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SA school’s international fixtures kick-off on Friday

SA school’s international fixtures kick-off on Friday

This Friday (10 August) the Aon U18 International Series fixtures kick off, with the SA Schools rugby team facing Wales at 4pm, to be played at Boland Landbou in Paarl. It will be followed by the game against France in the second round on Tuesday (14 August) at Stellenberg High in Durbanville and against England next Saturday (18 August) at SACS in Newlands.

KwaZulu-Natal has six players selected following the Craven Week trials held during July – Kearsney College’s Sbu Sangweni; Lunga Ncube, Rynhardt Jonker and Thabiso Mdletse from Glenwood and DHS’ Celimpilo Gumede and Lwandile Menze.

Notable inclusions are Rynhardt Jonker, the son of referee Marius Jonker, and Brendan Venter, the son of former Springbok centre of the same name, who attends Paul Roos.

Western Province have 10 of the 30 players in the squad, Border have six players, Free State three, the Golden Lions and Blue Bulls two apiece and the Griffons, Pumas and Boland one each.

Confirming the quality of rugby played at the Standard Bank Kearsney Easter Rugby Festival, 12 players in the SA Schools squad played at this year’s festival held at Kearsney at the start of the rugby season.

 

 

FIXTURES:

Friday, August 10 (at Boland Landbou)

14:15 – England vs France

16:00 – SA Schools vs Wales

Tuesday, August 14 (at Stellenberg)

14:15 – Wales vs England

16:00 – SA Schools vs France

Saturday, August 18 (at SACS)

12:15 – France vs Wales

14:05 – SA Schools vs England

 

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