DHL Western Province U19 coach Nazeem Adams has made four changes for the encounter against Leopards U19 at Brookside on Friday.
There are three changes up front and one in the backline as DHL Western Province U19 look to take their unbeaten run this season to six games.
Hooker Schalk Erasmus and lock BJ Dixon are back in the mix after missing the resounding victory against Eastern Province U19 last week, with Jesse Johnson shifting from lock to blindside flank and Shaine Orderson on the replacements bench.
The only change to the backline sees scrumhalf Labib Kannemeyer come back into the starting line-up after featuring as a replacement last week.
Adams said that he is grateful to be able to keep continuity with combinations as his team look to build on their unbeaten start to the campaign.
“It is vital that we take the momentum we have already created forward and make further improvements to our game.
“The players are determined to raise their standards further and this match against the Leopards is another great opportunity for all of them to grow,” he said.
DHL Western Province U19: 15 Marco Labuschagne, 14 Christian Geutang, 13 Lubelo Scott, 12 Lyle Hendricks, 11 Sako Makata, 10 Wian van Zyl, 9 Labib Kannemeyer, 8 Muller Uys, 7 Jesse Johnson, 6 Regardt du Plessis, 5 BJ Dixon, 4 Salmaan Moerat (captain), 3 Adam Neethling, 2 Schalk Erasmus, 1 Reece Bezuidenhout.
Replacements: 16 Daniel Jooste, 17 Leon Lyons, 18 Andre Booysen, 19 Bernard Jansen, 20 Shaine Orderson, 21 Branden de Kock, 22 Francke Botha, 23 Mike Mavovana.