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Posted on Wednesday, July 18, 2018
In the spirit of 67 minutes for Mandela Day, Free State Rugby, Free State Cricket and the Tower’s of Hope organisation took hands to clean the streets around the two stadiums.    On Wednesday, 18 July, 125 volunteers, who included rugby- and cricket players and staff members took to the streets to collect garbage.      This initiative is to show that we c
Posted on Monday, July 16, 2018
                                            7 Jul | Free State 48 - Leopards 19 | Shimlapark|     13 Jul | Blue Bulls 42 - Free State 12 | Pretoria |                       21 Jul | Free State vs. WP | Shimlapark | 13:
Posted on Monday, July 16, 2018
Centre, Dries Swanepoel will be joining the Toyota Cheetahs for two year contract.   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.  He received a call-up to the SA u.20 side for the 2013 IRB Junior World Championship and scored fi
Posted on Thursday, July 12, 2018
The Toyota Free State Cheetahs u.19’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. Toyota Free State Cheetahs u.19 1. Cameron Dawson 2. Janus Venter 3. John Henry Fincham 4. Elrigh Louw 5. Gideon Matthys van Niekerk 6. Hendrik Andries Roodt 7. Johan Wilkon 8. Ruwald van der Merwe 9. Jacques van Biljon
Posted on Wednesday, July 11, 2018
The U18 Coca-Cola Craven Week and Coca-Cola Academy Week kept the passionate Paarl crowd gripped in another entertaining day’s action at Paarl Boys’ High’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.   In the main U18 Coca-Cola Craven Week game, the Blue Bulls started th
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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 Boys’ High’s Brug Street grounds, with a number of last year’s SA Schools team players selected to represent their provinces again.   Adrian Alberts (...more
Free State powered their way to top honours in the U16 Coca-Cola Grant Khomo Week at Hoërskool Diamantveld in Kimberley on Friday as they delivered a solid all-round performance to outplay the Blue Bulls by 31-24.   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 B...more
Power house, Ox Nche commits for another year with the Free State. Despite interest from other rugby clubs, Ox Nche has decided to extend his contract with the Toyota Cheetahs. The Bloemfontein fan favourite, who earned his Springbok cap against Wales in June this year has committed until 2019. Nche was born in Thaba Nchu, he first earned provincial selection in 2011, when he was included...more
The Toyota Free State Cheetahs u.19’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. Toyota Free State Cheetahs u.19 1. C Dawson 2. J Venter 3. J Fincham 4. E Louw 5. G van Niekerk 6. R Roodt 7. J Wilkon 8. R van der Merwe 9. J van Biljon 10.&...more
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Posted on Friday, July 06, 2018
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 Friday’s final round at Hoërskool Diamantveld in Kimberley. The match between DHL Western Province and the Itec Blue Bulls was a battl
Posted on Thursday, July 05, 2018
On Saturday, 7 July Tafel Lager Park in Kimberley will see the SuperSport Rugby Challenge Semi-Final between Toyota Free State XV and Griquas.  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 27-1
Posted on Wednesday, July 04, 2018
Four teams are still in the running to claim the title, but by this weekend it will be down to two after the semi-finals, on Friday in Nelspruit and Saturday in Kimberley, when the iCOLLEGE Pumas host the Cell C Sharks XV, and Tafel Lager Griquas welcome Toyota Free State XV respectively. Close to 600 tries have been scored so far in the competition and 47 of those came from Tafel Lager Griquas.
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