Glenwood king of the mud against Transvalia at KERF2019

NewsGCarloCloete School of Rugby | News - School of RugbyWith rain falling steadily, the conditions were not conducive to running rugby and yet Glenwood’s handling was only slightly affected.  Mistakes in the wet by visitors Transvalia cost them points as the Glenwood boys were quick to counter-attack.  This led to tries against the run of play.

Transvalia scored in the first five minutes following a maul, with hooker Bernard du Plessis breaking from the back to dive over, for a converted try by Shaun Christie for the early 7-0 lead.

A penalty by Jordan Hendrickse made it 3-7.  Glenwood, more adept in the wet, scored their first try when centre Martino van Wyk broke through, again converted by Hendrickse, for Glenwood to lead 10-7.

A kick ahead, a gather and wing Carlo Cloete...

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Results - St Dunstan's College Easter Festival 2019 - Day 3

StDunstansEaster2019 School of Rugby | News - School of RugbyAs the case around most parts of the country, the weather had the final say during the annual St Dunstan's College Easter Festival in Benoni. The hosts' main match on the final day against HTS Tuine of Pretoria was stopped with the scores level on 5-all due to bad weather as well as lightning.

St Dunstan's flanker Nathan de Atouguia scored his side's only try as they aimed to finish the Easter Festival on a high. 

Scorers: 

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Selborne College on-top in Eastern Cape tussle against Framesby

NewsGMtungaMaponsela School of Rugby | News - School of RugbyThe third match on the final day was a much-anticipated game between two Eastern Cape powerhouse teams, Selborne College and Hoerskool Framesby. 

The two evenly matched teams spent most of the first half playing in midfield, with defensive patterns preventing either side from getting near the try-line.

The first points came after 20 minutes when Warrick Day converted a penalty for Selborne to lead 3-0. 

Five minutes later, Selborne centre Mtunsa Maponsela broke through the...

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HTS Drostdy finish KERF2019 on a high with victory over Durban High School

NewsGDiaanHoffman School of Rugby | News - School of RugbyThe first of the KZN sides to play today, DHS played against HTS Drostdy from the Western Cape.

The latter had won their first game against Middelburg but lost their second match against Welkom Gim.

DHS was looking for their first victory, having lost to Transvalia and EG Jansen.

Drostdy opened the scoring with a penalty by flyhalf Carlton Pietersen after just five minutes. DHS scrumhalf Jayden Cederos chipped ahead for Sim Ngcobo to dot down ahead of the defence, to take a 7-3 lead after...

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Edwards hat-trick not enough to secure Pretoria Boys' High a third victory

NewsGMikhailEdwards School of Rugby | News - School of RugbyPretoria Boys High were looking for their third win at the festival when they came up against HTS Middelburg, hungry for their first win.

It was Middelburg who made the best of their chances to take a 19-8 lead at the break. Pretoria had a number of chances, but a mistake in the last move prevented more than one try from them.

Flank Jandre Kleyn opened the scoring with a try for HTS, and this was followed by Jaden Collaros converting a penalty. Impressive wing Quintino October then scored...

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