King Edward VII's Easter Festival ended on Easter Monday 2014 with surprisingly good wins for Parktown and Menlopark of Pretoria.
Easter Monday was the last day of the Easter Rugby Festival at St Dunstan's College of Benoni, the last day of their very first Festival of this nature.
It was the last day of the 31st Saints Rugby Festival - Easter Monday 2014, but not a good day for the hosts, St Stithians College of Randburg, who went down to SACS of Cape Town.
Four teams – Grey College, Monument, Glenwood and HTS Middelburg - go unbeaten into the final day of the Kearsney Easter Rugby Festival. In what is being dubbed the clash of the titans, Grey and Monument will play each other in the penultimate match of the festival, which kicks off at 14.30.
SA Referees appoint promising referees to the Easter Festivals at St John's and King Edward VII School.
After six Easter Festivals for 1st XV's and many other school matches, some crammed in before the long weekend, we have many results this week.
Day Two is the main day of the festival. the hosts took on Hilton College in the day’s main game with each school’s respective old boy’s playing a friendly Seven-a-side game before hand.
We thought there were six Easter Tournament but suddenly, two thirds through, we found a seventh. St Dunstan’s College is hosting an inaugural Rugby Festival this Easter weekend. It promises to be an annual event.
Again the two Pretoria sides, Menlopark and Eldoraigne, were victorious and so were Graeme of Grahamstown and Queen's of Queenstown.
Itembelihle Comprehensive School became the very first winners of the very first Mzwandile Mali Memorial Rugby Festival Tournament played at New Brighton Oval when they beat Thamsanqa 59-0 in the Final.