BENEDICT CHANAKIRA looks at four teams who should be in contention for the U18 Craven Week ‘final’ this year.
BENEDICT CHANAKIRA expects these players to make a big impact at this year’s U18 Craven Week.
South African schools rugby is more competitive than ever, writes KAMVA SOMDYALA.
BENEDICT CHANAKIRA looks at the reasons for SACS’ outstanding first half of the season.
Paarl Boys’ coach Sean Erasmus should be applauded for the school’s amazing run over the past two and a half seasons, writes MARIETTE ADAMS.
Four players at this year’s Kearsney festival received bursaries from the Sharks Academy. KAMVA SOMDYALA says other unions should also get involved.
KAMVA SOMDYALA says the current ranking systems are not accurate reflections of South African schools rugby.
STEVE McINTYRE on how to implement an in-season strength and conditioning
STEVE McINTYRE says core strength is a key factor for a rugby player and should be a consistent part of training.
Paarl Boys’ director of rugby Sean Erasmus must be introduced into the professional ranks sooner rather than later, writes MARK KEOHANE.
Paarl Boys’ showed why they are South Africa’s best schools side by winning the Paarl derby, writes OLLIE KEOHANE.
A strong SA Schools squad should be too good for England, Wales and France U18 in August, writes KAMVA SOMDYALA.
OLLIE KEOHANE says SACS need WP Craven Week hooker Liam Larkan to fire against Paarl Boys’ on Saturday.
Western Province U18 flyhalf Damian Willemse must go straight into the senior ranks, writes MARK KEOHANE.
OLLIE KEOHANE says playing against the best can bring out the best in a schools rugby team.
OLLIE KEOHANE says you don’t need to attend a well-known rugby school, or play Craven Week, to become a Springbok.
Guest columnist KAMVA SOMDYALA says professional coaches have a role to play in schools rugby.
MARK KEOHANE says South Africa’s schools rugby structures need to be reassessed to prevent lopsided results.
OLLIE KEOHANE says the head coach of a school rugby team should always be a teacher at the school.
OLLIE KEOHANE says a pre-season spent gaining mass and strength can help prepare a player for open-division schoolboy rugby.