The Bishops Rugby Supporters’ Club

Invites you to join us to hear from

Jonathan Kaplan

Heatlie Kaplan

International test referee record holder, and ask him his opinion on the state of refereeing, UCT rugby campaigns, and his career managing characters on the field of play. Anton Taylor will lead the Q&A.

Date: Wednesday 17 June 2015

Time: 18:00

Paid up members: No charge

Non-members are welcome at R200 per head.

(Snacks will be served and a cash bar will be available)

We will be auctioning one of Jonathan’s jerseys during a break to raise funds to support coaching our school boy refs.

Please invite your friends!

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MATCH DAYS

At home games we operate a gazebo in the northern corner  of the Piley Rees, where members congregate, meet up with friends, secure a seat or position themselves to watch the game with an uninterrupted view. Snacks and cooldrinks are served.

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After the game, we are invited to join the Principal and his guests in the Heatlie, where we catch up with old friends, ex-players, and visiting school supporters to discuss rugby.

 We also set up the gazebo for select Prep games at Lutgensvale.

 

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  • Why do we play this game?

    Rugby is where a whole life can be trampled into an hour, where the emotions of a lifetime can be felt on a pitch of ground, where a person can suffer then die and rise again. Rugby is a theater where sinners and layabouts can be saints; a common man can become an uncommon hero and champs can become the chumps. It is a place where the past and the future so often fuse with the present. Rugby is singularly able to give us crowning experiences where we feel completely one with the world and transcend all conflicts as we finally become our own potential. ~with apologies to George A. Sheehan.

  • 'I have no doubt that you could pull rugby players out of their many other commitments at this busiest of schools. They could do pillar strength at short break, gym before school, condition during chapel, work on fundamentals and core strength at long break and train every afternoon. We might even beat Gym away. But is that really what we are after?' John Dobson