Karoo Springbokke, Old Collegians share the spoils
Old Collegians and Karoo Springbokke took half of the R5,500 prize money at stake in the Komani Take It All tournament played at the Thobi Kula Stadium on Saturday.
Four teams participated in the rugby day, organised to keep the teams active after the conclusion of the league season.
Breakers, Old Collegians, Progress and visitors from Cradock Karoo Springbokke battled it out for the main prize.
In the opening match Karoo Springbokke got the better of Progress, beating them 15-14.
That was followed up by the match between Breakers and OC, with Collegians walking away with a 19-12 win.
Karoo Springbokke returned to the field, this time taking on Breakers and comfortably winning 15-0.
The match between Progress and Old Collegians produced sparks, but both teams had to settle for a 14-14 draw.
Due to bad light the final, according to the point system between Karoo Springbokke and Old Collegians, could not be played and both teams settled for half of the prize money.
A host of tournaments will take place in the Border region during the course of the weekend.
Both OC and Progress will make the short trip to King Williams Town to participate in the Africans Heritage Day tournament.
Komani Rugby Development will participate in the annual Edwin” Nutse” Ngculu Rugby Tournament with only U13 and U16 teams participating.
This tournament will be hosted at Mlungisi Stadium on Saturday and Sunday.
Leo Mbini Rugby Development will host their annual Heritage Tournament in Berlin and it specifically earmarks U13, U15, U18 and U20 teams.
The match between Progress and Old Collegians produced sparks