EP U17 players make district proud

EP U17 players make district proud

Two Makhanda-born rugby stars are doing the district proud after their selection to the EP u17  team to play in a sevens tournament in Bloemfontein recently.

The 16-year-old  up-and-coming stars Cameron Doyle of Graeme College and Denilo Jordaan of Port Alfred High School are on the fast track to rugby success following their selection.

Cameron who is in Grade 11 said though his chief goal was to be selected to the EP u17 XVs team, his sevens selection is a big step in that direction. “This selection was very, very unexpected, but I am very excited that my goals are being achieved in the game I am so passionate about. Sevens is important because it helps the skill level, it improves fitness levels and decision-making, so it’s a good build-up for the 15s game.”

Cameron, a utility player who can play in the scrum half and fullback positions, says though he did not want to predict his future in rugby when he leaves school, he does not rule out a career in coaching when his playing days are over. “Yes, I would lov

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