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Tue 30 Jul 2013 | 06:38

Schools Top 20 - 30 July

Schools Top 20 - 30 July
Tue 30 Jul 2013 | 06:38

Schools Top 20 - 30 July

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Paarl Gim cling to their top ranking ahead of their big derby this weekend, but there are still schools that can challenge their place.

There were big victories this past weekend for Paarl Gim over Boland Landbou,  Affies over Glenwood, Grey Bloem over Grey PE, Outeniqua over Framesby, Garsfontein over Florida, Die Brandwag over Oudtshoorn, Drostdy over Bishops, and Bethlehem Voortrekker over Witteberg.

These results ensured no change at the top, except that Garsfontein and St Andrew's have each risen a place.

We have stopped ranking Westville and Kearsney who are now playing soccer. Of course, there's nothing wrong with playing soccer but it does not add to their rugby achievements. They will be back in contention at the end of the season, at the end of August when we produce the last Top 20 for 2013.

Bethlehem Voortrekker and Oakdale have come into the FNB Top 20 in their stead.

FNB Top 20 – 30 July

1. Paarl Gim
2. Affies
3. Grey College of Bloemfontein
4. Outeniqua
5. Dr EG Jansen
6. Paarl Boys' High
7. Garsfontein
8. Waterkloof
9. Nelspruit
10. HTS Middelburg
11. Monument
12. Die Brandwag
13. Marlow
14. St Andrew's College of Grahamstown
15. Glenwood
16. Grey High of Port Elizabeth
17. Paul Roos
18. Bethlehem Voortrekker
19. Oakdale
20. Wynberg

Other teams strongly considered were Boland Landbou, Drostdy, Framesby, Kempton Park, Noord-Kaap, Pretoria Boys High, Queen's, Selborne and Transvalia

PV: 7
Schools Top 20 - 30 July | Rugby365