Rangers on a roll at Surrey Estate

Surrey Estate Rangers Kurt Young, goes on the drive during his sides 45-31 victory in a WPRFU Super League B fixture against Kraaifontein RFC, at the Diamant Close sportsfields, in Surrey Estate, at the weekend.

Pictures: Lonwabo Marele

“We allowed them back in the game after doing most of the work in the first half. We thought we had the game in the bag,” he said.

Rangers’ next match is against another Kraaifontein side, the Eikendal-based Hands & Heart, also at Surrey Estate, on Saturday August 18.

And, Hartzenberg said they were aware that the game would be another bruising one for his charges.

“We want to be consistent in our approach and are working on consistency in picking the team. And that is why we take feedback from everyone, including the management, seriously.

“We have, as a result, sharpened our attack, so we need to make sure our score is higher. We want to be clinical and make sure we don’t allow them any space to create chances.”

Meanwhile, Primrose proved too good for Pniel Villagers, recording a convincing 51-12 win in their SLB match at Rosmead Avenue, also on Saturday.

That victory, at home, meant that the Roses are now in fifth position in the league standings with 27 points after winning five, drawing one and losing only two of their eight matches.

And, with a game in hand, the side has a good chance of finishing in the top two, or even winning the league, come end of the season.

They will look to put more pressure on log leaders Paarl when they take on 12th-placed All Saints away in Somerset West, at the weekend.