A fork in the road is coming for South African school rugby


If we continue on the current path in school rugby, many schools with proud rugby histories will very soon come to a fork in the road – pursue elitist rugby excellence, which is divisive – or lose relevance in the sport. We must avoid this.

July marks the midpoint of the South African schoolboy rugby season and provides the opportunity for those not competing in Craven Week to put their feet up for a few weeks of rest. However, the debate as to the direction South African schoolboy rugby should take in the coming years is afforded no such luxury and will undoubtedly rage on. Before you pile into that argument, here is a reproval of the path we’re currently on…

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