Rugby Nite Series action kicks-off

All rugby fans are encouraged to head to Amanzimtoti Rugby Club tomorrow afternoon (Friday, 9 February) for the kick-off of the schools Rugby Nite Series.

In its third year, fans can enjoy a high standard of school boy rugby when the local schools showcase their talent.

Conceptualised by Garth Lamprecht of Lords and Legends and Zander Erasmus of Kuswag Skool, this year’s total prize money is about R35,000 in cash and vouchers.

For the first time local primary schools have been invited to participate and they kick off proceedings with the first two matches at 3pm and 4pm every Friday until the final on 2 March.

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All three Toti high schools are joined by Pinetown Boys’ High in the Amanzimtoti round robin. Four schools are pitted against each other further down south and the winner will square off against the Toti winner in the final.

Local primary schools in action are Kuswag, Amanzimtoti Primary, Doonheights Primary and Warner Beach Prep.

The competition gets off to a sizzling start with defending champions, Kingsway up against old foe Amanzimtoti High School at 5pm.

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Friday, 9 February fixtures: 

3pm – Doonheights (U13) vs Amanzimtoti Primary

4pm – Kuswag Laerskool (U13) vs Warner Beach Prep

5pm – Toti (U19) vs Kingsway

6pm – Kuswag (U19) vs Pinetown Boys High.

Organisers thank the following sponsors: Mozart Ice-Cream, Rocca Mamas, Photo Note, Security Superstore, Spur Amanzimtoti, ET Rapid Response and Sure Source.

 

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