Monday, February 18, 2008

Bosch Rugby Supporters’ Club

You have the Super 14, the Currie Cup, the Vodacom Cup and many other forms of rugby competition in our lovely country. But there is one form of competition that seems to evoke so much emotion amongst its patrons, and it’s that of school boy rugby. School boy rugby has now entered the rugby realm of ‘hectic’ as schools breed mini Lomu’s in the attempt to gain respect for their school through the game of rugby.

Once a rugby stronghold, Rondebosch Boys’ High has struggled somewhat with the transition into this hectic phase. This is no more as the Bosch Rugby Supporters’ Club has been set up so that old boys, parents, friends and anyone with an interest can help the development of Bosch rugby.

This is an invitation to all those interested in Bosch rugby to join the club and come have some fun!

The first function of the year is on Thursday 21 February at 18:00 in the Centenary Pavilion at Rondebosch Boys’. There will be an open bar and a meal on offer and the guest speaker is the renowned controversialist Mark Keohane. The cost for membership is R100 for U25’s and R300 for the older supporters. With 6 great functions a year where a meal and a guest speaker are on offer the deal is a no-brainer, not to mention an open bar at both the 1st function and the AGM.

So if you are interested then come on down on Thursday and you can join up and enjoy the festivities and at the same time support a great school and a great game.

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