first_imgA resurgent Primrose Rugby Club went down 15-50 to an on form Brackenfell side during a Western Province Rugby Football Union (WPRFU)Super League A match, in Brackenfell, on Saturday. Primrose are currently at the bottom of the log. They have struggled to register a win in three opening league games.They came into the game against second-placed Brackenfell with the will to win following their 10-56 defeat to False Bay a week ago and 10-54 loss to log leaders, UCT, a fortnight ago, however, Brackies had other plans in mind. Despite the first, second and third teams being outplayed by Brackenfell on the score sheet, Primrose’s under-20 side showed signs of resilience after they registered a 29-24 win earlier on Saturday. It does not get any easier for Primrose in the top flight as they will travel away to a recovering Union-Milnerton (Uni-Mil) on Saturday. The third-placed Uni-Mil went down by a narrow 25-35 margin to eighth-placed Stellenbosch away on Friday. This was Uni-Mil’s first loss of the season after winning both opening league games against Paarl 46-29 and 63-29 against Hamilton. It was also Maties first fixture of the season and they went in with a bang against Uni-Mil.In other news, UWC will be happy to have walked away with a 33-33 draw against Hammies a fortnight ago. Hammies are in 10th position on the log with four points after winning one and losing one. At the weekend, UWC defeated a crippled Paarl side 34-28, in Paarl. This was Paarl’s third loss in three games. UWC will tackle Brackies at home on Saturday, while Paarl will travel to UCT. Elsewhere, Tygerberg and False Bay remain unbeaten following their wins a fortnight ago. Villager crushed NTK 57-14, before they were thumped 38-7 by Tygerberg. Stellenbosch will host SK Walmer, NTK will host Tygerberg, and Durbanville-Bellville will welcome Hamilton this weekend.last_img