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FRESH-FACED BOISHAAI SQUAD TACKLE MONNAS AT SBS BULFEES

Peter Engledow’s Hoër Jongenskool (HJS) troops start their official 2020 rugby campaign with an almost entirely new squad against an experienced Monument High School line-up at the Southern Business School (SBS) Bulfees in Porterville on Saturday, 14 March.

The HJS team for their first official season-encounter boasts just one player who was a regular in last year’s starting line-up, while two boys played off the bench. Seven of the players are in Grade 11 of which five are in the backline.

Tight-head prop Seb Lombard retains his position from last year, while eighth-man Cameron Hanekom and loose-head Braam Reyneke now have starting berths. Reyneke is the son of well-known late rally driver Apie Reyneke.

“Boishaai has a remarkable rugby culture and the boys work extremely hard. In theory we’re a young team, but the guys have lots of talent and play for each other and for the pride in our school,” said Engledow, who took over the coaching reigns last year.

 “They’re a special bunch to coach and I’m excited to see them develop. I’m really looking forward to Saturday - I prefer playing a tough opponent early in the season to see where we are as a team.

“Thanks to Monnas and Southern Business School for making it happen; it’s a privilege to part of the Bulfees and to come up against a team that has travelled so far to play against us,” he said.

Engledow spent nine years in England’s RFU coaching structures before joining St Joseph’s College for two years and then moving to Griquas five years ago. He made the move to Paarl for the start of the 2019 season with Boishaai.

The Boishaai under 16A team from last year were on par with the best in the country. This year, the players graduating into the U19A side will be a year younger than most of their Monnas counterparts, but they’re an exciting crop who are full of running rugby.

They put in a good performance against Rondebosch on Tuesday in a shortened warm-up match at Newlands. Boishaai won the 40-minute game by 15-5.

Monnas have retained numerous players from their 2019 squad and their team for Saturday’s big showdown has a wealth of experience. A total of 12 players who take the field against Boishaai wore the U19A Monnas jersey last year.

Saturday’s clash takes on a new meaning against the backdrop of Monnas never having beaten Boishaai since their first encounter in 1981. It is an intimidating statistic and the pressure will be on Boishaai not to tarnish their long unbeaten record against the “Wit Bulle”.

On the other hand, another Monnas defeat will be heart-breaking for the Krugersdorp School, which was named after the Paardekraal Monument across the road.

Monnas came very close last year and were ahead by 31-29 before Boishaai scored in the last few minutes to win by 34-31. In their last three encounters the biggest Boishaai victory margin has been 5 points.

In the previous encounters the scores, in favour of Boishaai, were:

 

1981:18-12; 

1989:22-4; 

2009:23-5; 

2012:32-28; 

2015:25-20; 

2019:34-31

 

The Boishaai team (2020):

  1. Abraham Reyneke

  2. Ruan van Blommenstein

  3. Sebastian Lombard

  4. Coetzee Le Roux

  5. Romano Fourie

  6. Herman Visser

  7. Luca Ribbens

  8. Cameron Hanekom

  9. Keean Barnard

  10. Compion von Ludwig

  11. Keagan Smith

  12. Sebastiaan Boshoff

  13. Hakeem Kunene

  14. Ethan Isaacs

  15. Jarred Rees

 

The Monnas team (2020):

  1. Jan Hendrik Bessenger

  2. Brandon Beukes

  3. Heiko Pohlmann

  4. Zander Hoeksma

  5. Dries du Preez

  6. Rynard Mouton

  7. Hennie du Randt

  8. Ethan Snyman

  9. Franco Hallatt

  10. Armand van Noordwyk

  11. Reuben Barnard

  12. Marco Botha (c)

  13. Waldo van den Berg

  14. Herschelle Goodman

  15. Luan van der Walt

 

 

Kick-off: 18h00

Broadcast live on the School Sports Live (SSL) YouTube channel and on SuperSport 12 on DSTV Now.

 

The Bull Festival takes place on Friday (13 March) and Saturday (14 March) and the following matches are being televised by SSL:

 

Friday:

19:15

14A

Boishaai

Monnas

20:00

15A

Boishaai

Monnas

 

 

Saturday:

12:20

16A

Boishaai

Monnas

14:30

19B

Boishaai

Monnas

15:40

19A

Hopefield

Overberg

16:50

19A

Porterville

Robertson

18:00

19A

Boishaai

Monnas

 

 

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