Sun 5 May 2019 | 11:41

Paul Roos Are Sanix Champions

Paul Roos Are Sanix Champions
Sun 5 May 2019 | 11:41
Paul Roos Are Sanix Champions
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Paul Roos Gymnasium of Stellenbosch struck gold on Sunday when they won the final of Sanix World Rugby Youth tournament with a huge score.

In the final Paul Roos met St Peter’s College of Auckland and won 52-5, a massive victory in a final. It is a record winning score and margin of victory since the tournament started in 2000.

Paul Roos scored six tries to one. Their tries were scored by : flank André Smith 2, eighthman Jarod Cairns, props Robbie Rodgers and Joubert Grobbelaar and left wing Luke Burger. Flyhalf Kade Wolhuter converted four tries and kicked three penalty goals. Substitute Christiaan van Blommenstein kicked a conversion and a penalty goal.

This is the fourth time Paul Roos have taken part. They were runners up in 2000 and 2014 and winners in 2015 and this year.

Previous Winners

2000: The King’s School (Australia)
2001: Grey College (South Africa)
2002: Boland Landbou (South Africa)
2003: Rotorua Boys’ High School (New Zealand)
2004: Rotorua Boys’ High School (New Zealand)
2005: Christchurch Boys’ High School (New Zealand)
2006: Christchurch Boys’ High School (New Zealand)
2007: Australia Westfields Sports High School (Australia)
2008: Glenwood High School (South Africa)
2009: Dax Landes High School (France)
2010: Hamilton Boys’ High School (New Zealand)
2011: Hamilton Boys’ High School (New Zealand)
2012: Kelston Boys’ High School (New Zealand)
2013: St Kentigern College (New Zealand)
2014: Hamilton Boys’ High School (New Zealand)
2015: Paul Roos Gymnasium (South Africa)
2016: Glenwood High School (South Africa)
2017: Lycée de la Borde Basse (France)
2018: Ratu Kadavulevu School (Fiji)

PV: 240


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