The visitors scored nine tries and stuck to their plan of retaining the ball and scoring try after try and proved to be too strong for the host team as they ran riot and won by a big margin.
Riaan de Klerk of Walvis Bay Private High School was crowned FNB Man of the Match while Thomas Crownshaw of HTS walked away with the title of Namib Mills Hero for academics as well as rugby player and team captain.
“This brings the 2015 season to an end with that great Rugby game as the world cup is underway,” said Vicky Muranda, Manager Corporate Communications of the FNB Group.
“It was a great year and we thank everyone who was involved for their support and input into making the FNB Classic Clashes such a success. We are sure that next year will be even bigger and better. Who knows maybe Riaan de Klerk and Thomas Crownshaw will make it to the National Rugby team in future.”