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Tue 13 May 2014 | 02:27

Schools Top 20 - May 13

Schools Top 20 - May 13
Tue 13 May 2014 | 02:27

Schools Top 20 - May 13


There were some big schools results around the country this week which have had a major influence on our rankings.

Eight of the teams in the Top 20 last week lost on the weekend, with eight more winning, one draw and three schools that did not play.

Our top side Grey College continued their unbeaten run with a good win against Affies in their Classic Clash and there were significant wins for Waterkloof over Menlopark, EG Jansen against HTS Middelburg and Nelspruit over Garsfontein – and those are just in the top ten.

Paul Roos continued their upward curve by beating Paarl Gim, whilst Paarl Boys High returned from Japan to hand Wynberg their first defeat this year, and Nelspruit's win against Garsfontein sees them make an appearance at the foot of the standings.

Other teams who continued their good form to stake a claim for a spot in the top 20 were Bishops, Dale, Jeppe and Kempton Park who beat the mighty Monument.

Schools Top 20 – May 13

1. Grey College of Bloemfontein

2. Waterkloof

3. Monument

4. HTS Middelburg

5. Menlopark

6. EG Jansen

7. Garsfontein

8. Glenwood

9. Selborne

10. Paarl Boys High

11. Paul Roos

12. Wynberg

13. Paarl Gim

14 Grey High of Port Elizabeth

15. Tygerberg

16. Maritzburg College

17. Outeniqua

18. Kearsney

19. Nelspruit

20. Affies

At the moment there is pressure on these from Bishops, Dale, Jeppe, Jim Fouché, Louis Botha, and Kempton Park.

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