This week there are the semifinals of Die Burger's rugby competition for schools.
The Schools selectors have retained only two players and made a further two positional changes for the team’s second outing.
Queen’s College travelled to East London to do battle against Cambridge in East London. The hosts, who have had an impressive run, would have fancied their chances against Queen’s but it was not to be in this tightly contested affair, which Queen's won 34-7.
Grey PE saw off a late Selborne comeback to win a tense FNB Classic Clash 20-18 in East London on Saturday.
Two men of Glenwood have been called on to respond to distress signals from national teams.
Grey College showed why they are the top-ranked team in South Africa this year when they beat Maritzburg College 46-20 in Bloemfontein on Saturday afternoon.
Hosts Rondebosch Boys’ High School scored with two minutes remaining to beat the South African College High School (SACS) 28-22. The match was played in warm and sunny conditions and although the match had an exciting end both teams would not have been happy with their skills levels on the day.
At Brug Street in Paarl, the home team had to withstand a huge onslaught in the first half before subduing a committed Tygerberg 36-14 on Saturday.
Late though it may be in the season, there were still some mighty matches, including three involving international teams at City Park in Cape Town.
A penalty two minutes into injury time gave England Under-18 a 24-21 win over Wales Under-18 at City Park in Cape Town on a windy Friday afternoon after Wales had seemed on the way to victory.