The Score WP Club Rugby Sevens tournament goes into its final day this Saturday with sixteen teams now having played through the Pool stages.
Pool A saw Tygerberg, False Bay, Young Peoples and SK Walmers make it to the top four, Pool B is Brackenfell, Hamiltons, All Saints and Villagers.
Hamlets ended in 1st place in Pool C followed by the 2017 champions St Georges and 2016 Champions Bellville and Scottsdene Central.
Belhar came out unbeaten after three weeks to take the top spot in Pool D followed by Paarl, NTK and Elsies River United.
This Saturday the qualifiers play on a knock-out basis through the quarters, semi-finals and finals, with the end results being contested in the Cup, Shield, Bowl and Plate Finals.
Belhar and Brackenfell seem to be the danger side this year as both teams have a 100% win rate. Belhar who ended the pool stages with the highest log points over all pools kick off against SK Walmers at 11:45 and Brackenfell against Scottsdene at 11:18. Scottsdene will be happy to know that 21year old Migeul Smythe is in their squad with Smythe having ended as second highest try scorer during the pool stages.
Tygerberg who will start the day at 11:00 against Elsies is another team to look out for having ended with the second highest overall log points and top of the log in Pool A.
Bonus points has clearly been a major factor in the past few weeks but this will not be a factor this Saturday due to the knock out format, and as such teams that are high on tries per game averages will most likely have the advantage. NTK will thus know that they have their work cut out for them as they kick-off against False Bay who is highest overall pools on tries scored. NTK however have Alroy Brandt the tournament overall second place points scorer in their squad. Brandt has amassed a total of 97 points with 13 tries and 16 conversions thus far.
Paarl open their day against Young Peoples with the advantage of having the overall tries and points scorer Curtly Hamilton Davids in their squad. Davids scored a whopping 128 points for Paarl, with sixteen tries and 24 conversions during the pool stages.
2018 champions St Georges go into their first match against All Saints with Naziem Wood as the danger man. Wood is currently in fourth place on overall pool points with 78 points from 9 tries and 15 conversions.
We expect another exciting day of Sevens rugby action as fans can enjoy their Score Energy drinks from one of the many shaded vantage points, music entertainment, plenty of parking and off course the Bashews Kiddies Zone for families with children.