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2018 PREMIER INTERSCHOOLS FIXTURES PREVIEW
Premier Interschools features some of the top schoolboy teams in the country over 12 matches stretching from the 24th March to the 25th August 2018. Some of the oldest and fiercest rivals will battle it out over 23 weeks showcasing 15 different schools.
The planned fixtures for the year are as follows:

Maritzburg College vs Glenwood High School – 24/03/2018: Goldstones, Maritzburg College, Pietermaritzburg
The first game of the season sees the two giants from KZN going head to head in the sleepy hollow as the start of the season kicks off with a bang. This fixture makes a return to the Premier Interschools schedule after an absence of two years. The first match between the two schools was played in 1921 at Glenwood, which was won 5-0 by Glenwood. College dominated the earlier exchanges and has their current winning margin thanks to great teams during the 50’s, 60’s 70’s and 80’s. Since the 90’s Glenwood has developed into a real rugby powerhouse and have dominated the last 10 years, having played 15 games, where College could only manage one win and two draws. The biggest victory for College over Glenwood was 61-13 at College in 1995, while the biggest victory for Glenwood over College was 57-12 at Kings Park in 2015.

Hoërskool Outeniqua (Kwaggas) vs Hoër Jongenskool Paarl Boys' High School – 14/04/2018: Outeniqua High School, George
Another first for Premier Interschools is the derby between Outeniqua and Paarl Boys High. With this year being the Paarl School’s 150-year celebration, every game will have that little extra pressure to ensure the team does well. Although Paarl have dominated this fixture for the last 10 years with the boys from George having only one win in 2013, this derby has always been a close fought affair. The exciting brand of running rugby that Outeniqua brings against the disciplined and structured play from Paarl, always sees this match ebb and flow, with the result usually only decided in the last minute of play.

Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey High School – 21/04/2018: Markotter Fields, Paul Roos Gymnasium, Stellenbosch
The party moves to Stellenbosch next when the Maroon Machine takes on Grey High School in their annual interschools fixture. With an equal number of victories over the past eight years, Paul Roos will look to exact revenge for their 2-point loss in PE last year. They are rumoured to have one of their best sides this year, having more than half of the team retained from 2017 and we can’t wait to see what the boys from Stellenbosch will bring to the table in 2018. Grey High have also a few returning players and will know what to expect from the boys in maroon.

Paarl Gimnasium vs Paul Roos – 05/05/2018: JA Kriel Field, Paarl Gymnasium, Paarl
Paul Roos features again for their match against Paarl Gymnasium in Paarl. This have been a tough encounter for the boys from Stellenbosch over the last few years as they have only managed 2 wins since 2008. Paarl Gim will be hoping that the winter rain comes early so they can use their forwards and eliminate the threat of the Paul Roos backs on a hard-quick outfield. This might yet prove to be a futile hope as the maroon machine seems to have all the blocks ticked in the forwards department as well.

Hoërskool Monument High vs Hoërskool Waterkloof – 12/05/2018: Monument High School, Krugersdorp
The popular north vaal derby returns in May and promises to deliver a brand of exciting running rugby. Both schools are renowned for their love to give the ball some air which always makes for a spectacular encounter. Waterkloof have not been having the best of the results against Monument with their last win coming in 2012. Monument is another side that is rumoured to be very strong in 2018 and possible contenders for the highly rated Beeld trophy at the end of the season. Waterkloof have steadily been building the last couple of years and the results of their junior teams in previous seasons have given hope that the 2018 crop will once again be amongst the top teams in the country.

Paul Roos vs Paarl Boys High – 19/05/2018: Markotter Fields, Paul Roos Gymnasium, Stellenbosch
Once again Premier Interschools returns to the winelands to broadcast the battle of the Western Province giants of rugby when Paul Roos hosts their neighbor from Paarl. These two boys’ schools have a great relationship and friendly rivalry that goes back 150 years. Paul Roos will hope to return the favour by beating Paarl Boys in the latter’s 150th year celebration and spoil the party as the boys from Paarl did to Paul Roos in 2015. The blue brigade will have to cope with some extra pressures during their 150th season but with seasoned coach Sean Erasmus at the helm, it will help to steady the ship and bring about the best from the team.

Oakdale vs Outeniqua – 26/05/2018: Oakdale Agricultural School, Riversdale
Brand new on the Premier Interschools circuit is the big South-Western Districts derby between Oakdale and Outeniqua. This match usually decides who can claim the bragging rights as top dog in the region. The matches have been very evenly contested with no particular team getting more wins than the other. Oakdale had a 3-year winning streak from 2014 to 2016, but came up short in George last year by a measly 4 points. Outeniqua will look to extend their win of last year and make sure the farmers from Riversdale do not claim top honours in 2018. This match also closes the first half of the season for Premier Interschools.

Paarl Gymnasium vs Outeniqua – 21/07/2018: JA Kriel Field, Paarl Gymnasium, Paarl
The second half of the season kicks off with Outeniqua in action again. This time it is against their other rival from Paarl. This fixture has the knack to produce the unexpected and the last 10 games have been very closely matched with Outeniqua winning 5, Paarl Gim 4 and one draw. The Paarl side tends to have one eye on their Interschools with rival Paarl Boys the following week, and might not be as focused as they should be. This could be a contributing factor to the success rate of Outeniqua against these rugby giants.

Grey High School vs Grey College – 28/07/2018: Grey High School, Port Elizabeth
The two brother schools will line each other up at end of July in Port Elizabeth. Both teams will by then have established themselves well on the hierarchy of SA Schools for the 2018 season. The Bloemfontein outfit have had the better of their opponents from PE in the past 10 years with nine victories. This derby always has a special vibe about it because of the history between the schools as they share the same benefactor and founder in Sir George Grey.

Paarl Gimnasium vs Paarl Boys – 04/08/2018: Faure Street Stadium, Paarl
August sees the start of the great traditional “Interskole” games and to kick off this month of madness, Premier Interschools televises the biggest of them all. Northern Paarl vs Southern Paarl with twenty odd thousand old boys, old girls, moms, dads and fans will pack Faure Stadium to the rafters to watch the famous derby between these two great schools. There is no neutral ground on this day; you are blue and white or green, gold and red. You sit on the north side or on the south side. Tough, hard and no compromises, blood sweat and tears, all will be on show in this match that captures the essence of schoolboy rugby and enthrals a whole community
This is the last match for Paarl Boys in their 150th celebration and they would want to end on a high note while their northern neighbours would like nothing more than to spoil the parade.

Boland Landbouskool vs Oakdale – 18/08/2018: Boland Landbou,
Our second last match of the season features the two agricultural rivals of the Western Cape. These two schools regularly produce teams of outstanding quality from a very small player pool. This all comes down to the commitment of these players to their team and to their school. They are rarely out of the top 20 rankings and have produced numerous Craven Week players for their provinces. Their Interschools is usually a very close affair with neither team having a clear upper hand. Last year Oakdale won in a very close game, beating Landbou by only 2 points. This is a interschools derby of note and the winning margin should not be more than 5 points on the day.

Diocesan College vs Rondebosch Boys' High School – 25/08/2018: Piley Rees, Diocesan College, Rondebosch Cape Town
The last Premier Interschools game of the season is the old Cape derby between Bishops and Rondebosch. One of the oldest rivalries in South Africa and one of the most well attended games as well. Old Boys come from all over the world to attend the weekend festivities with the Saturday rugby match as the highlight.
Bishops is on a 5-match losing streak and is still looking for that elusive 100th win against their old rivals. Weather permitting, this match will be full of running rugby and a feast for the schoolboy rugby lover. A perfect way to end the season.
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The 2018 Premier Interschools season fixtures are just about ready! We will release as soon as all the games are confirmed. Looking forward to another great year of massive schoolboy rugby derbies! ...

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

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 clash, 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).
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To those who missed it.....Watch the Hoër Landbouskool Oakdale vs Boland Landbouskool game here: 1st half > www.youtube.com/watch?v=pISU2lT7iJo

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Watch the Hoër Landbouskool Oakdale vs Hoër Landbouskool Boland build-up show here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLsl0qR89rAOakdale Landbou vs Boland Landbou, Saturday 26 August on SS10 at 13:55 ...

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Is the final game of the year: Hoër Landbouskool Oakdale vs Hoër Landbouskool Boland live Saturday at 2pm on SS10. Do not miss the build-up show Wednesday at 19:45 on SS1, featuring Deon Carstens and CJ Stander! ...

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Grey College on top against Paul Roos after gutsy performance

Grey College managed to hang-on for a narrow 30-28 victory over Paul Roos Gimnasium in their annual Premier Interschools Saturday at the Markotter Stadium in Stellenbosch.

The visitors from Bloemfontein had to defend the narrow two-point lead with only 14 men on the pitch during the last seven minutes of the clash after their fullback, David Kriel, was sinbinned for a spear tackle. The 14-men of Grey College showed a lot of guts to keep Paul Roos from snatching victory from them.

Paul Roos had a dream start to the Premier Interschool with hooker, JJ Kotzé, and flyhalf, Juan Mostert, scoring tries in the first five minutes of the match both of which was converted by fullback, Colia Louis, to give their side a 14-0 lead.

Grey College opened their account in the tenth minute thanks to a penalty goal by flyhalf, Zander du Plessis. A few minutes later Du Plessis doubled his team’s score with another penalty.

Prop Naudé Naudé crashed over for the visitors’ first try which was also converted by Du Plessis. Grey increased the tempo of the match to take control. Paul Roos’ lead was down to a single point at 14-13 at this stage.

Louis, who had his kicking boots on then extended his side’s lead to 17-13 with his first of three penalty goals. He only missed one attempt at goal during the match.

Grey College took the lead for the first time in the match when winger Pienaar van Niekerk scored in the 26th minute of the match. Du Plessis was successful with the conversion to give Grey a 20-17 lead.

Grey College’s hooker, Wihan Marais, scored his side third try which was also converted by Du Plessis to give his side a 27-17 lead at the break.

Grey College’s forwards with their captain and flanker, Marcel Theunissen, leading the way defended as if their lives depended on it. Lock Johan Wilken made a try-saving tackle on Paul Roos’ winger Remy Engelbrecht late in the match.

Paul Roos’ hooker and Man-of-the-Match, JJ Kotzé, gave his side hope with his second try to bring the deficit down to only two points at 30-28. Kriel was yellow carded shortly after that, but Grey managed to pull through winning by 30-28 thanks to some gutsy defence.

Scorers:

Grey College 30 (27) – Tries: Naudé Naudé, Pienaar van Niekerk, Wihan Marais. Doelskoppe: Zander du Plessis (3). Penalties: Du Plessis (3).
Paul Roos Gimnasium 28 (17) – Tries: JJ Kotzé (2), Juan Mostert. Conversions: Colia Louis (2). Penalties: Louis (3).
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Watch the Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey College, Bloemfontein build-up show here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkUl9DlSIGIyoutube.com ...

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It is going to be an awesome battle in Stellenbosch this weekend: Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey College, Bloemfontein ...

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BIG GAME THIS WEEKEND: Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Grey College, Bloemfontein! Game will be broadcast live this coming Saturday on SS10 at 14:00. Be sure to watch the Build-up show Wednesday at 19:45 on SS1! Featuring Coenie Oosthuizen, Steven Kitshoff, and Craig Barry ...

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Dear schoolboy rugby fans: Unfortunately Premier Interschools will not be showing the Maritzburg College vs King Edward VII School fixture this afternoon due to a fire that broke out in Pietermaritzburg yesterday. The game has been cancelled. Our thoughts are with the people of Pietermaritzburg and Maritzburg College. ...

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Watch the Maritzburg College vs King Edward VII School build-up show here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWZCRN5sh1wCatch Premier Interschools Rugby, Maritzburg College v King Edward VII this Saturday on SS12 at 14:10 ...

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For those who missed it, or want to watch it again - here are all the Hoër Jongenskool Paarl Boys' High School vs Paarl Gimnasium links:
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Another awesome derby coming this Saturday: Maritzburg College vs King Edward VII School. Game will be broadcasted live Saturday at 14:10 on SS10. Be sure to watch the buildup show Wednesday at 19:45 on SS1 ...

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It was a tense and tough 70 minutes of premier schoolboy rugby in the Faure Street Stadium in Paarl, but Paarl Boys’ High is still the top team in Paarl as well as in South Africa for 2017.

Boys’ High came out on top 18-13 against Paarl Gimnasium in their annual Premier Interschools. The game is without a doubt the biggest school match in the world with more than 25 000 attending the match.

Not even the Super Rugby final in Johannesburg between the Lions and Crusaders with the same kick-off time managed to steal any thunder from this prestigious event.

Boys’ High also finished their South African season unbeaten for a third successive season with this victory. Their last defeat on South African soil came against Marlow Landbou back in 2014. Boys’ High, however, lost earlier this year during their New Zealand tour against Christchurch Boys’ High (38-36).

The first half of the match belonged to Gimmies and they enjoyed a narrow 10-8 lead at the break. Gimmies almost drew first blood in the game after launching an attack from within their own 22 with captain and fullback, Muller du Plessis, creating an overlap with his quick feet. Eightman, Henco Martins, almost rounded off the move, but was just outsprinted by Boys’ High captain and fullback, Thaakier Abrahams.

Boys’ High flyhalf, Abner van Reenen, opened the scoring with a penalty. Shortly afterwards winger Luka Ferreira went over in the corner for a try and it seemed for a few minutes that Boys’ High have taken control of the match.

Gimmies’ flyhalf, Ruben Scholtz, also opened his side’s scoring with a penalty. After some good work by winger Stravino Jacobs captain, Du Plessis crossed the line. Scholtz converted to give Gimmies the lead of 10-8 at the break.

It was quite clear that Boys’ High missed the physical presence of their regular captain, Francke Horn, as well as loose forward Evan Roos in their pack. Gimmies’ pack of forwards controlled things upfront with burly lock Adriaan Ludick, hooker Chris Rossouw and flanker Corné Uys leading the onslaught.

When Gimmies got their rolling maul on they took Boy’s High for a game drive of the Faure Street Stadium turf of at least 20 meters at a time.

Boys’ High centre Divan Enslin scored early in the second half to help his side retake the lead at 13-10. Van Reenen converted to stretch the lead to 15-10. Gimmies had a few opportunities after this, but decided to rather try and setup some rolling mauls from penalties than taking a shot at goal. Boys’ High defence remained rock-solid which proofed telling.

Scholtz and Van Reenen exchanged penalty goals to take the score to 18-13. Gimmies had a great opportunity for glory with the final movement of the game as they kicked for touch after being awarded a penalty by referee, Rasta Rasivhenge. The lineout was lost and Boys’ High secured their third successive victory in this prestigious Premier Interschools clash by winning 18-13.

Scorers:

Paarl Boys’ High 18 (8) – Tries: Luka Ferreira, Divan Enslin. Conversion: Abner van Reenen. Penalties: Van Reenen. Paarl Gimnasium 13 (10) –Try: Muller du Plessis. Conversion: Ruben Scholtz. Penalties: Scholtz (2).
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Be sure to watch the Paarl Gimnasium vs Hoër Jongenskool Paarl Boys' High School build-up show TONIGHT at 19:45 on SS1! Featuring Jean de Villiers, Dewald Duvenhage, JD Shickerling, Ernst vs Rhyn, Frans Malherbe, Thomas Du Toit, SP Marais! ...

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