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Posted on Monday, March 27, 2017
Strong Cell C Sharks contingent included Second of three training camps to be held in Stellenbosch Experienced prop Beast Mtawarira, scrumhalf Cobus Reinach and promising utility back Curwin Bosch are part of a large contingent Cell C Sharks players included in the extended Springbok squad for their second training camp, from 2 to 4 April in Stellenbosch. The Durban-based players were
Posted on Monday, March 27, 2017
The Junior Springbok training squad hit the ground running in searing heat in Bloemfontein on Monday as their second training camp kicked off in the lead-up to the World Rugby U20 Championship in Georgia. The training camp, which runs until Sunday, 9 April, will feature three warm-up matches, the first on Friday against the Down Touch Griffons at the HT Pelatona Projects Stadium in Welkom at 15
Posted on Monday, March 27, 2017
Cell C Sharks clinch tough derby in Bloemfontein DHL Stormers fight back for Singapore win Jaguares down Reds to continue impressive start Exciting young wing Madosh Tambwe scored two tries – his first at this level of the game – in the Emirates Lions’ comprehensive 42-19 victory over the Southern Kings in their Vodacom Super Rugby match in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.
Posted on Friday, March 24, 2017
On eyesight, the condition of the pitch in does not look very good and therefore some facts concerning the pitch of Toyota Stadium for your information: The pitch at Toyota Stadium consists of three types of grass namely Kikuyu, annual and perennial ryegrass. In the last part of 2016, the Free State were hit by a severe drought and experienced temperatures in December of 40 °C and eve
Posted on Thursday, March 23, 2017
         Jan Serfontein to earn 50th cap milestone against Blues          Seabelo Senatla in first start for the DHL Stormers          Warren Whiteley leads Emirates Lions for 50th time versus Kings Two local derbies will spice up Round Five of the Vodacom Super Rugby
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Francois Venter will be making is return after an ankle injury kept him sidelined for the first four games of the 2017 Vodacom Super Rugby season. He will be leading the Toyota Cheetahs in their match against the Cell C Sharks on Saturday, 25 March 2017 in Toyota Stadium. The match kicks off at 17:15. Changes to the team from last week: Returning from injuries and new to the starting l...more
After his contract with the Blue Bulls ended, he signed with the Toyota Cheetahs for two years. Obi included in the South Africa Under-20 side that competed at the 2013 IRB Junior World Championship. He scored four tries in his five appearances and finished joint-second in the try-scoring chart. Looking forward to seeing this talented player in our midst. ...more
The Toyota Cheetahs, captained by Tian Meyer, will be taking on the Jaguares at Velez Sarsfield in Buenos Aires, Argentina on Saturday, 17 March 2017.  The match kicks off at 21:40 SA time.  Coach Franco Smith named his the team for the encounter.  Changes to the team from last week: Danie Mienie (prop), Elandré Huggett (hooker), Tom Botha (prop), Armandt Koster (loc...more
The Toyota Cheetahs were burdened by a couple of injuries after the last Vodacom Super Rugby match against the Vodacom Bulls. Herewith an update on all the injured players and the estimated time of recovery. Gunter van Rensburg – knee, 6 months Luan de Bruin – back, 6 months Erich de Jager – foot, 3 months Reniel Hugo – knee, 3 – 8 months Gerhard Olivier &ndas...more
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Posted on Thursday, March 09, 2017
The Toyota Cheetahs will be taking on the Sunwolves from Japan in another Vodacom Super Rugby home game on Saturday, 11 March 2017. Despite a couple of injuries Coach Franco Smith has named his strong team for the match that kicks off at 17:15.  Changes to the team from last week: Charles Marais will start as prop, replacing Ox Nche who sustained a knee injury during the match agains
Posted on Monday, March 06, 2017
The Currie Cup will return to a more intense, strength-versus-strength format this year following a decision of a Special General Council of SA Rugby in Cape Town on Friday. The Premier Division of the Currie Cup, supported by Nashua and DirectAxis, will contract from nine to seven teams. The winners of an eight-team First Division (including a representative team from Namibia) will play a prom
Posted on Monday, March 06, 2017
Five from six for South African franchise sides on jam-packed Saturday   The Toyota Cheetahs withstood a fierce late surge by the Vodacom Bulls to win their first Vodacom Super Rugby match of the season by 34-28 at home in Bloemfontein on Saturday evening. Overall, it was a splendid Saturday for local fans who saw five of the six South African teams emerging victorious from their Round 2 f
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