SCHOOLS’ rugby giants, St John’s and Falcon College, dominate the Zimbabwe national Under-18 team set to grace the Craven Week festival in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, in July. The team was picked from the provincial sides that took part in the national selection trials held over the weekend at Peterhouse in Marondera.
St John’s and Falcon College provide the highest number of players to the Under-18 side with seven players coming from each of the two schools.
Zac Nel, who was part of the side that took part at last year’s edition of the Under-18 Craven Week in Kimberly, failed to make it into the team after sustaining a knee injury.
Alex Zwart, Tino Chinyani, Rukudzo Gona, Nhekai Mavhimba, Nick Burnett, Ryan Hutchings and Richard Watson complete the Rams’ flock. Falcon College have Brandon Scheepers, Kingsley Reid, Alvo Sendera, Craig Byderwell, Dale Gibbons, Keagen Walder and Leroy Sibanda who was named captain of the side.
K. Zhou, T. Musakanda (Prince Edward), N. Mavhimba, N. Burnett, R. Hutchings, R. Watson, S. Zwart, T. Chinyani, R. Gona (St John’s College), Chikodzi, Mujeni (St George’s College), K. Reid, B. Scheepers, L. Sibanda (captain), A. Sendera, C. Byderwell, D. Gibbons, K. Walder (Falcon), Roch (Hellenic) Murungani, Moolman, Mandivenga (Peterhouse)
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