RESILIENT GYM SEE OFF LANDBOU

Paarl Gym weathered a blistering start by visitors Boland Landbou to register a close, but deserved 25-23 win on the Jan Kriel field in lovely warm conditions on Saturday 21...

read full post

CAN LANDBOU PUT ONE OVER ON PAARL GYM ?

As the second term ends, bringing a five week wait before the next weekend of local schools action, the most keenly anticipated match on Saturday 21 June 2014 will most...

read full post

CAN’T GET AWAY THESE HOLIDAYS ?

Before the glad tidings regarding vacation time, you will be pleased to learn that both the games scheduled for Saturday 14 June 2014 – Schoonspruit vs Hugenote at the Wesbank...

read full post

SECOND-HALF STAMPEDE STUNS TYGERS

Oakdale put on an irresistible second half display to turn a 7-0 half-time deficit into a 47-14 victory over shell-shocked hosts Tygerberg in clear but chilly weather on Saturday 7...

read full post

MARKOTTER THE VENUE FOR POTENTIAL DECIDER

There may only be two full weekends of rugby left this term, but even the most difficult-to-please customer is sure to find something to suit his taste on Saturday 7...

read full post

QUAGGAS PUT THE HOOF INTO PAARL GYM

Outeniqua, the pride of George, bounced back from their 22-23 defeat in Riversdale last Saturday to beat hosts Paarl Gym a lot more comprehensively than the 23-16 scoreline suggests on...

read full post

WESTERN PROVINCE UNDER 18 TEAMS RELEASED

The Western Province High Schools rugby selectors finally released the names of the players selected to represent the province at the mid-year Craven and Academy Weeks on Thursday 29 May 2014.

read full post

OUTENIQUA DESCEND ON PAARL THIS WEEKEND

As the interminable wait for the announcement of the WP Under 16 and 18 teams drags on like a school prize-giving – latest info has it that they will be...

read full post

BOLAND ANNOUNCE CRAVEN WEEK, ACADEMY WEEK TEAMS

THe final Boland Under 18 sides were announced this morning, Tuesday 27 May 2014.

read full post

BRILLIANT GYM DEFENCE STIFLES BISHOPS

It might have been icy cold and heavily overcast, but the fair-sized crowd at the Kriel field were treated to a rousing display of cut-and-thrust schoolboy rugby of the highest...

read full post

THEY DON’T COME MUCH BIGGER THAN THIS !

Forget your passé run-of-the-mill first day of the weekend stuff. Saturday, 24 May 2014, is going to be special as many of the big guys down south are looking at...

read full post

SWD ANNOUNCE CRAVEN AND ACADEMY WEEK TEAMS

The South Western Districts schools rugby selectors have announced the teams to represent the province at the 2014 Craven and Academy Weeks.

read full post

GYM TROUNCE LACKLUSTRE TYGERS

Sad to say, the best thing about this rather forgettable game, in which Paarl Gym overran visitors Tygerberg 48-0, was the weather: barely a cloud could be seen and the...

read full post

WP, BOLAND ANNOUNCE UNDER 18 TRIALLISTS

The Western Province and Boland schools selectors have announced the names of the players to play against each at HS Bellville on Wednesday 21 May 2014.

read full post

HIGH NOON AT THE WINDMEUL CORRAL

The number of unexpected results countrywide last Saturday is proof indeed of just how welcome the regular part of the schoolboy rugby season is.

read full post

KES POACHING PLAYERS…AGAIN ?

The following article was written by a SACS representative when the school was approached to confirm or refute rumours concerning the disquieting contents.

read full post

BOLAND BLUNT BRAVE BOSCH

Boland Landbou deservedly beat visitors Rondebosch 27-13 in their first home match of the season at the Farm in wet and chilly conditions on Saturday 10 May 2014.

read full post

KYK HOE LYK DIE BOLAND NOU !

Where on earth are Boland going to come up with enough talented players to represent the province at the mid-year Under 18 tournaments ?

read full post

LOCAL IS LEKKER – AT LAST !

More than halfway through the year’s scheduled matches, league action finally takes centre stage on Saturday 10 May 2014 – for only the second time this winter !

read full post

FESTIVALS – THE TAIL WAGGING THE DOG ?

The time has come for some serious thought regarding the seemingly boundless proliferation of schools rugby festivals.

read full post