SA Rugby U21 competition is drawing to a close and we had some great tries scored again this weekend in all three matches.
After ten rounds of matches the Blue Bulls sit comfortable on top of the log with Western Province and the Free State following them.
This will see the Blue Bulls playing the Sharks in the one semi-final and Western Province playing Free State in the other.
Here is the wrap of this last weekends matches:
The Blue Bulls were rampant over the weekend in their last group match against the Leopards scoring 11 tries to 1.
They went on to beat the Leopards 75-7 as they showcased their skills against the Leopards.
Muller Uys, Sebastiaan Jobb and Jay-Cee Nel all scored twice with Llewellyn Classen, Keagan Johannes, Gershwin Mouton, Richard Kriel and Phillip Potgieter all chipping in with a try of their own.
Theo Boshoff kicked 10 of the 11 conversions in the match for the Blue Bulls.
The Leopards try came from Reinard Jordaan with Janlu Steenkamp kicking the conversion.
This win have secured the Blue Bulls a place in the knockout stages of the competition and favourites to win it as well as they have shown all season what a quality outfit they are.
It was an exciting game over the weekend between the Free State and Sharks with 15 tries being scored in the match.
The Sharks outscored the home side with 9 tries to 6 as they claim a great victory of 59-42.
The Sharks led 28-21 at halftime after an exciting close first half.
For the Sharks Evan Roos scored a hat-trick of tries with Adam Mountfort, Caleb Dingaan, Donald Falconer, Asanda Sihle Kunene, Thaakir Abrahams and Onke Jiba all chipping in.
Jaden Hendrikse converted 7 of the tries in the match.
Free State tries came from Vleis Meades, Hannes Terblanche, Conan Le Fleur, Marthinus Boshoff and two from Elrigh Louw. James Mollentze kicked 6 conversions over.
What an exciting match did we witness between Western Province and the Golden Lions over the weekend when the visitors sneaked through to claim a great win of 33-32.
It was a strong first half from Province leading 22-14 at the break but the Golden Lions came back at them in the second half to outscore them with 5 tries to 4.
For the home side Angelo Davids crossed the whitewash twice with Vusile Dlepu and David Kriel adding one tries each.
Nathan Mcbeth, P J Botha, Phillip Krause, Dian Schoonees and Tatenda Mujawo all scored tries to give them the win.