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- SA hurdles ‘veterans’ battle it out for 2017 bragging rights
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Northern Gauteng march on
- Updated: April 30, 2009
Northern Gauteng continue to dominate the men’s under-21 interprovincial tournament at Hartleyvale.
Two wins were followed by a hard-fought 2-2 draw with defending champions and hosts Western Province in Pool A.
The South African Under-19 team continues to dominate Pool B and had an emphatic 7-0 victory over North West team.
Northern Gauteng and the SA Under-19 teams look sure to qualify for the semi-final spots but the battle for second spot is wide open in both pools.
KZN Coastal 8 Border 0
Southern Gauteng 9 Northern Cape 0
Northern Gauteng 2 Western Province 2
KZN Inland 1 Eastern Province 2
Peninsula 2 Free State 3
SA Under-19 7 North West 0