It's the mid-year schools holiday and that means the national weeks, a great opportunity for school players. It is also a great opportunity for referees to gain experience and tuition together.
Selborne College of East London dominate the Border Craven Week side bound for Stellenbosch in the second week of July.
Glenwood make a huge contribution to the two KwaZulu-Natal Under-18 teams for the national weeks in July. In all they have 14 players in the teams for Craven Week and the Academy Week.
The Eastern Province Schools selectors have chose five teams to represent Eastern Province at the 2015 Craven Week, Academy Week and Grant Khomo Week.
The honour of playing in the main game on the final day at Craven Week on Saturday has fallen, unsurprisingly, to EP and SWD.
Eastern Province have set themselves up for the Final by defeating the Free State 19-5 in a wonderful display of running rugby.
The Blue Bulls held on for a deserved 21-10 win over the Golden Lions on Day Four of the Craven Week in Middelburg on Thursday.
There was nothing uncertain in the intensity of these two teams as the Leopards beat the Falcons from the East 26-20.
The boot of Griquas flyhalf Robbie Petzer proved to be the difference between the two side as he picked up 23 points in a 38-27 victory over Boland.
Possession is not everything, it seems, nor is the wind. Western Province had possession and wind and South Western Districts won 38-23.