SA Schools 2018 v France, Wales, England

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OomPB wrote:
Brumby_in_Vic wrote:Ouch. France really stepping up their under age this year good to see. Wait till the dunderheads coaching Top 14 ruin them with headless chook mixed with bosh Rugby.
Their development of their PoCs is something to admire. We can learn from them.
Where to begin with that post....

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Big Nipper wrote:
OomPB wrote:
Brumby_in_Vic wrote:Ouch. France really stepping up their under age this year good to see. Wait till the dunderheads coaching Top 14 ruin them with headless chook mixed with bosh Rugby.
Their development of their PoCs is something to admire. We can learn from them.
Where to begin with that post....

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:lol: Its a tricky one. There are some great athletes in the French team. Look like they copied their soccer rescue plan.
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Laurent wrote:
Brumby_in_Vic wrote:Ouch. France really stepping up their under age this year good to see. Wait till the dunderheads coaching Top 14 ruin them with headless chook mixed with bosh Rugby.
FYI they are all in top 14 and Pro D2 Clubs (so were the U 20).

There has been a good bit of change at that level

also a lot of the kids head for D2 on loans to get game time rather than sit on their hands.The espoir championship is a bit too tame.
I know but they are still at school and run it to walls in a Top 14 game yet.
Their development of their PoCs is something to admire. We can learn from them.
Well the majority of them that migrated first arrived in France before they leave primary school. I do admire the French for getting them in to Rugby.
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France u18 is giving SA A Schools a rugby lesson. 43-19.
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Pumas vs England now
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Pumas 24-14 England after 55 mins
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Results, Round 1

France Under-18 vs South African Schools A, 43-19
Argentina Under-18 vs England Under-18, 29-19
South African Schools vs Wales Under-18, 23-13
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Day 2 moves to my stoep, Paarl Gym

England vs France
England Under-18: 15 Oliver Melville (Sedbergh School & Sale Sharks), 14 Oscar Beard (Cranleigh School & Harlequins), 13 Will Joseph (Millfield School & London Irish), 12 Ethan Grayson (Northampton School for Boys & Northampton Saints), 11 Michael Dykes (St Paul’s College & London Irish), 10 Charlie Atkinson (Abingdon School & Wasps), 9 Sam Bryan (Felsted School & Saracens), 8 Will Trenholm (Cranleigh School & Harlequins), 7 Harry Taylor (Clifton College Gloucester), 6 Emeka Ilione (Rugby School & Leicester Tigers), 5 Ethan Staddon (Beechen Cliff School & Bath), 4 Freddie Thomas (Dean Close School & Gloucester), 3 Joe Keohane (St Paul’s College & London Irish), 2 John Stewart (Beechen Cliff School & Bath), 1 Tarek Haffar (St Paul’s College & London Irish)
Replacements: 16 Archie Vanes (Brooksby Melton College & Leicester Tigers), 17 Phil Brantingham (RGS Newcastle & Newcastle Falcons), 18 Fin Baxter (Wellington College & Harlequins), 19 Ewan Richards (Millfield School & Bath), 20 Kit Smith (Oakham School Leicester Tigers), 21 Daniel Eckersley (Bloxham School Wasps), 22 Sam Edwards (Brooksby Melton College Leicester Tigers), 23 Orlando Bailey (Beechen Cliff School Bath), 24 Louis Hillman-Cooper (Cheltenham College Gloucester), 25 Alex Harmes (St Paul’s College & London Irish), 26 Matthew Ward (Gosforth Academy& Newcastle Falcons)

Referee: Griffin Colby (South Africa)

France: 15 Mathéo Garcia, 14 Éric Boussard, 13 Logan Tabet, 12 Léo Barré, 11 Benjamin Descamps, 10 Louis Foursans Bourdette, 9 Nolann Le Garrec (captain), 8 Théo Ntamack, 7 Maxime Baudonne, 6 Baptiste Prcanovic, 5 Louis Descoux, 4 Mathéo Desjeux, 3 Thomas Cretu, 2 Victor Montgaillard, 1 Pierre-Emmanuel Pacheco
Replacements: 16 Thomas Moukoro, 17 Sacha Idoumi, 18 Benjamin Boudou, 19 Noah Kanika, 20 Wesley Lindor, 21 Kilian Tixeront, 22 Mahamadou Coulibaly, 23 Paul Jambon, 24 Ethan Randle, 25 Philippe Savelli, 26 Enzo Lanzutti, 27 Jessy Maizier, 28 Thomas Kolokilagi

Referee: Griffin Colby (South Africa)
Assistant referees: Adam Jones (Wales), Local
Television match official: Joey Klaaste-Salmans (South Africa)
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SA Schools: 15 Zeilinga Strydom (Garsfontein & Blue Bulls), 14 Mntungwa Mapantsela (Selborne & Border), 13 Henco van Wyk (Monument & Golden Lions), 12 Tyler Bocks (Paarl Boys’ High & Western Province), 11 Tharquinn Manuel (Stellenberg & Western Province), 10 Kian Meadon (Paarl Boys’ High & Western Province), 9 Dylan Alexander (Paarl Gimnasium & Western Province), 8 George Cronje (Grey College & Free State Cheetahs), 7 Jarrod Taylor (Selborne & Border), 6 Siyemukela Ndlovu (Northwood & Sharks), 5 Dylan de Leeuw (Paul Roos Gymnasium & Western Province), 4 Connor Evans (Bishops & Western Province), 3 Sibusiso Shongwe (Jeppe & Golden Lions), 2 Jacques Goosen (–Selborne & Border) (captain), 1 Jan-Hendrik Wessels (Grey College & Free State Cheetahs)
Replacements: 16 Andre-Hugo Venter (Grey College & Free State Cheetahs), 17 Okuhle Siyeni (Westville & Sharks), 18 Blaine Golden (Glenwood & Sharks), 19 Wandile Hlope (Maritzburg College & Sharks), 20 Keketso Morabe (Welkom Gymnasium & Griffons), 21 Keane Galant (Drostdy & Boland), 22 Boldwin Hansen (Hermanus & Boland), 23 Jurich Claasens (Garsfontein & Blue Bulls), 24 Quan Horn (Paarl Boys’ High & Western Province), 25 Gideon van Wyk (Paarl Boys’ High & Western Province), 26 Simon Miller (St Alban’s & Blue Bulls)

Referee: Manuel Bottino (Italy)

SA A vs Wales
SA Schools A: 15 Jacques Rossouw (Paarl Boys’ High & Western Province), 14 Sonwabo Sokoyi (Grey College & Free State Cheetahs), 13 Tiaan Pretorius (Paul Roos Gymnasium & Western Province), 12 AJ Johnson (Garsfontein & Blue Bulls), 11 Sibusiso Javu (Selborne & Border), 10 Sihlalo Benge (Queen’s College & Border), 9 Kabelo Mokheti (Jeppe & Golden Lions), 8 Jarod Cairns (Paul Roos Gymnasium & Western Province)(captain), 7 Izan Esterhuizen (Monument & Golden Lions), 6 Pierich Siebert (Paarl Gimnasium & Western Province), 5 Corné Rahl (Oakdale & South Western Districts), 4 Raynard Roets (Garsfontein & Blue Bulls), 3 Philip Masango (Wynberg & Western Province), 2 Teague Loelly (Westville & Sharks), 1 Dima Lebelo (Waterkloof & Blue Bulls)
Replacements: 16 Lukhanyo Vokozela (Rondebosch & Western Province), 17 Rynhardt Rijnsburger (Paarl Boys’ High & Western Province), 18 Gerhard van der Merwe (Garsfontein & Blue Bulls), 19 Marco van Rhyn (Paarl Gimnasium & Western Province), 20 Sisonke Vumazonke (Grey College & Free State Cheetahs), 21 Daimon O’Connell (Selborne & Border), 22 Joseph Iye (KES & Golden Lions), 23 Indiphile Tyeda (Dale & Border), 24 Renzo du Plessis (Ben Vorster & Limpopo), 25 Josh van Vreden (Selborne & Border), 26 Nsuku Baloyi (Menlopark & Blue Bulls)

Wales Under-18: 15 Jake Morgan (Lewis Pengam & Dragons), 14 Mason Grady (Glantaf & Cardiff Blues), 13 Bradley Roderick (Port Talbot CollegeOspreys Neath), 12 Tom Mathews (Hartpury College & Northampton), 11 Dan John (Millfield), 10 Ben Burnell (Coleg y Cymoedd & Cardiff Blues), 9 Luke Davies ( & ScarletsColeg Sir Gar), 8 Rhys Thomas (Port Talbot College & OspreysNeath), 7 Ollie Howard (Tredegar & Dragons), 6 Travis Huntley (Bridgend College & Ospreys), 5 Ben Carter (Caldicot & Dragons) (captain), 4 Christ Tshiunza (Whitchurch HS & Exeter), 3 Lewys Jones (Ysgol Gyfun Ystalyfera & Ospreys), 2 Rhodri King (Coleg Sir Gar & Scarlets), 1 Theo Bevacqua (Eastbourne College & Harlequins)
Replacements: 16 Oliver Burrows (Millfield & Ospreys), 17 Kieran Stevens (Bridgend College & Ospreys), 18 Archie Griffin (Marlborough & Bath), 19 James Fender (Port Talbot College & Ospreys Neath), 20 Peter Vickers (Newcastle-Under-Lyme & Wasps), 21 Alex Mann (Coleg y Cymoedd & Cardiff Blues), 22 Joe Hawkins (Port Talbot College & OspreysN eath), 23 Ethan Lloyd (Ysgol Cwm Rhondda & Cardiff Blues), 24 Carrick McDonough (Cross Keys College & Dragons), 25 Jake Thomas (Cowbridge HS & Cardiff Blues), 26 Morgan Richards (Newport High School & Dragons)

Referee: Paul Mente (South Africa)
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Is there any way to watch these games outside of SA? Seems like nobody else is showing these games.
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bok_viking wrote:Is there any way to watch these games outside of SA? Seems like nobody else is showing these games.
Its on SS, maybe youtube afterwards.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5smDRwtl_qg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyD65iLZru0
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In the past they used to show it live on youtube. But does not seem to be the case this year.

Unfortunately im sitting in China, so no SS for me.
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bok_viking wrote:In the past they used to show it live on youtube. But does not seem to be the case this year.

Unfortunately im sitting in China, so no SS for me.
Where in China Boet? I love the east.
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OomPB wrote:
bok_viking wrote:In the past they used to show it live on youtube. But does not seem to be the case this year.

Unfortunately im sitting in China, so no SS for me.
Where in China Boet? I love the east.
In Shenzhen and Hong Kong mostly. But do travel quite a bit around the country visiting factories, etc.
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Results, Round 2
SA Schools A vs Wales, 31-31
SA Schools vs Argentina Under-18, 48-14
England Under-18 vs France, 29-25

Results, Round 1
France Under-18 vs South African Schools A, 43-19
Argentina Under-18 vs England Under-18, 29-19
South African Schools vs Wales Under-18, 23-13

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Daar is n nuwe thread vir die toernooi jou fokken ou toppie
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Big Nipper wrote:Daar is n nuwe thread vir die toernooi jou fokken ou toppie
Sorry vokken pis kriek. :blush:
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