School halts rugby fixture over 'stolen' players row

24 January 2016 - 02:01 By JAN BORNMAN

Two matric rugby players have put the spotlight back on the sports rivalry between top boys' schools in Joburg. Parktown Boys' High has suspended fixtures against King Edward VII (KES) after accusing the Houghton school of violating an anti-poaching agreement following a last-minute transfer of two of its first-team players.

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