Super League A full house and more action this weekend.

Some of our Super League teams are gearing up for battle as some head past the halfway mark and others return to action to play catch-up.

In Super League A, we saw Kuilsriver get their first points on the board with a 34-25 win over Brackenfell at Jagtershof in a match that saw momentum shift multiple times. At Brookside, we witnessed a narrow win for Helderberg as Villagers played their first match since mid-May, keeping themselves in seventh place on the log and within striking distance of the top six. Villagers host Stellenbosch this week as the latter returns to play. This weekend sees a one-and-two clash on the log as unbeaten log leaders Hamiltons host second-place Durbel, while NTK plays a returning CPUT, Kuilsriver travels to St Georges, and Brackenfell hosts False Bay.

With only the Super Leagues in action, fans can also find some exciting matches in Super League B, with log leaders UWC returning against Langa and Bellville hosting Hamlets. Last week saw Langa give Van der Stel a run for their money, while both Bellville and Hamlets come off a rest. Although Hamlets are currently scoring more points on average when they play away, Bellville does have home ground advantage.

It’s a two-and-three battle in Super League C this weekend as Goodwood and Pniel Villagers go head-to-head. Goodwood comes off a 43-14 win over Gardens, and Pniel Villagers will be looking to bounce back from their 30-31 one-point loss to Scottsdene. This was Pniel’s first loss of the season, while Goodwood has only lost to Macassar.

In the City League, Elsies River will be disappointed with their narrow 32-29 loss to Violets last week, knowing that their promotion league opportunity might now be out of their hands with only one match left before the curtain closes. Silvertree, on the other hand, will be happy with their 15-12 win over Morning Star but will also know it’s going to be a tight run even with two games in hand.

Young Wesleys and Watsonia will be happy with their top two spots in the Southern League, but it seems the third spot is most likely going to be a battle between Young Stars and Blue Stars while Rocklands have only two matches left to squeeze back into contention.

Up until the past weekend, Delft had been unbeaten, but this weekend saw second-place Sir Lowrians turn that around with a 15-5 win to keep them in a nerve-racking space for promotion, now with only one match left, and with only two points separating positions three to six. Albions have a game in hand, and Raithby Universals, Stellenbosch Coronations, and Whistling Wheels are still in with a shout.

Members are reminded that next Friday, 22 June 2024, we will host our first Women’s Rugby Referees Course. Please notify all your women players and members of the opportunity to either stay in the game or get involved in the game. This World Rugby course is an introductory level course and forms part of our women’s development programme. Once completed, our candidates enter the referees programme, which includes a gradual introduction to practical applications before being carefully managed into their first matches. Interested members can email

Our next World Rugby Coaching Course is set for 21 June 2024 at Newlands, being the Level One introductory course. This year has seen an abundance of sign-ups, indicating the popularity of this course. Click here to sign up now.

This weekend sees our DHL WP Rugby Women’s side take on the Boland Dames ta City Park, Kick – off 13:00 and open to the public, free of charge. This match will be a humdinger as the these two teams have been going toe to toe for many years.