PREMIER INTERSCHOOL’S DERBY TEAM ANNOUNCEMENT: Paul Roos Gimnasium v Grey College

PREMIER INTERSCHOOL’S DERBY TEAM ANNOUNCEMENT: Paul Roos Gimnasium v Grey College

Premier Interschools is a series of 12 matches, which feature the highest profile and most traditional interschool rugby rivalries, from South Africa’s top rugby schools which are broadcast live on SuperSport from March to August.

Paul Roos Gimnasium will take on Grey College on their home turf on Saturday, 19 August at 14h00. The match will be televised live on SuperSport Ten from 13h55.

To view this week’s preview show featuring Steven Kitshoff, Craig Barry and Coenie Oosthuizen, please click on the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkUl9DlSIGI

Magazine Preview Show Times:

Schedule Date

GENRE

Series

Season

Episode

Schedule Time

Schedule End Time

Channel

Status

17-Aug-17

Rugby

Premier Interschools Preview

2017

Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey College

15:30

15:45

SS10

Repeat

18-Aug-17

Rugby

Premier Interschools Preview

2017

Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey College

07:30

07:45

CSN

Repeat

18-Aug-17

Rugby

Premier Interschools Preview

2017

Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey College

11:45

12:00

SS10

Repeat

18-Aug-17

Rugby

Premier Interschools Preview

2017

Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey College

16:45

17:00

SS1 / SS1A

Repeat

 

Match Broadcast Times – Kick off 14h00 on SuperSport Ten build up at 13:55

Schedule Date

GENRE

Series

Season

Episode

Schedule Time

Schedule End Time

Channel

Status

              19-Aug-17

Rugby

Premier Interschools Rugby

2017

Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey College

13:55

15:45

SS10 / SS12

Live

19-Aug-17

Rugby

Premier Interschools Rugby

2017

Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey College

14:00

15:45

CSN

Live

20-Aug-17

Rugby

Premier Interschools Rugby

2017

Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey College

06:30

08:00

SS10

Repeat

20-Aug-17

Rugby

Premier Interschools Rugby

2017

Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey College

17:05

18:30

CSN

Repeat

21-Aug-17

Rugby

Premier Interschools Rugby

2017

Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey College

01:35

03:00

SS10

Repeat

21-Aug-17

Rugby

Premier Interschools Rugby

2017

Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey College

04:35

06:00

CSN

Repeat

21-Aug-17

Rugby

Premier Interschools Rugby

2017

Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey College

12:35

14:00

CSN

Repeat

For all results, fixtures, videos, photos and information visit the new Premier Interschools website at www.premierinterschools.co.za

 

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Twitter: @PremierSchools

 

MATCH DETAILS

Derby Date: 19 August 2017

Kick Off: 14h00

Hosting School: Paul Roos Gimnasium

Broadcast: SuperSport Ten

Team Lists: Below

GREY COLLEGE 19 A

15

Full back

Kriel

David

14

Right wing

Van Niekerk

Pienaar

13

Right centre

Cilliers

Henk

12

Left centre

De Jager

JW

11

Left wing

Van Heyningen

Janco

10

Fly half

Du Plessis

Zander

9

Scrum half

Braude

Ross

8

Number eight

Nieuwoudt

Arno

7

Right flanker

Theunissen

Marcel

6

Left flanker

Van Zyl

Jaap

5

Right lock

Wilken

Johan

4

Left lock

Marais

De Wet

3

Tight head prop

Fincham

John Henry

2

Hooker

Marais

Wihan

1

Loose head prop

Naude

Naude

Replacements

16

Hooker

JV Vuren

Luke

17

Prop

Agenbag

Herman

18

Utility forward

Steenkamp

WJ

19

Utility Forward

Gouws

Werner

20

Utility Forward

Roux

Handre

21

Scrum half

Odendaal

DC

22

Utility back

Kriel

Richard

23

Utility back

Vlitoor

Wycliff

 

 

PAUL ROOS GIMNASIUM 19A

 

1

Cameron Dawson

2

JJ Kotze

3

Hanru Jacobs

4

Mink Scharink

5

Ryno Niemand

6

Johan Bouwer

7

Philip van Dyk

8

Matthew Cordy

9

Gerado Jaars

10

Juan Mostert

11

Remy Engelbrecht

12

Rufus Dercksen ©

13

Brendan Venter

14

Regan vd Westhuizen

15

Colia Louis

16

Willem vd Hever

17

Alexander Mbete

18

Kobus Esterhuizen

19

Micardo du Preez

20

Jacques Viviers

21

Antonie Kock

22

Marias Cloete

23

Renier Benade




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