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Schools Top 20 - April 24

Schools Top 20 - April 24
Wed 25 Apr 2018 | 08:11
Schools Top 20 - April 24

Grey College did not play while Paul Roos had a big win, and so we swapped Grey and Paul Roos. The same happened with Glenwood and Helpmekaar. Menlopark and Dr EG Jansen have also swap pied positions but that is because Menlopark beat EG in a close encounter.

Framesby had a big won over Daniël Pienaar and swap places with Grey High. Monument had a huge win over Garsfontein and so we have dropped Garsies from 20th spot and brought in Hilton who beat Maritzburg College.

Boland Landbou has not been promoted despite their massive win, because it would have been harsh to move Transvalia down after their big win.

Relevant results:

Paarl Gim vs SACS, 54-38
Paul Roos vs Grey Port Elizabeth, 43-8
Paarl Boys' High vs Wynberg, 32-28
Glenwood vs Kearsney, 58-8
Boland Landbou vs Rondebosch, 67-12
Transvalia vs Pietersburg, 64-17
Jeppe vs Westville, 59-32
Monument vs Garsfontein, 68-31
Menlopark vs Dr EG Jansen, 27-22
HTS Middelburg vs Kempton Park, 40-24

Schools Top 20 – April 24

1 Paarl Gim
2 Paul Roos
3 Grey College
4 Paarl Boys' High
5 Monument
6 Oakdale
7 Glenwood
8 Helpmekaar
9 Transvalia
10 Boland Landbou
11 Jeppe
12 Wynberg
13 Menlopark
14 Dr EG Jansen
15 Bishops
16 Ben Vorster
17 Framesby
18 Grey High
19 Drostdy
20 Hilton

There are many schools to put pressure on this Top 20, including Affies, Brackenfell, DHS, Die Brandwag of Port Elizabeth, Garsfontein, HTS Middelburg, Outeniqua, SACS, Stellenberg and St Andrew's of Grahamstown.

PV: 136

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