School Rugby Top 50 Rankings for South African Schools 4 June 2011

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School Rugby Top 50 Rankings for South African Schools 4 June 2011

SchoolRugby Top 50 Rankings:

 

1. Grey College

2. Affies

3. Selborne College

4. Noord-Kaap

5. King Edward School VII (KES)

6. Paarl Boys High (Boishaai)

7. Hoërskool Monument (Monnas)

8. Waterkloof (Klofies)

9. Dale College

10. Queens College

11. Bishops Diocesan College

12. Grey High School (PE)

13. Kearsney College

14. Hoër Landbouskool Oakdale

15. Glenwood

16. Pionier

17. HTS Drostdy

18. Maritzburg College

19. Pretoria Boys’ High (PBHS)

20. Rondebosch Boys’ High

21. Paarl Gymnasium

22. Hoërskool Florida

23. Framesby

24. HTS Middelburg

25. Jim Fouche

26. Diamantveld

27. Jeppe Boys’ High

28. Paul Roos Gymnasium

29. Boland Landbou

30. Tygerberg

31. Dr EG Jansen

32. Punt

33. Westville Boys’ High

34. Sentraal Hoërskool (Bfn)

35. Durban High School (DHS)

36. Die Brandwag (Uitenhage)

37. Wynberg Boys High

38. St Benedicts

39. SACS

40. Graeme College

41. St Stithians (Saints)

42. Nico Malan

43. HTS Louis Botha

44. Centurion

45. Noordheuwel

46. Outeniqua

47. Menlopark

48. Helpmekaar College

49. Marais Viljoen

50. Northwood Boys’ High

 

Ranking by RUGBY15

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