KES and Rondebosch Boys’ drew 10-10 on the second day of the KES Easter Festival.
It was a tight clash played in wet conditions, which did not dampen the occasion too much as there were huge hits and a dominant scrum performance from Rondebosch.
KES centre Ryan Theron’s missed penalty and an attack from the hosts that almost resulted in a try were the only point-scoring opportunities in the first half as the teams went into the break locked at 0-0.
Theron finally opened the scoring eight minutes into the second half with a penalty goal.
Bosch responded a few minutes later with a converted try by right wing Amani Minani and a penalty by Nicholas Potgieter to lead 10-3, but with three minutes remaining, Rondebosch wing Ryan Klein was yellow-carded and KES eighthman Lwazi Monakali scored a converted try to level the scores.
In other matches, Eldoraigne edged Ben Vorster 10-7, Kingswood College pipped Hentie Cilliers 28-26, Northwood Boys’ beat Daniel Pienaar 12-7, Queen’s College eased past Parktown Boys 26-15, Graeme College saw off Hudson Park 15-10 and DHS claimed a 33-10 victory against St David’s Marist.
Day 2 results:
Durban High School 33 St David’s Marist 10
Eldoraigne 10 Ben Vorster 7
Kingswood College 28 Hentie Cilliers 26
Northwood Boys’ 12 Daniel Pienaar 7
Graeme College 15 Hudson Park 10
Queen’s College 26 Parktown Boys’ 15
KES 10 Rondebosch Boys’ 10
Day 1 results:
Hudson Park 53 Hentie Cilliers 10
St David’s Marist 19 Graeme College 15
Kingswood College 22 Parktown Boys’ 16
Queen’s College 50 Northwood 12
Eldoraigne 25 Daniel Pienaar 6
KES 54 Ben Vorster 12
Rondebosch Boys’ 20 Durban High School 8
Day 3 fixtures (6 April):
Hentie Cilliers vs KES Invitation XV (08:00)
Northwood Boys’ vs Graeme College (09:20)
Hudson Park vs Parktown Boys’ (10:40)
Eldoraigne vs Durban High School (12:00)
Daniel Pienaar vs Ben Vorster (13:20)
St David’s Marist vs Kingswood College (14:40)
KES vs Queen’s College (16:00)
Photo: Matthew Wood/KES