Standard Bank Cape Schools 2015
The 27th June 2015 marked the kick off of the 35th Annual Cape Schools Rugby Tournament. Hosts Grey High PE did an amazing job with regards to field presentation and playing field conditions. Lush green grass and a well-rested field for the School Boys to play some incredible Running Rugby.
The day started off at 09:30 Boland Landbou vs Dale College followed by SACS vs Muir, Standard Bank XV vs Queens College, Paarl Gimnasium vs Selborne and then the Final Game, Grey High PE vs Rondebosch Boys High. The Cape Schools Rugby Tournament Continues today the 29th June 2015 and Wednesday the 1st July 2015.
FIRST DAY’S RESULTS
Boland Landbou vs Dale College
Boland Landbou 26: tries by No 3 Tristan Hill, No 15 Luke Philander, No 10 Danrich Visagie, No 18 Reinhardt de Jager; three conversions by No 9 Deon Carstens
Dale College 14: tries by No 7 Kwanda Dimaza, No 5 Oratile Mabusela; two conversions by No 10 Courtney Winnaar.
SACS vs Muir College
SACS 19: tries by No 12 Kyle Boyd, No 6 Dylan Hadzigrigoriou, No 10 Liam Abrahams; two conversions by Boyd.
Muir College 8: try by No 13 Luphelo Miggels; penalty by No 2 Senkosi Ncapayi.
Queen’s College vs Standard Bank XV
Queen’s College 25: tries by No 6 Justin Kuyler, No 23 Asithandile Mrubata, No 2 Gareth Heidtman, No 12 Mihlali Peter, No 3 Qhawe Bula.
Standard Bank XV 13: try by No 3 Rikus van As; two penalties and one conversion by No 15 Tarquin Alexander.
Selborne College vs Paarl Gymnasium
Selborne 20: tries by No 6 Heinrich Niewenhuizen, No 8 Darren Lemmer, No 12 David Brits; one conversion and one penalty by No 9 Joshua Allderman
Paarl Gymnasium 17: tries by No 14 Max Thalwitzer (2), No 22 Morne Buxman; one conversion by No 15 Naude Wessels
Grey High (PE) vs Rondebosch Boys High
Grey High (PE) 15: tries by No 1 Tiaan Coetzee, No 12 Aya Olifant; a conversion and a penalty by No 10 Curwin Bosch
Rondebosch Boys High 10: a try by No 5 Dylan le Roux; a conversion and a penalty by No 15 Yaseen Jacobs
Results Supplied by Rugby15.co.za - http://www.rugby15.co.za/2015/06/cape-schools-week-day-1-results/
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