Junior Boks finish on a high

The Junior Springboks on Saturday finished their warm-up games for the World Rugby Under-20 Championship unbeaten after registering a morale-boosting 58 - 14 victory against SWD at the Bridgton Sports Grounds in Oudtshoorn.


The World Rugby U20 Championship will be hosted in Manchest...

KZN name provincial squads

KwaZulu Natal have named their Craven Week, Academy Week and Grant Khomo Week teams with the majority of players coming from Glenwood High School.


The Green Machine of Glenwood became the first ever South African school to win the Sanix Youth World Invitational twice when they claim...

Kearsney win on Goldstones

College hosted Kearsney on a typical Midlands winter’s afternoon with conditions conducive to good school boy rugby. The crowds were not disappointed as the two teams produced seven tries and some good open rugby play.  


Kearsney came out strongly and dominated the first ...

Selborne too good for College

St Andrew’s College played their Reunion weekend fixtures vs Selborne this past weekend and there was some wonderful rugby played on Lower and surrounds by all of the teams.The spirit between the boys was wonderful to see and the rugby remained tough and uncompromising.


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SACS down Tygerberg

The South African College High School (SACS) hosted Tygerberg High School on a warm winter’s morning in Newlands. SACS led 34 - 7 at half time before running out comfortable 82 - 14 winners under the watchful eye of retired test referee Jonathan Kaplan.


SACS opened the scoring...

Baby Boks thump Maties

The Junior Springboks on Tuesday night defeated a determined Maties outfit 41 - 14 in a physical encounter at the Danie Craven Stadium in Stellenbosch.


The match marked their second warm-...

Baby Boks change for Maties

Junior Springbok coach Dawie Theron made seven changes to his starting team to face the Maties Under-20 Invitational side on Tuesday night in their second warm-up match leading up to the World Rugby U20 Championship.

SA U20 World Cup squad
Junior Springbok coach Dawie Theron on Tuesday named his 28-man squad that will do battle at World Rugby Under-20 Championship in Manchester, England, from 7 - 25 June.
Eastern Province centre Jeremy Ward will lead the team in the showpiece, while his provincia...

St Andrew’s win Classic Clash
St Andrew’s College beat Graeme College 23 - 7 in their FNB Classic Clash in Grahamstown on Saturday. The rivalry is believed to be the oldest schoolboy rugby football derby in the country.
Saturday saw St Andrew’s College host our neighbours from a...

SACS beat Bishops
The South African College High School (SACS) hosted long standing rivals Diocesan College (Bishops) on a perfect winter’s morning in Newlands. SACS definitely didn’t have things their own way but managed to lead 17 - 7 at the interval before running out 38 - 19 winners.

Build up: KES vs Maritzburg College

Premier Interschools build-up show for the KES vs Maritzburg College match featuring Scarra Ntubeni


Glenwood are world champs
Glenwood High School has won the prestigious international rugby union tournament, The Sanix World Rugby Youth Invitational Tournament in Japan.
Glenwood took on Higashi Fukuoka High School from Japan, beating them 45 – 6. In 2008 Glenwood was chosen by S...

Kearsney down Michaelhouse
Kearsney hosted Michaelhouse on what started out to be a windy, cold and wet day in Botha’s Hill, but was no doubt enhanced by the hosts winning 14 of the 18 rugby games played. Strangely though, the weather cleared just before the 1st XV kick-off, as if inviting attractive open running rugby from the two teams.

Battle of the Saints
St Andrew’s College played their first home fixture on Saturday vs St Stithians College. The two schools have a long standing friendship and it was great to host our friends from Johannesburg in Grahamstown for a change.
The 1st XV match kicked off at a f...

Report: Kearsney vs Glenwood
Kearsney 1st XV lost to Glenwood 1st XV 21 - 7
Kearsney travelled to Durban to play in a highly anticipated match against the number one team in KZN this year. The visitors met a strong southerly wind which certainly posed challenges in itself. Kearsney however started very strongly as they attacked from th...

1st XV rugby results - 23 April
Western Cape
Bishops 40 - 14 Tygerberg
Boland Landbou 71 - 12 Strand
Brackenfell 18 - 15 Durbanville
New Orleans 28 - 21 Lab...

Gim close SACS out
The South African College High School (SACS) emerged with more than their honour intact after giving high-riding Paarl Gimnasium a run for their money on their home turf. After heavy overnight storms the skies in Paarl cleared for the midday kickoff and the match was played in bright sunshine. Gim led 14 - 3 at halftime. The final score was 17 - ...

Hilton pip Kearsney at the death
A late surge of 10 points in the final five minutes of the match helped Hilton College claim a 31 - 21 home win over Kearsney College on Saturday.
The match was played in hot Midlands conditions with a slight breeze. Kearsney started the match with high intensi...

Paarl Gim's 28 - 24 win over Paul Roos

Highlights of Paarl Gim's 28 - 24 win over Paul Roos in their Mutual & Federal Premier Interschools match on the weekend - Premier Interschools


Landbou beat SACS
Boland Landbou won a very evenly contested match against the South African College High School (SACS) 28 - 18 on the farm. The match was played in sunny but mild conditions. Despite playing into the light breeze in the first half Boland dominated both possession and territory.