Toyota Cheetahs News http://www.fscheetahs.co.za Toyota Cheetahs News Fixtures: u.19 http://www.fscheetahs.co.za/news.aspx?newsid=/5613/Fixtures-u19-- http://www.fscheetahs.co.za <br> 7 Jul | Free State 48 - Leopards 19 | Shimlapark| <br> 13 Jul | Blue Bulls 42 - Free State 12 | Pretoria | <br> 21 Jul | Free State vs. WP | Shimlapark | 13:00<br> 3 Aug | Lions vs. Free State | Johannesburg | 14:00<br> 11 Aug | Free State vs. Sharks | CUT | 13:00<br> 18 Aug | EP Elephants vs. Free State | PE | TBC <br> 25 Aug | Leopards vs. Free State | Potchefstroom | 11:00<br> 1 Sept | Free State vs. Blue Bulls | Toyota Stadium | 13:00<br> 8 Sept | WP vs. Free State | Cape Town | 13:30 <br> 22 Sept | Free State vs. Lions | Toyota Stadium | 10:45 <br> 29 Sept | Sharks vs. Free State | Durban | TBC <br> 6 Oct | Free State vs. EP Elephants | CUT | 13:00 <br> 20 Oct | Semi | <br> 27 Oct | Final | <br><br> 2018-07-16 Dries Swanepoel joins Toyota Cheetahs http://www.fscheetahs.co.za/news.aspx?newsid=/5612/Dries-Swanepoel-joins-Toyota-Cheetahs http://www.fscheetahs.co.za Centre, Dries Swanepoel will be joining the Toyota Cheetahs for two year contract. <br><br> Same as Grey College school mates and Toyota Cheetah stalwarts, Francois Venter and William Small-Smith, Swanepoel joined the Blue Bulls after matric where he played for their u.19 team in 2012. <br><br> He received a call-up to the SA u.20 side for the 2013 IRB Junior World Championship and scored five tries in 14 appearances for the Blue Bulls u.21 side. He made is Currie Cup debut for the Blue Bulls in 2014 and represented the side in their Vodacom Cup-, Currie Cup and SuperRugby campaigns. <br><br> The former Grey College pupil represented the Free State at the 2009 Grant Khomo Week and at the Coca-Cola Cravenweek for u.18andrsquo;s in 2011, and was vice-captain of the SA Schoolandrsquo;s side that same year. He played for UP Tuks during the 2014 Vasity Cup scoring six tries in six starts. <br><br> Dries had a small taste of Guinness PRO14 when he joined Munster in April this year on a short term loan as cover for injuries in the Irish club. <br><br> Free State Rugby welcomes Swanepoel back home and is looking forward to seeing him in orange. He will be joining the Toyota Cheetahs this week for training.<br><br> 2018-07-16 Toyota FS Cheetahs u19 vs. Blue Bulls u19 http://www.fscheetahs.co.za/news.aspx?newsid=/5611/Toyota-FS-Cheetahs-u19-vs-Blue-Bulls-u19 http://www.fscheetahs.co.za The Toyota Free State Cheetahs u.19andrsquo;s will play their second SA Rugby u.19 Championship match against the Blue Bulls u.19 in Pretoria, Friday, 13 July at 15:00.<br><br> Toyota Free State Cheetahs u.19<br> 1. Cameron Dawson<br> 2. Janus Venter<br> 3. John Henry Fincham<br> 4. Elrigh Louw<br> 5. Gideon Matthys van Niekerk<br> 6. Hendrik Andries Roodt<br> 7. Johan Wilkon<br> 8. Ruwald van der Merwe<br> 9. Jacques van Biljon<br> 10. Marc Morrison<br> 11. Philppus Johannes Kruggel<br> 12. James Henry Molentzi<br> 13. Ayabonga Matroos<br> 14. Juandre Sabbat<br> 15. Charles Williams<br> 16. Nyiko Ntlemo<br> 17. Willem Marais<br> 18. Le-Kleu Stokes<br> 19. Thomas Jason Westermeyer<br> 20. Andries Hannekom<br> 21. Divan Hendrik de Klerk<br> 22. Luke Calvin Hertz<br> 23. Cham Zondeki<br><br> Coaching Staff:<br> Head Coach: Tian Liebenberg<br> Assistant Coaches: Skillie Bester, Sino Ganto, Wian du Preez, Bobbie Joubert<br><br> 2018-07-12 Good start for Free State at U18 Coca-Cola Youth Weeks http://www.fscheetahs.co.za/news.aspx?newsid=/5610/Good-start-for-Free-State-at-U18-Coca-Cola-Youth-Weeks http://www.fscheetahs.co.za The U18 Coca-Cola Craven Week and Coca-Cola Academy Week kept the passionate Paarl crowd gripped in another entertaining dayandrsquo;s action at Paarl Boysandrsquo; Highandrsquo;s Brug Steet Grounds on Tuesday, as 24 teams battled it out in their opening matches after watching their counterparts kick off the action on Monday.<br> <br> In the main U18 Coca-Cola Craven Week game, the Blue Bulls started their clash against the Free State with a bang as they raced to 10-0 lead in the first seven minutes, before facing a backlash from the Bloemfontein team, who ended up sealing a 38-21 victory. Back-to-back tries by Free Stateandrsquo;s Richard Kriel before and after halftime bolstered their confidence, and they built on this to outscore the Blue Bulls six tries to two. <br> <br> U18 Coca-Cola Craven Week day two results (Tuesday, 10 July):<br> Bidvest Waltons Golden Lions XV 15-57 DHL Western Province XV<br> NWU Valke 63-24 Leopards<br> Boland 61-14 Griquas<br> Sharks 46-28 SWD<br> Free State 38-21 Blue Bulls<br> <br> Coca-Cola Academy Week day two results (Tuesday, 10 July):<br> Griquas CD 13-17 Thepa Trading Griffons CD<br> Pumas CD 8-15 Border CD<br> Eastern Province CD 34-10 Limpopo<br> Bidvest Waltons Golden Lions CD 25-23 DHL Western Province CD<br> SWD 29-20 Thepa Trading Griffons<br> Bidvest Waltons Golden Lions 28-36 Free State<br> Blue Bulls 26-7 Eastern Province<br> <br> U18 Coca-Cola Craven Week day three fixtures (Wednesday, 11 July):<br> 11h00 andndash; Blue Bulls XV v Limpopo Blue Bulls<br> 12h30 andndash; Eastern Province v King Price Pumas<br> 14h00 andndash; Build-it Border v Thepa Trading Griffons<br> 15h30 andndash; DHL Western Province v Bidvest Waltons Golden Lions<br> <br> Coca-Cola Academy Week day three fixtures (Wednesday, 11 July):<br> 08h30 andndash; Build-it Border v Valke<br> 08h30 andndash; Leopards v Sharks CD<br> 09h40 andndash; DHL Western Province v Sharks<br> 09h40 andndash; SA LSEN v Valke CD<br> 11h00 andndash; Namibia v Griffons CD<br> 12h30 andndash; Blue Bulls CD v Zimbabwe<br> 13h40 andndash; Boland v Pumas<br><br> 2018-07-11 Youth Weeks festival set for grand finale in Paarl http://www.fscheetahs.co.za/news.aspx?newsid=/5609/Youth-Weeks-festival-set-for-grand-finale-in-Paarl http://www.fscheetahs.co.za The SA Rugby Youth Weeks festival will reach an exciting conclusion in Paarl this week as the U18 Coca-Cola Craven Week and Coca-Cola Academy Week teams battle it out for top honours in the last of seven tournaments at Paarl Boysandrsquo; Highandrsquo;s Brug Street grounds, with a number of last yearandrsquo;s SA Schools team players selected to represent their provinces again.<br> <br> Adrian Alberts (DHL Western Province), Morne Brandon (Bidvest Waltons Golden Lions), Jordan Clarke, Celimpilo Gumede (Sharks), Diego Appollis (Blue Bulls) and Banele Mthenjane (Pumas) all played for the SA Schools team in 2017 and will return to Paarl for more provincial action this week.<br> <br> The action kicks off at 08h00 on Monday morning with the Sharks CD meeting the Blue Bulls CD, and Namibia taking on Valke CD in the opening Coca-Cola Academy Week games, while the Thepa Trading Griffons and the Blue Bulls XV will get the U18 Coca-Cola Craven Week underway at 10h40.<br> <br> Four U18 Coca-Cola Craven Week matches will be played on the opening day, with the Bidvest Waltons Golden Lions andndash; who were the top team last season andndash; taking on Eastern Province, and hosts, DHL Western Province, meeting the King Price Pumas, while Border take on Limpopo.<br> <br> The other 10 teams battling it out in the competition, which was revamped to ensure strength-versus-strength action, will take to the field in their opening round on Tuesday.<br> <br> The Coca-Cola Academy Week, meanwhile, will feature seven day-one matches, with the main games pitting Boland up against the Sharks, and DHL Western Province against the Pumas. The Blue Bulls, who took top honours last year, will kick off their campaign on Tuesday against Eastern Province.<br> <br> Entry fee to the tournaments is R35 for adults and R20 for Under-18s. Weekly tickets can also be purchased at R150 for adults and R100 for U18s.<br> <br> U18 Coca-Cola Craven Week (Paarl Boys High):<br> <br> Monday, 9 July:<br> 10h40 andndash; Thepa Trading Griffons v Blue Bulls XV<br> 12h10 andndash; Border v Limpopo<br> 13h40 andndash; Bidvest Waltons Golden Lions v Eastern Province<br> 15h40 andndash; DHL Western Province v King Price Pumas<br> <br> Tuesday, 10 July:<br> 09h30 andndash; Bidvest Waltons Golden Lions XV v DHL Western Province XV<br> 11h00 andndash; Valke v Leopards<br> 12h30 andndash; Boland v Griquas<br> 14h00 andndash; Sharks v SWD<br> 15h30 andndash; Free State v Blue Bulls<br> <br> Coca-Cola Academy Week (Paarl Boys High):<br> <br> Monday, 9 July:<br> 08h00 andndash; Sharks CD v Blue Bulls CD<br> 08h00 andndash; Namibia v Valke CD<br> 09h20 andndash; Old Mutual Zimbabwe v SA LSEN<br> 09h20 andndash; Griquas v Valke<br> 10h40 andndash; Border v Leopards<br> 12h00 andndash; Boland v Sharks<br> 13h20 andndash; DHL Western Province v Pumas<br> <br> Tuesday, 10 July:<br> 08h00 andndash; Griquas CD v Griffons CD<br> 08h00 andndash; Pumas CD v Border CD<br> 09h20 andndash; Eastern Province CD v Limpopo<br> 10h40 andndash; Bidvest Waltons Golden Lions CD v DHL Western Province CD<br> 12h00 andndash; SWD v Thepa Trading Griffons<br> 13h20 andndash; Bidvest Waltons Golden Lions v Free State<br> 14h40 andndash; Blue Bulls v Eastern Province<br> <br><br> 2018-07-09 Free State come out tops in U16 Coca-Cola Grant Khomo Week http://www.fscheetahs.co.za/news.aspx?newsid=/5608/Free-State-come-out-tops-in-U16-Coca-Cola-Grant-Khomo-Week http://www.fscheetahs.co.za Free State powered their way to top honours in the U16 Coca-Cola Grant Khomo Week at Hoandeuml;rskool Diamantveld in Kimberley on Friday as they delivered a solid all-round performance to outplay the Blue Bulls by 31-24.<br> <br> The Bloemfonteiners made their presence felt early on with their big pack and earned the rewards as they built up a 19-0 lead thanks to three first-half tries, before the Blue Bulls crossed the chalk for the first time. A drop goal by Free State soon after stretched their lead to 22-5, but the Blue Bulls struck back with a converted try shortly before halftime to close the gap to 22-12.<br> <br> Free Struck first in the second half with their fourth try, but the Blue Bulls fought back with back-to-back tries, the second of which was on the stroke of fulltime. It was too little too late though as they went down 31-24.<br> <br> The Bidvest Waltons Golden Lions were in sublime form against the King Price Pumas and showed class on attack to run in an impressive eight tries en route to their 50-26 victory. Thomas Goliath and Ocean Tshimbalanga scored two tries apiece, while Seb Watney kept the scoreboard ticking with five conversions, which proved too much Mpumalanga outfit, who scored four tries.<br> <br> Boland also delivered a fine attacking performance in their clash against the Valke, which paved the way for a convincing 40-12 victory, with the team running in a notable six tries. Louis de Jager scored twice, while Hugo Mostert scored a try and kicked five conversions for a personal tally of 15 points.<br> <br> A brace by Borderandrsquo;s Mbasa Jubisa and a try and five conversions by Sihlalo Benge assisted in steering the team to a comprehensive 35-7 victory against Eastern Province. The East London side delivered a solid attacking display, which they backed up with physicality and a determined defensive effort, to finish the tournament on a winning note.<br> <br> DHL Western Province found their rhythm in the second half against SWD to outplay the George side 34-8. The first half was tight as the Capetonians took a narrow 12-8 lead, but their patience on attack and ability to round off their attacking opportunities allowed them to cross the chalk five times, while their solid defence in the second half denied SWD from adding to their score.<br> <br> The Thepa Trading Griffons also finished off their campaign on a solid note as they overpowered the Leopards completely for a rewarding 31-0 win. Benni Human scored three of his teamandrsquo;s five tries, while the sideandrsquo;s watertight defence ensured that the Potchefstroom team remained scoreless.<br> <br> Limpopo were equally solid in their performance against Border CD as they dominated on attack and did well to shut out the opposition on defence, which paved the way for their 31-11 win. Their effective attack saw them run in five tries, while Border CD opted for two penalty goals to add to their only try to push their score in double-digits.<br> <br> The Sharks were made to work hard for their 26-21 victory against the hosts, Griquas, as the teams were closely matched on attack and defence. In the end, the Durbainitesandrsquo; four tries to three by the home team, earned them the narrow win.<br> <br> In the international, Zimbabwe made their presence felt thanks to a balanced showing between their forwards and backs to defeat Namibia 19-7 thanks to their three tries to only one by Namibia.<br> <br> The SA Rugby Youth Weeks festival will conclude next week in Paarl with the U18 Coca-Cola Craven Week and Coca-Cola Academy Week at Paarl Boysandrsquo; Highandrsquo;s Brug Street grounds.<br> <br> U16 Coca-Cola Grant Khomo Week final round results (Friday, 6 July):<br> Border 35-7 Eastern Province<br> Namibia 7-19 Old Mutual Zimbabwe<br> Sharks 26-21 Griquas<br> Border CD 11-31 Limpopo<br> DHL Western Province 34-8 SWD<br> Valke 12-40 Boland<br> Bidvest Waltons Golden Lions 50-26 King Price Pumas<br> Thepa Trading Griffons 31-0 Leopards<br> Free State 31-24 Blue Bulls<br> <br> <br> <br><br> <br><br> 2018-07-09 Ox Nche commits for another year http://www.fscheetahs.co.za/news.aspx?newsid=/5607/Ox-Nche-commits-for-another-year http://www.fscheetahs.co.za Power house, Ox Nche commits for another year with the Free State.<br><br> Despite interest from other rugby clubs, Ox Nche has decided to extend his contract with the Toyota Cheetahs.<br><br> The Bloemfontein fan favourite, who earned his Springbok cap against Wales in June this year has committed until 2019.<br><br> Nche was born in Thaba Nchu, he first earned provincial selection in 2011, when he was included in the Free State squad that participated at the Under-16 Grant Khomo Week in Queenstown. Nche attended HTS Louis Botha and soon became a promising prop. He played for SA Schools in 2012/13, SA U20 in 2015 and SA A in 2017.<br><br> In 2014 he joined the Toyota Cheetah Academy and was a key player for the Free State U19 team in the Provincial Championship, starting all thirteen of their matches in the competition as his side finished second on the log.<br><br> At the age of 22, Nche already played 64 games for the Toyota Cheetahs (25 SuperRugby, 17 Currie Cup, 22 PRO14).<br><br> Nche brings excitement to a game and Free State Rugby are looking forward to seeing him in action in the upcoming matches.<br><br> 2018-07-06 Toyota FS Cheetahs U19 first match http://www.fscheetahs.co.za/news.aspx?newsid=/5606/Toyota-FS-Cheetahs-U19-first-match http://www.fscheetahs.co.za The Toyota Free State Cheetahs u.19andrsquo;s will be starting their SA Rugby u.19 Championship season with a home game against the Leopards on Saturday, 7 July at 13:00 at Shimla Park.<br><br> Toyota Free State Cheetahs u.19<br> 1. C Dawson<br> 2. J Venter<br> 3. J Fincham<br> 4. E Louw<br> 5. G van Niekerk<br> 6. R Roodt<br> 7. J Wilkon<br> 8. R van der Merwe<br> 9. J van Biljon<br> 10. M Morrison<br> 11. PJ Kruggel<br> 12. JH Molentzi<br> 13. A Matroos<br> 14. J Sabbat<br> 15. C Williams<br><br> 16. N Ntlemo<br> 17. W Marais<br> 18. Z Augustyn<br> 19. S Schoeman<br> 20. A Hannekom<br> 21. D de Klerk<br> 22. N Malantjie<br> 23. L Hertz<br><br> Coaching Staff:<br> Head Coach: Tian Liebenberg<br> Assistant Coaches: Skillie Bester, Sino Ganto, Wian du Preez, Bobbie Joubert<br><br> Under 19 Fixtures <br> 7 Jul | Free State vs. Leopards | Shimlapark| 13:00 <br> 13 Jul | Blue Bulls vs. Free State | Pretoria | 15:00 <br> 21 Jul | Free State vs. WP | Shimlapark | 13:00<br> 3 Aug | Lions vs. Free State | Johannesburg | 14:00<br> 11 Aug | Free State vs. Sharks | CUT | 13:00<br> 18 Aug | EP Elephants vs. Free State | PE | TBC <br> 25 Aug | Leopards vs. Free State | Potchefstroom | 11:00<br> 1 Sept | Free State vs. Blue Bulls | Toyota Stadium | 13:00<br> 8 Sept | WP vs. Free State | Cape Town | 13:30 <br> 22 Sept | Free State vs. Lions | Toyota Stadium | 10:45 <br> 29 Sept | Sharks vs. Free State | Durban | TBC <br> 6 Oct | Free State vs. EP Elephants | CUT | 13:00 <br> 20 Oct | Semi | TBC <br> 27 Oct | Final | TBC <br><br> <br><br> 2018-07-06 U13 Coca-Cola Craven Week http://www.fscheetahs.co.za/news.aspx?newsid=/5604/U13-Coca-Cola-Craven-Week http://www.fscheetahs.co.za <br> DHL Western Province kept alive their hopes of taking top honours in the U13 Coca-Cola Craven Week for the sixth year in a row as they beat the Itec Blue Bulls 17-8 to join their Western Cape counterparts, Boland, as the only unbeaten teams going into Fridayandrsquo;s final round at Hoandeuml;rskool Diamantveld in Kimberley.<br> The match between DHL Western Province and the Itec Blue Bulls was a battle of attrition as both teams used their big forwards in attempt to force their way onto the front foot, and the scoreboard reflected that early on as the Bulls took a 5-3 lead before the Cape side powered their way to a 17-8 victory.<br> The Capetonians struck first with a penalty goal, but their opponents hit back with a try shortly before the break after applying sustained pressure on attack. The Blue Bulls kicked a penalty goal shortly after play resumed, and that proved to be their last points, as DHL Western Province retained possession, which paid off as they scored two tries to secure the win.<br> Bolandandrsquo;s raw pace and ability to navigate their way through and around the defence earned them a comprehensive 33-8 victory against SWD, which stretched their winning run to three matches. SWD fought hard to make their presence felt throughout the clash, but they managed to break through the defence only once. Boland, in turn, touched down five times with Jovawn Visagie and Boytjie Diedericks each scoring twice. <br> The Pumas were in sublime form against Border Country Districts as they delivered a balanced showing to run in an impressive eight tries for a rewarding 48-0 victory. Tebogo Nkosi, Keith Chirwa and Roelof Engelbrecht all earned braces as the team totally dominated on attack, while their effective defence ensured that they did not leak a try.<br> A strong first half by Bidvest Waltons Golden Lions paved the way for their 32-15 victory against their Gauteng neighbours, the ITS Valke, with six of their players crossing the tryline in the match. The Johannesburg team built up an encouraging 22-10 lead at the break thanks to their physicality and patience and they maintained this form as the game progressed to seal the win. <br> The Leopards found their rhythm in the second half against the Thepa Trading Griffons to earn a 24-5 victory thanks to their four tries to one. The first half was tightly-contested as both teams tried to use their physicality to gain ascendancy, and the only points scored was a converted try by the Leopards. But the momentum shifted in favour of the Potchefstroom outfit as the match progressed.<br> Border used their pace out wide and superior finishing skills to capitalise on their solid attacking play as they secured a 22-5 victory against hosts, Xerox Griquas, after holding a narrow 7-5 halftime lead. The home team fought hard, but they were unable to breach the defence in the second half, forcing them to settle for a single try for their efforts. <br> Forever Resorts Limpopo and the Free State were involved in a hard-fought clash in which the teams were level at 10-10 at the break before Limpopo nudged ahead, scoring four tries to three for a narrow 20-17 victory.<br> The clash between Eastern Province and the Sharks was equally tight as both teams ran hard on attack and showed commitment on defence, but the Eastern Cape side edged through for an 18-17 win. Eastern Province led 5-3 at the break, but their three tries and penalty goal to two converted tries and a penalty goal by the opposition was enough to nudge them to victory. <br> In the international, a late try by Namibia earned them a 10-8 victory in a competitive clash against Zimbabwe after the teams were level on 5-5 at the break. Both sides made good breaks on attack, but their efforts were countered by the determined defence, which resulted in only three tries being scored in the match.<br> The U13 and U16 Coca-Cola Youth Weeks will conclude on Friday in a jam-packed day of action featuring 18 clashes, with the top teams battling it out for the honours in the final matches of their respective tournaments.<br> U13 Coca-Cola Craven Week day three results (Thursday, 5 July):<br> <br> Free State 17-20 Forever Resorts Limpopo<br> Pumas 48-0 Border CD<br> Xerox Griquas 5-22 Border<br> Leopards 24-5 Thepa Trading Griffons<br> Eastern Province 18-17 Sharks<br> Bidvest Waltons Golden Lions 32-15 ITS Valke<br> SWD 8-33 Boland<br> DHL Western Province 17-8 Itec Blue Bulls<br> Namibia 10-8 Zimbabwe<br> <br> U16 Coca-Cola Grant Khomo Week final round fixtures (Friday, 6 July):<br> <br> 09h30 andndash; Border v Eastern Province (A Field)<br> 09h30 andndash; Namibia v Old Mutual Zimbabwe (B Field)<br> 09h30 andndash; Sharks v Griquas (C Field)<br> 09h30 andndash; Border CD v Limpopo (D Field)<br> 11h45 andndash; DHL Western Province v SWD (A Field)<br> 11h45 andndash; Valke v Boland (B Field)<br> 11h45 andndash; Bidvest Waltons Golden Lions v King Price Pumas (C Field)<br> 11h45 andndash; Thepa Trading Griffons v Leopards (D Field)<br> 14h00 andndash; Free State v Blue Bulls (A Field)<br> <br> U13 Coca-Cola Craven Week final round fixtures (Friday, 6 July):<br> <br> 08h30 andndash; SWD v Eastern Province (A Field)<br> 08h30 andndash; ITS Valke v Forever Resorts Limpopo (B Field)<br> 08h30 andndash; Thepa Trading Griffons v Old Mutual Zimbabwe (C Field)<br> 08h30 andndash; Namibia v Border CD (D Field)<br> 10h45 andndash; Itec Blue Bulls v Bidvest Waltons Golden Lions (A Field)<br> 10h45 andndash; Sharks v Border (B Field)<br> 10h45 andndash; Xerox Griquas v Leopards (C Field)<br> 10h45 andndash; Pumas v Free State (D Field)<br> 13h00 andndash; DHL Western Province v Boland (A Field)<br> <br><br> 2018-07-06 SuperSport Rugby Challenge Semi-Final – Toyota Free State XV vs Tafel Lager Griquas http://www.fscheetahs.co.za/news.aspx?newsid=/5602/SuperSport-Rugby-Challenge-Semi-Final-–-Toyota-Free-State-XV-vs-Tafel-Lager-Griquas- http://www.fscheetahs.co.za On Saturday, 7 July Tafel Lager Park in Kimberley will see the SuperSport Rugby Challenge Semi-Final between Toyota Free State XV and Griquas. <br><br> The neighbours faced each other twice already in pool play. On 13 May, Toyota Free State XV won 32-31 in Rustenburg, where they raced away to a big lead before the men Kimberley side fought back. The second match, Tafel Lager Griquas won 27-19 in Bloemfontein. <br><br> Toyota Free State XV showed massive grit and determination in dismantling DHL Western Province in Cape Town last Sunday, beating them with 26-20.<br> The match on Saturday kicks off at 15:00. <br> Tafel Lager Griquas vs Toyota Free State XV<br> Tafel Lager Park, Kimberley<br> Kick-off: 15:00<br><br> 1. Boan Venter<br> 2. Reinach Venter<br> 3. Gunter Janse van Vuuren<br> 4. Sibabalo Qoma<br> 5. Dennis Visser<br> 6. Niell Jordaan (Captain)<br> 7. Gerhard Olivier<br> 8. Jasper Wiese<br> 9. Rudy Paige<br> 10. Ernst Stapelberg<br> 11. Vuyani Maqina<br> 12. Carel Jan Coetzee<br> 13. Benhard Janse Van Rensburg<br> 14. Francois Agenbach<br> 15. Darren Adonis<br><br> 16. Joseph Dweba<br> 17. Luan de Bruin<br> 18. Stephan Malan<br> 19. Justin Basson<br> 20. Ntokozo Vidima<br> 21. Ruan van Rensburg<br> 22. Sango Xamlashe<br><br> Referee: Cwengile Jadezweni<br> Assistant Referees: Paul Mente, Eduan Nel<br><br> <br><br> 2018-07-05