Posted on Tuesday, 14 Jun 2022
The four semi-finals in the Carling Currie Cup Premier and First Divisions will be played in Welkom, Pretoria, Bloemfontein and Nelson Mandela Bay on Friday and Saturday.
The action will kick off at 15h00 on Friday in the Northern Free State, where the Down Touch Griffons host the Black Lion side from Georgia in their First Division semi-final.
The focus then moves to Loftus Versfeld, for the Premier Division final four clash between defending champions, the Vodacom Bulls, and Windhoek Draught Griquas, at 19h00.
Saturday’s Premier Division semi-final at Toyota Stadium, between the Toyota Cheetahs and Airlink Pumas, is set for a 13h30 start, and Eastern Province will host the SWD Eagles at Wolfson Stadium for their First Division playoff, starting at 14h00.
Both Carling Currie Cup Premier Division semi-finals will be broadcast live on SuperSport on DSTV.
Carling Currie Cup semi-finals:
Friday, 17 June
15h00: Down Touch Griffons v Black Lion – HT Pelatona Projects Stadium, Welkom (First Division)
19h00: Vodacom Bulls v Windhoek Draught Griquas – Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria (Premier Division)
Saturday, 18 June
13h30: Toyota Cheetahs v Airlink Pumas – Toyota Stadium, Bloemfontein (Premier Division)
14h00: Eastern Province v SWD Eagles – Wolfson Stadium, Nelson Mandela Bay (First Division)