St John’s College Easter Festival Results 2013 – Day 2

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Waterkloof – Noordheuwel – WK#13 Dewald Lindeque

Saturday 30 March 2013

Play at our 18th Easter Rugby Festival on Thursday commenced on a wonderful Autumn day. Games played were a lot more evenly matched as opposed to day one. A number of the games were played with a tremendous amount of talent on show.

Windhoek Gymnasium edged out Hoërskool Noordheuwel in a tight affair. Hoërskool Marais Viljoen proved to be too strong for the exciting New Orleans team. The Lions team fought back really hard from their display on Thursday, showing lots of character. However, Daniel Pienaar proved to be too strong for them in the end.

The hosts squandered many opportunities to go down in a tight affair against St John’s Harare whilst Paarl Boys’ High forced their number one status in schoolboy rugby by thrashing the tourists from the UK.

The main game lived up to all expectations with both sides showing a tremendous amount of skill and exciting rugby. Hoërskool Waterkloof proved too strong for Hoërskool Nelspruit by winning 22 – 17.

All in all the day proved to be very successful and we look forward to the third and final day of this year’s festival on Monday.

Good morning from an overcast and cool Johannesburg with a current temperature of 18°C.  A high of 25ºC is predicted later in the day.  After a typical Highveld thunderstorm last night, Burger field is in tip top condition and very conducive to another exciting day of rugby.

(16h00)

Hoërskool Nelspruit: 17

SCORERS

Tries: Daniel Maartens

Penalties: Jesse du Toit x 4

Hoërskool Waterkloof: 22

SCORERS

Tries: Thinus de Beer

Conversions: Thinus de Beer

Penalties: Thinus de Beer x 5

 

(14h45)

Paarl Boys’ High: 72

SCORERS

Tries: Dante van der Merwe x 2, Matthew le Roux, Paul de Wet, Daylen Daniels, Ferlin Vers x 4, Burger van Niekerk, Charlton Jones.

Conversions: Nicolas Cottee, Luan Boshoff x 6

Penalty: Nicolas Cottee

SGS Filton College: 5

SCORERS

Tries: Ben Silk

 

(13h30)

St John’s College, Johannesburg: 15

SCORERS

Tries: Jonty Fletcher, James Eckersley

Conversions: Frans Gemeiner

Penalty: Frans Gemeiner

St John’s College, Harare: 18

SCORERS

Tries: Cole Bond, Shane Snater

Conversions: Kurt Burger

Penalty: Kurt Burger x 2

 

(11h15)

Lions President’s XV: 7

SCORERS

Tries: Joshua Kernot

Conversions: Costa Callipolitics

Daniel Pienaar: 33

SCORERS

Tries: Franco du Toit, Liaan Barnard, Andre Oerson x 3

Conversions: Devon Davidson x 4

 

(10h00)

Hoërskool Marais Viljoen: 21

SCORERS

Tries: Tiaan Hitzerhoth, Reynard Burger, Ruaan Taljaard

Conversions: Reynard Burger x 3

New Orleans: 13

SCORERS

Tries: Saquile Adams

Conversions: Saquile Adams

Penalties: Austin de Bruyn x 2

 

(08h45)

Hoërskool Noordheuwel: 12

SCORERS

Tries: Francois Marais, Jacques Gouws

Conversions: Francois Marais

Windhoek Gymnasium: 26

SCORERS

Tries: Milan van Wyk x 2, Justin Newman, Desmond Stramis

Conversions: P-J Singaram x 3

 

RESULTS:  PREP SCHOOLS’ MATCHES

Saturday 30 March

St Stithians vs Orchards:          21 – 5

Cordwalles vs Pridwin:              12 – 0

WHPS vs Virginia:                    27 – 5

KZN Development vs Leeuwenhof:        5 – 38

St John’s vs Woodridge:                       0 – 26

Maragon vs The Ridge:             5 – 26

Clifton vs St Benedict’s:                        14 – 22

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