Lions Craven Week teams announcement

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The Golden Lions Rugby Union, hosts of the Under 18 Craven Week at St Stithians College from 17-22 July in Johannesburg, has included nine players in their final Under 18 Craven Week side that was part of the team that were in action in the main event against Western Province at the Week in 2016.

They are Kennedy Mpeku, David Cary, Tinus Combrinck, PJ Jacobs, Mark Snyman, Cristen van Niekerk, Keegan Glade, Dameon Venter and Ntlabakanye Asanathi.

The team, coached by Carl Spilhaus (Jeppe High School for Boys), Reg Hammond (Jeppe High School for Boys) and Nkosi Mzwaki (King Edward VII) and include seven representatives from Monument of Krugersdorp and King Edward VII. The team manager is Adolf Ellis (Hoërskool Bekker).

The final teams are:

Coca-Cola Craven Week: 15 Kennedy Mpeku (King Edward VII), 14 David Cary (Helpmekaar), 13 Leon Mpeku (King Edward VII), 12 Yanga Hlalu (King Edward VII), 11 Tino Swanepoel (Florida), 10 Marc Morrison (King Edward VII), 9 Tinus Combrinck (Monument), 8 Travis Gordon (King Edward VII), 7 PJ Jacobs (Monument), 6 Mark Snyman (Helpmekaar), 5 Stephan le Roux (Monument), 4 Cristen van Niekerk (Monument), 3 Keegan Glade (King Edward VII), 2 Morne Brandon (Monument), 1 Ruan Oosthuizen (Florida). Plaasvervangers: 16 Dameon Venter (Helpmekaar), 17 Nkosikhona Masuku (Parktown Boys’ High), 18 Ntlabakanye Asanathi (St Stithian’s College), 19 Kegan Litchfield (Jeppe High School for Boys’), 20 Franco Schutte (Monument), 21 Luke Rossouw (Monument), 22 Tyler Hayward (King Edward VII), 23 Muzi Manyike (Jeppe High School for Boys’).

Academy Week: 15 Regan Willemse (Florida), 14 Llewellyn Ellis (Carletonville), 13 Jeremy Randell (Helpmekaar), 12 Boitumelo Tstsane (Jeppe High School for Boys’), 11 Tokolo Molotsi (King Edward VII), 10 Christiaan Humphries (Trinityhouse), 9 Justin Lambert (Noordheuwel), 8 Tawanda Mutuma (St Stithian’s College), 7 Tristan Dullisear (Monument), 6 Mpho Tjamela (Jeppe High School for Boys’), 5 Anton Gerber (Monument), 4 Simao Dionisi (Parktown Boys’ High), 3 Eben Brand (Monument), 2 Darnell Osuagwu (Parktown), 1 Juandre van der Merwe (Florida). Plaasvervangers: 16 Bandile Lekhuleni (KES), 17 Jason Cloete (King Edward VII), 18 Dandre Degenaar (Monument), 19 Theunis Muller (Marais Viljoen), 20 Jordan Mbyunba (St Benedict’s College), 21 Ruhan Viviers (Helpmekaar), 22 Mohau Mohlaheli (Jeppe High School for Boys’), 23 Ayanda Tomile (St Benedicts).

Academy Week XV: 15 C Stadler (Florida), 14 Wonga Matubatuba (Parktown Boys’ High), 13 Juandre Breytenbach (Monument), 12 Aron Visser (St Benedict’s College), 11 Cha Deiker (Dinamika), 10 Tristan Oosthuizen (Helpmekaar), 9 Zian Coetzee (Monument), 8 Ben Clarke (Helpmekaar), 7 Lehan du Toit (Helpmekaar), 6 Vuyani Nqaba (Jeppe High School for Boys’), 5 Emmanuel Tshituka (Northcliff), 4 Humphries du Randt (Monument), 3 Ayuk Bebot (Fourways), 2 AJ Meyer (Marais Viljoen), 1 Dylan Cutter (Jeppe High School for Boys’). Plaasvervangers: 16 Sizwe Nkosi (Jeppe High School for Boys’), 17 Kyle Everton (Jeppe High School for Boys’), 18 Damain Calitz (Florida), 19 Juandre Labuschagne (Linden), 20 Ziyanda Msipha (King Edward VII), 21 Luke Bramhall (King Edward VII), 22 Jonathan Viljoen (Monument), 23 Junaid Slaffa (NHS).

Under 16 Grant Khomo Week: 15 Munashe Chaitezwi (St Stithian’s College), 14 Gugu Ndaba (Parktown Boys’ High), 13 Henco van Wyk (Monument), 12 Tiaan Botes (Helpmekaar), 11 Kathlego Maloka (Jeppe High School for Boys’), 10 Bismarck Olivier (St John’s College), 9 Aiden Roberts (Monument), 8 Izan Esterhuizen (Monument), 7 Lifa Jambane (Jeppe High School for Boys’), 6 Xander van der Westhuizen (Monument), 5 Cameron Van Niekerk (Helpmekaar), 4 Liam Scott (Jeppe High School for Boys’), 3 Sibusiso  Shongwe (Jeppe High School for Boys’), 2 Maxwell Motuang (Jeppe High School for Boys’), 1 Dehan Niemand (Monument). Plaasvervangers: 16 Delmar Degenaar (Monument), 17 Demos Mbauya (St Stithian’s College), 18 Ntokoza Dlamini (St John’s College), 19 Ocean Tshimbalanga, 20 Joseph Iye (King Edward VII), 21 Kabelo Mokethi (Jeppe High School for Boys’), 22 Gareth Louw (Jeppe High School for Boys’), 23 Hugo Monteiro (Jeppe High School for Boys’).

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