Schools Top 20 - 19 August 2014
Tue, 19 Aug 2014 12:13
The main beneficiaries are the Rhinos of Nelspruit
There are changes at the top this week after stability there for some time.
Defeats for Monnas, EG Jansen and Oakdale changed things. But the main beneficiaries are the Rhinos of Nelspruit who in their last three matches have beaten HTS Middelburg, Kempies and now Monnas.
Also with a foot on the Top 20 ladder are Framesby who this time benefitted by an upward moment in their erratic season, beating Oakdale.
Seven Top 20 teams did not play - Glenwood, HTS Middelburg, Waterkloof, Menlopark, Outeniqua, Paarl Gim and Kempton Park. Thank heavens for the Eastern and Western Cape where they still play rugby and do so for the fun of it.
Those who move up are Paul Roos, Garsfontein, Grey PE, Wynberg, Nelspruit and Framesby.
Bethlehem Voortrekker vs Hentie Cilliers, 33-13
Dale vs Hudson Park, 38-5
Framesby vs Oakdale, 20-18
Garsfontein vs Dr EG Jansen, 32-29
Grey College vs Maritzburg College, 46-20
Louis Botha vs Jim Fouché, 37-13
Nelspruit vs Monument, 24-18
Paarl Boys' High vs Tygerberg, 36-14
Paul Roos vs Boland Landbou, 43-32
Transvalia vs Tuine, 30-22
Wynberg vs Bishops, 34-17
Schools Top 20 - August 19
1. Grey College of Bloemfontein
2. Paul Roos
5. Grey High of Port Elizabeth
7. Dr EG Jansen
8. Paarl Boys' High
9. HTS Middelburg
15. Maritzburg College
18. Paarl Gim
19. HTS Louis Botha
At the moment there is pressure on these from Dale, Die Brandwag, Kempton Park, Transvalia and Voortrekker.
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