Edition Three I COACHES CORNER

1.  Dauw, you have always been passionate about rugby. Do you feel the idea behind coaching players goes beyond just playing the game? Most DEFINITELY!!! You are not just a rugby coach, but a life coach as well. Players when they trust you and feel free to share personal problems with you, you must know what to do in those situations. Sometimes if personal not too get too involved and say to much to your Continue Reading

Edition Two I COACHES CORNER

  1. If you could reflect on the past couple of rugby seasons Hillcrest High School has had, would you say that you are satisfied with the growth and are you looking forward to what can be achieved in the coming years? The most satisfying thing for me was that I could add value to the jersey and to make the boys believe that they good win games. I look forward to growing rugby in Continue Reading

Edition One I COACHES CORNER

    1.  You have a wealth of experience and have coached in a number of associations. Are you relishing the schoolboy rugby challenge? Yes, I do it is a new challenge altogether, but a nice one. It won’t be totally unfamiliar to me as I have work with school boys and consulted for schools on numerous occasions before. 2.  Durban High School has a history that is unique. Do you feel that the right Continue Reading

WEDNESDAY CLUB RUGBY COLUMN

Pegasus Publishing I Publishing great sporting content since 1995.   The final curtain dropped on the 2019 club rugby season last weekend with Harlequins winning the Findlay Cup out on their home grounds on the Bluff, when they beat Voortrekker from Pietermaritzburg 30-12 in the final of the 97-year-old knockout competition. The Findlay Cup was presented to the Union in 1922 in honor of the loyal long serving rugby administrator and former President HA ‘Archie’ Continue Reading