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National Braai Day & Braai Tour Epic scenery, road-tripping adventure, earlymorning coffee in the great outdoors, stunning campsites and more braais than you can shake a stukkie wors at – there can be nothing more South African than the annual National Braai Tour, the perfect starter ahead of National Braai Day, as organised by the iconic Jan Braai. We caught up with Jan as he and his 200-strong cavalcade set off on the National Braai Tour. Q How did the whole National Braai Day initiative come about? A We love to braai, of that there is no argument. As a nation, we are united like no other time on National Braai Day. We share stories, relax, unwind, reflect and just enjoy the country that has given us the opportunity to burn large quantities of braai wood. And in 2017, there is more than one opportunity to unite around a fire. Q What is special about this year’s National Braai Day? Q How does the National Braai Tour actually work? A Thanks to National Braai Day falling on a Sunday this year, there is a whole Saturday at your disposal to prepare for the country’s greatest public holiday. Inspired by the Dutch holiday of King’s Night ahead of King’s Day, we encourage all South Africans to take part in National Braai Night the evening before National Braai Day. This is the chance for the braaiers of South Africa to get into the Braai Day groove early. It’s the party braai to National Braai Day’s relaxing braai. Q But wait, there’s more to the braai movement – just before National Braai Day, you and a 200-strong travelling carnival will also be touring the country as part of the National Braai Tour. What happens during this tour? A Think of it as a political rally ahead of an election, only we are not canvassing for votes, we’re calling on millions of South Africans to unite around fires and celebrate our heritage. Now in its fifth year, the National Braai Tour acts as a smokey, flame-grilled messenger for National Braai Day, with participants of the Tour spreading braai cheer throughout the country and ramping up public excitement for our country’s fast-approaching biggest day of braai. The 2017 edition of the Braai Tour starts in Cape Town on 10 September and will stop in at iconic venues like Cape Agulhas, Calitzdorp, Plettenberg Bay and Storms River before culminating in Port Elizabeth. Q What is the purpose of the National Braai Tour? A It is all about showcasing our vision of nation-building around a fire. A blueprint of sorts on how to best celebrate heritage month and Heritage Day. It’s about bringing diverse people together to enjoy the one thing that unites us all, cooking and celebrating around an open fire. It’s also an opportunity to build public excitement and momentum towards 24 September in a way that gets South Africans thinking about and celebrating their own heritage, our shared heritage, and how great it is to be a South African.
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A As always, the route has been selected to take in the diversity of the South African countryside and to showcase historically significant spots along the way. The aim of the National Braai Tour is for participants to enjoy themselves, but also to learn more about this great country. Q Why do participants have to have South African flags? A At registration each participant is issued with a full-size South African flag on an individual sized pole. These flags are carried by participants at all times. It’s the rainbow wave of the Tour. Q What is the role of National Braai Day and the National Braai Tour in our country? A They are reminders that we as inhabitants of such a wonderfully diverse country have something in common. Our country has a rich and diverse heritage and this needs to be celebrated. But it is essential to share one thing, and that one thing just happens to be the nation’s love for cooking food over the coals of a fire. We have much to celebrate as a nation and as diverse people. What better way to do that than with a Tour that teaches you about our collective heritage, your fellow South Africans and a day that encourages you to celebrate around a fire. Q You are the first AWSUM celebrity to appear on our cover twice – congrats! What do you make of that? A That is really AWSUM – and says a lot about our love for the braai! Thank you – I look forward to more.
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Spring is sprung and yes, it’s great to be young. So get out there and show off! Pepe Sofianos has found some eyepopping ways to make it all happen.
IT’S SHOWTIME !
Black shadow print muscle vest with hood, R299, Cotton On. Picture print muscle tank, R69.99 and black “Lucky” vest, R59.99, both Mr Price.
I’M LOVING… Off-the-shoulder anything because it’s the instant way to update and add a dash of flirty flair to your wardrobe. If Kendall Jenner likes to live in this bareshoulder look, so can we. Enjoy!
Line the waterline inside your eyes with a royal or aqua blue like model and actress Cara Delevigne does.
Navy “Strong” muscle vest, R59.99, Mr Price.
Model of the moment, Gigi Hadid, is totally into off-the shoulder tops worn with jeans, her fave down time look.
Are you ready to show off some muscles? Muscle tank tops are set to be the top style squad trend for the hot season ahead. Even if you’re not a fitness freak you can still be a cool dude in this trendy tank top. It’s really a vest but has morphed into a pared-down T with “breezy” armholes that’s comfy and easy to wear anytime. Find a good balance between too loose and too tight --- the new slim fit option is just perfect because you don’t want flapping arm holes! To get the look right, stick with tank tops that fall just below your belt loops or waistband of your shorts so you can let your arms breathe without showing off your six pack, nice as it is. Keep that for the beach or pool…
Hey man! Rapper Tyga proves you don’t have to look like The Rock to rock a muscle vest.
HEY MR MUSCLE!
HOW TO BE HOT AND G IVE EVERYO THE COLD S NE H O U L D E R Every new season everyone is
obsessed with the new trends and if you’re not seen wearing them, you are virtually fashion road kill. So wait for it --- this sunny season it’s all about the off-theshoulder/cut-out shoulder look. Get ready to flaunt your bare shoulders in pretty off-theshoulder tops with voluminous, ruffled sleeves or ruched and elasticised necklines that hug the bottom of your shoulder blades and shoulder cutouts with bra straps. Exposed shoulders are the coolest way to show some skin. And the good news --- unlike other bits of the bod, they always look OK. We might be flooded with shoulder-baring looks right now but guess what, this “new” look has been around on-and-off the scene since the 1960’s when legendary French actress Brigitte Bardot put her own sassy spin on this fashion icon that has survived to become today’s jet set style. So go girl, go!
Blue striped top, R249.99, The Fix.
Black T-shirt with cut-outs, R89.99, Mr Price.
DRAW A LINE
All eyes on Spring! Eyeliner is the big focus but with a twist… The look is graphic and OTT in brilliant blues and greens that make it impossible for anyone to look away from you. Celebs and social media stars are besotted with this unexpected and fun pop of colour for eyes. The key is to keep the rest of your makeup subtle and centered around the look with eyelids clean. Forget picture-perfect straight lines. The new liner look is all about free expression, bold shades and artistic strokes. You just need to draw a line and then let your imagination go. There are no rules, so whether your line-drawing skills are like a budding Picasso or more like a jumpy spider, you can frame your eyes with zany lines that say it all. You can also exaggerate the look with toning shadows that echo the liner so you get a 3-D look –-- totes eyecatching. Who could resist you? Why not go all-out like the runway models and play up your eyebrows as well – just sweep your liner along the curve of your brow and in your eye crease for a lavish linear look. * All prices are correct at time of going to print. Merchandise from selected stores. Stocks may be limited.
Pink gingham blouse with ties, R219.99, The Fix.
Black and white gingham top with cut-out shoulders, R349, Cotton On.
Rust top with bra-strap shoulders, R49.99, Mr Price.
Pink offshoulder top with flared sleeves, R399, Cotton On.
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If you’ve got something to say, say it. If you’ve got something to show, show it. ‘Nuff said.
If you aren’t sure about this new flexiliner trend, then do your own thing in muted pastel liners or wet a pretty pastel shimmery shadow and use that to line your eyes. Try these killer eyeliners: • L.O.V Best Dressed Eye Pencil 12H Long-Wear in Oriental Tanzanite, R149.95. • CATRICE Kohl Kajal in My Dream of Caribbean, R39.95. • CATRICE 18h Colour & Contour Eye Pencil in Up in the Air, R44.95. • Essence Long Lasting Eye Pencil in Tu Tu Turquoise, R22.95. •Essence Kajal Pencil in Beach Bum, R19.95.All available at Dis-Chem stores and online at takealot.com
LAERSKOOL LOUW GELDENHUYS (t) 011 782 5442 (e) firstname.lastname@example.org Wiskunde- en Wetenskap-in-Aksie
Bernard het aan die SA Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns Olimpiade 2017 deelgeneem en uitstekend presteer. Vir Wiskunde-in-Aksie behaal hy ‘n eerste plek in die streek en ‘n derde prys nasionaal! Vir Wetenskapin-Aksie behaal hy weer eens ‘n eerste plek in die streek en ‘n tweede prys nasionaal! Baie geluk, Bernard!
Die eerste seunshokkiespan het van 24 tot 26 Augustus by Wits Astro aan die Helpmekaar Prestigehokkietoernooi deelgeneem. Hulle verloor teen Fairland 3–1, speel gelykop teen Cliffview 1–1, en wen Unika 3–0. Hulle behaal ‘n derde plek in die toernooi. Baie geluk aan Vincent Buter wat aangewys is as die voorspeler van die toernooi.
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BRYANSTON PRIMARY SCHOOL (t) 011 7061263 (e) firstname.lastname@example.org Romeo and Juliet The Bryanston Primary cast of Romeo and Juliet had a very successful run at the Joburg Theatre on 8 September. The cast of 25 members excelled in their Africanthemed production of Shakespeare’s classic at the National Shakespeare Schools Festival. The House was sold out and everyone performed magnificently.
Members of the cast: Lucia Rossetti-Busa (Juliet), Gareth Rigden (Count Paris), Luke Adamczyk (Director) and Samuel Masilela (Romeo).
ST PETER’S BOYS PREP SCHOOL (t) 011 705 3423 (e) email@example.com St Peter’s Boys Junior Prep Sports Day The Junior Prep boys (Grade 0 to 2) showed off their gross motor skills competing in some fun activities, from sack-racing to an obstacle course around the track.
More than the competition, was the entertaining morning shared by the whole family and even mums and dads got a chance to join in the fun with their sons!
ST PETER’S GIRLS PREP SCHOOL (t) 011 367 6631 (e) firstname.lastname@example.org ST Peter’s Girls Prep go on camp The Grade 3 girls spent their one-day camp at Camp Serobe, near the Vaal River. The highlight of this happy time was a zip-line ride, which started in Gauteng, crossed the Vaal River and ended in the Free State! The Grade 4 girls spent one night away at Camp Nelu, which is nestled at the foot of the Magaliesburg Mountain Range, in the Hekpoort area. The Grade 5 girls enjoyed their two-night, away trip to Klein Kariba, 6 km from Bela Bela. The Grade 6 two-night camp was to Goodland Farm in the Seringveld Conservancy, 45 km from Pretoria and 15 km from Cullinan. St Peter’s Girls Prep School was a very quiet place in the first week of September! The girls had exciting experiences with facilitators and staff who arranged opportunities to do interesting things and develop leadership skills. We missed the girls and were very happy to welcome them back on Friday afternoon!
Grade 3s on camp!
Grade 5s at Klein Kariba.
Grade 4 having a muddy experience!
Grade 6s on camp.
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Bacon & Cider Roosterkoek
WHAT YOU NEED (makes 8)
• 1 packet bacon (250 g of your favourite type) • 1 small packet self-raising flour (500 g) • 1 tsp salt • 1 tot olive oil • 1 bottle cider
WHAT YOU DO 1. Either braai the bacon on a grid over coals until crisp or fry it in a pan until crisp. Remove from the heat, let it cool down and chop into small pieces. 2. To your favourite mixing bowl add the self-raising flour, salt and crispy braaied chopped-up bacon. Mix this using one of your recently washed hands. 3. Add the olive oil and cider. Using one or both of your recently washed hands, mix and knead everything together. You do not need to overdo this step. Be lazy and knead as little as possible; as soon as everything is properly combined you’re good to go. 4. Use your hands and on a flat surface, shape this stretchy piece of dough into a flat rectangle or square as well as you can manage. Now use a sharp knife and cut the dough into 8 or 9 equal portions. Fix the shape of each one slightly and you’re done. Using extra flour to dust the dough throughout this process makes it infinitely easier to deal with. 5. Braai on a grid over mediumheat coals for about 15 to 20 minutes. It is important to turn the roosterkoek often, so that they do not burn, but get cooked through. The outside should be crispy and ever so slightly charred here and there, and the inside obviously done. If there is a hollow sound when you tap them, they are ready. Insert a sharp knife into one and if it comes out clean, you know for a fact that they are ready. 6. Serve warm with butter and cheese or with any braaied meat.
I am a massive fan of roosterkoek and the culinary giants bacon and cider also make regular appearances at my braai fire. Together, they will change the way you look at roosterkoek forever. The word ‘roosterkoek’ is Afrikaans for a bread roll baked on your grid over the coals of a wood fire. To my mind, the word is part of common language in South Africa and can de facto be used in all 11 official languages. Everything about this recipe is great – few ingredients, a very easy process and a fantastic tasting result. As it happens, these roosterkoek go very well with any type of braaied meat.
PHOTO Matthys van Lill
© Jan Braai – The Democratic Republic of Braai, Bookstorm 2015
Enjoy Heritage Day and our very own National Braai Day on 24 September with these two exclusive recipes by Jan Braai, founder of National Braai Day.
Chocolate Fondant Potjie Pudding There is a medical reason why you should eat chocolate. The scent of the chocolate increases theta brain waves, which induces relaxation. We all know how vitally important it is to destress, relax and feel good about your life. And this is why you and your loved ones should consume the baked chocolate potjie as often as possible. It will make you a better person.
WHAT YOU NEED
WHAT TO DO
1. Make the batter, part 1: In your no. 10 flat-bottomed baking potjie, whisk the egg and then use your wooden spoon and mix the butter, milk and vanilla with the whisked egg. 2. Make the batter, part 2: Now mix the flour, cocoa, salt, sugar and chopped chocolate pieces into the wet mixture of step 1. Just use the sugar and cocoa specified as ingredients for the batter, not the sugar and cocoa for the sauce, which only comes in the next step. Everything needs to be mixed properly so use a wooden spoon and put in some effort. If you’re unfit get one of your friends or family members to help you, or buy yourself a cordless stick blender (it changed my life). 3. Make the sauce: Stir the sugar, cocoa powder and boiling water together until all the sugar has dissolved and the mixture is smooth. Slowly pour this hot cocoa-sugar-water mixture over the dough mixture that is already in the pot. 4. Bake: Put the lid on the potjie and bake for 25 minutes by placing coals under the pot and a lot of coals on the lid of the pot. Your work of art is ready when the top is firm to the touch. 5. Serve with fresh cream or ice cream.
For the batter • 1 egg • 3 tots butter (melted) • ½ cup milk • ½ tot vanilla essence • 1 cup self-raising flour • 1 tot cocoa powder • pinch of salt • ½ cup sugar • 2 small slabs dark chocolate (80 g each, broken into blocks)
For the sauce • 1½ cups brown sugar • 2 tots cocoa powder • 1½ cups boiling water
To serve • fresh cream or ice cream
PHOTO Matthys van Lill
© Jan Braai – The Democratic Republic of Braai, Bookstorm 2015
KING EDWARD VII PREPARATORY SCHOOL (t) 011 648 1000 (e) email@example.com Staff vs Boys Debate Staff battled against the K.E.P.S. debating team arguing that ‘Sport is not all about results’. After a highly contested debate, the staff team managed to convince the panel that sport is, indeed, about the comradery and experience gained as opposed to the results. Well done to the boys, who put up a great argument.
Hockey tour Our 1st XI hockey team travelled to Durban to take part in the Prep Schools Hockey Festival 2017. Tough games were played, resulting in 4 losses and 1 draw. This was a good experience for a team who is unbeaten in the Gauteng league. Well done to the boys who were complimented on their impeccable behaviour and gentlemanly conduct.
K.E.P.S. celebrated Spring Day by wearing Spring hats. Winners were awarded vouchers to the school tuck shop. Well done, boys!
Daniel Eykelhof (Grade 5), Josh Eykelhof (Grade 3), Luke Swift (Grade R), Nathan Frank van der Merwe (Grade 4), Liam Tierney (Grade 2), Garick Rees (Grade 6), Justin Moodley (Grade 7).
KING EDWARD VII SCHOOL (t) 011 551 5800 (e) www.kes.co.za Rugby KES’s Ethan Fisher, Connor van Buuren and Tyron Viljoen were selected to represent King Edward at Queens College in Taunton Somerset during their rugby season, which will include a tour to the South of France in October.
KES 1st and 2nd tennis teams took part in Annual Sun City Tournament against top tennis schools from 28 August to 1 September. The KES 2nd team were crowned B Section Champions 2017 and the KES 1st team placed 4th overall in the A Section.
KES Grade 8 learners participated in the Kempkuns Afrikaans Eisteddfod during the month of August. Competing in the Afrikaans Home Language section, our boys produced outstanding results. Prepared Public Speaking Group: • Lesedi Kotane 8H • Piero du Toit 8H • Marko Kriek 8H The group achieved an A+ (90%-94%).
Little Eden Collection Drive Thank you to our fantastic Red Army family for donations to our KESCO Little Eden Drive. Collection of our donations were collected on 4 September. KES cares – heartbeat of our School, is our Community.
NORTHCLIFF HIGH SCHOOL
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A triumphant 21! It has been a phenomenal year at Northcliff High with many victories. We would like to congratulate all participating students on all their hard work and training throughout this year and a special thank you to all coaches, staff, parents and students for all their efforts and support. Recapping some of our big team sports on winning Interhigh victories, with full results below. The A-League Interhigh Athletics took 1st place out of four competing schools for a spectacular 21 years consecutively at Germiston Stadium on 23 August and 1st place for the Spirit Trophy for the 3rd year consecutively. No other school has won this particular trophy more times, and there can surely not have been many longer unbeaten runs, in any competition, in school sport in this country. Northcliff took 1st place for the A-League Interhigh Gala at Ellis Park Swimming Stadium in March competing against 4 other schools along with our cheerleaders taking 1st place for best dance and 2nd place for team spirit.
A-League Interhigh Athletics Results: • 1st Place: Northcliff High School with 231 points. • 2nd Place: Fourways High School with 169 points. • 3rd Place: Bryanston High School with 141 points. • 4th Place: Rand Park High School with 133 points. A-League Interhigh Gala: • 1st Place: Northcliff High School with 767 points • 2nd Place: St Peter’s College with 659 points • 3rd Place: Crawford College Sandton with 650 points • 4th Place: Trinityhouse Randpark Ridge with 551 points • 5th Place: Fourways High School with 499 points Each event that has taken place has shown the entire school uniting behind the Northcliff High badge, with an amazing spirit and dedication from every student and staff member, they got to bring home the winning trophies.
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FOURWAYS HIGH SCHOOL (t) 011 465 1104/07 (e) firstname.lastname@example.org Leaders 2017/2018 Executive Committee of the 2017/2018 Senior Council Anna Kotschy (Secretary), Shaylee Krumples (Head of Sport), Gabriella RudolphFurweger (Head of Service), Mrs G de Bruyn (Principal), Nicholas Mitchelmore (President and Head Boy), Limpopo Molife (Deputy President and Head Girl), Thulaganyo Madumo (Head of Culture). Tribe Captains for 2017/2018 Daniel Pieterse (Ventus), Andrea Popara (Ventus), Limpopo Molife (Terra), Tristan Potgieter (Terra), Nicholas Mitchelmore (Ignus), Sanam Bhoola (Aqua), Robert EssexClark (Aqua), Shaylee Krumples (Ignus).
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HOËRSKOOL LINDEN (t) 011 888 1433/4 (e) email@example.com Wildsfees: ons vier sewe dekades! Hoërskool Linden se rugbyveld is tydens ons jaarlikse Wildsfees in ‘n feesterrein omskep waar jonk en oud tot laatnag om konkavure gekuier, stories uitgeruil, nostalgies geraak en baie gelag het. Een van die mooi hoogtepunte van die aand was die aftelling van 10, 20, 30 en uiteindelik tot 70 wat op ’n groot skerm vertoon is en die wit ballonne wat in die donker aandlig vrygelaat is. Bouwer Bosch was die gaskunstenaar en Schalk Bezuidenhout die seremoniemeester. Die gaste het verteenwoordigers van die Departement van Onderwys, die eerste hoofseun, vorige hoofde, oudonderwysers, oud-Lindeniete, ouers, leerders en vriende van Linden ingesluit. Baie dankie Linden – ons hou volgende jaar die laaste naweek van Augustus weer Wildsfees.
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CRAIGHALL PRIMARY SCHOOL (t) 011 788 7223/4 (e) firstname.lastname@example.org Comic strip artist The Grade 7 learners had to make a comic strip for Afrikaans about their first day of high school. Marcus Mangale showed off his artistic ability with an amazing comic strip. Well done, Marcus!
Grade 7 Career Day Craighall Primary’s Grade 7 learners have been working hard on their career projects. On Career Day, the learners dressed the part and flaunted their bright futures, dreams and aspirations.
ST PETER’S COLLEGE (t) 011 807 5315 (e) email@example.com College launches very own grand piano The music department celebrated a milestone on Monday, 31 July with the unveiling of our very own grand piano! She is a beauty and sounds even better than she looks! Alessandro Gueli (Grade 12) played an incredible, selfcomposed piece that gave the audience goosebumps – it was beautiful. I suspect that the music students are consuming some sort of super talent pills because they all sounded so brilliant. Ruby Shih and Vuyo Tshwele (Grades 10 and 11) played a duet with Ruby on piano and Vuyo on the flute. Ruby also played a solo which was outstanding! The mood of the night shifted with the surprise Mr Lottering organised.
Benjamin Jephta and his Quintet as well as Willem de Beer graced the MADDitorium stage with their highly esteemed musical items that drove the audience wild! We all felt that we were at a live jazz concert. It is a great feeling knowing that music can evoke such emotion. I found myself shedding a few tears because the pieces where so good and I am sure I was not the only one. To end the night off, the College choir performed and got the audience to interact with us for our last song, which was the Gallop Country song. It was both funny and motivating to see how excited everyone was. Thank you to everyone who supported the music department. We’re excited for more!
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Showing: From 22 September 2017 Directed by: Tony Leondis Produced by: Michelle Raimo Kouyate Screenplay by: Tony Leondis, Eric Siegel, Mike White Summary: Hidden inside a smartphone, the bustling city of Textopolis is home to all emojis. Each emoji has only one facial expression, except for Gene, an exuberant emoji with multiple expressions. Determined to become ‘normal’ like the other emojis, Gene enlists the help of his best friend Hi-5 and a notorious code breaker called Jailbreak. During their travels through the other apps, the three emojis discover a great danger that could threaten their phone’s very existence. Genre(s): Animation Rating: TBA
Too Good at Goodbyes Artist: Sam Smith
Reggaetón Lento (Remix) Artist: CNCO & Little Mix
What About Us Artist: P!nk
Lonely Together (feat. Rita Ora) Artist: Avicii
More Than Friends (feat. Kelli-Leigh) Artist: James Hype
Friends Artist: Justin Bieber & BloodPop®
Birth name: Artist: Dua Lipa Samuel Frederick Smith #4 Look What You Made Me Do Born: Artist: Taylor Swift 19 May 1992 (age 25), London, United Kingdom Genres: #5 Dusk Till Dawn (feat. Sia) Artist: ZAYN Soul | Pop | Blue-eyed Soul | R&B
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#10 Sun Comes Up (feat. James Arthur) Artist: Rudimental
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TEAM +/- PTS PAARL BOYS’ HIGH 0 104,80 GREY COLLEGE 0 102,18 MONNAS 0 100,45 HELPMEKAAR 0 98,80 PAUL ROOS GYM 0 98,56 AFFIES 0 96,97 PAARL GIM 0 96,72 ST ANDREWS COLLEGE 0 96,07 GLENWOOD 1 95,75 OAKDALE 7 95,54 OUTENIQUA 0 95,17 KES 0 95,05 WATERKLOOF 0 94,95 GARSFONTEIN 0 94,93 GREY HIGH SCHOOL 0 94,75 BOLAND LANDBOU -7 94,70 RONDEBOSCH 3 94,53 STELLENBERG -2 93,95 SACS 0 93,36 NELSPRUIT -2 93,29 HILTON COLLEGE 0 92,31 DROSTDY HTS 1 91,44 KEARSNEY COLLEGE 1 90,91 WESTVILLE 1 90,87 DHS 1 90,86 EG JANSEN 1 90,24 PRETORIA BOYS HIGH 1 89,73 DALE COLLEGE 1 89,63 BISHOPS -7 89,62 TRANSVALIA 0 89,00 NOORD KAAP 7 88,55 MARITZBURG COLLEGE 0 87,94 FRAMESBY -2 87,93 ST JOHNS COLLEGE -1 87,68 SELBOURNE COLLEGE -1 87,59 MARLOW -1 87,54 QUEENS COLLEGE -1 87,53 MENLOPARK -1 87,24 KEMPTON PARK 0 87,06 JEPPE 0 86,72 MIDDELBURG HTS 3 86,53 ELDORAIGNE 3 86,28 ST STITHIANS 3 86,28 WYNBERG -2 86,27 BRACKENFELL -4 86,13 MICHAELHOUSE 1 86,01 PARKTOWN 1 85,72 DIAMANTVELD -5 85,61 HUDSON PARK 0 85,11 ST ALBANS 0 84,52 BRANDWAG EP 0 83,64 BELLVILLE 0 83,56 VEREENIGING GIM 0 83,31 ST CHARLES COLLEGE 0 82,60 WITTEBERG SWD 0 82,50 CENTURION 0 82,31 ST DAVIDS MARISTS 0 82,09 STIRLING 0 81,74 OOS MOOT 0 81,54 RUSTENBURG 0 81,47
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CRICKET FIRST XI RANKINGS 19 SEPTEMBER RANK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
ST STITHIANS 20 9.36 ST ANDREWS COLLEGE 21 8.85 RONDEBOSCH 21 8.30 HILTON COLLEGE 15 8.27 WYNBERG 28 8.18 GREY HIGH SCHOOL 19 7.97 HUDSON PARK 16 7.88 SELBORNE COLLEGE 17 7.74 MICHAELHOUSE 11 7.60 NELSPRUIT 17 7.45 WESTVILLE 10 7.20 WOODRIDGE 22 7.01 PINELANDS 9 6.78 ST ANDREWS SCHOOL 16 6.65 PAUL ROOS GYM 20 6.58 ST JOHNS COLLEGE 22 6.55 WATERKLOOF 19 6.41 MARAIS VILJOEN 16 6.10 UPLANDS 21 5.87 BRACKENFELL 10 5.86 PAARL GIM 17 5.76 MARITIZBURG COLLEGE 11 5.70 CLIFTON 16 5.61 NOORDHEUWEL 20 5.57 SACS 17 5.54 CENTURION 24 5.52 ST CHARLES COLLEGE 13 5.51 PRETORIA BOYS HIGH 16 5.39 GLENWOOD 14 5.39 ST DAVIDS 13 5.38 NORTHCLIFF 14 5.30 BISHOPS 18 5.22 ST BENEDICTS 11 5.22 PAARL BOYS’ HIGH 16 5.05 DURBANVILLE 11 5.05 POTCH VOLKIES 19 5.01 MENLOPARK 21 4.91 GOUDVELD 14 4.89 GARSFONTEIN 14 4.85 KES 11 4.83 PEARSON 18 4.65 MILNERTON 8 4.31 MONTANA 19 4.17 HANS MOORE 17 3.89 AFFIES 15 3.89 KEARSNEY COLLEGE 11 3.84 DALE COLLEGE 7 3.61 GREY COLLEGE 7 3.58 CAMBRIDGE 8 3.50 KINGSWOOD 9 3.31 DHS 10 3.11 ST ALBANS COLLEGE 9 2.87 JEPPE 10 2.52 HELPMEKAAR 7 2.46 TRINITY HOUSE 13 1.92 NOORD KAAP 9 1.91 SOMERSET COLLEGE 11 1.90 BOLAND LANDBOU 8 1.55 MONUMENT 7 1.21 NORTHWOOD 8 1.05
RUGBY FIRST XV RANKINGS 5 SEPTEMBER