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 Post subject: Re: SA Schoolboy Rugby
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Kearsney Easter Festival

Day 1 (18 April)
Kearsney vs Pretoria Boys’ (9:30am)
Framesby vs Welkom Gim (10:45am)
Selborne vs Noord Kaap (12pm)
HTS Middelburg vs HTS Drostdy (13:15pm)
Glenwood vs EG Jansen (14:30pm)
DHS vs Transvalia (15:45pm)

Day 2 (20 April)
Noord Kaap vs HTS Middelburg (9:30am)
Transvalia vs Pretoria Boys’ (10:45am)
Kearsney vs Framesby (12pm)
Welkom Gim vs HTS Drostdy (1:15pm)
DHS vs EG Jansen (2:30pm)
Selborne vs Glenwood (3:45pm)

Day 3 (22 April)
Noord Kaap vs EG Jansen (9:30am)
HTS Middelburg vs Pretoria Boys’ (10:45am)
Selborne vs Framesby (12pm)
DHS vs HTS Drostdy (1:15pm)
Glenwood vs Transvalia (2:30pm)
Kearsney vs Welkom Gim (3:45pm)


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 Post subject: Re: SA Schoolboy Rugby
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Paul Roos miss out on the tournaments , they play in the Sannix tournament in Japan.


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 Post subject: Re: SA Schoolboy Rugby
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OomPB wrote:
Lemoentjie wrote:
From earlier article:

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He recalled a time when he was sent off the rugby field in tears when Visagie taunted him over what his late father would have thought of his performance.


Sounds like there was something rotten at Boishaai :thumbdown:

Boishaai is in die kak omdat die laaities nog pakslae kry met n rottang. Die ouers teken daarvoor.

Ek het op my dae amper daagliks op my moer gekry met n rottang. 6 vir skelm rook, so vokken what?


Oom is reg maar wat Visagie oor die seuntjies se dood Pa gese het is nie reg nie. Ek het ook pakslae gekry toe ek op skool was, dit was nie die einde van die wereld nie.


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 Post subject: Re: SA Schoolboy Rugby
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maar wat Visagie oor die seuntjies se dood Pa gese het is nie reg nie.


link , ek het daai gemis. :blush:


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 Post subject: Re: SA Schoolboy Rugby
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Lemoentjie wrote:
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He recalled a time when he was sent off the rugby field in tears when Visagie taunted him over what his late father would have thought of his performance.


Sounds like there was something rotten at Boishaai :thumbdown:


^^Hier. Met die link: https://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News ... s-20190312


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 Post subject: Re: SA Schoolboy Rugby
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He recalled a time when he was sent off the rugby field in tears when Visagie taunted him over what his late father would have thought of his performance.


Come on Lemoentjie, you need to understand that most pupils at Boishaai, oupa grootjies also were there. Its in their culture and blood. Richard surely know his dad well and if the kid piss in his pants about this, he need to vokken grow up.


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 Post subject: Re: SA Schoolboy Rugby
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OomPB wrote:
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He recalled a time when he was sent off the rugby field in tears when Visagie taunted him over what his late father would have thought of his performance.


Come on Lemoentjie, you need to understand that most pupils at Boishaai, oupa grootjies also were there. Its in their culture and blood. Richard surely know his dad well and if the kid piss in his pants about this, he need to vokken grow up.

You are a fokken idiot


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 Post subject: Re: SA Schoolboy Rugby
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Big Nipper wrote:
OomPB wrote:
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He recalled a time when he was sent off the rugby field in tears when Visagie taunted him over what his late father would have thought of his performance.


Come on Lemoentjie, you need to understand that most pupils at Boishaai, oupa grootjies also were there. Its in their culture and blood. Richard surely know his dad well and if the kid piss in his pants about this, he need to vokken grow up.

You are a fokken idiot

Is this the reason why you end up at Grey High living in Bloemfontein? Grey College to close?


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 Post subject: Re: SA Schoolboy Rugby
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It's not toughening up, it's mentally torturing a child.


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 Post subject: Re: SA Schoolboy Rugby
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Lemoentjie wrote:
It's not toughening up, it's mentally torturing a child.

Nowadays they want kids to challenge everything. They are suppose to be much more stronger mentally. As soon as the going gets tough, they vokken run to social media and newspapers.


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 Post subject: Re: SA Schoolboy Rugby
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OomPB wrote:
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It's not toughening up, it's mentally torturing a child.

Nowadays they want kids to challenge everything. They are suppose to be much more stronger mentally. As soon as the going gets tough, they vokken run to social media and newspapers.

Jy is n fokken idioot


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 Post subject: Re: SA Schoolboy Rugby
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Big Nipper wrote:
OomPB wrote:
Lemoentjie wrote:
It's not toughening up, it's mentally torturing a child.

Nowadays they want kids to challenge everything. They are suppose to be much more stronger mentally. As soon as the going gets tough, they vokken run to social media and newspapers.

Jy is n fokken idioot

Jy lei aan stingel koors.


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 Post subject: Re: SA Schoolboy Rugby
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Lemoentjie wrote:
OomPB wrote:
Lemoentjie wrote:
From earlier article:

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He recalled a time when he was sent off the rugby field in tears when Visagie taunted him over what his late father would have thought of his performance.


Sounds like there was something rotten at Boishaai :thumbdown:

Boishaai is in die kak omdat die laaities nog pakslae kry met n rottang. Die ouers teken daarvoor.

Ek het op my dae amper daagliks op my moer gekry met n rottang. 6 vir skelm rook, so vokken what?


Oom is reg maar wat Visagie oor die seuntjies se dood Pa gese het is nie reg nie. Ek het ook pakslae gekry toe ek op skool was, dit was nie die einde van die wereld nie.

That's sick if true. Paying that much money for school fees and that's how they treat scholars?


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That's sick if true. Paying that much money for school fees and that's how they treat scholars?

Jy is n vokken idioot. :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: SA Schoolboy Rugby
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OomPB wrote:
Lemoentjie wrote:
It's not toughening up, it's mentally torturing a child.

Nowadays they want kids to challenge everything. They are suppose to be much more stronger mentally. As soon as the going gets tough, they vokken run to social media and newspapers.


There's a difference between mental toughness and bullying a child. If he said 'jy't kak gespeel, jy's uit die span' and he went crying then I'd agree with you. But mocking about a child's recently dead father isn't even just an 'back in my day' thing, it is horrible behaviour that has never been tolerated in any society.


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 Post subject: Re: SA Schoolboy Rugby
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OomPB wrote:
handyman wrote:
That's sick if true. Paying that much money for school fees and that's how they treat scholars?

Jy is n vokken idioot. :lol:

Al weer terug op jou ou laai van beledig as jy nie 'n punt kan argumenteer nie. Kinders verskil, jy kan nie almal presies dieselfde hanteer nie. Mens sou hoop onderwysers van 'n "spogskool" soos die sou dit weet.


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 Post subject: Re: SA Schoolboy Rugby
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Lemoentjie wrote:
OomPB wrote:
Lemoentjie wrote:
It's not toughening up, it's mentally torturing a child.

Nowadays they want kids to challenge everything. They are suppose to be much more stronger mentally. As soon as the going gets tough, they vokken run to social media and newspapers.


There's a difference between mental toughness and bullying a child. If he said 'jy't kak gespeel, jy's uit die span' and he went crying then I'd agree with you. But mocking about a child's recently dead father isn't even just an 'back in my day' thing, it is horrible behaviour that has never been tolerated in any society.

OomPB is missing the point spectacularly. Condoning the teacher's actions is madness.


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 Post subject: Re: SA Schoolboy Rugby
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handyman wrote:
Lemoentjie wrote:
OomPB wrote:
Lemoentjie wrote:
It's not toughening up, it's mentally torturing a child.

Nowadays they want kids to challenge everything. They are suppose to be much more stronger mentally. As soon as the going gets tough, they vokken run to social media and newspapers.


There's a difference between mental toughness and bullying a child. If he said 'jy't kak gespeel, jy's uit die span' and he went crying then I'd agree with you. But mocking about a child's recently dead father isn't even just an 'back in my day' thing, it is horrible behaviour that has never been tolerated in any society.

OomPB is missing the point spectacularly. Condoning the teacher's actions is madness.

Its a rugby coach idiot.


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 Post subject: Re: SA Schoolboy Rugby
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OomPB wrote:
handyman wrote:
Lemoentjie wrote:
OomPB wrote:
Lemoentjie wrote:
It's not toughening up, it's mentally torturing a child.

Nowadays they want kids to challenge everything. They are suppose to be much more stronger mentally. As soon as the going gets tough, they vokken run to social media and newspapers.


There's a difference between mental toughness and bullying a child. If he said 'jy't kak gespeel, jy's uit die span' and he went crying then I'd agree with you. But mocking about a child's recently dead father isn't even just an 'back in my day' thing, it is horrible behaviour that has never been tolerated in any society.

OomPB is missing the point spectacularly. Condoning the teacher's actions is madness.

Its a rugby coach idiot.

Finally something we agree on, I also think he is a rugby coach idiot.


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 Post subject: Re: SA Schoolboy Rugby
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Finally something we agree on, I also think he is a rugby coach idiot.

He is the father of the new Springbok prop factory.

Players like Frans Malherbe, Thomas du Toit, Guthro Steenkamp learned their prop trade from him. Wuim Basson and Corne Krige played under him as coach.

Only a idiot like yourself wont recognized a class schoolboy rugby coach.


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 Post subject: Re: SA Schoolboy Rugby
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OomPB wrote:
handyman wrote:
Finally something we agree on, I also think he is a rugby coach idiot.

He is the father of the new Springbok prop factory.

Players like Frans Malherbe, Thomas du Toit, Guthro Steenkamp learned their prop trade from him. Wuim Basson and Corne Krige played under him as coach.

Only a idiot like yourself wont recognized a class schoolboy rugby coach.

Good players play for sh1t coaches in a lot of teams, not sure what your point is? Not sure why a coach have to humiliate a player on a personal level in front of his mates. If true, then the coach is in plain afrikaans gemors.

Loving the insults, keep them coming.


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OomPB wrote:
He is the father of the new Springbok prop factory.

Players like Frans Malherbe

:lol:

Was he an absent father?


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ox wagon wrote:
OomPB wrote:
He is the father of the new Springbok prop factory.

Players like Frans Malherbe

:lol:

Was he an absent father?


:lol:


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Sandstorm wrote:
ox wagon wrote:
OomPB wrote:
He is the father of the new Springbok prop factory.

Players like Frans Malherbe

:lol:

Was he an absent father?


:lol:

:lol: Made up with Thomas. ;)

Richard played prop for Boland, lives in Wellington.


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ox wagon wrote:
OomPB wrote:
He is the father of the new Springbok prop factory.

Players like Frans Malherbe

:lol:

Was he an absent father?


:lol: :lol:


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St Stithians Easter Festival

Day 1 (18 April)
King David vs Michaelhouse 2nd/3rd XV (09:45)
SACS vs Kingswood (11:00)
Maritzburg vs Parktown Boys’ (12:15)
St Stithians vs Prince Edward (13:30)
St Andrew’s vs Rondebosch (14:45)
Michaelhouse vs Grey High (16:00)

Day 2 (20 April)
St Stithians 2nd/3rd XV vs Michaelhouse 2nd/3rd XV (09:45)
Prince Edward vs Parktown Boys’ (11:00)
Rondebosch vs Grey High (12:15)
Kingswood vs Maritzburg (13:30)
St Andrew’s vs Michaelhouse (14:45)
St Stithians vs SACS (16:30)

Day 3 (22 April)
St Stithians 2nd/3rd vs King David (08:00)
Kingswood vs Trinityhouse (09:15)
Rondebosch vs Northcliff (10:30)
Prince Edward vs SACS (11:45)
St Andrew’s vs Parktown (13:00)
St Stithians vs Michaelhouse (14:15)


Matches will be streamed live on SSL You Tube


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St John’s Easter Festival

Day 1 (18 April)
NSW Combined Schools vs St Alban’s (11:30am)
Windhoek Gim vs Graeme College (12.40pm)
Paarl Boys’ vs Golden Lions XV (1:50pm)
St Charles vs Daniel Pienaar (3pm)
Nelspruit vs St David’s (4:10pm)
Helpmekaar vs Stellenberg (6:10pm)
St John’s vs Noordheuwel (7:20pm)

Day 2 (20 April)
St David’s vs Golden Lions XV (8:15am)
St Charles vs Graeme (9:25am)
Noordheuwel vs NSW Combined Schools (10:35am)
St Alban’s vs Helpmekaar (11:45am)
Stellenberg vs Nelspruit (2pm)
St John’s vs Daniel Pienaar (3:10pm)
Paarl Boys’ vs Windhoek Gim (4:20pm)

Day 3 (22 April)
St Charles vs Noordheuwel (8:30am)
Stellenberg vs Golden Lions XV (9:40am)
St David’s vs Graeme College (10:50am)
Windhoek Gim vs Helpmekaar (12pm)
St Alban’s vs Daniel Pienaar (2pm)
St John’s vs NSW Combined Schools (3:10pm)
Nelspruit vs Paarl Boys’ (4:20pm)


Matches will be streamed live on SSL You tube


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St Stithians Easter Festival

Grey PE vs Michaelhouse, 43-7
King David Linksfield vs Michaelhouse XV, 25-15
Kingswood vs Trinityhouse, 31-0
Maritzburg College vs Kingswood College, 38-7
Maritzburg College vs Parktown, 31-5
Michaelhouse vs St Stithians, 22-20
Prince Edward (Zimbabwe) vs Parktown, 28-19
Rondebosch vs Grey PE, 18-17
Rondebosch vs Northcliff, 38-5
Rondebosch vs St Andrew’s College, 17-10
SACS vs Kingswood, 20-10
SACS vs Prince Edward (Zimbabwe), 34-14
St Andrew’s College vs Michaelhouse, 28-
St Andrew’s College vs Parktown, 68-019
St Stithians vs Prince Edward (Zimbabwe), 48-12

St John’s Easter Festival

Daniël Pienaar vs Graeme, 15-7
Golden Lions President’s XV vs St David’s Marist Inanda vs Lions XV, 19-12
Graeme vs St Charles, 19-10
Helpmekaar vs St Alban’s, 33-19
Helpmekaar vs Stellenberg, 10-8
Nelspruit vs St David’s Marist Inanda, 25-7
New South Wales Combined High Schools vs Noordheuwel, 38-19
New South Wales Combined High Schools vs St Alban’s, 22-7
Paarl Boys’ High vs Nelspruit, 40-0
Paarl Boys’ High vs Lions XV, 66-7
Paarl Boys’ High vs Windhoek Gym, 64-0
St Charles vs Daniël Pienaar, 22-0
St John’s vs Noordheuwel, 17-7
Stellenberg vs Nelspruit, 13-5
Windhoek Gym vs Graeme, 37-24

KES Easter Festival

Ben Vorster vs Dale, 49-46
Ben Vorster vs Florida, 43-13
Eldoraigne vs Nico Malan, 33-6
KES vs Hentie Cilliers, 36-15
Marais Viljoen vs Marlow, 33-4
Marlow vs Eldoraigne, 33-31
Northwood vs Hentie Cilliers, 66-0
Northwood vs Queen’s College, 31-7
Waterkloof vs Hudson Park, 36-25
Westville vs Nico Malan, 34-0
Westville vs Queen’s College, 50-12
Wynberg vs Hudson Park, 37-0

Kearsney Easter Festival

Dr EG Jansen vs DHS, 39-12
Framesby vs Kearsney College, 26-21
Framesby vs Welkom Gimnasium, 25-25
Glenwood vs Dr EG Jansen, 27-26
Glenwood vs Transvalia, 38-7
HTS Drostdy vs DHS, 27-19
HTS Middelburg vs HTS Drostdy, 19-14
HTS Middelburg vs Pretoria Boys High, 32-27
Noord-Kaap vs Dr EG Jansen, 24-21
Noord-Kaap vs HTS Middelburg, 27-21
Pretoria Boys High vs Kearsney, 27-11
Pretoria Boys High vs Transvalia, 22-17
Selborne vs Framesby, 20-14
Selborne vs Noord-Kaap, 29-10
Transvalia vs DHS, 34-12
Welkom Gimnasium vs HTS Drostdy, 32-16
Welkom Gimnasium vs Kearsney, 21-8

Krugersdorp High School Easter Festival

CBC Bulawayo (Zimbabwe) vs Roodepoort 12-6
Dundee vs Krugersdorp High School, 21-7
Dundee vs Petra High (Zimbabwe), 42-5
Kagiso Stingers vs CBC Bulawayo (Zimbabwe), 19-17
Kagiso Stingers vs Roodepoort 13-3
Monnas Kwaggas vs Randburg 24-7
Randburg vs Dundee 28-10
Randburg vs Eye Of The Tiger, 19-14
Roodepoort vs Petra High (Zimbabwe), 28-19

St Dunstan’s College Easter Festival

Centurion vs Hellenic Academy. 72-7
De La Salle Holy Cross vs HTS Tuine, 29-19
HeronBridge vs De La Salle Holy Crtoss, 76-7
HeronBridge vs St Dunstan’s, 48-0
Reddam Bedfordview vs HTS Tuine, 32-5
Reddam Bedfordview vs Stanford Lake, 33-26
St Benedict’s 2nd XV vs St Peter’s, 14-10
St Benedict’s vs Falcon College (Zimbabwe), 17-15
St John’s (Zimbabwe) vs Springs Boys’ High, 36-28


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He is the father of the new Springbok prop factory.

Players like Frans Malherbe

:lol:

Was he an absent father?

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Schools Results, 20 April 2019


Eastern Cape

Ben Vorster vs Dale, 49-46
Eldoraigne vs Nico Malan, 33-6
Framesby vs Kearsney College, 26-21
Framesby vs Welkom Gimnasium, 25-25
Graeme vs St Charles, 19-10
Grey PE vs Michaelhouse, 43-7
Lilyfontein vs Cambridge, 58-21
Marais Viljoen vs Marlow, 33-4
Maritzburg College vs Kingswood College, 38-7
Marlow vs Eldoraigne, 33-31
Northwood vs Queen’s College, 31-7
Rondebosch vs Grey PE, 18-17
Rondebosch vs St Andrew’s College, 17-10
SACS vs Kingswood, 20-10
Selborne vs Noord-Kaap, 29-10
St Andrew’s College vs Michaelhouse, 28-19
St Charles vs Daniël Pienaar, 22-0
Waterkloof vs Hudson Park, 36-25
Westville vs Nico Malan, 34-0
Westville vs Queen’s College, 50-12
Windhoek Gym vs Graeme, 37-24
Wynberg vs Hudson Park, 37-0

Free State/Griqualand West

Framesby vs Welkom Gimnasium, 25-25
KES vs Hentie Cilliers, 36-15
Louis Botha vs Sentraal, 33-17
Noord-Kaap vs HTS Middelburg, 27-21
Northwood vs Hentie Cilliers, 66-0
Selborne vs Noord-Kaap, 29-10
Welkom Gimnasium vs HTS Drostdy, 32-16
Witteberg vs Fichardtpark, 31-24

KwaZulu-Natal

Clifton vs Ridge School, 19-10
Dr EG Jansen vs DHS, 39-12
Dundee vs Krugersdorp High School, 21-7
Framesby vs Kearsney College, 26-21
Glenwood vs Dr EG Jansen, 27-26
Graeme vs St Charles, 19-10
Grey PE vs Michaelhouse, 43-7
Maritzburg College vs Kingswood College, 38-7
Maritzburg College vs Parktown, 31-5
Northwood vs Hentie Cilliers, 66-0
Northwood vs Queen’s College, 31-7
Pretoria Boys High vs Kearsney, 27-11
St Andrew’s College vs Michaelhouse, 28-19
St Charles vs Daniël Pienaar, 22-0
Transvalia vs DHS, 34-12
Westville vs Nico Malan, 34-0
Westville vs Queen’s College, 50-12

Northvaal

Ben Vorster vs Dale, 49-46
Ben Vorster vs Florida, 43-13
Centurion vs Hellenic Academy (Zimbabwe), 72-7
Clifton vs Ridge School, 19-10
Cornwall Hill vs Glenwood House, 24-17
De La Salle Holy Cross vs HTS Tuine, 29-19
Dr EG Jansen vs DHS, 39-12
Dundee vs Krugersdorp High School, 21-7
Eldoraigne vs Nico Malan, 33-6
Glenwood vs Dr EG Jansen, 27-26
Golden Lions President’s XV vs St David’s Marist Inanda vs Lions XV, 19-12
HTS Middelburg vs HTS Drostdy, 19-14
HTS Tuine vs Reddam Bedfordview, 32-5
HTS Witbank vs Rob Ferreira, 33-19
Helpmekaar vs St Alban’s, 33-19
Helpmekaar vs Stellenberg, 10-8
HeronBridge vs De La Salle, 76-7
HeronBridge vs St Dunstan’s, 48-0
KES vs Hentie Cilliers, 36-15
King David’s Linksfield 1st XV vs Michaelhouse XV, 25-15
Ligbron vs Ermelo, 14-5
Lydenburg vs Cornwall Hill, 42-7
Lydenburg vs Uplands, 53-10
Marais Viljoen vs Marlow, 33-4
Maritzburg College vs Parktown, 31-5
Marlow vs Eldoraigne, 33-31
Nelspruit vs St David’s Marist Inanda, 25-7
New South Wales Combined High Schools vs Noordheuwel, 38-19
New South Wales Combined High Schools vs St Alban’s, 22-7
Noord-Kaap vs HTS Middelburg, 27-21
Oos-Moot vs Hts John Vorster, 38-8
Overkruin vs Midstream, 40-34
Overkruin vs Riebeeckrand, 40-19
Piet Retief vs Lydenburg, 27-5
Pretoria Boys High vs Kearsney, 27-11
Pretoria Boys High vs Transvalia, 22-17
Prince Edward (Zimbabwe) vs Parktown, 28-19
Randburg vs Eye Of The Tiger, 19-14
Reddam Bedfordview vs Stanford Lake, 33-26
Roodepoort vs Petra High (Zimbabwe), 28-19
St Benedict’s 2nd XV vs St Peters, 14-10
St Benedict’s vs Falcon College (Zimbabwe), 17-15
St John’s (Zimbabwe) vs Springs Boys’ High, 36-28
St John’s vs Noordheuwel, 17-7
St Stithians vs Prince Edward (Zimbabwe), 48-12
Stellenberg vs Nelspruit, 13-5
Sutherland vs Wonderboom, 20-5
Transvalia vs DHS, 34-12
Waterkloof vs Hudson Park, 36-25

Western Cape

Ashton Secondary vs Breërivier, 26-0
HTS Middelburg vs HTS Drostdy, 19-14
Helpmekaar vs Stellenberg, 10-8
Hermanus vs Groenberg, 52-10
Klein Nederburg vs Kylemore, 52-15
Knysna vs Van Kerwel, 16-10
Labori vs Wellington Secondary, 36-26
Montana vs Goudini, 31-10
New Orleans vs Bergrivier, 38-7
Overberg vs Hawston, 51-18
Paarl Boys’ High vs Lions XV, 66-7
Paarl Boys’ High vs Windhoek Gym, 64-0
Robertson vs Bonnievale, 33-29
Rondebosch vs Grey PE, 18-17
Rondebosch vs St Andrew’s College, 17-10
SACS vs Kingswood, 20-10
Strand vs DF Malan, 20-12
Welkom Gimnasium vs HTS Drostdy, 32-16
Wynberg vs Hudson Park, 37-0


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Paul Roos won Sannix, beating NZ St Peter's College 52-5 in the final


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OomPB wrote:
Paul Roos won Sannix, beating NZ St Peter's College 52-5 in the final


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=C79JVTU8YYM#fauxfullscreen

Very comfortable. Score line flattered the Kiwis if anything. Awful discipline from them too.


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OomPB wrote:
Paul Roos won Sannix, beating NZ St Peter's College 52-5 in the final


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=C79JVTU8YYM#fauxfullscreen

Very comfortable. Score line flattered the Kiwis if anything. Awful discipline from them too.

Last time Paul Roos won Sannix they came back and got moerse hiding from both Paarl schools.


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Paul Roos produce some great flyhalfs over the last few years. This year's 10 played 15 for WP and is also a real talent. His place kicking and ball skills are outstanding


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Paul Roos produce some great flyhalfs over the last few years. This year's 10 played 15 for WP and is also a real talent. His place kicking and ball skills are outstanding


He has great footwork too. Blew one try by being selfish after creating a 2 on 1.


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Day 1 (May 3) Results

Framesby 29 Menlopark 21
Welkom Gim 20 Waterkloof 39
Oakdale 14 Garsfontein 31
Transvalia 7 Paarl Gim 73
Monument 42 Boland Landbou 33
Grey College 64 Outeniqua 7
Paarl Boys’ High 55 Glenwood 7
Affies 38 Drostdy 22
Noord-Kaap 34 Helpmekaar 33

Day 2 Results

Boland Landbou 59 Transvalia 15
Monument 28 HTS Drostdy 20
Framesby 18 Helpmekaar 17
Stellenberg 43 Welkom Gim 26
Menlo Park 32 Oakdale 10
Garsfontein 39 Glenwood 24
Paarl Boys’ High 39 Affies 12
Grey College 47 Paarl Gim 33
Outeniqua 50 Noord-Kaap 7
Waterkloof 38 Diamantveld 5


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King Edward 949) – Tries: Connor van Buuren (2), Josh Nkomo, Wayne van Niekerk (2), Nick Harris, Eulon Redcliffe. Penalties – Conan Davies (2). Conversions: Davies (3), Redcliffe.
Jeppe (31) – Tries: Sibu Shingwe, Gerath Louw, Tsoane Tiro, Calvin Kuperus, Jarred Hawthorne. Conversions: Tiro (3).

SACS (21) – Tries: Duran Koevort (2), Nic Boden. Conversions: Matthew Hayes (3).
Bishops (39) – Tries: Joe Kirsten, Isaiah Wharton (2), Keegan Blanckenburg, Mike Ford. Conversions: Matt Lennett (4). Penalties: Lennett (2).


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Great win by Grey College. Paarl Gym had high hopes beating them.


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Great win by Grey College. Paarl Gym had high hopes beating them.

https://www.facebook.com/digitvSA/video ... 5648/?t=13


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