Eastern Cape schools rugby wrap-up 28th April
Grey High were back to winning ways after beating Brandwag from Uitenhage 45-12 last Saturday. Grey suffered an upset 24-20 loss to Brandwag’s sister school, Daniel Pienaar, two weeks ago, and have somewhat redeemed their dignity as a proud rugby school.
They however drop down as Eastern Cape’s top school, after Dale College caused an upset win over Selborne College 24-19 over the weekend.
There are still just four Eastern Cape schools in the SA Rugby Magazine School Rugby rankings following last weekend’s results, namely: Selborne College (22nd), Queens College (20th), Grey High (16th) and Dale College (13th).
St. Andrews from East London and Daniel Pienaar are skimming just outside the top 30, placing 31st and 33rd respectively in this week’s rankings.
Other Eastern Cape schools rugby results over the weekend:
Grey High 45 – 12 Brandwag
St. Andrews College 50 – 3 Pearson High School
Selborne College 19 – 24 Dale College
Framesby 29 – 31 Daniel Pienaar
Queens College 50 – 6 Graeme College
Kingswood College 29 – 17 Hudson Park
Grens 76 – 10 Port Rex
Tuesday 26th April:
Daniel Pienaar 29 – 11 Otto du Plessis
SA Rugby Magazine schools rugby top 30 rankings (25th April):
- Paarl Boys High
- Grey College
- Paarl Gymnasium
- EG Jansen
- Boland Landbou
- Jeppe Boys High
- Welkom Gymnasium
- Paul Roos
- Grey High
- Ben Vorster
- Queens College
- Selborne College
- Durban High School
- Rondebosch Boys High
- Voortrekker (Bethlehem)
- HTS Middelburg
- Kearsney College
Image: Dale College versus Selborne College in a past encounter
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