Easter Rugby Festival roundup


At the end of a successful 2022 Standard Bank Kearsney Easter Rugby Festival, two teams remained unbeaten after three days of play in pouring rain and thick mud.

The Hoërskool monument in Krugersdorp and the Hoërskool Framesby in Gqeberha (Port Elizabeth) both returned home unblemished. Monument beat Westville Boys’ High School, Cradock’s Hoer Landbouskool Marlow and Durban High School. Framesby beat Hoërskool Dr EG Jansen, drew with Pretoria Boys High and won the festival final against Kearsney College.

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Durban High School (DHS) won the medal for Most Attractive Team Play during the festival, while Selborne College flank Tiaan Jacobs was chosen player of the event.

At the end of the ceremony, Kearsney Principal Elwyn van den Aardweg presented the Siripat Lions Rugby Club and KZN Rugby Union Development Program with the Boots and Balls kit collection, which will be refurbished and distributed to disadvantaged players by the Siripat Lions Rugby Club. and the KZN Rugby Union development programme.


Day 1 – Thursday April 14

Kearsney-Marlow 10-14; DHS-Waterkloof 23-5; Westville – Terminal 20-33; Nord-Kaap–Selborne 17-43; Glenwood–Pretoria Boys 29-12; Framesby – Dr. EG Jansen 22-19

Day 2 – Saturday April 16

Nord-Kaap – Westville 0-24; Monument – ​​Marlow 12-7; Kearsney-Waterkloof 12-10; Dr. EG Jansen – DHS 15-20; Pretoria Boys – Framesby 14-14; Glenwood–Selborne 15-14

Day 3 – Monday April 18

Glenwood – Dr. EG Jansen 10-17; Westville-Selborne 7-20; Monument- DHS 7-5; Marlow–Pretoria Boys 10-21; Waterkloof – Noord-Kaap 27-7; Kearsney–Framesby 26-6

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