Toyota Cheetahs News Toyota Cheetahs News Toyota Cheetahs team announced The Toyota Cheetahs will be taking on the DHL Stormers on Saturday in their next Vodacom SupeRugby home game. The match kicks off at 17:05 and gates open at 13:00. The Toyota Free State XV will be facing the Simba XV from Kenya in a Vodacom Cup match at 14:30.<br><br> <br><br> Supporters can again make use of the Weber-braai area to braai a nice piece of Sparta meat while Adam Tas will provide entertainment on the Castle Deck after the match. <br><br> <br><br> As per normal everyone is very excited to have the Stormers in Bloemfontein this weekend. Because of the interest in the match the upper level of the Eastern pavilion will be open for supporters. Do not miss this clash! Go Cheetahs!<br><br> <br><br> Ticket prices: <br><br> <br><br> R80 andndash; Main Stand (all)<br><br> R60 andndash; Open Stand (adults, students and kids)<br><br> <br><br> Tickets can be purchased at: <br><br> Cheetah Shop andndash; Loch Logan Waterfront Online: Ticket office at Gate 5 at the Free State Stadium <br><br> Toyota Cheetahs vs Stormers<br><br> <br><br> Die Toyota Cheetahs sandecirc; die Stormers Saterdag die stryd aan in hul volgende Vodacom SupeRugby tuiswedstryd. Die wedstryd skop om 17:05 af en hekke open reeds om 13:00. Die Toyota Vrystaat XV kom teen die Simba XV van Kenya te staan in andlsquo;n Vodacombeker voorwedstryd wat om 14:30 afskop. <br><br> Sparta bied hierdie naweek weer ondersteuners die geleentheid om andlsquo;n heerlike stukkie Sparta vleis in die Weber braai area te braai terwyl Adam Tas vir vermaak by die Castle Deck sorg. <br><br> <br><br> Kaartjies vir die hoofpaviljoen kos R80, R60 vir volwassenes op die ooppaviljoen en R20 vir studente en skoliere. Kaartjies is beskikbaar by die Cheetah Winkel in die Loch Logan Waterfront asook by die kaartjiekantoor in die Vrystaat Stadion. Die boonste vlak van die ooppaviljoen, sal weens groot belangstelling vir hierdie wedstryd, oop wees vir ondersteuners.<br><br> <br><br> <br><br> No.<br><br> Position<br><br> name<br><br> 1<br><br> LOOSEHEAD PROP<br><br> Caylib Oosthuizen<br><br> 2<br><br> HOOKER<br><br> Adriaan Strauss (c )<br><br> 3<br><br> TIGHTHEAD PROP<br><br> Maks van Dyk<br><br> 4<br><br> LEFT LOCK<br><br> Andries Ferreira<br><br> 5<br><br> RIGHT LOCK<br><br> Francois Uys<br><br> 6<br><br> LEFT FLANKER<br><br> Heinrich Brussow<br><br> 7<br><br> RIGHT FLANKER<br><br> Jean Cook <br><br> 8<br><br> NUMBER EIGHT<br><br> Boom Prinsloo<br><br> 9<br><br> SCRUMHALF<br><br> Sarel Pretorius<br><br> 10<br><br> FLYHALF<br><br> Elgar Watts<br><br> 11<br><br> LEFT WING<br><br> Willie le Roux ( vc )<br><br> 12<br><br> INSIDE CENTRE<br><br> Ryno Benjamin<br><br> 13<br><br> OUTSIDE CENTRE<br><br> Johann Sadie<br><br> 14<br><br> RIGHT WING<br><br> Raymond Rhule<br><br> 15<br><br> FULLBACK<br><br> Hennie Daniller<br><br> Replacements: <br><br> <br><br> 16.<br><br> RESERVE<br><br> Torsten van Jaarsveld<br><br> 17.<br><br> RESERVE<br><br> Trevor Nyakane<br><br> 18.<br><br> RESERVE<br><br> Rossouw de Klerk<br><br> 19.<br><br> RESERVE<br><br> Waltie Vermeulen<br><br> 20.<br><br> RESERVE<br><br> Teboho Mohoje<br><br> 21.<br><br> RESERVE<br><br> Shaun Venter<br><br> 22.<br><br> RESERVE<br><br> Riaan Smit<br><br> 23.<br><br> RESERVE<br><br> Cornal Hendricks<br><br> <br><br> 2014-04-23 Permutations galore before the playoffs - Vodacom Cup Round 7 Preview Although the eight teams that will progress to the Vodacom Cup quarter-finals are basically determined, a lot can still happen in terms of finishing in the top two positions in both sections.<br><br> <br><br> The North Section is heading towards a humdinger, with five teams still in the hunt to reach the playoffs. Only the Steval Pumas, runners up in 2013, are guaranteed of a place in the quarter-finals and only a disaster will see them finish lower than in top spot.<br><br> <br><br> Looking at the various permutations in this section, the Steval Pumas (currently first on the log on 27 points) need one log point from their match against the Golden Lions at Alberton Rugby Club on Saturday afternoon to ensure they finish top of the pool.<br><br> <br><br> For the defending champion Golden Lions (fourth on 19 points, pointsandrsquo; difference of +99), a bonus-point victory in this rematch of the 2013 final will be enough to reach the playoffs yet again, but if they fail to do that, the Leopards XV (fifth on 18 points, PD +73) can still overtake them.<br><br> <br><br> The Leopards XV host GWK Griquas (second on 22 points, PD +101) in Klerksdorp on Saturday afternoon in a rematch of the 2005 final, which was when the team from the Northern Cape clinched one of their four Vodacom Cup titles.<br><br> <br><br> The Vodacom Blue Bulls (third on 21 points, PD +88) will be aiming for a big win over the last-placed Assupol Limpopo Blue Bulls in Pretoria on Friday afternoon, where they should qualify for the playoffs.<br><br> <br><br> A very big victory over their northern neighbours could still see the team from Pretoria sneak into the top two on the log, should GWK Griquas not win with a bonus point. That could see the Vodacom Blue Bulls overtake the side from Kimberley on pointsandrsquo; difference and earn hosting rights in the quarter-final round.<br><br> <br><br> In the only other North Section pool match, only pride is at stake when the Valke host the Down Touch Griffons in Kempton Park on Friday afternoon.<br><br> <br><br> In the South Section, the top four will consist of the Cell C Sharks, DHL Western Province, SWD Eagles and the Toyota Free State XV, but the order in which they finish can still change. As it stands, the KwaZulu-Natalians canandrsquo;t finish lower than second, meaning they will host one of the quarter-finals.<br><br> <br><br> The Cell C Sharks XV (currently first on the log on 27 points) host the EP Kings in Durban on Friday afternoon as a curtain-raiser to their Vodacom Super Rugby clash later that evening. Although the team from Port Elizabeth are fifth on the log, they canandrsquo;t make the quarter-finals anymore.<br><br> <br><br> Two log points from this match will be enough for the KwaZulu-Natalians to secure first place on the South Section log.<br><br> <br><br> At this stage, it looks like the winner of the match between the second-placed DHL Western Province (23 points) and third-placed SWD Eagles (21 points) will also earn hosting rights in the quarter-finals. This encounter takes place in George on Friday evening.<br><br> <br><br> However, the Toyota Free State XV (fourth on 21 points) can still pass both these teams on the log if they secure a big win over the Kenyan side, the Tusker Simba XV, in Bloemfontein on Saturday afternoon.<br><br> <br><br> The final pool match of the season will take place in Piketberg on Saturday afternoon, where the Regent Boland Cavaliers and Border Bulldogs will be playing to avoid the South Section wooden spoon in 2014.<br><br> <br><br> The final two emerging young players who are making their way up the rugby ladder weandrsquo;ll be featuring from the North and the South Sections are Sinovuyo Nyoka from the Steval Pumas and Sandile Kubeka of the Cell C Sharks XV.<br><br> <br><br> Vodacom Cup information: NEWS | RESULTS | FIXTURES | LOGS | TOP SCORERS | TRY SCORERS<br><br> <br><br> Vodacom Cup Rising Star (No 13) andndash; Sinovuyo Nyoka (Steval Pumas)<br><br> <br><br> Sinovuyo Nyoka might be small in stature andndash; he stands 1.68m tall and weighs just under 80kg andndash; but this nuggety scrumhalf of the Steval Pumas plays with massive heart.<br><br> <br><br> The 23-year-old Nyoka hails from King Williamandrsquo;s Town and is a born and bred Border Bulldog, whose colours heandrsquo;s been playing in since he represented them at the Coca-Cola Grant Khomo Week for U16s in 2006. He attended Dale College, a couple of years after Keegan Daniel, Bandise Maku and Bjorn Basson.<br><br> <br><br> He made the move north at the end of last season though and with Faf de Klerk on Vodacom Super Rugby duty with the Lions, Nyoka has been the Steval Pumasandrsquo; first-choice scrumhalf in all but one of their matches since the start of the Vodacom Cup.<br><br> <br><br> Nyoka is a former SA Schools player andndash; he played in 2008 alongside Pat Lambie, Siya Kolisi and Elton Jantjies andndash; and he made his senior debut in 2010 in the Vodacom Cup for the Bulldogs, who he has played for in 49 matches.<br><br> <br><br> He got his big break last year when he was selected for the SA Presidentandrsquo;s XV, who were unbeaten as they won the IRB Tbilisi Cup in Georgia. Nyoka started at scrumhalf against Uruguay and Georgia, and played from the bench against Emerging Ireland.<br><br> <br><br> Nyoka is a typical scrumhalf in the sense that he is very quick to the ball, has a great pass and a sniping break with an eye for the gap. His ability to read the game and see and attack space saw him walk away with the Man of the Match award against Uruguay in Georgia last year, where he had a hand in all three of the Presidentandrsquo;s XVandrsquo;s tries.<br><br> <br><br> Vodacom Cup Rising Star (No 14) andndash; Sandile Kubeka (Cell C Sharks XV)<br><br> <br><br> At only 19 years old Sandile Kubekaandrsquo;s rugby track record speaks volumes about the quality of the player he is and the bright future he has ahead of him.<br><br> <br><br> The Sharks Academy student was born in Durban in 1994 and matriculated at Kearsney College, from where he made the SA Schools team in 2012, starting at outside centre in the "Test" against France in Wellington.<br><br> <br><br> Kubekaandrsquo;s immense potential on the rugby field was spotted early, with the player having progressed through the junior ranks successfully from the 2007 Coca-Cola Under-13 Craven Week to the Under-16 Grant Khomo Week in 2010 and finally the Craven Week for U18s in 2012, from where he made the SA Schools team.<br><br> <br><br> He is 1.76m tall and weighs just south of 90kg, which is similar to Springbok midfielder Juan de Jongh.<br><br> <br><br> Last year, Kubeka was a regular starter for the Sharks Under-19 team that made the semi-finals of the the Absa Under-19 Provincial Championship, where they were knocked out by the Golden Lions.<br><br> <br><br> Kubeka graduated to senior rugby this season where he made his Vodacom Cup debut off the bench against DHL Western Province in the second round. After that, he was named in the starting line-up for the clashes against the Toyota Free State XV and the SWD Eagles.<br><br> <br><br> His talent was also spotted by SA Under-20 coach Dawie Theron, as he was named in the expanded Junior Springbok training group but just missed out on selection to the final squad which was announced earlier this week.<br><br> <br><br> Round 7 fixtures:<br><br> <br><br> Friday, 25 April<br><br> <br><br> Vodacom Blue Bulls v Assupol Limpopo Blue Bulls<br><br> Kick-off: 15h00<br><br> Venue: Loftus Versfeld B, Pretoria<br><br> Referee: Eduan Nel<br><br> <br><br> Valke v Down Touch Griffons<br><br> Kick-off: 15h00<br><br> Venue: Barnard Stadium, Kempton Park<br><br> Referee: Juan Sylvestre (Argentina)<br><br> <br><br> Cell C Sharks v EP Kings<br><br> Kick-off: 16h30<br><br> Venue: Growthpoint Kings Park, Durban<br><br> Referee: Federico Anselmi (Argentina)<br><br> <br><br> SWD Eagles v DHL Western Province<br><br> Kick-off: 19h00<br><br> Venue: Outeniqua Park, George<br><br> Referee: Rasta Rasivhenge<br><br> <br><br> Saturday, 26 April<br><br> <br><br> Toyota Free State XV v Tusker Simba XV <br><br> Kick-off: 14h30<br><br> Venue: Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein<br><br> Referee: Marius van der Westhuizen<br><br> <br><br> Golden Lions v Steval Pumas<br><br> Kick-off: 15h00<br><br> Venue: Alberton Rugby Club, Alberton<br><br> Referee: Ben Crouse<br><br> <br><br> Leopards XV v GWK Griquas<br><br> Kick-off: 15h30<br><br> Venue: Klerksdorp Rugby Club, Klerksdorp<br><br> Referee: Lourens van der Merwe<br><br> <br><br> Regent Boland Cavaliers v Border Bulldogs<br><br> Kick-off: 16h00<br><br> Venue: Piketberg<br><br> Referee: Daniel Fortuin<br><br> 2014-04-23 Twee Cheetahs in SA Onder20-span Die SA Rugby-unie het vanoggend die span bekend gemaak wat in Junie aan die Wandecirc;reldbeker-toernooi vir Onder20-spanne in Nieu-Seeland gaan deelneem. Daarandrsquo;s twee Vrystaters in die span - Joseph Dweba (haker) en Mthokozisi (Zee) Mkhabela (skrumskakel).<br><br> Die volledige span is: Cyle Brink (Goue Leeus, flank), Aidon Davis (OP Kings, No.8), Jean-Luc du Plessis (Haaie, losskakel), Jean-Luc du Preez (Haaie, flank), Dan du Preez (Haaie, slot), Thomas du Toit (Haaie, stut), Joseph Dweba (Toyota Vrystaat, haker), Corniel Els (Blou Bulle, haker), Andrandegrave; Esterhuizen (Haaie, senter), Warrick Gelant (Blou Bulle, heelagter), Lloyd Greef (Luiperds, vleuel), Dan Kriel (Blou Bulle, senter), Jesse Kriel (Blou Bulle, heelagter), Wilco Louw (Blou Bulle, stut), Thabo Mabuza (Goue Leeus, flank), Malcolm Marx (Goue Leeus, haker), Duncan Mathews (Blou Bulle, vleuel), Mthokozisi (Zee) Mkhabela (Toyota Vrystaat, skrumskakel), Ngobisizwe Mxoli (Blou Bulle, stut), Abongile Nonkontwana (Blou Bulle, slot), Sergeal Petersen (OP Kings, vleuel), Handrandegrave; Pollard (Blou Bulle, losskakel), JD Schickerling (WP, slot), Pierre Schoeman (Blou Bulle, stut), Victor Sekekete (Goue Leeus, flank), Justin (JP) Smith (Blou Bulle, skrumskakel), Dayan van der Westhuizen (Blou Bulle, stut) en Nicolaas Janse van Rensburg (Blou Bulle, slot).<br><br> 2014-04-23 Cheetahs hou nou twee duime vas BLOEMFONTEIN. andndash; Die Toyota Cheetahs sal eers later vandeesweek weet of hulle andrsquo;n inspuiting vir die naweek se Superrugby-wedstryd gaan kry.<br><br> Daar was gister nog hoop vir die beseerde Springbok-losskakel Johan Goosen (harsingskudding) en die Toyota Cheetahs-flank Lappies Labuschagnandeacute; (lies) om Saterdag hier teen die Stormers vir hul span terugandshy; te keer.<br><br> Die Bok-stut Coenie Oosthuizen (nek) sal langer moet wag, terwyl die yster-slot Lood de Jager (vinger) vir die volgende paar weke vir sy Super-span verlore is.<br><br> Oosthuizen was die laaste tyd op die krukkelys en daar is gehoop hy kan teen die Stormers terugandshy;keer.<br><br> Hy het aan die begin van die maand saam met sy spanmaats geslyp, maar andrsquo;n speandshy;sialis het hom toe aangeraai om nog te rus.<br><br> De Jager was vanjaar een van die sukkelende Toyota Cheetahs se beste spelers en andrsquo;n aanspraakmaker om deur Heyneke Meyer, die Springbok-breier, nader getrek te word.<br><br> Maar die slot het Saterdag teen die Haaie in Durban seergekry en kan sowat ses weke langs die kantlyn wees.<br><br> Goosen en Oosthuizen het albei die Haaie-wedstryd misgeloop nadat hulle andrsquo;n week tevore in die Vrystaat-stadion teen die Cruandshy;saders seergekry het. Hulle het nie verlede week saamgeoefen nie.<br><br> Volgens Hawies Fourie, andrsquo;n hulpafrigter van die Toyota Cheetahs, sal Labuschagnandeacute; vandag vir andrsquo;n skandering gaan en Goosen moet nog later in die week harsingskudding-toetse slaag voordat hy die Stormers kan pak.<br><br> Elgar Watts en Heinrich Branduuml;ssow het onderskeidelik in Goosen en Labuschagnandeacute; se plekke teen die Haaie begin.<br><br> Branduuml;ssow was die laaste paar maande met andrsquo;n toonbesering uit en het met sy terugkeer andrsquo;n hoandeuml; werkverrigting gehandhaaf.<br><br> Die flank was, ondanks andrsquo;n geelkaart in die tweede helfte teen hom, een van sy span se min uitblinkers in die Toyota Cheetahs se nederlaag van 8-19.?<br><br> 2014-04-23 Boonste vlak Saterdag oop vir ondersteuners Daar is soos gewoonlik groot opgewondenheid die naweek as ons die Stormers in Bloemfontein verwelkom, wanneer die Toyota Cheetahs en die DHL Stomers mekaar pak in ? Vodacom SupeRugby wedstryd. Die aanvraag na kaartjies vir die wedstryd is baie groot en daarom sal die boonste vlak van die Oostelike pawiljoen oop wees vir toeskouers. Moenie uit mis hierdie naweek nie. Wedstryd skop Saterdag om 17h05 af.<br><br> <br><br> Kaartjie pryse:<br><br> R80 andndash; Hoofpaviljoen (almal)<br><br> R60 andndash; Ooppaviljoen (volwassenes, studente en kinders)<br><br> <br><br> Kaartjies te koop by:<br><br> Cheetah Winkel andndash; Loch Logan Waterfront Aanlyn: Kaartjiekantoor by Hek 5 in die Vrystaat Stadion <br><br> Go Cheetahs!<br><br> 2014-04-22 Rustenburg Impala crowned Cell C Community Cup champions Rustenburg Impala crowned Cell C Community Cup champions<br><br> Rustenburg Impala on Monday held their nerve in a tense Cell C Community Cup final in soaking rain at Outeniqua Park in George to win the second edition of the Easter Playoffs and the historic Gold Cup.<br><br> The victory marked their third back-to-back win in the 2014 Cell C Community Cup Easter Playoffs, and followed an impressive showing in the pool stages of the competition in which they registered victories in three of their four matches.<br><br> In the other matches, tournament debutantes Hamiltons registered a 27-18 victory against 2013 runners up College Rovers in light rain to finish in third place, and in the dry matches GAP Management Despatch thumped Roses United 57-21 for their fifth-place finish and Refreshhh! Centurion defeated Kempston Old Selbornians 42-14.<br><br> In the SWD Easter Tournament, the Maoriandrsquo;s claimed the title with a 17-0 victory against Bridgton following an exciting competition hosted on the Outeniqua Park B field on Saturday and Monday respectively.<br><br> The All Blacks, meanwhile, finished in third place after defeating Calitzdorp 27-15, while Eagles Stars beat Glen Roses 43-12 and Knysna United outplayed the Jaguars for a 21-16 victory.<br><br> Kempston Old Selbornians 14 (11) Refreshhh! Centurion 42 (11)<br><br> Refreshhh! Centurion produced their best performance of the tournament against Kempston Old Selbornians in their final match to finish the Cell C Community Cup in seventh place. Kempston Old Selbornians started the clash well with Craig Shone kicking a penalty and No8 Craig Green crossing the tryline within the first 12 minutes to build up an 8-0 lead.<br><br> But Refreshhh! Centurion hit back in the second quarter with two penalties by flyhalf Steven Moir, while the team found their rhythm on attack and placed pressure on the Border club, which paid off with a try by centre Stanley Twiname. Shone kicked another penalty for his team before the break to leave the sides locked at 11-11.<br><br> But the flood gates opened for the Pretoria team as they continued to find the gaps in Kempston Old Selborniansandrsquo; defence in the second half with Twiname scoring back-to-back tries. This was followed by another three five-pointers to take their tally for the match to six. In return the opposition managed to kick only a penalty in the second half, forcing them to settle for a disappointing 42-14 defeat.<br><br> Roses United 21 (7) GAP Management Despatch 57 (36)<br><br> Defending Cell C Community Cup champions GAP Management Despatch also finished their Easter Playoff campaign on a high note with an emphatic 57-21 victory against Roses United. The victory marked their second of the tournament.<br><br> So dominant were GAP Management Despatch they scored eight tries to only three by Roses United, with wing Elcardo Mintoor earning a hat-trick. Five of the Port Elizabeth clubandrsquo;s tries were scored in the first half, two of which were in the opening 13 minutes, which allowed them to build up an encouraging 36-7 half-time lead.<br><br> They continued to exploit the weaknesses in the Roses United defence in the second half despite the Boland teamandrsquo;s determined efforts to step up their game, and crossed the tryline three more times. Unfortunately for Roses United, their costly handling errors aside, scrumhalf Percival Williams received a red card in the 64th minute which dealt a further blow to their hopes of a clawing their back into the match. However, they fought until the end and managed to score their third try of the match seven minutes from time to finish the match with 17 points. <br><br> Jonsson College Rovers 18 (8) Hamiltons 27 (7)<br><br> The Cell C Community Cup third and fourth-place playoff between Jonsson College Rovers and Hamiltons was a hard-fought encounter, but Hamiltonsandrsquo; ability to capitalise on their point-scoring chances in the second half handed them a 27-18 victory.<br><br> The first half was a tight affair as the teams threw everything at each other and this showed on the scoreboard with Jonsson College Rovers taking a narrow 8-7 lead. Hamiltons wing Iewan Bartels opened up the scoring with a try in the 15th minute which Shane Vallender converted to hand the team a 7-0 lead. But Jonsson College Rovers captain Christopher Micklewood slotted over a penalty minutes later, which was supported by a try by Warrick Venter. The rest of the second quarter proved to be tight as the teams did well to hold one another out.<br><br> Two tries within five minutes by Hamiltons early in the second half, however, put them on the front foot. Despite this, the KwaZulu-Natal club refused to give up and earned an invaluable try by Quinton Crocker on the stroke of the fourth quarter, which Micklewood converted and followed up with a penalty soon after to reduce the deficit to 21-18. Their hopes of a late comeback, however, were dashed by indiscipline, which allowed Hamiltons replacement back Johannes Jacobus van Zyl to kick two penalties in the last 10 minutes for the 27-18 victory.<br><br> Rustenburg Impala 13 (13) Roodepoort 11 (8)<br><br> The final between Rustenburg Impala and Roodepoort was thrilling as the teams put their bodies on the line in a physical battle for the title of Cell C Community Cup champions. Such was the closeness of the clash, the teams fought until the final whistle, but a successful conversion by Rustenburg Impala proved to be the difference between the sides on the scoreboard.<br><br> With the rain pouring down the teams were forced to play tight rugby, rather than an enterprising game, and they both defended well, resulting in the clash coming down to the wire. Both sides scored their only tries in the first half, but two penalties and a conversion by former Griquas and Western Province flyhalf Naas Olivier to add to their try, to only one penalty by Roodepoort, handed Rustenburg Impala a 13-8 lead at the break.<br><br> The 13 points, however, proved to be the only points scored by the team, as they battled to breach Roodepoortandrsquo;s defence in the second half. Roodepoort flyhalf Hendrik Gerhardus Oosthuizen, meanwhile, added a penalty to their tally in the 56th minute to force their way into contention for the title with the score at 13-11 with over 20 minutes to play.<br><br> But Rustenburg Impala matched Roodepoortandrsquo;s the fine defensive effort, and in the end denied the Johannesburg-based club a last-gasp victory despite their desperate attempts to cross the tryline after stringing together several phases on attack. <br><br> Cell C Community Cup day three scorers:<br><br> Kempston Old Selbornians 14 (11) Refreshhh! Centurion 42 (11)<br><br> Kempston Old Selbornians andndash; Try: Craig Green. Penalties: Craig Shone (2), Warren Rielly.<br><br> Refreshhh! Centurion andndash; Tries: Gerhard van der Merwe, Jacques Olivier, Stanley Twiname (3), Yves Bashiya. Conversions: Steven Moir (3). Penalties: Steven Moir (2).<br><br> Roses United 21 (7) GAP Management Despatch 57 (36)<br><br> Roses United andndash; Tries: Brendon April, Gareth Cilliers, Reinart Hubert Ellmann. Conversions: Brendon April, Lohan Lubbe, Ryan Julies.<br><br> GAP Management Despatch andndash; Tries: Elcardo Mintoor (3), Elroy Ligman, Lesley Luiters, Monty Dumond, Stephan Deyzel, Trichardt van Tonder. Conversions: Monty Dumond (7). Penalties: Monty Dumond.<br><br> Jonsson College Rovers 18 (8) Hamiltons 27 (7)<br><br> Jonsson College Rovers andndash; Tries: Quinton Crocker, Warrick Venter. Conversions: Christopher Micklewood. Penalties: Christopher Micklewood (2).<br><br> Hamiltons andndash; Tries: Iewan Bartels, Kudu Botha, Terry Jacobs. Conversions: Johannes Jacobus van Zyl (2), Shane Vallender. Penalties: Johannes Jacobus van Zyl (2).<br><br> Rustenburg Impala 13 (13) Roodepoort 11 (8)<br><br> Rustenburg Impala andndash; Try: Leon Andries du Plessis. Conversion: Naas Olivier. Penalties: Naas Olivier (2).<br><br> Roodepoort - Try: Jaun Shaw. Penalty: Hendrik Gerhardus Oosthuizen (2).<br><br> SWD Easter Tournament day two results:<br><br> Eagles Stars 43 andndash; 12 Glen Roses<br><br> Knysna United 21 andndash; 16 Jaguars<br><br> All Blacks 27 andndash; 15 Calitzdorp (3rd/4th place-playoff)<br><br> Moariandrsquo;s 17 - 0 Bridgton (final)<br><br> 2014-04-22 Cheetah Welpie Kleuterskole Rugbydag en Pom-poms 31 Mei om 09:00 tot 13:00<br><br> Registrasie en spanfotoandrsquo;s vanaf 07:30<br><br> Venue: Martie du Plessis skool Bloemfontein<br><br> R40 per speler of pom-pom dogter. <br><br> (5 spelers in andlsquo;n span) (Pom-pom groepe van tot 20)<br><br> R10 toegangsgeld vir nie-spelers.<br><br> Graad 00 en Graad R seuns en dogters.<br><br> <br><br> Elke speler en pom-pom dogter ontvang andlsquo;n medalje en andlsquo;n "goodie-bag." Hierdie is andlsquo;n pret rugby-oggend. Goeie sportmanskap en respek vir skeidsregters en maats word aangemoedig. U kind hoef dus nie andlsquo;n rugbyster te wees nie. Spanfotoandrsquo;s en pom-pom-groep fotoandrsquo;s. Verversings beskikbaar. Telefoniese inskrywings sluit 23 Mei en die inskrywingsvorm word ingehandig by die registrasietafel op die 31ste Mei. Maak u eie span of skryf u kind se kleuterskool-span in. <br><br> Navrae en telefoniese inskrywings: 074 202 4444<br><br> <br><br> 2014-04-16 All systems go for Cell C Community Cup Easter Playoffs Defending Cell C Community Cup champions GAP Management Despatch and Roodepoort will open the 2014 edition of the Cell C Community Cup Easter Playoffs on Thursday at 11h15 at Outeniqua Park in George where the battle begins between South Africaandrsquo;s top eight club rugby teams for the historic Gold Cup.<br><br> <br><br> GAP Management Despatch, Roodepoort, Hamiltons, Jonsson College Rovers, Kempston Old Selbornians, Refreshhh! Centurion, Roses United and Rustenburg Impala will participate in the Cell C Community Cup Easter Playoffs, which reaches a climax on Monday, April 21, with the Cup Final.<br><br> <br><br> The matches will take place over three days; Thursday, Saturday and Monday respectively, and all 12 fixtures will be broadcast live on SuperSport.<br><br> <br><br> Four of the teams participated in the inaugural tournament last year, while Hamiltons, Kempston Old Selbornians, Refreshhh! Centurion and Roses United will make their debut in the Easter Playoffs in the next few days.<br><br> <br><br> "It is fitting that the defending champions will kick off the second edition of the Cell C Community Cup," said SARU CEO Jurie Roux. "This will add to the excitement around the event and the atmosphere at Outeniqua Park where fans will have the luxury of seeing the best domestic club teams in action. In the last few months 20 teams have gone head-to-head for places in the Cell C Community Cup Easter Playoffs and the top teams will now have the opportunity to prove that they have what it takes to be crowned the champions.<br><br> <br><br> "SARU and tournament hosts, South Western Districts Rugby, have been working hard in the last few months to ensure that the tournament is a success, so this is an exciting time for us and for club rugby in South Africa," explained Roux.<br><br> <br><br> 2013 runners up Jonsson College Rovers will meet newcomers Kempston Old Selbornians in the second match at 13h30, while Roses United will take on Rustenburg Impala at 15h45 and Hamiltons go up against Refreshhh! Centurion at 18h00 in the final match of the day.<br><br> <br><br> "I wish all eight teams good luck for the tournament, and I hope the sides participating in the Cell C Community Cup Easter Playoffs for the first time will enjoy this experience," added Roux. "With all the matches being broadcast on SuperSport this is a fantastic opportunity for the teams to showcase their talent and the quality of club rugby in South Africa."<br><br> <br><br> Cell C Community Cup day-one fixtures (Thursday, 17 April):<br><br> 11h15 - Gap Management Despatch vs Roodepoort<br><br> 13h30 - Jonsson College Rovers vs Kempston Old Selbornians<br><br> 15h45 - Roses United vs Rustenburg Impala<br><br> 18h00 - Hamiltons vs Refreshhh! Centurion <br><br> 2014-04-16 Vodacom SupeRugby : Toyota Cheetah team announced The Toyota Cheetah Head Coach, Naka Drotske, has named his starting XV to take on the Sharks on Saturday, 19 April at Growthpoint Kings Park in Durban. <br><br> <br><br> Changes to the team from last week: <br><br> <br><br> Caylib Oosthuizen replacing Trevor Nyakane on prop Heinrich Brussow returning as loose forward after a toe injury Jean Cook replacing the injured Lappies Labuschagne (groin) Boom Prinsloo moving in on no. 8 Elgar Watts replacing Johan Goosen (concussion) Willie le Roux and Hennie Daniller switching places Toyota Cheetahs<br><br> No.<br><br> Position<br><br> name<br><br> 1<br><br> LOOSEHEAD PROP<br><br> Caylib Oosthuizen<br><br> 2<br><br> HOOKER<br><br> Adriaan Strauss (c )<br><br> 3<br><br> TIGHTHEAD PROP<br><br> Maks van Dyk<br><br> 4<br><br> LEFT LOCK<br><br> Lodewyk de Jager<br><br> 5<br><br> RIGHT LOCK<br><br> Francois Uys<br><br> 6<br><br> LEFT FLANKER<br><br> Heinrich Brussow<br><br> 7<br><br> RIGHT FLANKER<br><br> Jean Cook<br><br> 8<br><br> NUMBER EIGHT<br><br> Boom Prinsloo<br><br> 9<br><br> SCRUMHALF<br><br> Sarel Pretorius<br><br> 10<br><br> FLYHALF<br><br> Elgar Watts<br><br> 11<br><br> LEFT WING<br><br> Willie le Roux ( vc )<br><br> 12<br><br> INSIDE CENTRE<br><br> Ryno Benjamin<br><br> 13<br><br> OUTSIDE CENTRE<br><br> Johann Sadie<br><br> 14<br><br> RIGHT WING<br><br> Cornal Hendricks<br><br> 15<br><br> FULLBACK<br><br> Hennie Daniller<br><br> Replacements: <br><br> <br><br> 16.<br><br> RESERVE<br><br> Ryno Barnes<br><br> 17.<br><br> RESERVE<br><br> Trevor Nyakane<br><br> 18.<br><br> RESERVE<br><br> Rossouw de Klerk<br><br> 19.<br><br> RESERVE<br><br> Andries Ferreira<br><br> 20.<br><br> RESERVE<br><br> Teboho Mohoje<br><br> 21.<br><br> RESERVE<br><br> Shaun Venter<br><br> 22.<br><br> RESERVE<br><br> Riaan Smit<br><br> 23.<br><br> RESERVE<br><br> Raymond Rhule<br><br> <br><br> <br><br> <br><br> 2014-04-15 Totale “ Home Make-over” vir Lentedou-huis van Engo Jeugsorgsentrum Lentedou Jeugsorg-huis in Bloemfontein se agt meisies het Vrydag andlsquo;n "nuwe" huis gekry. Dit is soos andlsquo;n droom wat waar geword het.<br><br> <br><br> Sowat twee weke gelede het Credo Home of Hope in samewerking met Engo Kinder-en Jeugsorgsentrums, die behoefte geandiuml;dentifiseer om Lentedou huis op te gradeer. Credo Home of Hope is die Liefdadigheidsbeen van African Mining and Crushing, wat binne die gemeenskap betrokke raak met die doel om andlsquo;n verskil te maak in lewens. <br><br> <br><br> Borge is oral ingesamel deur Credo Home of Hope en die huis het binne twee weke andlsquo;n nuwe baadjie aangetrek. Die hele huis is binne en buite oorgeverf. Die huis is buite herstel waar daar barste was en vensterbanke gebreek was. Die twee badkamers is oorgedoen en nuwe baddens is ingesit, alle deure is aan die binnekant van die huis vervang, wasbakke en ligte is ook vervang. Beddens is oorgesprei en matte is vervang. Nuwe gordyne, beddegoed, handdoeke en selfs andlsquo;n splinternuwe stel nagklere met toiletware en lekker warm pantoffels is vir elke kind aangekoop.<br><br> <br><br> Die waskamer en kombuis is opgegradeer met nuwe teandeuml;ls en verf. Nuwe kombuisware wat nodig was is aangekoop en al die loodgieterswerk in die huis is oorgedoen. <br><br> <br><br> Daar is ook aan die buitekant andlsquo;n lieflike braaiplek aangebou, waar die kinders saam sal kan kuier. Louisa Faila, die huismoeder van Engo se Lentedou-huis is baie in haar skik met die nuwe huis.<br><br> <br><br> Lentedou is een van ongeveer 33 Kinder-en Jeugsorgsentrums in die Vrystaat en is deel van die Engo Groep. Engo streef daarna om andlsquo;n plek van veiligheid aan kinders te bied waar hulle binne normale omstandighede kan groei en ontwikkel. Daar is nou 8 meisies tussen die ouderdom van 13 andndash; 16 jaar wat in Lentedou bly. "Engo Jeugsorgsentrums ontvang slegs ongeveer 50% van andlsquo;n erg afgeskaalde begroting van die staat, en daar is nie voldoende fondse vir die onderhoud en opgradering van eiendom soos die nie. Daarom is die opgradering vir ons wonderlik, en ons is baie dankbaar vir instansies en besighede soos African Mining and Crushing wat ons passie vir die welstand van hierdie kinders deel." het Mnr Jannie Nothnagel, Direkteur Ondersteuningsdienste van Engo gesandecirc;.<br><br> <br><br> Meer oor Credo<br><br> <br><br> Credo is die nuwe naam van Adopt a House wat in 2013 deur African Mining and Crushing op die been gebring is. Hulle het dit ten doel om regtig andlsquo;n verskil te maak in die lewens van mense en kinders. Daarom het hulle ook Engo Kinder- en Jeugsorg as liefdadigheid gekies om by betrokke te raak. <br><br> <br><br> Welmari van Rooyen is aan die stuur van Credo Home of Hope en bestuur en koandouml;rdineer al die projekte. Verskeie projekte wat kinders se lewens verander is verlede jaar afgehandel. Dit sluit in die opgradering van ander Engo Jeugsorghuise, verjaarsdagpartytjies vir kinders, hulp met skoolskryfbehoeftes, bederf vakansies by die see vir kinders in die Engo Jeugsorghuise en dan het hulle ook reeds kinders finansieandeuml;l ondersteun om op nasionale vlak aan sport te gaan deelneem. Credo is die Latyn vir " believe" Verder word andlsquo;n Credo as volg omskryf: <br><br> <br><br> A statement or way of thinking A group of people believe inandhellip; A way of life to reach a higher purpose <br><br> Besoek gerus hulle webblad by vir meer besonderhede.<br><br> 2014-04-15