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Rugby: 2016 U18 Coca-Cola Craven and Academy Weeks to be hosted at Kearsney
We’re delighted to be hosting the prestigious 2016 U18 Coca-Cola Rugby Youth Weeks from 11-16 July. This is the first time that the U18 Coca-Cola Craven and Academy Weeks have been held simultaneously at the same venue. See fixtures…
With 44 teams participating, it is believed this will be the world’s biggest school rugby tournament ever. Our beautiful campus and world-class facilities provide a fitting venue for this historic event and we’re looking forward to welcoming rugby supporters from all over the country.
With South Africa’s future Boks on display, this promises to be an unforgettable week. Read more for fixtures…
Youth Day 2016
The Kearsney College Council organised a special assembly for Kearsney boys to commemorate Youth Day on the morning of 16 June. In the evening there were formal House Dinners where the theme was continued.
It was the 40th anniversary of the first day of what came to be called the Soweto uprising – a day that students stood up against the Bantu education system.
Rugby: U18 KZN Craven Week Team
Congratulations to our five 1st XV players who have been selected for the KZN Craven Week team.
2 Dylan Richardson; 5 Jared Meyer; 6 Luke Croshaw; 8 James Miller; 22 Cameron Ritchie. Read more…
Provincial Hockey selections 2016
Congratulations to the six hockey players selected for the KZN Coastal Boys U18A team and four selected for the KZN Coastal Boys U16A team. A further nine boys have been included in other U18 and U16 provincial teams. Four boys have been selected for U14 provincial teams. Read more…
Old Boy achieves highest mark in MBA programme at Cambridge University
Congratulations to Justin Reed (KCOB 2003) who achieved the highest overall mark in Cambridge University’s Judge Business School MBA Programme. Read more…
Jean-Luc du Preez to play for SA “A” squad
Flank Jean-Luc du Preez (KCOB 2013) has been included in the South Africa “A” squad to face the England Saxons in June.