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Traditional rivals extend Grant Khomo winning momentum

WRAP: Traditional rivals, the Blue Bulls and Western Province, bagged vital wins while the Golden Lions edged Eastern Province on Day Two of Grant Khomo Week at Grey High School in Port Elizabeth.

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Boland made a statement in what was one of Day One’s biggest results when they beat the Lions 21-16.

This result gave them good momentum against the Blue Bulls on Day Two and they were leading 21-19 at half-time.

The Blue Bulls came out with new vigour in the second stanza to claim a 37-28 win, with fullback Drewyn Baron scoring a brace.

Western Province bagged their second win of the tournament with a 19-13 victory over the Sharks.

This result means that they will meet the Blue Bulls in their final match on Friday.

South Western Districts remain unbeaten after their 34-31 win over the Western Province XV side.

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The Golden Lions managed to bounce back from their loss to Boland as they got one over Eastern Province with replacement Jaydon Viljoen dotting down twice.

The two Bloemfontein-based sides had a successful day as Free State got a resounding 22-0 win over the Pumas and Free State XV edging the Falcons 17-15.

Free State XV wing Johan Dormehl scored a hat-trick which makes him the current top try-scorer with four to his name after two rounds.

The final round of the Grant Khomo week will take place at Grey High School on Friday.

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The Golden Lions, Border will start proceedings at 09.00 (SA time) on the Kolisi field.

U16 Grant Khomo Week Results – Day Two:

Pumas 0-22 Free State

Namibia 31-7 Border Country Districts

Border 21-10 Griffons

Zimbabwe 18-29 Limpopo Blue Bulls

SWD 34-31 WP XV

Falcons 15-17 Free State XV

Blue Bulls 37-28 Boland

Leopards 7-19 Griquas

WP 19-13 Sharks

Golden Lions 19 (14) Eastern Province 12 (12)

Fixtures for Friday 21 June (local time):

Kolisi Field:

09.00: Golden Lions v Border

10.20: Free State v Boland

11.30: Sharks v SWD

12.40: WP v Blue Bulls

Pollock Oval:

09.00: Pumas v Leopards

10.20: Free State XV v Griffons

11.30: WP XV v EP

Pyot Field:

09.00: Namibia v Zimbabwe

10.20: Border CD v Falcons

11.30: Griquas v Limpopo Blue Bulls

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