Action Action Action In The Noordvaal


For the first time, this season Affies will not control my thoughts until their matches were over and done with. They should beat a struggling Jeppe with some gas to spare notwithstanding that seven first-choice players is not available due to injuries. Tuine faces a very strong Midstream team with Oos Moot with an easier game against Overkruin.

Centurion should be able to continue their good form against Zwartkop with Eldoraigne hoping to win well against John Vorster HTS. John Vorster HTS, not the power it used to be a few years ago. St Johns hosts Michaelhouse and hopefully their fly-half Kieran Houlston is available as they are not the same team without Kieran. St Stithians hosts Kearsney and after their big loss 71-17 against KESwe will have to see if they can pick them up to face the challenge from Kearsney who will do their best to break their bad performance of late losing their last 3 matches.

Then Garsfontein hosts Menlopark in the biggest match in Pretoria. Both schools are having a less successful season and would love to take the bragging rights as the winner of this match will be the league winners in the VirSeker Series.

Waterkloof travels to Helpmekaar and hopes to catch Helpmekaar still asleep. Helpmekaar did not play a game in the past 3 weeks with their opponents withdrawing will certainly affect their interplay and match fitness. Waterkloof, however, will be in for a huge surprise if they think the boys of Helpies is going to be easy prey. A close match indeed with the winner decided in the scrums?

Then the BIG BIG one. KES host Monnas in what can only be described as a massive game. KES maybe the more complete team to play a fifteen man rugby game plan with Monnas having to depend very much on their forwards to neutralise KES's dangerous backline. No sane person will even try to predict this one.