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Boy’s High rugby is not just making up the numbers at 2024 Wildeklawer, says skipper

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Fully prepared and fully aware of the tough competition awaiting them, Mothata and his team aim to secure at least two wins out of three matches in the tournament.

Boy’s High School is set to make its mark at this year’s Absa Wildeklawer tournament. Leading the charge for the U-19 rugby team is none other than captain Omaatla Mothata.

Boy’s High School’s senior rugby team is set to make its mark at this year’s Absa Wildeklawer tournament, and leading the charge for the Under-19s is team captain Omaatla Mothata.

Reflecting on their journey to the 2024 Wildeklawer, Mothata acknowledged to the DFA the challenges faced during the previous year’s rebuilding phase, as the disruptions caused by COVID-19 hindered their progress, resulting in three losses out of four games.

However, this season brings renewed optimism for Boy’s High School. Following a successful tour in George, where they clinched victories in two out of three matches, including a commanding 43-12 win in their final game, the team’s morale received a significant boost. A subsequent friendly match against Diamantveld provided valuable insights, despite ending in defeat.

Mothata sees this as a testament to their improvement, drawing confidence from their competitive performance against a renowned rugby school like Diamantveld.

Therefore fully prepared and fully aware of the tough competition awaiting them, Mothata and his team aim to secure at least two wins out of three matches in the tournament. But they will be fighting for even more, you can be sure.

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