St. Andrews College look to make statement, EC schools rugby fixtures
In Eastern Cape school rugby clashes this weekend there sees an anticipated rivalry when Selborne College travel to Grahamstown to play hosts, St. Andrews College.
St. Andrews, although ranked lower than Selborne on the SA Rugby Magazine rankings, have won seven out of nine games this season as opposed to Selborne’s seven wins out of 12 matches. The side from Grahamstown have only lost to Durban High School (31-17) and Bishops (27-17) resepctively and they have recently come from a 35-14 victory over Cambridge last weekend.
Selborne have drawn two games this season and lost the other three to Dale College (24-19), Queens College (33-29) and a 48-17 thumping by the country’s current top school, Grey College, just last weekend.
Grey High will also travel to Grahamstown to play Graeme College and the hosts will look to cause a major upset against the top EC rugby school.
Other Eastern Cape school rugby fixtures this weekend:
St. Albans vs Jeppe Boys High
Cambridge vs Stirling
Dale College vs Grens
Graeme College vs Grey High
Marlow Landbou vs Hudson Park
Port Rex vs Kingswood College
St. Andrews College vs Selborne College
Alexander Road vs Victoria Park
Solomon Mahlangu vs Arcadia
Ndzondelelo vs Bertram
DF Malherbe vs Gill College
Woodridge vs Humansdorp
Union High vs Westering High
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