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KES Easter Festival Fixtures

Wed, 04 Dec 2013 10:19
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A new addition is Trinityhouse

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As usual King Edward VII School in Johannesburg has attracted a strong group of schools to its Easter Festival.

A new addition is Trinityhouse, a private school in Johannesburg's northwest. The schools was founded in 1997 and within a Christian ethos seeks to strive for excellence. That includes sporting excellence and when the school opened in 1997 the first sporting fields laid out were two rugby fields. It has grown stronger at rugby each year and last year beat Parktown and KES and lost only 28-16 to Eldoraigne, three schools involved in this year's tournament.

The schools taking part are Eldoraigne and Menlo Park from Pretoria, Marlow, the agricultural school outside Cradock, Northwood of Durban, Graeme College of Grahamstown, Queen's College of Queenstown, Grey High School of Port Elizabeth, Rondebosch of Cape Town, Hentie Cilliers of Virginia in the Free State, a school with close connections with the Harmony Sports School, and the duo of friends from Johannesburg - Parktown and hosts King Edward VII School.

KES Easter Festival Fixtures

All matches will be played on the Main Field at KES.

Day 1: Thursday, 17 April 2014

09.00: Eldoraigne vs Marlow
10.20: Northwood vs Graeme College
11.40: Queen's College vs Parktown
13.00: Hentie Cilliers vs Trinityhouse
14.20: King Edward VII School vs Rondebosch
15.40: Grey vs Menlopark

Day 2: Saturday, 19 April 2014

09.00: Menlopark vs Northwood
10.20: Eldoraigne vs Hentie Cilliers
11.40: Trinityhouse vs Graeme College
13.00: Rondebosch vs Parktown
14.20: Grey vs Marlow
15.40: King Edward VII School vs Queen's College

Day 3: Monday, 21 April 2014

08.40: Queen's College vs Hentie Cilliers
09.40: Graeme College vs Parktown
11.10: Marlow vs Menlopark
12.40: Grey vs Rondebosch
13.40: Eldoraigne vs Trinityhouse
15.10: King Edward VII School vs Northwood

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