2 wins, 1 loss for u/18 Lim Blue Bulls

Lim BB 34 – 57 Griquas

Limpopo Akademie  31-38 Valke


Coca-Cola Academy Week day five fixtures (Saturday, 22 July):

*Baytopp Field*
09:00 – Lim BB vs Griquas
10:35 – EP vs Leopards
12:05 – SWD vs Pumas
13:45 – Free State vs WP
15:30 – KZN vs Lions

*Jameson Street*
08:00 – EP CD vs Border CD
09:25 – Namibia vs Zimbabwe
10:50 – Valke vs Griquas CD
12:15 – Boland vs Griffons
13:40 – Border vs Bulls


POLOKWANE – They beat the Border Country Districts team 41-3 on Monday.

The man of the match went to Limpopo Blue Bulls scrumhalf, Renier Gerber, after the Bulls beat Border Country Districts 41-3 on Monday.

The squad of Border Country Districts had no answer for the seemingly stronger Limpopo outfit and Limpopo’s halfback, Renier Gerber, was announced as the man of the match.

A Limpopo Bue Bulls u/18 Craven Week player secures the ball for his team in their match against Border Country Districts on Monday. Limpopo won the match 41-3. Photos: Intune Communications and Entertainment

They kept their winning momentum when they met with Border in their second match on Wednesday clinching another resounding 59-41 victory.

The team played Eastern Province on Thursday where they were unable to put points on the score board and lost their match 37-0.

This year’s u/18 Craven Week is held in Johannesburg and will conclude on Saturday when the two teams reaching the final round will contest for the 2017 u/18 Craven Week crown.

Armich Lottering from the Limpopo Blue Bulls tries to break through Border Country Districts’ defence during Wednesday’s match. The bulls won the match 59-41 to secure two out of two victories so far.

Polokwane’s born and bred and legendary former Springbok rugby player and old Hoërskool Pietersburg learner, Victor Matfield, is one of the selectors at this years Craven Week and he will share his expertise with the young players.

The Limpopo Blue Bulls u/18 Craven Week rugby team trampled the opposition in their two matches thus far, winning one 41-3, the other 59-41. Here is Reece Wynne in action in Wednesday’s match against Border Country Districts.

Matfield and a panel of other selectors will choose the Hero of the Day every day for the South African Schools team. This national team will pit their rugby prowess against international teams from France and England later in the year.

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Roelof de Jonge
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