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The SA Schools and SA Schools A squads for the Under-18 International Series against England, France, Wales and Italy in August, have been named.

SA Schools squad for the Under-18 International Series

Backs: Andell Loubser (Blue Bulls – Menlo Park), Joshua Vermeulen (Western Province – Paul Roos), Nico Leonard (Western Province – Paul Roos), David Brits (Border – Selborne), Stedman Gans (Blue Bulls – Waterkloof), Manie Libbok (SWD – Outeniqua), Manuel Ras (Western Province – Paarl Boys High), Wandisile Simelane (Golden Lions – Jeppe), Curwin Bosch (Eastern Province – Grey), Damian Willemse (Western Province – Paul Roos), Embrose Papier (Blue Bulls – Garsfontein), Jondre Williams (Western Province – Boland Landbou)
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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


Affies 24 v 00 Helpmekaar College
Alberton 17 v 17 Brits
Brandwag 10 v 5 Tuine
Bryanston 14 v 12 Krugersdorp
Die Anker 33 v 13 Oosterlig
Elspark 27 v 15 Goudrif
Fochville 00 v 31 Vryburg
Fourways 63 v 00 Cbc Boksburg
Hts Witbank 8 v 32 Potch Gim
Jeppe 24 v 12 Kempton Park
Jeppe 51 v 15 St Stithians
Kempton Park 30 v 27 Garsfontein
Klerksdorp 00 v 12 Eldoraigne
Linden 12 v 00 Standerton
Marist Brothers Linmeyer 19 v 00 King David High
Marist Brothers Linmeyer 00 v 20 Reddam House Jhb
Monument 18 v 8 Eg Jansen
Newton Ths 21 v 14 Hangklip
Oos Moot 19 v 8 Montana
Parktown 43 v 21 St Davids Inanda
Pecanwood 14 v 10 Dainfern College
St Dunstans College 24 v 34 St Peters College
St Johns College 15 v 19 Kes
Zwartkop 21 v 38 Wesvalia
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The school rugby season has only just kicked off, but the country’s top teams are already preparing to make their mark at several festivals taking place over the Easter holidays.

A talented mix of 12 top rugby-playing schools will participate at the Kearsney Easter Rugby Festival, including last year’s leading SA rugby school Grey College from Bloemfontein; Menlo Park and Affies from Pretoria; Dr EG Jansen from Boksburg and HTS Middelburg from Mpumalanga; Selborne, Dale and Framesby from the Eastern Cape; SACS from Cape Town; with Glenwood, Westville Boys’ High and Kearsney College from KZN. Read More


Grey College (Bloemfontein) holds the record for the most number of Springboks produced by any school in South Africa. Do you know which schools the following Springboks attended?

Which schools did these Springboks attend?

Grey College (Bloemfontein) holds the record for the most number of Springboks produced by any school in South Africa. Do you know which schools the following Springboks attended?

The SA Schools side will compete against France, Wales and England in the upcoming U18 international series, where they will look to extend their unbeaten run of the last four years.

SA Schools squad

Fullbacks: M Joubert (KZN), Eduan Keyter (Bulls), Keanu Vers (EP)
Right wings: Nazo Nkala (Griffons)
Outside centres: Barend Smit (Pumas)
Inside centres: JT Jackson (SWD)
Left wings: Jerry Danquah (Border), Andell Loubsher (Bulls)
Flyhalves: Curwin Bosch (EP), Thinus de Beer (Bulls)
Scrumhalves: M Janse van Vuuren (Valke), Ambrose Papier (Bulls)

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