Like in any other game or even life, one will have the positive and the negative. I think how you set your mind and determine your long term goals, is what will determine if you are the glass-half full or half-empty kind a guy. [...]
So, call me gorgeous , and call me blonde, but add Clairvoyant to that resume now!
As some of you might recall…mind you, or not…I wrote a little piece on the Bulls with their open chequebook some time ago. http://www.sharksworld.co.za/2012/07/18/did-the-bulle-win-the-blerrie-lotto/ [...]
Paul Roos Gymnasium went up from Stellenbosch to Bloemfontein for a variety of competitions with Grey College. Some 700 went up in buses, including 27 rugby teams – including Kerwin Noemdo.
A number of KwaZulu Natal players – as well as one from elsewhere who’s hoping to make a big impact in the black and white next season – have been included in a strong SA schools 23 to take on France in Wellington this evening. [...]
On one of my recent Twitter rants (@Ice457), I made a snotty comment about the Bulls purchasing all the schoolboy talent and something to the effect that they want to eliminate opposition competition. I was subsequently invited by www.theyellowcap.com to write an article on “Bulls Bargain Buys”. I would obviously like to share this with our own readers as well! [...]
After a stunning opening-day win over Free State, the 2012 Craven Week competition unfortunately yielded little further joy for the KZN Schools team, with narrow losses to first the Golden Lions and then EP following as the week progressed. The Blue Bulls, whose own Craven Week team was simply in a class of their own and dominated all opposition, have further taken the gloss off that solitary victory by announcing that they have poached its architect, Jesse Kriel. [...]
The KZN Schools’ team saw their hopes of playing in Saturday’s unofficial Craven Week Final dashed, as they went down to the Golden Lions by 8-17 yesterday afternoon. [...]
There were plenty of stand-out performances on the first day of the 2012 Craven Week tournament, held at the Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth this year, but none more so than the KZN schools team’s 48-24 demolition of Free State. [...]
Probably the biggest schools rugby game in Port Elizabeth last weekend was the derby match between the visitors from St Andrews in Grahamstown and Grey PE. [...]
A proper storm is erupting through the schoolboy rugby world in KwaZulu-Natal, with at least two prominent players found to be drastically over-age for the competitions they’ve been playing in. [...]
This weekend saw a jam packed school rugby calendar, with our man Poisy again in and amongst the results for us. [...]
School Boy rugby seems to be in full swing, with a host of results coming through from our resident school boy scout, Poisy. [...]
Before all the Easter Rugby Festivals happen, Grey High will be hosting their own Rugby Festival, which runs 24 March to 28 March, in Port Elizabeth. Here are the participating schools as well as the fixtures. [...]
The Annual Kearsney Easter Rugby Festival will be taking place on the weekend starting 5 April, ending on the Monday, 9 April. This is one of the biggest School Rugby festivals, and just by looking at the teams participating, should make for some real good rugby. [...]