Robert De Morney in Jeppe 1st Team Rugby Squad

by | Apr 17, 2015 | Clive Hatch / Jeppe Scholarship

Robert De Morney
Robert de Morney the first recipient of the Clive Hatch Scholarship in 2012 when he started in grade 8 at Tsessebe House, Jeppe High School for Boys has been chosen in the first rugby team squad this year now that he is in grade 11.

Ever since he started at Tsessebe House  at Jeppe in 2012 he has played in the A rugby sides for Under 14; Under 15 and Under 16, he plays as a flank. He played for the Golden Lions Academy under 16 team in 2014.

A  brief resume of Robert is  as follows:

House: Tsessebe

Nickname: Skapie

Credentials: New cap, Golden Lions Academy u/16 (2014)

Ambition/Vision: To be the best I can be

Personal motto: Hard work will always beat talent if talent doesn’t work hard

Biggest influence on rugby career: Mr Venter

Favourite Super XV team: Stormers

Favourite rugby player: Marcel Coetzee

Hobbies: Gym

Favourite movie: Horrible bosses 2

Favourite music: RnB

Favourite food: Braaivleis (steak)

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Clive Hatch is a political commentator and opinionist. He is a former Member and Leader of the Opposition in the Mpumalanga Provincial Legislature. After matriculating from Jeppe High School for Boys in 1967 Clive Hatch has lived, worked and been involved in the Emalahleni (Witbank) community.

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