Affies scored seven tries as they beat Jeppe 52-32 in Johannesburg on Saturday.
The visitors held a slender 24-20 lead at the break, before dominating the second half.
Jeppe centre Wandisile Simelane and Affies flyhalf Ruan de Swardt traded penalties early on before centre Louritz van der Schyff went over for the visitors’ first try to put them 10-6 ahead. Hooker Schalk Erasmus then went over for Affies’ second converted try.
Jeppe hit back with a converted try from fullback Tyrone Green. However, Affies’ seven-point lead was restored as Van der Shyff scored his second. Jeppe again reduced the deficit as right wing Moemisie Mosheledi grabbed their second just before the break.
Affies drew first blood from the restart as fullback Christiaan Strydom ran in the visitors’ fourth converted try.
Jeppe scored two converted tries of their own in the second half, but three more converted tries for Affies from centre Marnus Potgieter (two) and lock Henk Pretorius completed a comprehensive win for the visitors.
Elsewhere in Gauteng, Garsfontein completed the double over Menlopark by beating them 39-25 at home, while Waterkloof went down 36-20 at home to Helpmekaar.
Gauteng schools results (28 May):
Affies 52 Jeppe 32
Pietersburg 40 Ben Vorster 29
Centurion 10 Zwartkop 10
EG Jansen 71 Rustenberg 20
Eldoraigne 55 Montana 10
Hugenote (Springs) 26 Transvalia 23
Garsfontein 39 Menlopark 24
Waterkloof 20 Helpmekaar 36
Monument 36 Kempton Park 3
St Alban’s 5 KES 22
Middelburg 10 Nelspruit 23
Pretoria Boys 15 Parktown 18
St David’s Marist (Inanda) 12 St Charles 29
Volkskool Heidelberg 10 Vereeniging Gym 35
Linden 40 Riebeeckrand 14
Florida vs Marais Viljoen
Alberton vs Jan Viljoen
Oos-Moot 62 Pretoria-Noord 0
Tuine 13 Wagpos 8
Gerrit Maritz 14 Pretoria THS 12
Overkruin 51 HTS Tuine 0
Curro Hazeldean 41 Uitsig 34
Southdowns College 50 Herronbridge 7
Matagon Olympus 24 Roodeplaat 18
Dr Malan 43 Benoni 18
Stoffberg 19 John Vorster (Nigel) 15
HTS Sasolburg 20 Sasolburg 10
Photo: William Brown