There are four changes to the DHL Western Province U19 team to face Vodacom Blue Bulls U19 at 10h00 at City Park on Saturday.
There are three changes to the forward pack and one in the backline as DHL Western Province U19 look to take their unbeaten run this season to seven straight wins.
The front row features the rotation of both props as Leon Lyons and Sazi Sandi start either side of hooker Schalk Erasmus, with Reece Bezuidenhout and Adam Neethling on the replacements bench.
In the loose trio Shaine Orderson is back at flank, with Jesse Johnson and Charl Serdyn providing cover as replacements.
The only change to the backline sees speedster Mike Mavovana come back into the starting line-up on the left wing, with Sako Makata set to provide impact in the second half.
DHL Western Province U19 coach Nazeem Adams said that having gone through the first round of fixtures unbeaten, his team will have to prove that they can back that up.“We only just beat Vodacom Blue Bulls U19 when we faced them in the opening round at Loftus Versfeld earlier in the season, so the players know that we are in for another tough game.
“We want to build on what we have achieved so far this season and improve our accuracy in all areas,” he said.
DHL Western Province U19: 15 Marco Labuschagne, 14 Christian Geutang, 13 Lubelo Scott, 12 Lyle Hendricks, 11 Mike Mavovana, 10 Wian van Zyl, 9 Labib Kannemeyer, 8 Muller Uys, 7 Shaine Orderson, 6 Regardt du Plessis, 5 BJ Dixon, 4 Salmaan Moerat (captain), 3 Sazi Sandi, 2 Schalk Erasmus, 1 Leon Lyons.
Replacements: 16 Liam Larkan, 17 Reece Bezuidenhout, 18 Adam Neethling, 19 Jesse Johnson, 20 Charl Serdyn, 21 Deon Carstens, 22 Francke Botha, 23 Sako Makata.