Jeppe Almost Beat Affies In 2018 – Watch It Live NOW !!!!

Affies did not have their best season so far and lost their last three games against Boishaai (14-19), Glenwood (34-37) and Grey College (28-39) before their fixture against Jeppe. Jeppe, on the other hand, had their tails up with their only loss being against Selborne (3-19) a month before this game. Jeppe definately the overwhelming favourites.

Affies surprised all and already lead 24-10 at halftime seemingly cruising to a win over Jeppe. Jeppe came back and lead with fives minutes to go. Two crucial mistakes by Jeppe in the final seconds of the game saw them losing yet again to Affies.

Jeppe: 15. Gerath Louw, 14. Hugo Monteiro, 13. Muzi Manyike, 12. Boitumelo Tsatsane, 11. Sipho Vayise, 10. Muzi Manyike, 9. Kabelo Mokhethi, 8. Michael de Kock, 7. Lifa Jambane, 6. Vuyane Nqaba, 5. Edward White, 3. Sibusiso Shongwe, 2. Maxwell Motaung, 1. Kevin Lichtfield.

Junior White, Ewan Roode, Declan Raubenheimer, Muzi Manyike, Bookie Tstatsane, Hugo Monteiro, Karel Zowitsky, Sibusiso Shongwe, Kablelo Mokheti, Sipho Vayise were all selected for the Lions Craven Week Squad and Kyle Everton, Vincent Nqaba and Max Motuang were selected for the Lions XV Squad who also competed in the Craven Week.

Muzi Manyike was selected for the SA Schools Squad.

Affies: Dieter Crafford, 14. Jason Scheepers, 13. Dian Nordier, 12. Pierre Fourie, 11. Eric Sherman, 10. Regardt Roets, 9. Steyn vs Spuy, 8. Jan Dagutat, 7. Adolph Visser, 6. George Oosterhuizen, 5. Chris Kamffer, 4. Zhander Schmidt, 3. Sarel Joubert, 2. Janco Uys, 1. Dewald Donald.

Dewaldt Donald, Janco Uys, Christiaan Kamffer, Regardt Roets, Dian Nordier and Sarel Joubert were selected for the Blue Bulls Craven Week Squad.

Dewald Donald was selected for the SA Schools squad.