Blog started on 22 June 2014:
|REGION / PLACE||QUALIFIER||QUALIFIER||QUARTERFINAL||SEMIFINAL||FINAL|
|Blue Bulls 3||Menlopark||70|
|Leop 1/BB 3||Menlopark||24|
|Valke 1||EG Jansen||31|
|Valke Final||EG Jansen||24||EG Jansen||29|
|Valke Final||Kempton Park||21||Garsfontein||32|
|BB 4/Lim 1/GL2||Centurion||24|
|Blue Bulls 1||Garsfontein||41|
|BB 4/Lim 1||Centurion||25|
|Golden Lions 2||Florida||17|
|Blue Bulls 4||Centurion||47||GARSFONTEIN|
|Limpopo 1||Tom Naude||5||MONUMENT|
|Valke 2||Kempton Park||22|
|Blue Bulls 2||Waterkloof||20|
|Valke 2/BB 2||Kempton Park||29|
|Valke 3/Pumas 2||HTS Middelburg||5|
|Golden Lions 1||Monument||25|
|Pumas 2||HTS Middelburg||W|
|Valke 3||Vereeniging Gim*|
|Pumas final||HTS Middelburg||12|
*Vereeniging Gim withdrew from their knockout game against HTS Middelburg
In Pretoria, the biggest and most competitive region it was Garsfontein who finised top of the pile for the first time in their history. The win achieved by Menlopark against Eldoraigne on Saturday 21 June was a crucial one. It meant that Menlopark progressed while Eldoraigne did not qualify for the playoffs.
Monument and Florida were meant to play a final on 26 July to determine first and second place. However due to there being SA Schools trials that week, the schools agreed that Monnas should be no.1 and Florida no.2.
EG Jansen and Kempton Park will contest the Valke regional final on 26 July.
1. EG Jansen / Kempton Park
3. Vereeniging Gim
Regional powerhouses HTS Middelburg and Nelspuit will contest the final on 26 July. The winners will gain direct access to the quarterfinals while the losers will play a qualifier on 02 August to try and gain entry to the quarterfinal round.
Only one team – Rustenburg
Only one team – Tom Naude