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The Mutual and Federal Interschool’s gets underway with a mouthwatering clash when old foes Grey High and Paul Roos meet on Saturday the 9th of April.

The visitors from Port Elizabeth will be hoping to replicate their last performance at the Makkotter Field this time round. In 2014 Grey were 26 points down but ended up winning the match.

However, it’s the home team who still dominate, but only narrowly.

Paul Roos have won five of the nine encounters played in the last nine years.

The game will be televised live on SuperSport 6 (channel 206) at 14:05

You can also catch the build-up Premier Interschools Magazine Show from Wednesday April 6 at 18:45 on SuperSport 8 featuring Stefan Dippenaar and Steven Hunt.

Schedule Date Genre Series Episode Start Time Channel
06-APR-2016 Rugby Mutual & Federal Premier Interschools Build-up Eps. 1 – Paul Roos vs Grey High 18:45 SS8
06-APR-2016 Rugby Mutual & Federal Premier Interschools Build-up Eps. 1 – Paul Roos vs Grey High 22:15 SS7 / SS7A / SS7N
07-APR-2016 Rugby Mutual & Federal Premier Interschools Build-up Eps. 1 – Paul Roos vs Grey High 18:45 SS7 / SS7A / SS7N
08-APR-2016 Rugby Mutual & Federal Premier Interschools Build-up Eps. 1 – Paul Roos vs Grey High 06:35 SS6 / SS6A
08-APR-2016 Rugby Mutual & Federal Premier Interschools Build-up Eps. 1 – Paul Roos vs Grey High 14:45 SS7
08-APR-2016 Rugby Mutual & Federal Premier Interschools Build-up Eps. 1 – Paul Roos vs Grey High 15:15 SS1 / SS1A / CSN
08-APR-2016 Rugby Mutual & Federal Premier Interschools Build-up Eps. 1 – Paul Roos vs Grey High 19:30 SS6 / SS6A
08-APR-2016 Rugby Mutual & Federal Premier Interschools Build-up Eps. 1 – Paul Roos vs Grey High 22:45 SS5 / SS5A / SS5N
09-APR-2016 Rugby Mutual & Federal Premier Interschools Build-up Eps. 1A – Paul Roos vs Grey High 14:00 SS6 / SS6A

Paul Roos Rugby History:

The name Paul Roos and rugby are two things that cannot be mentioned separately.

Roos was the creator of the original springbok emblem and is seen as the father of rugby by many.

Paul Roos has to date produced the most South African players to represent their country on a rugby field with Juandre Kruger becoming their 50th player when he played against England at Kingspark on the 9th of June 2012. Their latest Springbok is fullback Willie Le Roux who got his test cap against Italy in June 2013.

The following players from Paul Roos represented South Africa on the rugby field from 1980:

Arthur Nicholas de Kock (1891), Jacob Stephanus (Japie) Louw (1891), James Alexander (Jim) McKendrick (1891), Robert (Bob) Shand, Paul Johannes de Waal (1896), Japie Krige (1896), Bob Loubser (1896), Pieter Albertus Ryno Otto (PO) Nel (1903), Paul Johannes Roos (1903), Koei Brink (1906), Henry John (Pinkie) Daneel (1906), Boy de Villiers (1906), Freddie Luyt (1910), Dick Luyt (1910), Koot Reynecke (1910), Gideon Daniël Roos (1910), Wakkie Krige (1912), John Douglas Luyt (1912), Tom van Vuuren (1912), Nic du Plessis (1921), Theuns Kruger (1921), Charlé Meyer (1921), Mannetjies Michau (1921), Phil Mostert (1921), Tokkie Scholtz (1921), Jackie Tindall(1921), Attie van Heerder (1921), PK Albertyn (1924), Nico Bosman (1924), Daunce Devine (1924), Kenny Starke (1924), George Murray Daneel (1928), Manus de Jongh (1928), AF du Toit (1928), PK Morkel (1928), Boet Prinsloo (1928), Ferdie Bergh (1931), George Lionell van Reenen (1937), Ballie Wahl (1949), Tjol Lategan (1949), Jannie Engelbrecht (1960), Gertjie Brynard (1965)Hempies du Toit (1980), Cabous van der Westhuizen (1994), Justin Swart (1996), Cobus Visagie (1999), Andries Bekker (2008), Schalk Brits (2008), Francois Hougaard (2009), Juandre Kruger (2012),Willie Le Roux (2013)

Grey High Rugby History:

Grey High has a proud history in South African rugby producing 15 Springboks that represented their country at international level.

Springbok centre Jan Serfontein, spend his formative years in Grey Primary and Grey High up to Grade 9 before matriculating at Grey College Bloemfontein.

Grey has a proud rugby tradition and record which dates back to the 19th century.

Their traditional rivals they compete against on an annual basis, are Dale College, Graeme College, Grey College, Queen’s College, Selborne College, St. Andrew’s College, Wynberg High and of late Paul Roos Gymnasium.

The first rugby match was played on the 16 September 1893 against Muir College of Uitenhage.

During the years 1919 to 1923 Grey played four internationals against Dale, Gill, Kingswood and St Andrew’s. Money for the main field was donated by an Old Grey, Arthur Phillip in 1938 and thus the main field is “The Phillip Field”.

Well known television commentators and outstanding players, like Gavin Cowley and Andrew Patterson also graced the Phillip field.

Special mention must be made of Michael Catt, Rory Duncan and Luke Watson who captained the England, Free State and Western Province Currie Cup sides respectively in 2007.

List of Springboks:

Jack Hirsch, Fred Smollan, Freddie Turner, George Smith, Bunny Reid, Roy Dry burgh, Iain Kirkpatrick(matriculated at Kimberley Boys High),Wilf Rosenberg, Peter Allen, Mickey Gerber, Shaun Povey, Luke Watson, JJ Engelbrecht, Siya Kolisi, Jan Serfontein  (matriculated at Grey College)

 

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