Currie Cup

  • Blue Bulls snap up a Kavalier

    The Blue Bulls on Monday announced they have acquired the services of Boland Scrumhalf, JP Joubert, for the remainder of the season.

  • Human had hoped for more

    With just two returning Springboks back in the Blue Bulls herd and a new scrum-half in the camp, Bulls coach Pote Human said the next...

  • Boland look to their defence

    Absa Currie Cup surprise act, Boland, will be looking to an improved defensive effort to pull them through when they take on the Sharks in...

  • Venter’s new role revealed

    With none of his Springboks available for Currie Cup duty this week and very few likely to be released for any domestic action, Sharks coach...

  • Lion cubs survive Bulldogs’ bite

    Eugene Eloff's young Lion cubs, parading as the Golden Lions, managed to survive a late scare to beat the Border Bulldogs 35-31 in their compulsory...

  • All-change in Griquas front row

    Griquas have chosen an entirely new front row for Saturday's Absa Currie Cup showdown with the Sharks in Durban.

  • Loffie gives Lion cubs a run

    The Golden Lions will send a very young team to East London to play in their only friendly match of the 2007 Absa Currie Cup...

  • Bulls confirm Welsh’s departure

    The Blue Bulls Rugby Union (BBRU) today gave official confirmation that centre-cum-wing Frikkie Welsh has been released with immediate effect to join the Montpellier Herault...

  • V/d Merwe falls on his own sword

    Underfire Western Province coach Kobus van der Merwe has resigned from his post with immediate effect, with former London Irish boss Gary Gold stepping up...

  • Basson handed 15-man chance

    Springbok Sevens whizz Stefan Basson will finally get a chance to show Blue Bulls coach Pote Human just what he is capable of in the...

  • Sephaka and Bands go head-to-head

    Springbok prop Lawrence Sephaka will be going head-to-head with 2003 Rugby World Cup team-mate Richard Bands when the two meet in a compulsory friendly match...

  • Flying Fijian to spark floundering Falcons

    The Falcons, who have yet to win a game in this year's Currie Cup, will be looking to new Fijian signing Akuila Nawecagi to provide...

  • Tiger gives Griquas some bite

    The Griquas will be looking to the experience of returning winger Tiger Mangweni to provide confidence and help the backs settle the nerves going into...

  • Boland suffer set piece blow

    The Boland Cavaliers may have established themselves as one of the most effective counter-attacking teams in the Currie Cup, but their set pieces remain a...

  • Cavaliers also clip Falcons’ wings

    The Boland Cavaliers, after starting their season with a 91-3 hammering, recorded their second victory in as many weeks when they beat the Falcons 39-33...

  • Preview: Currie Cup Round Three

    We are into Week Three of South Africa's premier domestic competition, the Currie Cup, and even bookmakers are still having trouble finding clear favourites.

  • Boland make four changes

    Boland have made four changes to their starting line-up which will be facing the Falcons in a Currie Cup Round Three match at the Bosman...

  • Plumtree’s set piece concerns

    Sharks coach John Plumtree has pinpointed his team's set pieces as an area of concern ahead of their Currie Cup encounter with Western Province in...

  • Province target Sharks scrums

    Western Province will be targeting what they perceive to be a Sharks weakness, the scrums, when the two teams go head-to-head in their Currie Cup...

  • Province look to Luke

    Western Province will look to inspirational captain Luke Watson to revive their spirits before their Currie Cup Round Three clash with the Sharks in Durban...

  • Bulls suffer double injury-blow

    The Blue Bulls, joint-defending Currie Cup champions, suffered a double injury-blow ahead of their encounter with trans-Jukskei rivals the Golden Lions in Pretoria on Saturday.

  • Falcons to take flight on fight for points

    Falcons coach Rudi Joubert knows his team desperately needs log points and will not be taking the Boland Cavaliers lightly when the two sides go...

  • Lions not yet the ‘finished’ article

    Golden Lions coach Eugene Eloff wants his team to raise the bar in their next Currie Cup fixture, against defending co-champions the Blue Bulls in...

  • Griquas hamstrung as Carse drops out

    The Griquas' will be without their inspirational scrum-half Tertius Carse when they face the Currie Cup pace-setters, the Free State Cheetahs, in a Round Three...

  • Boland ‘pressure’ causes WP meltdown

    An elated Boland Cavaliers coach Deon Davids paid tribute to his team after their shock 15-10 ABSA Currie Cup victory over 'big brothers' Western Province...

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