EP Craven Week team ready for tournament

2018-07-04 06:00

THE Eastern Province High Schools Rugby Union has announced the members who have been selected for the EP teams that will participate in the national Craven Week tournament in Paarl from July 8 to July 14.

The members of the EP Craven Week team are Basi Malesu, Corne Slabbert, Bame Malesu, Dumisa Ncovane, Laken Gray, Hendri du Toit, Regardt Ferreira, Rebin du Pont, Runeldo Pedro, Jeandré Liebenberg, Joshua Oosthuizen, Charles Fleming, Lennox Holster, Liyema Matyolweni, Enrique Franks, Chris Poole, Zuki Salie, Wiehan Pretorius, Christiaan Roebert, Kevin Kanenunga, Jaco Nel, Mornay Potgieter, Claude Jacobs, Shaun Felix, Christiaan van Schalkwyk, Andy Royle and Deon Gerber.

The members of the EP Merit Academy team were also selected recently.

They are Ryan Windvogel, Yolisa Dladla, Tiaan du Toit, Jarred Comley, Luan Ras, Antonio Krige, Theo Repinz, Werner Louw, André Gerber, Delron Dicken, Ricardo Krige, De-Han van Zyl, Shemondre Hannes, Octavian Muller, Cedwyn Grootboom, Marinus Barnard, William Moffat, Warrick Griffen, Danie van der Merwe, Wango Thiso, Mario Japhta, Damian Ruiters, Clinton Lodewyk, Neville Botha (manager), Alan Miles (head coach) and Abe Smith (assistant coach).

Finally, the members of the EP Country Academy team are Junior Mazibuko, Hlumelo Gumetana, Tsepang Ranto, Divan Nel, Matt Hillary, Arno Nel, Dom Shone, Miles Dankwerts, Amahle Maku, Anele Mankongolo, Abongile Klaas, Jeandre Snyman, Ant Moore, Cole Kirkwood, Ambeza Zenzile, Joop Pasque, B du Preez, Ernst Mostert, Danie Naudé, Buhle Matshaya, Romano Fitz, Sandiso Charles, Semi Jack, Damian Arendse (head coach), Stegman van Zyl (manager) and Chris Felix (assistant coach).

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