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25 August 2017 - Paarl Gim u/13 Wins WP Schools 7's TournamentPaarl Gimnasium u/13 7’s team recently played in the yearly WP Schools 7’s Tournament in Strand. There were a lot of teams participating in the tournament and we saw some great rugby from the youngsters. Read More >>>

19 August 2017 - u/13 - Paarl Gim (50) Continues Domination Against Lochnerhof (26) - Lochnerhof impressed with their forwards running PD’s and standoffs and gained good momentum every time they had an opportunity, but found themselves under the poles almost every time Gim unleashed their dangerous backline - Read More >>>

20 August 2017 - u/13 - SACS (21) Lose In Last Seconds Against Rondebosch (22) - We immediately raised our game and kept the ball in hand but again after a penalty they kicked for touch. We won the line out but knocked the ball on and they scored off this error. The try was converted and we were now 12/nil down. Read More >>>

15 August 2017 - U13A Match Report SACS (19) v Bishops (14) -  At kick off we applied maximum pressure and kept Bishops pinned behind their 5 meter line for about 5 minutes. A great team effort resulted in me scoring and Ollie converted, we took the lead 7/nil. After the kick off we applied the same pressure and missed a few opportunities to score Read More >>>

11 August 2017 - u/13 Gimmies (58) Overpowers Boishaai (14) - So a week passed since these two Paarl primary schools met in their yearly inter-schools derby. If you are a Gim supporter you are most probably only recovering from all the celebrations and if you are a Boishaai supporter you still can’t believe what you witnessed on 03/08/2017. Read More >>>

10 August 2017 - Kenmare's (31) Brilliance Too Much For Wonderboom (12) - With the score 24-12, Wonderboom "accepted" defeat, and started to bring on all of their substitutes to give them a run on Loftus. This gave Kenmare the opportunity to score one more try and butchering another to win 31-12 at the end of play. Read More >>>

 

05 August 2017 - u/13a - SACS (29) Beats Eversdal (9) - We managed to turn the ball over inside our 5 meter line on about 3 occasions. We kept the ball tight within the forwards pushing them back into their half and after sustained pressure, Rayaan crossed the line and Ollie converted. From then on we dominated play and Michael Sun scored Read More >>>

03 August 2017 - Van Riebeeckstrand - Van Riebeeckstrand believes in the ball doing the job and play a 15 man gameplan where the ball gets distributed to their powerful and fast backline as soon as possible. Tight defence and discipline also play a major part in their success throughout their age groups Read More >>>

03 August 2017 - Interschools - Klein Boishaai vs Klein Gim - Today is interschool between Klein Boishaai and Klein Gimmies. The biggest interschool's event in the world if we have to believe the supporters of these two great schools. This event will be as important for the primary school boys as it is for the 1stXV players Read More >>>

01 August 2017 - Kenmare Laerskool - Die Swart Masjien - A well-coached side that uses their big forwards to dominate their opponents and after earning the right to go wide the do with devastating effects. This side shows a level of composure not normally associated with a side this young. They have the patience to set up phases until Read More >>>

01 July 2017 - Aloe Cup 2017 - Day 3 - From the start it was clear that the Gene Louw had a clever tactical approach to the game, carrying the ball in the first 2 channels with the 3, 5 and 8 prominent in this regard and rushing up in defence, denying Grey the time and space to dictate on attack. Read More >>>

 

30 June 2017 Aloe Cup 2017 - Day 2 - The final match was the one all neutral spectators had been waiting for as the winner between Grey and Durbanville would play against Gene Louw on Saturday to determine the 2017 VAL Aloe Cup champions. Read More >>>

29 June 2017 - Aloe Cup 2017 - Day 1 - When Jeffreys Bay Primary’s rugby heads decided last year to start a rugby tournament during the July holidays it was decided that there were enough /13 tournaments and that the Aloe Cup would be for /11 teams. Read More >>>