29 February 2020 - 19:15
Rodney Parade, Newport, Wales.
There were mixed emotions for both South African Guinness PRO14 sides after weekend games where both were in contention for most of the game, but ended up on the losing side because of errors that crept into their game.The Toyota Cheetahs had a number of opportunities that they couldn’t convert in their 20-10 loss to Ulster in Belfast on Saturday night while the Isuzu Southern Kings were twoRead More
The Toyota Cheetahs were left counting the cost of unforced errors on Saturday after going down 20-10 against Ulster in their second Guinness PRO14 tour match at the Kingspan Stadium in Belfast.The loss marked back-to-back defeats for the side and bumped them out of the top three on the standings in Conference A.The first half proved to be tight as both sides ran hard on attack and backed this up withRead More
Former Ulsterman, Ruan Pienaar returns to Kingspan Stadium when he leads the Toyota Cheetahs onto the field. The action in Belfast kicks off at 19:35 (21:35 SA time) with a live broadcast on SuperSport 1, Premier Sports 2, eir sport Xtra, DAZN and pro14.tvCoach Hawies Fourie made nine changes to the side from last week. In the front row, Boan Venter, Wilmar Arnoldi and Luan du Bruin switch places withRead More
The Toyota Cheetahs and Isuzu Southern Kings will have their sights set on bouncing back strongly from disappointing defeats last week when they line up against Ulster and the Scarlets in their second tour matches in the Guinness PRO14 this weekend.The Toyota Cheetahs, in particular, will be under pressure to register a win to remain in the top three in Conference A with an eye on a possible playoffRead More