Craven Week

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Western Province 95 – 0 Eastern Province
WP – Tries: Nico Leonard (2), Jondré Williams, Damian Willemse, Manuel Ras (3), Ruden de Villiers (2), Khanya Ncusane, Ryan Muller, Tyreeq February (2), Leo Kruger. Conversions: Williams (7), John Lourens (4). Penalty: Williams.
EP – 0

SWD Eagles 24 – 19 KwaZulu-Natal
SWD – Tries: Imanuel Libbok, Bertie De Bod, JP Duvenhage, Darryle Kameel. Conversions: Libbok (2).
KZN – Tries: James Tedder, Bader Pretorius (2). Conversions: Tedder, Pretorius.

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Day 1 Results

Western Province 20 – 13 Blue Bulls
WP – Try: Nico Leonard. Penalties: Jondré Williams (5).
Bulls – Tries: Stedman Gans, Louis van der Schyff. Penalty: Andell Loubser.

Griffons 41 – 27 Free State
Griffons – Tries: Siya Ngxesha (2), Richman Gora, Marco Labuschagne, Christiaan Steyn, Gift Dlamini. Conversions: Luan James (4). Penalty: James.
FS – Tries: Dian Schoonees, Siyabonga Luwaca, Jabo Mtshatsheni (2). Conversions: Christiaan Schutte (2). Penalty: Schutte.

Boland 52 – 7 Limpopo Blue Bulls
Boland – Tries: Adriaan van der Bank (2), Barend van der Westhuizen, Earll Douwrie, Jacobus Abel, Rick Jordaan, Erik Groenewald (2). Conversions: Van der Bank (6).
Limpopo – Try: Sibusiso Mlangeni. Conversion: Wernich Kachelhoffer.

Namibia 38 – 14 Border CD
Namibia – Tries: Tobie van Zyl (2), Chad Plato (2), Brandon Groenewald, Tristan Mouton. Conversions: Cliven Loubser (4).
Border CD – Tries: Josh Amstrong, Migcobo Bovu. Conversions: Alrich Plaatjies (2).

Border 32 – 28 Pumas
Border – Tries: Heinrich Nieuwenhuizen (2), David Brits, Thaki Boloko, Daniel Froneman. Conversions: Josh Allderman (2). Penalty: Allderman.
Pumas – Tries: Mlondi Mnisi, Cyprian Nkomo, JC Pretorius. Conversions: Wessel Muller (2). Penalties: Muller (3).

Day 2 Results

Eastern Province 41 – 31 SWD Eagles
EP – Tries: Khewzi Mafu, Mohamed Connelly, Lubabalo Dobela, Riaan van Rensburg. Conversions: Curwin Bosch (3). Penalties: Bosch (2). Drop goals: Bosch (3).
SWD – Tries: Manie Libbok (2), Christo Hamman, Luvuyo Ndevu. Conversions: Libbok (4). Penalty: Manie Libbok.

KwaZulu-Natal 18 – 16 Golden Lions
KZN – Tries: Xolisa Guma. Mulalo Sadiki. Conversion: Bader Pretorius. Penalties: Pretorius (2).
Lions – Try: Tiaan van der Merwe. Conversion: Mthi Simelane. Penalties: Simelane (3).

Griquas Country Districts 17 – 12 Zimbabwe
Griquas CD – Tries: Dolf Zandberg, Wynand Terblanche, Dian Dry. Conversion: Adri du Plessis.
Zimbabwe – Tries: Ben Meredith, Tarisai Mapfumo. Conversion: Meredith.

Valke 43 – 27 Eastern Province CD
Valke – Tries: Xander Crause (2), Erich Cronje, Ntshepe Kokong, Dylan van der Walt, Marco Niemandt, Franklin Wagner. Conversions: Crause (4).
EP CD – Tries: Xolile Mdlokovana (2), Gevanhier Blom, Geoffrey Dakin. Conversions: Dakin (2). Penalty: Dakin.

Griquas 28 – 17 Leopards
Griquas – Tries: Rian Kotze, Janco Cloete (3). Conversions: Gerco Nortjie (4).
Leopards – Tries: Marthinus Vermeulen, Edmund Rheeder, Jacobus Dreyer. Conversion: Andre Kock.

Day 3 Results

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u13 Craven Week
29 June – 03 July
Hoërskool Rob Ferreira
White River, Pumas, Mpumalanga

DAY 1 – 29 June 2015

08:30 Griffons vs Border CD
08:30 Free State Cheetahs vs SWD Eagles
09:30 Griquas vs Namibia
09:30 Eastern Province vs Golden Lions
10:30 Blue Bulls vs Zimbabwe
10:30 Boland vs NW Leopards
11:30 Western Province vs Valke
12:30 Limpopo Blue Bulls vs Border
14:30 Pumas vs KwaZulu-Natal

u16 Grant Khomo Week
06 – 09 July
Bridgton Sports Grounds
Oudtshoorn, SWD, Western Cape

u18 Academy Week
06 – 10 July
Isak Steyl Stadium
Vanderbijlpark, Valke, Gauteng

u18 Craven Week
13 – 18 July
Markotter Fields, Paul Roos
Stellenbosch, WP, Western Cape

DAY 1 – 13 July 2015

08:30 Border CD vs Namibia
10:00 Boland vs Limpopo Blue Bulls
11:30 Border vs Pumas
13:00 Free State Cheetahs vs Griffons
15:30 Western Province vs Blue Bulls

DAY 2 – 14 July 2015

09:00 Griquas CD vs Zimbabwe
10:30 Valke vs Eastern Province CD
12:00 Griquas vs NW Leopards
13:30 KwaZulu-Natal vs Golden Lions
15:00 SWD Eagles vs Eastern Province

HTS Middelburg host the 51st edition of the world’s biggest school rugby tournament. Western Province, champions of the 2013 Craven Week in Polokwane play the hosting Pumas in the main match of the first day.

Day One – Monday 14 July

09h20 Limpopo Blue Bulls v Griquas CD
10h40 EP CD v Zimbabwe
12h00 Griffons v Border
13h20 SWD v KwaZulu-Natal
15h40 Pumas v Western Province

Day Two – Tuesday 15 July

10h10 Griquas v Border CD
11h30 Namibia v Leopards
12h50 Valke v Boland
14h10 Blue Bulls v Eastern Province
15h30 Golden Lions v Free State


Western Province defeated the Golden Lions 45-29 to win the final game of the 2013 Craven Week tournament.

All the results

08 July 2013
Griquas 17 vs 35 Zimbabwe
Border 38 vs 20 Namibia
Western Province 40 vs 24 Pumas
Blue Bulls 46 vs 22 KwaZulu-Natal
Limpopo Blue Bulls 26 vs 31 Boland

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All the results from the u18 Craven Week 2012

» Day 1 : 09 July 2012 (NMB Stadium, Port Elizabeth)

Leopards 36 – 27 Namibia
Boland 16 – 12 Griquas
Lions 26 – 14 Border
Free State 24 – 48 KZN
EP 41 – 17 Valke

» Day 2 : 10 July 2012 (NMB Stadium, Port Elizabeth)

WP 27 – 47 Blue Bulls
Pumas 48 – 24 Griffons
SWD 46 – 18 Limpopo
Griquas CD 27 – 28 EP CD
Zimbabwe 31 – 9 Border CD

» Day 3 : 11 July 2012 (NMB Stadium, Port Elizabeth)

Griquas 15 – 29 Namibia
Valke 38 – 5 Leopards
Free State 14 – 6 Border
EP 22 – 13 Boland
KZN 8 – 17 Lions

» Day 4 : 12 July 2012 (NMB Stadium, Port Elizabeth)

Griquas CD 38 – 5 Border CD
Limpopo 68 – 21 Zimbabwe
EP CD 28 – 33 Griffons
WP 39 – 33 SWD
Blue Bulls 36 – 10 Pumas

» Final Day : 14 July 2012 (NMB Stadium, Port Elizabeth)

SWD 20 – 10 Boland
WP 29 – 14 Pumas
EP 27 – 24 KZN

FINAL GAME: Blue Bulls 47 – 00 Lions

70 BB Con: Ryno Eksteen
69 BB Try: Steven Meiring
67 BB Pen: Ryno Eksteen
60 BB Try: Marquit Virgil September
55 BB Try: Jacobus Hayward
54 BB Con: Ryno Eksteen
53 BB Try: Rohan Janse van Rensburg
44 BB Try: Johannes Linde
35 BB Try: Sikhumbuzo Thabo Mabuza
14 BB Pen: Ryno Eksteen
09 BB Con: Ryno Eksteen
08 BB Try: Rohan Janse van Rensburg

» Final Day : 14 July 2012 (NMB Stadium B, Port Elizabeth)

09:10 Griffons 34 – 5 Griquas CD
10:40 Border 7 – 20 Limpopo
12:10 Valke 5 – 30 Free State

» Final Day : 14 July 2012 (NMB Stadium C, Port Elizabeth)

09:10 EP CD 0 – 0 Leopards
10:40 Namibia 28 – 7 Zimbabwe
12:10 Griquas vs Border CD

» u13 Coca-Cola Craven Week 2012

All the results from the u13 Coca-Cola Craven Week 2012

Congratulations to the following sides that went unbeaten:

– Griqualand West (beat Namibia, Border CD, Kwa-Zulu Natal, Falcons)
– Blue Bulls (beat Eastern Province, Border, SWD Eagles, Western Province)

» Day 1

Griqualand West 36 vs Namibia 0
Boland 15 vs Griffons 0
Falcons 18 vs KwaZulu Natal 3
NW Leopards 56 vs Zimbabwe 0
Blue Bulls 31 vs Eastern Province 6
Border 10 vs Golden Lions 8
Western Province 36 vs Pumas 5
Limpopo Blue Bulls 14 vs Border CD 12
SWD Eagles 15 vs Free State Cheetahs 10

» Day 2
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» u18 Academy Week 2012

All the results from the u18 Academy Week 2012

Congratulations to the following sides that went unbeaten:

– Western Province (beat Golden Lions, Free State, Blue Bulls)
– Pumas (beat Griffons CD, Border, KZN CD)
– Rooi Valke (beat SA LSEN, Griquas, Boland XV)

» Day 1

Limpopo 15 v Border 22
Blue Bulls 22 v EP 8
SWD 34 v KZN 19
WP 33 v Golden Lions 11
Boland 15 v Free State 28
Pumas 22 v Griffons CD 19
Griquas 49 v Namibia 24
Griquas CD 14 v Boland XV 28
KZN CD 53 v Leopards CD 10
EP CD 15 v Leopards 10
Rooi Valke 50 v SA LSEN 10
Pumas CD 15 v Griffons 34
Border CD 0 v Blou Valke 49

» Day 2
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WP U18 Craven Week squad – 15 Jason Worral (Paul Roos), 14 Dalen Goliath (Paul Roos), 13 Michael Hazner (Paul Roos), 12 Wesley Cupido (Paarl Gym), 11 G Hermanus (Paarl Gym), 10 Handre Pollard (Paarl Gym), 9 Pieter Schoonraad (Paarl Boys’), 8 Rikus Bothma (Paarl Gym), 7 Jacques Vermeulen (Paarl Gym), 6 Ramon Samuels (Paul Roos), 5 JD Schikerling (Paarl Gym), 4 Sebastian Ferreira (Paarl Boys’), 3 Liam Hendricks (Paarl Boys’), 2 Chad Solomon (Paul Roos), 1 M Nortje (Tygerberg).
Subs: 16 Craig Corbett (Paarl Boys’), 17 Wesley Adonis (Paarl Boys’), 18 Burger van Niekerk (Paarl Boys’), 19 Corne Cooper (Paarl Gym), 20 SP Ferreira (Paul Roos), 21 D Cox (Excelsior), 22 Keagan Gordon (Boland Landbou).

WP U18 Academy Week squad – 15 F Botha (Boland Landbou), 14 D Naude (Paarl Boys’), 13 A Sage (Wynberg), 12 L van Wyk (SACS), 11 B Geduld, 10 JL du Plessis (Paarl Boys’), 9 H Pretorius (Paarl Gym), 8 G Geldenhuys (Rondebosch), 7 L van der Smit (SACS), 6 J de Villiers (Boland Landbou), 5 G le Roux, 4 J Basson (Boland Landbou), 3 M van Tonder (Paarl Boys’), 2 A van Wyk (Boland Landbou), 1 T Allen (Bishops).
Subs: 16 N Gugela (Wynberg ), 17 O Regue (Paarl Gym), 18 H Botha (Paarl Gym), 19 L Williams (Tygerberg), 20 A Titus (Rondebosch), 21 H Share (Bishops College), 22 H Buhr (Boland Landbou).

Blue Bulls U18 Craven Week – 15 Jaco Hayward (Centurion), 14 Marcus Kleinbooi (Affies), 13 Jurie Linde (Affies), 12 Rohan Jansen van Rensburg (Waterkloof), 11 Caswell Khoza (Southdowns), 10 Ryno Eksteen (Affies), 9 Justin Phillips (Waterkloof), 8 Steven Meiring (Affies), 7 Heinrich Viljoen (Affies), 6 Thabo Mabuza (Centurion), 5 Janse van Rensburg (Affies), 4 Hyron Andrews (Garsfontein), 3 Johan Bannink (Garsfontein), 2 Vean Roodt (Centurion), 1 Pierre Schoeman (Affies)
Subs: 16 François Steyn (Affies), 17 Dayan van der Westhuizen (Centurion), 18 Johan Ras (Centurion), 19 Bobby de Wee (Southdowns), 20 George-Lee Erasmus (Centurion), 21 Chad McKay (Centurion), 22 Marquit September (Garsfontein).

Blue Bulls U18 Academy Week – 15 Jade Solomons (Garsfontein), 14 Kwanele Makhitni (St Alban’s), 13 Constant Pretorius (Affies), 12 Brandan Hewitt (Centurion), 11 Jemeel Warnick (Garsfontein), 10 Kobus Marais (Waterkloof), 9 Louis Venter (Affies), 8 Riekert Hattingh (Pretoria-Noord), 7 Craig Elskie (John Vorster), 6 Nathan Smith (Centurion), 5 Abongile Nonkontwana (St Alban’s), 4 Francois Jones (Centurion), 3 Lukas Gouws (Centurion), 2 Reinach Venter (Waterkloof), 1 Xander van Wyk (Waterkloof).
Subs: 16 Ncgako Ralepele (Pretoria Boys’), 17 Jonathan Valema (Wonderboom), 18 Johan van Wyk (Waterkloof), 19 Henry Mphago (Affies), 20 Jose Shaw (St Alban’s), 21 Kyle Leukes (Garsfontein), 22 Jeandré Pitzer (Centurion).

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