Hooker and captain PJ Botha scored a brace of tries as Monument beat Waterkloof 37-7 at home on Saturday.
Three tries gave Monnas a 15-7 half-time lead in cold and wet conditions, and they scored four more in the second half to extend their winning record at home to 21 games since 2013.
Monnas opened the scoring when Botha went over for a try after a good break from centre MJ Pelser. Flyhalf Luke Rossouw failed to convert.
Klofies then took the lead as Ruan Allers followed up his charge-down to place the ball against the right-hand upright. Fullback Duhann Gunter added the extras.
Monnas continued to dominate and scored two more unconverted tries through scrumhalf Tinus Combrink and wing Jonathan Rabie to take an eight-point lead into the break.
The hosts extended that lead two minutes after the restart when flank Kevin le Roux collected a pass from Rossouw, after the flyhalf had found space out wide, to go over for their fourth try.
No 8 PJ Jacobs then scored a try, before converting Botha’s second try to extend their lead to 25 points with 10 minutes to play.
Pelser then collected a clever chip kick from replacement flyhalf JP van Rensburg to complete an emphatic victory.
Elsewhere in Gauteng, Affies got their season back on track with a crushing 61-7 win over KES, having led 28-7 at the break, while HTS Middelburg thrashed rivals Middelburg High 67-6 in their Classic Clash.
Jeppe recorded their 11th victory from 12 games this season as they beat hosts St Stithians 31-3 in wet and muddy conditions in Johannesburg.
More results to follow…
Gauteng schools results (14 May):
Monument 37 Waterkloof 7
Pretoria Boys’ 6 Westville 3
St Stithians 3 Jeppe 31
KES 7 Affies 61
Menlopark 3 Diamantveld 24
HTS Middelburg 67 Middelburg High 6
St David’s Marist 15 Sutherland 13
Krugersdorp 32 CBC Boksburg 0
Wonderboom 20 Centurion 5
Helpmekaar 52 Pietersburg 3
Linden 28 Bastion 10
By Tyrone Engel
Photo: Sydney Seshibedi/Gallo Images