Playing at home on lovely winter's morning the South African College High School (SACS) staged a dramatic second-half comeback to beat rivals Dioesan College (Bishops) by 20 points to thirteen. SACS trailed 13-nil at the interval.
Changes made around five key areas of play - the tackle, scrum, offside, ruck, and maul - over the past three seasons have begun to have an impact in shaping the game that SANZAR wants to see played in Super Rugby.
Full-back will be giving Ireland coach Declan Kidney the biggest headache as he finalises his 30-man squad for the World Cup.
It was the third day of the Rugby Canada National Championship in Calgary, and while most of the games went according to the form sheet, in the men's U16 category it was the story of an improbable semi-final win by Newfoundland that captured the interest of the day.
In the final build-up match to the Rugby World Cup, Japan narrowly defeated the Eagles 20-14 at the Prince Chichbu Memorial Rugby Ground on a wet Sunday evening.
This is a list of SA Schools players since the first team was chosen in 1974. An asterisk marks those who became Springboks. There are not many of them.
Japan, beaten by Italy last weekend, came back from 14-8 down at half time to defeat the USA Eagles 20-14 at the Prince Chichibu Memorial Rugby Ground in Tokyo on Sunday night.
Rookie Springbok utility back Patrick Lambie will face an anxious 24 hours as he awaits a medical report on his injured shoulder.
All Black coach Graham Henry was lavish with his praise of the Springboks, following South Africa's 18-5 Tri-Nations victory over New Zealand in Port Elizabeth at the weekend.
Wales coach Warren Gatland has applied the finishing touches to a World Cup squad that will be short on surprises.
Ireland World Cup hopeful Felix Jones has been ruled out of the tournament in New Zealand after damaging a foot ligament in Saturday's warm-up against France.
Nick de Luca said he would be "totally devastated" if he fails to make Scotland's World Cup squad following his man-of-the-match performance in their final warm-up test against Italy.
Warren Gatland insists Wales will enter the World Cup in New Zealand better placed than ever before after recording a 28-13 victory of Argentina at the Millennium Stadium.
Nikki Walker, the 24-times capped Scotland wing, will miss the World Cup in New Zealand next month on account of the knee injury he sustained in the closing stages of the Test against Italy at Murrayfield at the weekend.
Brian O'Driscoll says there are no 'panic buttons' being pressed after Ireland lost 22-26 to France on Saturday, their third World Cup warm-up defeat in a row.