New Zealand teams dominate rest of the world contingent for #WSF2019

WorldSchoolsFestival2019 School of Rugby | News - School of RugbyNine of the ten teams participating at the 2019 World Schools Festival at Paul Roos Gymnasium have been revealed, with four of the sides hailing from the world’s number-one ranked country in rugby – New Zealand. 

Five different nations will be represented in the Rest of the World contingent, while an Africa Pacific Select XV, a Barbarians-style outfit coached by some of the world’s best talent, will make their second appearance at the tournament. 

The Africa Pacific Select XV, along with Christchurch Boys High School and Napier Boys High School from New Zealand, Hartpury College from England and the New South Wales Cavaliers from Australia will all be returning in 2019, while five teams will be making their debut next...

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Junior Boks kick off 2019 preparations with assessment camps

JuniorSpringboks School of Rugby | News - School of RugbyJunior Springbok coach Chean Roux invited two squads of 74 Under-19 and Under-18 players for assessment camps in Stellenbosch in November and January with an eye on preparing for next year’s World Rugby U20 Championship in Argentina.

The U19 squad includes 2017 World Rugby U20 Championship players Rikus Pretorius, Asenathi Ntlabakanye and Phendulani Buthelezi, as well as another capped Junior Springbok player, David Kriel, who participated in the team’s warm-up matches in the lead-up...

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Strong SA line-up for World Schools Festival

WorldSchoolsFestival2019 School of Rugby | News - School of RugbyTen powerful South African rugby teams will compete at the 2019 World Schools Festival, with the historic Paul Roos Gymnasium set to play host. The festival, which made its highly successful debut in Paarl this year, stays in the beautiful Winelands region of South Africa, but moves a mere 30 kilometres down the road to Stellenbosch and will take place from the 25th to 30th March 2019.

Paul Roos Gymnasium will make its first appearance at the tournament, as will SACS High School, while Grey...

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Spanne bekend vir Kwagga-week van 2019

Kwagga School of Rugby | News - School of RugbySoos die gebruik sedert 1995 sal van die land se voorste o.14-spanne volgende jaar in Maart in George vir die jaarlikse Kwagga-week saamtrek. Die toernooi wat deur die Hoërskool Outeniqua aangebied word sal van 15 tot 20 Maart plaasvind. 

Die week beloof om nog groter in 2019 te wees met 28 o.14-spanne wat aan wat in George in aksie sal wees. In 2018 was daar 26 spanne op die week in aksie. Buiten die o.14-spanne sal daar ook 14 o.15-spanne aan die week deelneem. 

Tydens die week...

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2019 SA Rugby Youth Week dates and venues announced

CocaColaYouthWeeks School of Rugby | News - School of RugbyThe u18 Craven Week will return to Grey College in the Bloemfontein for the first time since 2005, when the popular schools rugby showcase plays out from 1 to 6 July 2019.

The flagship tournament in the SA Rugby Youth Weeks series will run concurrently with the Academy Week at Grey College, while the Learners with Special Education Needs (LSEN) week will be hosted at the same venue two weeks earlier from 17 to 20 June.

The U13 Craven Week and U16 Grant Khomo Week will be hosted at Hoërskool...

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