With the last rounds of fixtures almost here, the frenzy is about to start for the Knockout Cup!

Results from the weekend

The past week was a busy one. With teams away on tours, many mid-week games were played.

For the boys, Wynberg took on Paul Roos, and managed to win their U14 and U19 games, 4-2 and 6-4 respectively. The U15 game went the way of Paul Roos however, who won the game 14-3. Bishops played their catch up game against Rondebosch, but the Bosch side proved too strong, continuing their winning sreak by taking the game 9-5. From there, Bishops took on SACS, only losing their U19 game 12-8. The U14 and U15 games went to Bishops, 3-1 and 7-3 respectively. Bosch clashed with Paul Roos too, winning all three games, 8-1 in U14, 4-0 in U15 and 11 – 4 in U19. Just to add to the massive amount of games for these schools, SACS too took on Paul Roos. The U14 game went to SACS, 8-2; U15 was Paul Roos with a 4-2 win; and U19 went the way of SACS, 10-4.

The girls also had a busy week, with Rhenish taking on Rustenburg, but the Rusty Bugs proved too strong – winning all three games, U14 5-1; U16 9-0 and U19 6-3. Rhenish also went up against Somerset College, with the U14 game going to Somerset 10-4; the U16 went to Rhenish 5-1 and the U19 to Somerset College 10-4. Springfield took on the Rustenburg girls, and after taking the U14 game 9-0, Rustenburg took control, winning the U16 and U19 games 17-0 and 6-5. Wynberg went up against Herschel, but the girls in pink were too strong, winning all three games. U14 4-2; U16 10-0 and U19 12-4. Finally we saw Reddam’s U15 girls take on Rhenish, a game which Reddam took 8-1.


The Old Petrian’s tournament was held at the Wahoo Aquatics centre, and saw Reddam clash with Westerford in the bowl final. Congrats to Reddam on controlling the game, and pulling off a 7-2 win!

The Shaun Fuchs cup, for U16s, was another WP clash, with Herschel taking on Reddam. The Herschel girls were too strong though, and Reddam went down 9-3. Congrats to the Herschel girls on a game well played!

What’s happening this week

With a large number of teams away on tour, we see very few fixtures for the boys.

Good luck to Bishops, Rondebosch, SACS and Wynberg who go off to the KES U19 tournament!

The Park Town U15 tournament sees Bishops, Rondebosch, Reddam and SACS. Good luck to all involved!

The Ken Short U14 tournament at Jeppe sees Bishops, Reddam, Rondebosch and SACS, good luck boys!

For the girls, we see Westerford take on Rustenburg, Springfield go up against Somerset College and Bloemhof makes the journey to Wynberg!

Good luck to all for the weekend!

Knockout Cup

With just a few days to go until the Knockout Cup, we see everyone putting in their final prep.

This year’s event will be run differently to what we have grown accustomed, due to Newlands Swimming Pools being out of action for some much needed renovation and repair work.

The semi-finals will be hosted on Monday the 13th of March, with U13s at SACS Junior, U14s at Wynberg Boys, U15s and U16s at Rondebosch and U19s at Bishops. Fixtures will be released soon.

The finals will all be at Reddam in Tokai on Wednesday the 15th of March.

Please keep an eye on the next newsletter, as well as our Facebook page for more information as it becomes available.