Paul Roos hosts Craven Week

2014-10-21 15:01
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Cape Town - The 2015 Craven Week will be hosted at the Markötter Fields at Paul Roos Gymnasium in Stellenbosch as part of the school’s 150-year anniversary celebrations.

According to the WP Rugby website, the Under-18 Academy Week will be hosted by the Falcons Rugby Union at the Isak Steyl Stadium in Vanderbijlpark, while the Under-16 Grant Khomo Week will be hosted by the South Western Districts Rugby Union at the at Bridgton Sports Grounds in Oudtshoorn.
Meanwhile, the Mpumalanga Rugby Union will host the Under-13 Craven Week at Hoërskool Rob Ferreira in White River and the Boland Rugby Union has been granted the right to host the LSEN Week at HTS Drostdy in Worcester.
2015 SARU Youth Week dates and venues:
Under-13 Craven Week – June 29 to July 3 - Hoërskool Rob Ferreira, White River 
Under-16 Grant Khomo Week – July 6 to 9 - Bridgton Sports Grounds, Oudtshoorn  
Under-18 Academy Week – July 6 to 10 - Isak Steyl Stadium in Vanderbijlpark
Under-18 Craven Week – July 13 to 18 - Paul Roos Gymnasium, Stellenbosch
LSEN Week – June 29 to July 2 - HTS Drostdy, Worcester

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