Tue 23 May 2017 | 09:14

Schools Top 20 - May 23

Schools Top 20 - May 23
Tue 23 May 2017 | 09:14
Schools Top 20 - May 23

Selborne pulled off an unexpected 20-19 victory to see them leapfrog into the Top 20 while Grey's second consecutive defeat sees them lose more ground on Paarl Boys' High – who remain on top for the second week.


Since we started these rankings, there have been some dramatic changes each week and this week is no different. 

Most Top 10 teams have pulled off victories, so they have benefitted from defeats to Grey College and HTS Drostdy. Glenwood are the only side to have not played and as always, we reward those who have played.

In the bottom half there has been another shake-up as DHS and SACS were able to climb up following their victories. 

Another new inclusion into the Top 20 this week is Outeniqua, who defeated HTS Drostdy. As a result, Menlopark, Marlow, and Hudson Park shift into the pressure group. 

Relevant results:

Paarl Boys' High v Rondebosch, 73-7

Selborne College v Grey College, 20-19

Outeniqua v HTS Drostdy, 26-21

Boland Landbou v Wynberg, 62-17

KES v St Stithians, 71-17

DHS v Maritzburg College, 48-31


The full list of the week's results is available here

Schools Top 20 – May 23


1 Paarl Boys' High

2 Paarl Gim


4 Grey College

5 Waterkloof

6 Affies

7 Glenwood

8 Monument

9 Grey High

10 Drostdy


12 DHS

13 Paul Roos

14 Stellenberg

15 Helpmekaar

16 Selborne

17 Outeniqua

18 Framesby

19 Die Brandwag

20 Boland Landbou


The pressure group just under these: Ben Vorster, Bishops, Dale, Eldoraigne, Hermanus, Hilton, Hudson Park, Kearsney, Maritzburg College, Marlow, Menlopark, Nelspruit.

PV: 12