PREMIER INTERSCHOOL’S DERBY TEAM ANNOUNCEMENT: Paul Roos vs Grey High School

PREMIER INTERSCHOOL’S DERBY TEAM ANNOUNCEMENT: Paul Roos vs Grey High School

PREMIER INTERSCHOOL’S DERBY TEAM ANNOUNCEMENT:

Paul Roos vs Grey High School

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 will take on Grey High on their home turf on Saturday, 21 March at 13h00. The match will be televised live on SuperSport Eightfrom 12h55.

YouTube Link to magazine show featuring Damian Willemse, Craig Barry, Sergeal Petersen and JJ Engelbreghthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6MocEEEP50

Schedule Date Series Episode Schedule Time Channel Status
21-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Build-up Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey High School 12:50 SS8 Premier
21-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Build-up Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey High School 22:00 SS8 Repeat
22-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Build-up Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey High School 02:30 CSN / SS1 / SS1A Repeat
22-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Build-up Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey High School 10:00 CSN Repeat
23-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Build-up Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey High School 06:30 SS8 Repeat
24-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Build-up Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey High School 00:30 CSN Repeat
24-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Build-up Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey High School 13:20 SS1 / SS1A Repeat
20-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Preview Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey High School 16:15 SS1 / SS1A Repeat
21-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Rugby Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey High School 12:55 SS8 Live

MATCH DETAILS

Derby Date: 21 April 2018

Kick Off: 13h00

Hosting School: Paul Roos

Broadcast: SuperSport Eight

Team Lists: Below

 

Paul Roos

1st XV 2nd XV
Robbie Rogers Meiring Ebersohn
JJ Kotze © Jan Corrick
Mink Scharink Hanru Jacobs
Jarod Cairns Johan Smit ©
Micardo du Preez Daniel Swart
Johan Bouwer Matthew Cordy
Herman Heins Calvyn Louis
Andre Smit Kobus Tubb
Xander Botha Gerhard Cloete
Juan Mostert Johnie Solms
Tiaan Pretorius Keanu Lindoor
Brendan Venter Ruben Labuschagne
Regan vd Westhuizen Tyler Bocks
Remy Engelbrecht Cade Croy
Kade Wolhuter Renier Benade

Reserves:

16 — Mering Ebersohn

17 — Jan Corrick van der Walt

18 — Hanru Jacobs

19 – Mathew Cordy

20 — Gerhard Cloete

21 — Ruben Labuschgne

22 — Cade Croy

23 — Kobus Tubb

 

Grey High School

1st XV 2nd XV
15 E Franks A May
14 J Oosthuysen Paddock
13 L Matyolweni M Michau
12 LJ du Preez L Smuts ©
11 A Dalgleish J Kirsten
10 M Easton L Wolf
9 R Pedro (vc) D Vermaak
8 R Adams L Adam
7 Y Dlalda J Lyons (vc)
6 CJ Greeff D Parker
5 Laken T Moolman
4 D Ngcivana J Landman
3 S Adams M Nortje
2 C Slabbert © N Doster
1 W Griffin D Wolf

 Reserves

16. WOLF Daniel
17. DOSTER Nathan
18. NORTJE Marco
19. ADAM Litha
20. LYONS Joe
21. VERMAAK Darren
22. MICHAU Mark
23. MAY Antonio

 

Outeniqua vs Paal Boys High School Historic Overview 2018

Outeniqua vs Paal Boys High School Historic Overview 2018

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Outeniqua vs Paal Boys High School Historic Overview
Date: 14 April Kick-off: 14h00 Channel: SS 8

On Saturday 14th April Premier Interschools will me broadcasting its second instalment of the 2018 season when hosts Outeniqua will be playing Paarl Boys’ High. This being the year of the Paarl schools’ 150th year celebration and being unbeaten in 3 seasons on the local scene, the boys in blue have a huge target on their backs. The team will play under more pressure than their predecessors as they carry the pride and passion of a 150-year tradition and thousands of old boys and supporters. Coach Sean Erasmus will face his final and most difficult season with Paarl Boys in a time when much is expected of them. The experienced coach is however a man that thrives in these high-pressure situations and will surely keep the boys focused and well prepared for the job at hand.

That being said, the team will have to travel to George after their 150-year rugby festival to play against the local powerhouse that is Outeniqua.

The “Kwaggas” as they are known, is not a team to be underestimated at any given time. They have been a perennial top 10 ranked school for the last 10 years and have provided the bulk of the SWD Craven Week players for the region for decades.

Results through the Years

The two schools have a yearly derby since 2010 and have played each other 9 times since then. They have met on occasion in previous years, but not in the capacity of full Interschools as is the case currently. As can be seen from the results, the matches have in general been tight affairs with the exception being in 2017. The bulk of the games have been won by the Paarl team, but the margins remained very close as the average score is only 29-22 in favour of Paarl Boys’ High.

Date Outeniqua PBHS
2010/04/17 17 22
2011/04/16 7 20
2012/04/14 26 33
2013/04/13 45 36
2014/04/12 13 18
2015/04/18 17 23
2015/08/29 28 30
2016/04/09 27 29
2017/04/22 16 47
AVG Score 22 29

Rugby at Outeniqua

Outeniqua have a proud rugby tradition and is repeatedly found in the top 20 ranks of SA Schools, more often than not in the Top 10. To date they have produced 4 Springboks in Faan Conradie (1965) Johan Heunis (1981-1989), Marco Wentzel (2002) and their current and latest player, Warrick Gelant (2017).

The school hosts an annual u/14 festival over the Easter Holidays which is highly regarded and the top tournament for the age group in the country. Schools like Paul Roos, Paarl Gim, Paarl Boys, Waterkloof, Monnas, Affies, Grey College and Glenwood all send their youngsters to George to compete against the best.

Rugby at Paarl Boys’ High School

Rugby is an integral part of the Paarl Boys’ way of life. It is important to win, but that should not be the primary objective. A sportsman may never be abused to ensure the success of a team. The primary objective at Paarl Boys’ High must be one of enjoyment, for both player and coach. However, they also agree with the legendary Vince Lombardi when he said: ‘’Winning isn’t everything; it’s the only thing’’ they hold winning to be more than just points on the board. Winning relates to the values, commitment and the pursuit of the best of one’s abilities.

PBHS has produced 20 players that have represented South Africa since 1906 of which 18 have been capped for tests. They have provided some of the legends and most famous Springbok rugby players ever to have played in the Green and Gold. Players like Oom “Boy” and Fanie Louw, Piet “Spiere” du Toit, Mannetjies Roux, Ryk van Schoor, Carel Du Plessis and Corné Krige.

Paarl Boys’ High Springboks.

Bok No Name
112 Dirkie de Villiers
113 Cocky Hahn
147 *Louis Louw
182 Champion Myburgh
186 Jack Bester
207 Boy Louw
222 Fanie Louw
227 Manie Geere
247 Johnny Bester
253 Ben du Toit
278 Ryk van Schoor
313 Theuns Briers
332 Piet du Toit
367 Mannetjies Roux
391 Haas Schoeman
523 Carel du Plessis
661 *Wium Basson
676 Corne Krige
764 Gurthro Steenkamp
841 Francois Malherbe

Legendary “Oom” Boy Louw and Carel du Plessis also coached the Springboks. Corné Krige is still the only SA Schools captain who went on to captain the Springboks.

They regularly provide players for the WP Craven Week team and have also produced numerous SA Schools players and captains. They currently hold the record for most SA Schools players in the same season when they provided 8 players in 2016 in Gianni Lombaard (Fullback), Manny Ras (Centre), Khanya Ncusane (8th Man), Charl Serdyn (Flank), Salmaan Moerat (Lock and SA Schools Captain), Reece Bezuidenhout (Prop), Adam Neethling (Prop) and Daniel Jooste (Hooker).

The game will be broadcast live on Saturday 14 April on SuperSport Eight from 13.50

You can also catch the build-up Premier Interschools Magazine Show from Wednesday 11 April at 18:00 on SuperSport One featuring Sylvian Mahuza, Gurthro Steenkamp, Frans Malherbe

Schedule Date Series Season Episode Schedule Time Channel
14-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Build-up 2018 Outeniqua vs Paarl Boys High 13:50 SS8
15-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Build-up 2018 Outeniqua vs Paarl Boys High 02:00 SS10
15-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Build-up 2018 Outeniqua vs Paarl Boys High 08:00 CSN
17-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Build-up 2018 Outeniqua vs Paarl Boys High 11:50 SS8
18-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Build-up 2018 Outeniqua vs Paarl Boys High 03:10 SS1 / SS1A
11-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Preview 2018 Outeniqua vs Paarl Boys High 18:00 SS1 / SS1A
12-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Preview 2018 Outeniqua vs Paarl Boys High 04:35 SS6
12-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Preview 2018 Outeniqua vs Paarl Boys High 05:45 SS1 / SS1A
12-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Preview 2018 Outeniqua vs Paarl Boys High 12:00 SS6
12-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Preview 2018 Outeniqua vs Paarl Boys High 19:00 SS1 / SS1A
14-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Rugby 2018 Outeniqua vs Paarl Boys High 13:55 SS8
15-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Rugby 2018 Outeniqua vs Paarl Boys High 02:05 SS10
15-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Rugby 2018 Outeniqua vs Paarl Boys High 08:05 CSN
17-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Rugby 2018 Outeniqua vs Paarl Boys High 11:55 SS8
18-Apr-2018 Premier Interschools Rugby 2018 Outeniqua vs Paarl Boys High 03:15 SS1 / SS1A

…ENDS

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Tiaan Strauss, CEO Premier Interschools Pty Ltd.
Telephone: +27 (0)82 884 4770
Email: tiaan@megapro.co.za

About Premier Interschools

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.

Schoolboy rugby has served as one of the cornerstones of domestic rugby dating back more than a century, and true to its slogan “Honouring Heritage. Playing for the Future”, Premier Interschools is about history, heritage and tradition. The series, now in its sixth year, is expected to grow even stronger.

The Premier Interschools stories are further captured in 12 Preview Magazine Shows, which preview all the games and provide historical overviews of these traditional schools and highlight other academic, cultural and sporting achievements.

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

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Oakdale Landbou do enough in first half to down Boland Landbou in Premier Interschools

Oakdale Landbou do enough in first half to down Boland Landbou in Premier Interschools


28 Aug 2017

It was close, but Oakdale Landbou have the bragging rights as being the top rugby playing agricultural school in South Africa after beating Boland Landbou by 14-12 in a tightly contested Premier Interschools derby just outside Riversdale.

The hosts did just enough in the first half to secure a 14-12 victory over Boland Landbou to finish the season on ‘n high note. Oakdale Landbou led 14-3 at the break thanks to tries by captain and inside centre, Jay-Cee Nel, and prop Dian Bleuler. Both was converted by Nel.

The victory for Oakdale also insured that the trend of the home side coming out on top continued. The last side who managed to secure a victory away from home in the Premier Interschools was Oakdale back in 2010 with a score line of 3-0.

Boland Landbou had a lot of opportunities during the match, but somehow could not manage to cross the tryline.

As expected in a derby between the burly farmers it was a physical encounter. The teams were trading punches in the opening stages of the match without looking to land the knockout punch.

The scoring was opened in the 19th minute by Boland Landbou’s scrumhalf, Gavin Mills, who slotted the first of his four penalty goals. Mills (17th) and Nel (3rd) had shots at goal earlier in the derby, but missed.

It was not long afterwards that Nel took a flat pass from a scrum by scrumhalf, Lian du Toit, in a pre-planned move which caught the visitors on the wrong foot. Nel dived over with almost no-one getting a hand on him. Nel and flyhalf, Clyde Lewis, did a switch and this together with the accuracy and timing of the flat pass caught Boland Landbou’s defence off guard.

Du Toit also made the scoring pass to prop Dian Bleuler. This try came shortly after Nel’s and was set-up by a tap-and-go penalty from which Du Toit gave the inside pass to Bleuler from a resulting ruck. Nel converted to bring the score to 14-3 in his side’s favour, which was also the score at the break.

In the second half, all the points were scored via the boot of Mills who slotted three penalties to bring his side within touching distance at 14-12. Mills’ last successful penalty came in the 60th minute, which gave his side ten minutes to grab the victory from Oakdale.

Mills however was not on the field when his side was awarded a kickable penalty with time already up on the clock. Flyhalf, Darren Hendricks, stepped up, but missed. The final whistle went and Oakdale walked off as victors with 14-12.

Scorers:

Oakdale Landbou 14 (14) – Tries: Jay-Cee Nel, Dian Bleuler. Conversions: Nel (2).

Boland Landbou 12 (3) – Penalties: Gavin Mills (4).