Thursday was the last day of the Under-15 Iqhawe Tournament at City Park in Cape Town, ending with the main match between Western Province and Free State and followed by awards and lots of thanks.
As seems often the case Western Province will play the match on the final day of the Iqhawe Tournament for the pupils of lesser-known rugby schools, being played at City Park in Cape Town.
Itembelihle of New Brighton in Port Elizabeth played in the KZN Development Tournament in Glencoe and won all of their matches against regional teams.
The second Iqhawe Tournament has been taking place at City Park in Cape Town this week.
Western Province on Tuesday won the SARU Under-18 Sevens competition at Hoërskool Monument in Krugersdorp by defeating South Western Districts 31-24 in a thrilling final to cap off an exciting tournament.
In the final match of the inaugural Jock Hobbs Memorial Tournament for provincial schools teams, Wellington beat Canterbury 32-21 to win the tournament and the Graham Mourie Cup
After a great fightback by the Australian Schools team the New Zealand Secondary Schools team finished strongly and won 34-24 in Wellington, New Zealand.
On Monday the second Iqhawe tournament, started by the South African Legends in conjunction with SARU starts in Cape Town.
Four international schools teams are in action in New Zealand on Saturdsay - New Zealand Schools, Australian Schools, Fijian Schools and New Zealand Barbarians Schools.
Day two of the inaugural Jock Hobbs Memorial National Under-19 Tournament saw Canterbury and Wellington advance through to the Graham Mourie Cup Final with narrow victories over Waikato and Auckland A respectively.