KES have moved to third in Rugby365.com’s Top 20 rankings following their 57-19 thrashing of St John’s on Saturday.
Monument have moved up to second in Rugby365.com’s Top 20 rankings after their 30-19 win against Glenwood on Saturday.
SACS have broken into the upper half of Rugby365.com’s Top 20 rankings, after pulling off a surprise 22-19 win against Paarl Gym over the…
Selborne College have broken into Rugby365.com’s Top 20 schools rankings after upsetting Grey College 20-19.
Paarl Boys’ High have reclaimed the No 1 spot in the Rugby365.com Top 20 rankings, after their 46-31 win against Grey College.
Glenwood have moved from ninth to sixth in the Rugby365.com Top 20 rankings after their 59-12 win against Kearsney.
Grey College have replaced Paarl Gym as the No 1-ranked side in South Africa after their 31-19 victory against Gimmies at the Wildeklawer Super…
Paarl Gym have replaced Paul Roos as the No 1-ranked team in South Africa, following their 20-19 win over the Maroon Machine on Saturday.
Paul Roos have replaced Paarl Boys’ as the No 1 side in South Africa, according to the first schools rugby rankings of the season.
Paarl Boys’ High ended the 2016 season as the top-ranked schools team for a second successive year.
Paarl Boys’ High lead the way at the summit of the final Top 20 rankings of the year.
Garsfontein have moved up to 13th in the Top 2o rankings after their 32-28 Beeld Trophy win over EG Jansen.
Boland Landbou’s thrilling 27-22 victory over Oakdale Landbou in Paarl has elevated them to eighth place in the Top 20 rankings.
Selborne’s shock 16-13 win over Dale has promoted them to sixth place in the Top 20 schools rankings.
Paul Roos have moved back into the top five following their 42-24 win over Bishops.
Paarl Gym broke into the top three after their 48-15 win against Rondebosch Boys’ on Saturday.
Monument have swapped places with Glenwood following their 40-15 win in Krugersdorp.
Paarl Boys’, Grey College, Glenwood, Paarl Gym, Oakdale, Affies and Boland Landbou have retained their positions.
Paarl Boys’ High have retained their No 1 ranking after a 28-18 win against No 2-ranked Grey College.
Paarl Boys’ have regained their No 1 ranking after beating Grey College 28-18.