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FNB Top 20 - 7 August 2012

There is a changing of the guard at the top of the FNB Top 20 this week, following Gim's narrow victory in the Interschools.

The two Paarl schools have swapped places, though it was a match that Boishaai could well have won.

There are problems lower down. Paul Roos lost in Worcester and KES had a massive win in their last match. Grey PE beat Framesby and Glenwood drew on Goldstones. Bethlehem Voortrekker took a surprise tumble, Kearsney were well beaten and Michaelhouse, with two Old Boys in the Springboks squad, have stopped playing.

FNB Top 20 – 7 August 2012

1. Paarl Gim

2. Paarl Boys' High

3. Affies

4. Grey College of Bloemfontein

5. Outeniqua

6. Waterkloof

7. Dale

8. Noord-Kaap

9. KES

10. Centurion

11. Paul Roos

12. Grey High of Port Elizabeth

13. Boland Landbou

14. Glenwood

15. Framesby

16. Wynberg

17. Drostdy

18. Daniël Pienaar

19. Oakdale

20. EG Jansen

Those closest to the Top 20 are Bethlehem Voortrekker, Garsfontein, Kemptonpark, Maritzburg College, Nico Malan, Queen's and SACS

Teams just below this group are Ben Vorster, Diamantveld, Die Brandwag, Hoërskool Middelburg, HTS Middelburg, Hugenote of Wellington, Kearsney, Louis Botha, Menlopark and Welkom Gimnasium.



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