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Posted on Monday, September 01, 2014
The Springboks were greeted with pleasant conditions when they arrived in Perth on Sunday afternoon, after three days of training in a very cold Johannesburg.   The Boks had three hard training sessions at Fourways High School before their departure to Australia on Saturday evening. They arrived at their Perth hotel early on Sunday afternoon (Australian time).   The Springbok
Posted on Monday, September 01, 2014
The Absa Currie Cup First Division competition has been thrown wide open with four rounds of pool matches remaining after SWD ended the Leopards’ winning streak with a surprise victory in George on Friday. The Leopards entered their clash against the SWD Eagles with a healthy eight point lead at the top of the log table and, based on their form in the Absa Currie Cup Premier Division Qual
Posted on Monday, September 01, 2014
DHL Western Province this weekend remained the only unbeaten team in the Absa Currie Cup Premier Division following an exciting fourth round, which saw the Steval Pumas claim their second big scalp. The Nelspruit team kicked off the weekend’s matches on Friday with a shock 32-22 bonus-point victory against the Cell C Sharks, which ended the Durban team’s three match winning run.
Posted on Monday, September 01, 2014
TOYOTA FREE STATE CHEETAHS VACANT POSITION:  JUNIOR CONDITIONING COACH Duties and Responsibilities: Physical Conditioning of Players Testing of Players Nutrition and supplements Practicing with team to develop their skills, defending & techniques Conditioning and Training Statistics Recovery/ Rehabilitation Ad Hoc Tasks Skills and Competencies:
Posted on Thursday, August 28, 2014
Attached are the Toyota Free State Cheetahs’ junior teams to face the Lions at Old Greys Rugby Grounds, in Bloemfontein this Saturday.   TOYOTA FREE STATE CHEETAHS U21 vs LIONS U21 ABSA CURRIE CUP OLD GREYS RUGBY FIELD, BFN KICK-OFF:  14:45   15 Full back Henry Immelman 14
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The Absa Currie Cup First Division will resume on Friday following seven rounds of matches in June and July, which served as the Qualifier for the Absa Currie Cup Premier Division. It means the Leopards kick off part two with a healthy eight-point lead at the top of the log, on 25 points, with the Down Touch Griffons leading the chasing pack. The log table has been adjusted with the removal ...more
The International Rugby Board will become World Rugby from November 19, 2014 as part of a major rebranding programme. The new brand, including a new logo, will be launched at the IRB World Rugby Conference and Exhibition in London on November 17-18. Global Rugby participation has boomed by more than two million to 6.6 million players over the past four years, driven by the commercial succe...more
Coach Rory Duncan has named his team to face the GWK Griquas this Saturday at GWK Park, in Kimberley. Kick-off is at 15h00.   TOYOTA FREE STATE CHEETAHS vs GWK GRIQUAS  ABSA CURRIE CUP GWK PARK, Kimberley KICK-OFF:  15:00   15 Full back Clayton Blommetjies 14 Righ...more
Victor Matfield en Willem Alberts vir Juan Smith en Warren Whiteley, terwyl Marcel van der Merwe die beseerde Frans Malherbe op stut in die Springbok-groep van 30 spelers vir die besoek van twee weke aan Australasië vervang. Alberts moet voor die span se vertrek na Doer Onder sy fiksheid bewys. Matfield is oorgehaal.   Vyftien van die dertig spelers het bande met Vrystaat-rugby....more
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Posted on Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Victor Matfield is over his injury problems and will rejoin the Springbok squad when they get together for the Australasian leg of the Castle Lager Rugby Championship, while Marcel van der Merwe has been called up for the injured Frans Malherbe.   Furthermore, Willem Alberts has also been drafted back into the squad, pending a fitness test on Thursday when the squad gets together in Joh
Posted on Monday, August 25, 2014
The Springbok Women Sevens on Monday began their preparations for the IRB Women’s Sevens World Series qualifier in Hong Kong on September 12 and 13 after assembling in Stellenbosch for a two-week training camp on Sunday. A total of 16 players were invited to the camp, of which 11 participated in the IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup in France earlier this month. These players are flyha
Posted on Monday, August 25, 2014
The Cell C Sharks, DHL Western Province, Vodacom Blue Bulls and Steval Pumas this weekend all registered invaluable home wins in their round-three Absa Currie Cup clashes to build momentum in their campaigns. The victories for the Cell C Sharks and DHL Western Province ensured that they remain the only unbeaten teams in the competition. The Cell C Sharks overcame a tough tussle against the T
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