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A day to remember - Bishops vs RBHS 1st XV 50 -10

One of the tragedies of Covid has been the loss of school sport. Today we were privileged to watch two teams of schoolboy rugby players fearlessly expressing themselves.

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Andrew Russell (1981G)  writes: One of the tragedies of Covid has been the loss of school sport. Today we were privileged to watch two teams of schoolboy rugby players fearlessly expressing themselves, running the ball from every corner of the field. Bishops, with 3 SA under 18 players, were too strong for traditional rivals Rondebosch, who never stopped playing until the final whistle. This could have been one of the best ever Bishops teams. At least we got to see them 4 times, including a thumping of Paul Roos. Even if the parents had to watch from Silwood Road! Thanks to coach Wes, manager Warwick Richter and these boys for giving us some magic today."

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