15.co.za | Rugby News, Live Scores, Results, Fixtures 2016-05-27T12:53:38Z http://www.rugby15.co.za/feed/atom/ RugbyViews <![CDATA[AG MAN DIS LEKKER HIER OP LOFTUS… #PaleToe]]> http://www.rugby15.co.za/?p=54686 2016-05-27T12:53:38Z 2016-05-27T12:47:47Z Skrywer: Dwarslat #PaleToe

Dagsê aan almal, insluitend vriend en vyand van Noord en Suid.

Die uwe, Dwarslat ag homself as ‘n gelukkige mens. Hy bly lekker, braai gereeld en het geleentheid om legendes van die rugby wêreld te sien groot word.

“Jou brood is albei kante gebotter,” sê my buurman vir my gister. “Jy het ‘n rugbyspan wat darem nog wen. My seun vra ek moet hom ‘n blok van die skool aflaai nadat Fort Loftus se deure vir my Stormertjies toegeklap het en my vrou is nog kwaad oor ons die huis se adres vergeet het nadat ons ‘n paar keer om die wêreld was by Trademarx se kuipe.” 

Ek voel jammer vir die man, want in ons huis heers liefde en vrede. Vroulief het nou nog nie gesê wat sy bedoel het met ‘jou beurt sal kom’ nie en my kinders het nog vriende wat wil oorslaap.

Ek is bekommerd oor mevrou Dwarslat se geheimenis, want haar span loop los voor in vanjaar se Supergedoente en Saterdag-aand was sy die ene liefde nadat ons die Bulls en Sharkies se oorwinnings gevier het. Soos ek gesê het, ek is stilweg bekommerd…, maar nie naastenby soos wat ek glo Toetie moet wees nie.

Ek sê vanoggend vir Jan Slaghuis dat ons oorsese Bokke seker lekker lag oor die getjommel hier tuis. Bakkies Botha het al vertel hoe lekker hulle daar in Frankryk gebly het en op ‘n kol begin wors maak het wat hulle aan die Aussies verkoop het. Dit terwyl die Hollander met sy nimmereindigende kredietkaart al wat jong potensiële Springbok hier wegrokkel, en Montpellier meer as twaalf Suid Afrikaanse spelers het.

Jan reken Toetie moet vasbyt en net plaaslike spelers kies vir die Iere se toer en vergeet van ‘n man soos Duane Vermeulen wat binnegevegte het met sy Europese klub.

“Ons raak al hoe erger, byna soos die sokkerspelers wat links en regs koop en verkoop word en te hel sê vir hul nasionale spanne. Mag dit ons behoede bly dat die Internasionale Rugbyraad te lamsakkig is om hierdie klubs te roskam en te stop.

“Een van die dae moet ons die manne begin gradeer, klas jy weet, soos ‘n mens met skape maak. 

“Dalk is dit nie ‘n slegte idee nie, dan klas ons die manne in Groen-en-Goud wat hier bly en hulle speel met ‘n spesiale Springbok, iets wat die Ministertjie sal bly maak. Iets soos ‘n Proteatjie in die Bok se bek wat wys hulle is ‘n rasegte Suid Afrikaans geteelde stoet.”

Neef Gerhard sê hy bly wakker vir Toetie se aankondiging Saterdag-aand, al kom dit met KykNET se nuus.

“Ek gaan maak soos die Ministertjie en fyn kyk hoe hy dié Bokspan se kies gaan regkry en as hy nog steeds vlek kry van die Ah-en-Seer kant, gaan ek maak soos Fiekie altyd doen en skree: ‘moer hulle’.

“Ek is by bly verby dat Akkers die SA-A span gaan afrig, want dan kan Toetie mos afkyk en wen, net soos my Leeutjies”, glimlag die slimme neef van my.

Saterdag gaan ek my hande vol hè, nie net van my familie nie, maar ook veral van mevrou Dwarslat en haar ‘jou-beurt-sal-kom’. Want wie ookal die stryd anderkant die Boereworsgordyn wen, het bragging rights.

Dwarslat waag met dié spulletjie as moontlike manne in Groen-en-Goud:

Willie le Roux, Cheslin Kolbe, JP Pietersen, Ruan Combrinck, Lwazi Mvovo, Jesse Kriel, Lionel Mapoe, Damian de Allende, Jan Serfontein, Patrick Lambie, Johan Goosen, Elton Jantjies (as hy reg is vir die Iere), Rudy Paige, Faf de Klerk, Ruan Pienaar, Duane Vermeulen, Warren Whiteley, Siya Kolisi, Jaco Kriel, Francois Louw, Pieter-Steph du Toit, Franco Mostert, Eben Etzebeth, Lood de Jager, Frans Malherbe, Julian Redelinghuys, Scarra Ntubeni, Bongi Mbonambi, Adriaan Strauss, Beast Mtwarira, Trevor Nyakane.

Kaptein? Dis óf Adriaan Strauss óf Pat Lambie.

Of dalk verras Toetie ons heeltemal.

Groete uit Luilekkerland.

Dwarslat.

Foto: Willem Loock / @Nader_pale_toe

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RugbyViews <![CDATA[Vodacom Blue Bulls Currie Cup side ‘beefs’ up for Leopards]]> http://www.rugby15.co.za/?p=54684 2016-05-27T12:33:32Z 2016-05-27T12:33:32Z Fullback Warrick Gelant makes his much anticipated return to action on Saturday when the Vodacom Blue Bulls take on the Leopards at Loftus Versfeld in the Currie Cup Qualifying tournament.

Gelant broke his jaw playing for the Vodacom Bulls against the Sunwolves at the end of March, but has now fully recovered and was named by Vodacom Blue Bulls Currie Cup coach, Hendré Marnitz.

 

Gelant will find a number of familiar faces in the side, with nine players boasting Vodacom Super Rugby experience.

 

Marnitz was quick to express his excitement about the team to face the Leopards: “It was tough not to get excited when putting the team together. Having nine guys with Super Rugby experience, including a Springbok prop in Werner Kruger, will certainly assist our campaign. It also adds immense value to the youngsters in the squad. The Leopards is a great side that plays some really exciting rugby, and have some tried and tested combinations that have come through from Varsity cup.”

 

The Vodacom Blue Bulls team is: 15. Warrick Gelant, 14. Jade Stighling, 13. Aclino Izaacz, 12. Dan Kriel, 11 Divan Rossouw, 10. Joshua Stander, 9. Ivan van Zyl, 8. Hanro Liebenberg (c), 7. Renaldo Bothma, 6. Roelof Smit, 5. Marvin Orie, 4. Ashton Fortuin, 3. Werner Kruger, 2. Jaco Visagie, 1. Nqobisizwe Mxoli. Replacements: 16. Corniel Els, 17. Etienne Swanepoel, 18. Abongile Nonkontwana, 19. Ruan Steenkamp, 20. Andre Warner, 21. Kurt Webster, 22. Kefentse Mahlo.

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RugbyViews <![CDATA[England vs Wales Teamsheets #ENGvWAL #WealthCup]]> http://www.rugby15.co.za/?p=54678 2016-05-27T10:35:23Z 2016-05-27T10:35:23Z Match: England vs Wales (Old Mutual Wealth Cup)

Date: 29 May 2016 (Sunday)

Kick-off: 16h00 SA Time

Venue: Twickenham Stadium

TV: SS8 (SA)

Follow on Twitter: @RugbyFifteen

RFU

England:

15. Mike Brown (VC)

14. Anthony Watson

13. Jonathan Joseph

12. Luther Burrell

11. Marland Yarde

10. George Ford

9. Ben Youngs

1. Matt Mullan

2. Dylan Hartley (C)

3. Dan Cole

4. Joe Launchbury

5. Courtney Lawes

6. Teimana Harrison

7. James Haskell

8. Jack Clifford

Replacements:

16. Tommy Taylor

17. Ellis Genge

18. Paul Hill

19. Dave Attwood

20. Matt Kvesic

21. Danny Care

22. Ollie Devoto

23. Elliot Daly

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Wales:

15 Liam Williams

14 George North

13 Scott Williams

12 Jamie Roberts

11 Hallam Amos

10 Dan Biggar

9 Rhys Webb

1 Rob Evans

2 Scott Baldwin

3 Samson Lee

4 Jake Ball

5 Alun Wyn Jones

6 Ross Moriarty

7 Dan Lydiate (C)

8 Taulupe Faletau

Replacements:

16 Kristian Dacey

17 Gethin Jenkins

18 Rhodri Jones

19 Josh Turnbull

20 James King

21 Lloyd Williams

22 Rhys Priestland

23 Gareth Anscombe

 

 

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RugbyViews <![CDATA[JONES NAMES FOUR UNCAPPED PLAYERS NAMED TO FACE WALES]]> http://www.rugby15.co.za/?p=54676 2016-05-27T10:04:30Z 2016-05-27T10:04:30Z Eddie Jones has named four uncapped players in his match-day 23 to face Wales for the Old Mutual Wealth Cup at Twickenham Stadium (kick-off 3pm, live on Sky Sports).

Northampton Saints back-row forward Teimana Harrison will earn his first England cap at blind-side flanker replacing Chris Robshaw (Harlequins) who is rested. Elsewhere the uncapped trio of Sale Sharks hooker Tommy Taylor, Leicester Tigers loose-head prop Ellis Genge and Bath Rugby centre Ollie Devoto are included as replacements.

Jack Clifford (Harlequins) starts at No 8 with Joe Launchbury (Wasps) and Courtney Lawes (Northampton Saints) making up the second-row pairing. There are also starts for Wasps loose-head prop Matt Mullan, Harlequins wing Marland Yarde and Northampton Saints centre Luther Burrell.

Dave Attwood (Bath Rugby), Matt Kvesic (Gloucester Rugby) and Paul Hill (Northampton Saints) are also named amongst the replacements.

“We’ve picked a side we believe can beat Wales,” said England head coach Jones. “It’s a good mixture of experienced players and youth.

“Obviously we have a number of players missing from the squad who are taking part in the Premiership Final but this provides us with a great opportunity to expose other players to Test rugby. This will serve to strengthen the squad’s depth as we move towards the 2019 World Cup.

“We’ve prepared well this week and I’m pleased with the progress the squad have made in the time we’ve had together. There’s been plenty of energy and enthusiasm and you can tell the lads have enjoyed being back in camp.

“As always there were some tight calls on selection and that’s how we want it. There are some new faces to the squad. Teimana Harrison gets a start at six, which is a great chance for him to make a statement ahead of the tour to Australia. Ellis Genge and Tommy Taylor have all trained well this week and deserve their spots in the 23.

“This is an important Test match and a great opportunity for us to play some positive, physical rugby. We are a young team learning our craft, Wales are an experienced team; it’ll be great test for us.

“We can’t wait to get back to Twickenham to play in front of a massive crowd. England versus Wales is a special occasion and we look forward to giving our loyal fans something to cheer about.”

England match-day 23 for the Old Mutual Wealth Cup game against Wales

15. Mike Brown (vice captain, Harlequins, 48 caps)
14. Anthony Watson (Bath Rugby, 20 caps)
13. Jonathan Joseph (Bath Rugby, 21 caps)
12. Luther Burrell (Northampton Saints, 12 caps)
11. Marland Yarde (Harlequins, 7 caps)
10. George Ford (Bath Rugby, 22 caps)
9. Ben Youngs (Leicester Tigers, 57 caps)

1. Matt Mullan (Wasps 9 caps)
2. Dylan Hartley (captain, Northampton Saints, 71 caps)
3. Dan Cole (Leicester Tigers, 61 caps)
4. Joe Launchbury (Wasps, 32 caps)
5. Courtney Lawes (Northampton Saints, 45 caps)
6. Teimana Harrison (Northampton Saints, uncapped)
7. James Haskell (Wasps, 67 caps)
8. Jack Clifford (Harlequins, 5 caps)

Replacements

16. Tommy Taylor (Sales Sharks, uncapped)
17. Ellis Genge (Leicester Tigers, uncapped)
18. Paul Hill (Northampton Saints, 1 cap)
19. Dave Attwood (Bath Rugby, 22 caps)
20. Matt Kvesic (Gloucester Rugby, 2 caps)
21. Danny Care (Harlequins, 58 caps)
22. Ollie Devoto (Bath Rugby, uncapped)
23. Elliot Daly (Wasps, 3 caps)

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RugbyViews <![CDATA[Two forced changes for DHL WP]]> http://www.rugby15.co.za/?p=54674 2016-05-27T08:18:53Z 2016-05-27T08:18:53Z DHL Western Province coach John Dobson has been forced to make two changes to his starting line-up for their clash with ORC Griquas at DHL Newlands on Saturday.

Dobson has lost the services of centre Daniel du Plessis and lock JD Schickerling who have been called up to the DHL Stormers team for their Vodacom Super Rugby match against the Toyota Cheetahs.

As a result EW Viljoen makes his first start of the season at outside centre with Tim Whitehead moving to inside centre, while Jurie van Vuuren fills the vacancy in the second row for the clash against the unbeaten ORC Griquas which kicks off at 12h00 on Saturday and not 12h15 as originally scheduled.

There are a few new faces on the replacements bench as well with Tygerberg star Dale Wilson set to make his senior DHL Western Province debut, while Eital Bredenkamp, Ryan Oosthuizen and Grant Hermanus, returning from injury, are all back in the mix.

Dobson knows that the unbeaten ORC Griquas will present a stern test for his charges.

“The ORC Griquas have been very impressive this season winning all seven of their games so far, so we know that we have our work cut out.

“The team is embracing the challenge, and we are looking forward to testing ourselves against the top side in the competition,” he said.

Saturday is the International Day of Action for Women’s Health, and DHL Western Province will be wearing pink armbands in support of PinkDrive to raise awareness of Breast Cancer.

DHL Western Province: 15 Devon Williams, 14 Khanyo Ngcukana, 13 EW Viljoen, 12 Tim Whitehead, 11 JP Lewis, 10 Scott van Breda, 9 Justin Phillips, 8 Kobus van Dyk, 7 Janco Venter, 6 Luke Stringer, 5 Chris van Zyl (captain), 4 Jurie van Vuuren, 3 Frans van Wyk, 2 Chad Solomon, 1 JP Smith.
Replacements: 16 Mike Willemse, 17 Kyle Whyte, 18 Eital Bredenkamp, 19 Dale Wilson, 20 Damian Stevens, 21 Ryan Oosthuizen, 22 Grant Hermanus.

Referee: Quinton Immelman

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RugbyViews <![CDATA[BMW Australia U20s name side for final pre-World Cup clash]]> http://www.rugby15.co.za/?p=54672 2016-05-27T08:14:58Z 2016-05-27T08:14:58Z The BMW Australia U20s side has been named for their clash against NSW Country this Saturday at Chatswood Oval, with Head Coach Adrian Thompson naming his strongest side available to take on the Cockatoos.

Thompson has kept 11 of the starting 15 players that defeated New Zealand at Bond University on the Gold Coast with utility backs, Jordan Jackson-Hope and Nick Jooste still on Super Rugby duties with the Brumbies.

Queensland Reds scrumhalf, James Tuttle will get his first opportunity in the gold jersey for 2016, having been on duty with the Reds throughout Super Rugby.

This match is the last opportunity for the U20s to test themselves in match conditions before heading to the World Rugby U20s Championship in Manchester this June.

BMW Australia U20s Head Coach Adrian Thompson: “We have picked our strongest side available for this match and the coaches have very clear expectations of what we want from the team.

“This team has worked very hard in camp, but after the scrappy performance against the Australian Barbarians earlier in the week the whole squad needs to lift to ensure our excellent preparation for the World Championships continue.”

The BMW Australia U20s play the NSW Country Cockatoos this Saturday at 5.45pm at Chatswood Oval in Sydney.

1. Faalelei Sione
2. Josh Taylor
3. Tyrel Lomax
4. Ryan McAuley
5. Izack Rodda
6. Angus Robertson
7. Liam Wright
8. Maclean Jones
9. James Tuttle
10. Mack Mason
11. Liam McNamara
12. Sione Tuipulotu
13. Liam Jurd
14.Ah-Mu Tuimalealifano
15. Jack Maddocks

Reserves
16. Jordan Uelese
17. Richie Asiata
18. Sham Vui
19. Rob Leota
20. Ikapote Tupai
21. Harry Nucifora
22. Tom Molloy
23. Moses Sorovi
24. Sapesa Loga-Tarogi

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RugbyViews <![CDATA[LIONS u18 and u16 PROVINCIAL TRIALS TEAMS 2016]]> http://www.rugby15.co.za/?p=54665 2016-05-27T08:09:07Z 2016-05-27T08:09:07Z  

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RugbyViews <![CDATA[COWAN TO LEAD FORCE INTO BATTLE WITH REBELS]]> http://www.rugby15.co.za/?p=54662 2016-05-27T07:41:52Z 2016-05-27T07:41:52Z The Western Force have made four changes to the match-day 23 to face the Melbourne Rebels at AAMI Park on Sunday afternoon with club stalwart Pek Cowan to captain the side in the absence of Matt Hodgson.

 

Replacing the injured Hodgson is Chris Alcock who slots straight back into the starting XV having recovered from a knee injury suffered against the Rebels back in Round One. In the other changes to the side Peter Grant returns to wear the No.10 jersey while Heath Tessmann and Solomoni (Junior) Rasolea will both look to make an impact off the bench.

 

Western Force Head Coach, Michael Foley said the team is looking forward to the challenge the Rebels pose and he will look to his leaders to step up and fill the void left by Hodgson.

 

“‘Hodgo’ is obviously a loss in terms of his play and leadership and while Pek (Cowan) will assume the captaincy, every player understands the need to step up,” he said. “Pek has been around from day one and with Alby, was asked to lead the team in Matt’s absence in the pre-season.

 

“Clashes with the Rebels are always tight and we expect nothing different this weekend. Last week we controlled possession and position for large portions of the game and while I felt we were a little unlucky to not be rewarded, we’ve remained focused on areas we can control.”

 

In the front row, Cowan will captain the side for the fourth time in his career as he makes his first start since returning from a broken arm, Harry Scoble again gets the nod at hooker with Guy Millar to pack down at tighthead.

 

In the second row Ross Haylett-Petty will continue to build his solid partnership with Adam Coleman and Coleman will be looking to perform strongly and impress national coach Michael Cheika after being named in the Wallabies squad for the June Test Series yesterday.

 

In the backrow Brynard Stander starts at blindside with Alcock at openside while Ben McCalman completes the starting pack at No.8.

 

In the halves, Peter Grant returns at flyhalf and can expect quality service from Alby Mathewson this week when the veteran scrumhalf runs out for his 50th appearance in the Western Force jersey.

 

In the midfield, Kyle Godwin and Ben Tapuai will look to straighten the attack and take on the defence after showing some good chemistry in last week’s clash with the Blues.

 

The ever consistent back three of Marcel Brache, Luke Morahan and Dane Haylett-Petty at full back round out the starting side.

 

Coming off the bench, Heath Tessman will be keen to make his presence known in his return from a groin strain while the Force will look to get plenty of production from the likes of Angus Cottrell, Solomoni Rasolea and Semisi Masirewa when called upon.

 

 

1              Pek Cowan (C)

2              Harry Scoble

3              Guy Millar

4              Ross Haylett-Petty

5              Adam Coleman

6              Brynard Stander

7              Chris Alcock

8              Ben McCalman

9              Alby Mathewson

10           Peter Grant

11           Luke Morahan

12           Kyle Godwin

13           Ben Tapuai

14           Marcel Brache

15           Dane Haylett-Petty

 

  1. Heath Tessmann
  2. Francois Van Wyk
  3. Tetera Faulkner
  4. Rory Walton
  5. Angus Cottrell
  6. Ryan Louwrens
  7. Solomoni Rasolea
  8. Semisi Masirewa

 

2016 Asteron Life Super Rugby – Week 14

Western Force vs Melbourne Rebels

AAMI Park, Melbourne

Sunday, 29 May 2016

Kick-off: 2:05PM AWST

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RugbyViews <![CDATA[Preview: Southern Kings vs Jaguares]]> http://www.rugby15.co.za/?p=54658 2016-05-27T06:16:29Z 2016-05-27T06:15:49Z The Southern Kings will host the Jaguares for the first time in the history of the Vodacom Super Rugby competition when they face each other at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Friday evening.
Along with the Southern Kings and Sunwolves, the Jaguares are one of three newly added teams after SANZAR confirmed in 2014 the expansion to the competition from 15 teams to 18 in 2016.

The Jaguares boasted no less than 22 players who represented Argentina at the 2015 Rugby World Cup and a handful of uncapped International players.

The Jaguares travelled to Bloemfontein to face the Cheetahs in their first match. The home side raced to a 24 – 3 lead at the close of the first quarter and ended the first half with a 24 – 17 lead. The visitors, however, fought back to record their maiden Vodacom Super Rugby win, 34 – 33. The following week they lost to the Cell C Sharks in Durban, 19 – 15.

They returned to Argentina where they faced the Chiefs in their first home game at the Jose Amalfitani Stadium in Buenos Aires. The home side had a slender one point lead at the break and despite a seesaw battle throughout the match the Jaguares took the lead with just over five minutes to play. The Chiefs, however, managed to score the winning try in the final minute to take the game 30 – 26 at the end.

They suffered a further five straight losses, including a 22 – 40 defeat at the hands of last year’s runners-up, the Hurricanes, and a 28 – 36 defeat to the Sunwolves in Tokyo.

They returned home to face the Southern Kings in Round 10. The home side raced to a 28 – 3 lead at the end of the first quarter and adding another twelve points before the half ended, 40 – 15. The second half didn’t get any easier for the Southern Kings as the Jaguares added another thirty three points to end the game with only their second win, 73 – 27.

Since then the Jaguares lost to the Sharks at home and the Lions in Johannesburg, 22- 25 and 24 – 52 respectively.

The Southern Kings returned home to face the Blues at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium. The home side put in a brave performance against the three time Super Rugby champions, but lapses in concentration saw the home side slip tries at crucial times as the game ended 18 – 34 to the Blues.

The defeat to the New Zealanders came at a price as the Southern Kings had to travel to Bloemfontein to face the Cheetahs without a number of key players. The loss of captain Steven Sykes, CJ Velleman, Chris Cloete and seasoned prop Schalk Ferreira was evident as the home side won 34 – 20.

The Southern Kings will have to dig deep and take a hard look at themselves this week after a determined Sharks side scored 53 unanswered points against the visitors in their return match at Kingspark this past Saturday.

Southern Kings coach, Deon Davids made four changes to his starting XV. Amongst the backs, Wandile Mjekevu who is on loan from the Cell C Sharks comes in on the right wing as replacement for Luzuko Vulindlu and Stefan Watermeyer who has recovered from his injury replaces JP du Plessis in the midfield.

Two changes amongst the tight five sees JC Astle replacing Schalk Oelofse at lock, while Egar Marutlulle makes a welcomed return at hooker.

Kick-off is at 7pm.

Southern Kings:

15 Jurgen Visser 14 Lukhanyo Am 13 Stefan Watermeyer 12 Shane Gates 11 Wandile Mjekevu 10 Louis Fouché 9 Ntando Kebe 8 Aidon Davis 7 Thembelani Bholi 6 Stefan Willemse 5 JC Astle 4 Steven Sykes (c) 3 Jacobie Adriaanse 2 Edgar Marutlulle 1 Schalk Ferreira

Substitutes :

16 Martin Bezuidenhout 17 Justin Ackerman 18 Tom Botha 19 Schalk Oelofse 20 Jacques Engelbrecht 21 Kevin Luiters 22 Dewald Human 23 JP du Plessis

Jaguares:

15 Joaquín Tuculet 14 Matías Orlando 13 Segundo Tuculet 12 Juan Martín Hernández 11 Emiliano Boffelli 10 Nicolás Sánchez 9 Martín Landajo 8 Facundo Isa 7 Juan Manuel Leguizamón 6 Tomás Lezana 5 Tomás Lavanini 4 Guido Petti 3 Ramiro Herrera 2 Agustin Creevy (c) 1 Santiago García Botta

Substitutes:

16 Julián Montoya 17 Facundo Gigena 18 Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro 19 Matías Alemanno 20 Javier Ortega Desio 21 Felipe Ezcurra 22 Santiago González Iglesias 23 Ramiro Moyano

Written by Pierre Mc Leod

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RugbyViews <![CDATA[PREMIER INTERSCHOOL’S DERBY TEAM ANNOUNCEMENT: Paul Roos v Paarl Boys High]]> http://www.rugby15.co.za/?p=54654 2016-05-26T15:39:51Z 2016-05-26T15:39:51Z Mutual & Federal Premier Interschools is a series of 12 matches, which feature the highest profile and most traditional interschool rugby rivalries, from South Africa’s top rugby schools which are broadcast live on SuperSport from April to August.

 

Schoolboy rugby has served as one of the cornerstones of domestic rugby dating back more than a century, and true to its slogan “Honouring Heritage. Playing for the Future”, Mutual & Federal Premier Interschools is about History, Heritage and Tradition. The series, now in its third year, is expected to grow even stronger.

 

The Mutual & Federal Premier Interschools stories are further captured in 12 Preview shows, which preview all the games and provide historical overviews of these traditional schools and highlight other academic, cultural and sporting achievements.

 

To view this week’s preview show featuring Willie Le Roux, please click on the link  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZrxy9MbIxs

 

 

Preview & Repeat Show Times below: 

 

Schedule Date Episode Start Time Channel
27-MAY-2016 Eps. 6 – Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Paarl Boys High 06:45 SS1
27-MAY-2016 Eps. 6 – Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Paarl Boys High 14:30 SS1
27-MAY-2016 Eps. 6 – Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Paarl Boys High 21:45 SS1
28-MAY-2016 Eps. 6 – Paul Roos Gymnasium vs Paarl Boys High 07:15 SS1

 

 

Paul Roos will take on Paarl Boys High on their home turf on Saturday, 28 May at 2pm. The match will be televised live on SuperSport Select from 13.55

 

For all results, fixtures, videos, photos and information visit the new Premier Interschools website at www.premierinterschools.co.za

 

All stats provided by Nelio De Sa from http://www.rugby15.co.za/

 

Follow Interschools on:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/Premierinterschools

Twitter: @PremierSchools

 

MATCH DETAILS

Derby Date:28 May 2016

Kick Off: 2pm

Hosting School: Paul Roos, Markotter Fields

Broadcast: SuperSport SelSA (channel 210) from 13.55

Team Lists: Below

 

Paul Roos

 

  19A
1 Cameron Dawson
2 Daneel Steinman
3 Tristan Leitch
4 Ben-Jason Dixon
5 Jesse Johnson
6 Hanre du Toit
7 Johan Joubert
8 Bruce Coetzee
9 Tiaan Coetzee
10 Damian Willemse  (K)
11 Colia Louis
12 Lyle Hendricks
13 Aidon Topley
14 David-Lee Moses
15 Joshua Vermeulen
  Reserves
16 Juan-Marc Fryer
17 Alexander Mbete
18 Pieter Nel
19 Philip van Dyk
20 Hans Koetsier
21 Gerado Jaars
22 Marais Cloete
23 Dylan de Villiers

 

Paarl Boys High

 

PLAYER NUMBER PLAYER NAME TEAM NAME
1 Reece Bezuidenhout Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
2 Daniel Jooste Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
3 Adam Neethling Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
4 Salmaan Moerat © Captain – Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
5 Ewie Loubser Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
6 Charl Serdyn Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
7 Francke Horn Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
8 Khanya Ncusane Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
9 Michael Visser Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
10 Rayhaan Lombard Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
11 Takir Abrahams Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
12 Hanri van Heerden Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
13 Manuel Ras Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
14 Urgene Johannes Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
15 Gianni Lombaard Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
16 Wilhelm Barnard Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
17 MJ Strauss Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
18 Armandt Conradie Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
19 Vian Fourie Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
20 Eric Myburgh Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
21 Tiaan du Plessis Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
22 Luca Ferreria Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
23 Riaan Barnard Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
     
Coach Sean Erasmus Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
Ass Coach Elmo Wolfaardt Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
Manager David Sadie Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV
     

 

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