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Cheetah Face Mask

09 Jul 202009 Jul 2020

The Toyota Cheetahs and Canterbury want to thank YOU for uniting behind this mask to protect our precious supporters against COVID-19. Much like our jerseys, this mask unites us and we wear it with pride. For every 1 000 masks sold, we will donate 100 masks to the underprivileged community of Bloemfontein. So, let's Unite 4 One purpose, One team, One nation - and make South Africa a safe place

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Rugby Unites with SA Rugby Legends

07 Jul 202007 Jul 2020

Following a challenge issued by the SA Rugby Legends Association and Lions Rugby the #RugbyUnites charity campaign has made its way to the Free State, where the Toyota Cheetahs took up the challenge on Sunday, 5 July at SPAR in Langenhovenpark.SARLA joined the Toyota Cheetah players and some legendary ex-players like Springbok captain John Smit, Helgard Muller, Andre Venter, Chris Badenhorst and Naas

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THE #RUGBYUNITES CAMPAIGN GAINS MOMENTUM IN THE FREE STATE

03 Jul 202003 Jul 2020

Following a challenge issued by the South African Rugby Legends Association (SARLA) and the Lions Rugby Union, the #RugbyUnites charity campaign has made its way to the Free State, where the Free State Cheetahs take up the challenge on Sunday, 5 July from 12h30 at SPAR in Langenhovenpark.SARLA President Gavin Varejes and Lions Captain Elton Jantjies will be joining members of the Toyota Cheetahs team

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Toyota Cheetahs confirms departing players

02 Jul 202002 Jul 2020

The Toyota Cheetahs can confirm the departure of following players at the end of June 2020 of their respective contracts. Hooker, Joseph Dweba, has left the Toyota Cheetahs to join Bordeaux in France. Working his way up the ranks, Dweba is a proud product of the Toyota Cheetah Academy. He represented the Toyota Cheetahs in 48 matches in total and was a member of 2019 Currie Cup-winning team. Three

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Oupa Mohoje’s contract extended

29 Jun 202029 Jun 2020

The Toyota Cheetahs are delighted to announce that the 29-year-old flank, Oupa Mohoje’s contract has been extended until May 2021. The experienced Mohoje captained the South African A side against the England Saxons in 2016 and played in 19 matches for the Springboks.Mohoje made 78 appearances for the Toyota Cheetahs since he joined the team in 2013. He wore the orange jersey in 39 Super Rugby-

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Safety at work with Safe Working Practice

26 Jun 202026 Jun 2020

Rugby is a sport that brings South Africans together. It’s what we talk about around braai fires, the tries that were scored and the forward passes that the referee didn’t see. We all know the rules better than the referee and as much as rugby would not be the sport that it is without tries, it would also not be the sport that it is without the penalties.Rugby is a perfect example of the

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Return-to-train for professional rugby moves closer

24 Jun 202024 Jun 2020

SA Rugby confirmed on Wednesday that it had sought and received clarification from government on a number of questions relating to the return to non-contact training. As a result, SA Rugby would advise government this week of its technical preparedness to return to training, as per government requirements. However, due to the location of nine of the 14 professional teams in COVID-19 “hotspot”

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Reniel Hugo back in the Toyota Cheetah camp

24 Jun 202024 Jun 2020

The 29-year-old lock, Reniel Hugo, will be returning to the Toyota Cheetahs following a stint in Japan. Hugo left the Toyota Cheetahs in 2018 to join the Japanese Top League club, Toyota Verblitz, but enjoyed limited game time at the team.Hugo won the Currie Cup with the Toyota Free State Cheetahs and was one of the leading players during the team's inaugural Guinness PRO14 season.Hugo played his

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