Tue 5 May 2015 | 02:04

Schools Top 20 - May 5

Schools Top 20 - May 5
Tue 5 May 2015 | 02:04
Schools Top 20 - May 5
In some ways the last while has been the most difficult time of the year when matches tend to happen erratically, not with the usual rhythm of the season.


Some of the results of matches played on Monday last week were used in last Tuesday's estimates.


The big game of the weekend was that in Bloemfontein when Paarl Boys' High came up to play Grey. It was a match of great endeavour won by the visitors, which meant that Grey had lost two matches in one week, which must be some sort of record.


For Boys' High it was a record – their first win over Grey in Bloemfontein.


But the most significant match of the weekend was Kempton Park's 30-12 win over HTS Middelburg. It was by far Kempton Park's best result of a season in which they had lost to Jeppe, Marais Viljoen, Marlow, Drostdy and Nelspruit.


Because so many schools did not play after Monday last week, it has been hard to make changes. The result is that there are only three changes in which Eldoraigne and Jeppe move up the ladder and Outeniqua get onto the ladder.



Schools Top 20 – May 5


1. Paul Roos


2. Paarl Boys' High


3. Monument


4. Nelspruit


5. Grey College of Bloemfontein


6. Eldoraigne


7. HTS Middelburg




9. Selborne


10. Oakdale


11. Jeppe


12. Dale


13. Waterkloof


14. Affies


15. Dr EG Jansen


16. Maritzburg College


17. Michaelhouse


18. Rondebosch


19. Paarl Gim


20. Outeniqua


Teams that are close to this list are Bishops, Boland Landbou, Diamantveld, Drostdy, Grey PE, Kempton Park, Noord-Kaap, Potchefstroom Gim, Queen's College, Stellenberg and Westville.

PV: 5