Kingswood College welcomed Stirling High School from East London to Grahamstown on Saturday for their annual derby day fixture. Kingswood had come off a number of good results and Stirling had struggled a bit this year.
The game started well for the hosts who applied pressure from the get go, and although Stirling showed commitment and put in some really good tackles at time, the Kingswood side was playing well structured rugby deep in the Stirling half. Kingswood managed to score a number of tries from deep in their half with the forwards dominating the tight loose and the backs finishing well.
Stirling scored a try of their own with a well worked kick and chase, but unfortunately for the men from East London it was the only time they crossed the line.
Kingswood won the encounter 73-5
Result: Kingswood won 73-5
Try scorers: Brendan Muchopa 4; Jordan Lombard 3; Josh von Holdt; Aiden Chamberlain; Jack Mills and Matty Pieterse
Conversions: Bryce Collins 9