WBPHS has bragging rights

Namib Diesel Walvis Bay Private High School (WBPHS) beat De Duine Secondary School 32-25 in a Momentum Under 19 Schools Rugby Premier league match at Narraville last Wednesday.

It is De Duine’s first participation in this league and is at the bottom of the log currently after losing all three its games so far.
De Duine was awarded a bonus point for the match, as the team lost with less than ten points against WBPHS and another two bonus points for their four tries against the three tries of WBPHS.
“It was a tough game, but I am very impressed with my players,” said De Duine’s coach, Karl Cookson.
“Our development and improvement over the season is more important to me than the score on the scoreboard. I think we could have won if one or two referee decisions were different.
“ I am very proud of my players who have done their best, concluded Cookson.
WBPHS coach Willie van Zyl agreed De Duine had an incredible performance and said they kept his team under pressure all the time.
“We had better games this season. This is a wake-up call for us to come back to earth. There still a few difficult matches ahead of us.
Tries for WBPHS came from lock Neil Brand, wing Jivino Polster, flank Divan van Vreden and reserve back Keanu Gonteb. Polster and fly-half Scott Winborn shared the kick points.
De Duine’s points came from wing Keanu Daniels, center Jade Visagie and fly-half Algirnon Kolz. With substitute fly-half Be-van Coetzee and prop Jay Jay Dentlinger suc-ceeded with kicks.
De Duine with 19 points are last on the log after six games with six losses. De Duine will play Saturday 29 June away against Pro-Ed Academy (second last on the log with 21 points after three games with two wins and one loss). De Duine will play its last game on Saturday 20 July against OK Foods Moria from Outjo.
Third place on the log with 29 points after four games with three wins and one loss WBPHS will play their next game on Saturday 29 June away against Winhoek Afrikaanse Privaat Skool (WAP). WBPHs still needs to play Windhoek Gymnasium and Pro-Ed away and their last game at home against Elnatan (Stampriet).

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