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PostPosted: Thu May 02, 2019 11:45 am 
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Xerox Golden Lions XV to play the Leopards: 15 Kennedy Mpeku; 14 Madosh Tambwe, 13 Yanga Hlalu, 12 Eduard Fouché, 11 Stean Pienaar; 10 Jeanluc Cilliers, 9 Bradley Thain; 8 Jo-Hanko de Villiers, 7 Darrien-Lane Landsberg, 6 James Venter, 5 Reinhard Nothnagel, 4 Ruben Schoeman, 3 Keagan Glade, 2 PJ Botha, 1 Danie Mienie (c).
Reserves: 16 Tiaan van der Merwe, 17 Leo Kruger, 18 MJ Pelser, 19 Travis Gordon, 20 Jack Hart, 21 Ulrich Maritz, 22 Tyreeq February.


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Blue Bulls to play the Welwischias: 15 Earll Douwrie, 14 Duncan Matthews, 13 Erich Cronje, 12 JT Jackson, 11 Cameron Hufke, 10 Fiela Boshoff, 9 Embrose Papier, 8 Muller Uys, 7 Nic De Jager, 6 Ruan Steenkamp (c), 5 Aston Fortuin, 4 Marius Verwey, 3 Mornay Smith, 2 Werner Fourie, 1 Nqoba Mxoli.
Replacements: 16 Joe van Zyl, 17 Madot Mabokela, 18 Ruan Nortje, 19 Roelof Smit, 20 Theo Maree, 21 Vaughan Isaacs, 22 Diego Appollis


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PostPosted: Fri May 03, 2019 5:51 am 
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Western Province to play Border: 15 Craig Barry (captain), 14 Nico Leonard, 13 EW Viljoen, 12 Lyle Hendricks, 11 Edwill van der Merwe, 10 Abner van Reenen, 9 Paul de Wet, 8 Marno Redelinghuys, 7 Ben-Jason Dixon, 6 Chris Massyn, 5 David Meihuizen, 4 Jordan Sesink-Clee, 3 Lee-Marvin Mazibuko, 2 Chad Solomon, 1 Kwenzo Blose.
Substitutes: 16 Chadley Wenn, 17 Liam Hendricks, 18 Brandon Valentyn, 19 Dian Koen, 20 Deon Carstens, 21 Cornel Smit, 22 Sihle Njezula.


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PostPosted: Sun May 05, 2019 1:26 pm 
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The Vodacom Blue Bulls and Golden Lions bagged big wins in round two of the Rugby Challenge, while the Sharks XV got their first victory on Saturday.

The Pretoria side had too much on offer for the Welwitschias, beating the visitors 87-21 at Loftus Versfeld, while the men from Johannesburg found the trip to Wolmaransstad to their liking, beating Leopards 55-27.

Three hat-tricks were scored by the Gauteng neighbours – No 8 Jo-Hanko de Villiers and winger Madosh Tambwe dotting down three times for the Golden Lions, to join the mark set by Erich Cronje for the Bulls earlier in the day.

However, the defending champions from Nelspruit, the Pumas, had to bank on a late try to beat the Valke in Brakpan, while Griquas, twice runners-up in the competition, remained undefeated in the North Section by beating the Griffons in a hard-fought affair in Welkom.

There are only two undefeated teams left in the South Section, where the presence of 2017 champions, Western Province, looms large. They had the better of Border in East London on Saturday, while Boland kept their winning ways going by beating Free State XV in Paternoster.

The EP Elephants also got their first win under the belt by beating SWD Eagles in Port Elizabeth, while the Sharks XV outplayed the Zimbabwe Academy in Cape Town for their opening win of the competition.

https://www.sarugbymag.co.za/big-guns-flex-muscles-rugby-challenge/

Round 2 result:

North Section:

Griffons (26) – Tries: Jaywinn Juries, Neill Stannard. Conversions: Juries (2). Penalties: Juries (4).
Griquas (35) – Tries: Wendal Wehr, Andre Swarts, Anthony Volminck, AJ le Roux, Kwezi Mkhafu. Conversions: George Whitehead (2). Penalties: Whitehead (2).

Valke (19) – Tries: Marco Klopper, Anrich Richter, Coert Cronje. Conversions: Richter (2).
Pumas (26) – Tries: Devon Williams (2), Jeandre Rudolph, Marco Palvie. Conversions: Chris Smith (2), Kobus Marais.

Leopards (27) – Tries: Marius Stander, Johan Retief, Chriswill September, Eugene Hare. Conversions: Lincoln Daniels (2). Penalty: Daniels.
Golden Lions XV (55) – Tries: Jo-Hanko de Villiers (3), Madosh Tambwe (3), PJ Botha, Ulrich Maritz. Conversions: Jeanluc Cilliers (6). Penalty: Cilliers.

Blue Bulls (87)– Tries: Erich Cronje (3), Duncan Matthews (2), Ruan Steenkamp, Embrose Papier, Madot Mabokela, Fiela Boshoff, Travis Ismaiel, Vaughan Isaacs, Earll Douwrie, Nic de Jager. Conversions: JT Jackson (9), Isaacs (2).
Welwitschias (21) – Tries: Leneve Damans, Oderich Mouton, Adriaan Booysen. Conversions: Pieter Steenkamp (2), Cliven Loubser.

South Section:

Zimbabwe Academy (14) – Tries: Bisele Tshamala (2). Conversions: Jeremiah Jaravaza, Hilton Mudariki.
Sharks XV (36) – Tries: Murray Koster (2), Adam Mountford, Lunga Ncube, Connor Botha, Kwanda Dimaza. Conversions: Rhyno Smith (3).

Border Bulldogs (24) – Tries: Billy Dutton, Lonwabo Ntleki, Penalty Try. Conversions: Aphiwe Stemele (2). Penalty: Stemele.
Western Province (48) – Tries: Nico Leonard, Chad Solomon (2), Marco Redelinghuys, Cornel Smit, Craig Barry. Conversions: Abner van Reenen (6). Penalties: Van Reenen (2).

Boland Cavaliers (21) – Tries: Adriaan Ludick, Tapiwa Tsomondo, Michaine Fick. Conversions: Garrick Mattheus (3).
Free State XV (10) – Tries: Jamba Ulengo, Boan Venter.

EP Elephants (59) – Tries: Mike Botha, Luvuyo Pupuma, Richmond Gora (2), Rynardt van Wyk, Mhlali Mpafi, Oliver Zono, Diego Williams, Meli Rokoua. Conversions: Zono (6), Ntabeni Dukisa.
SWD Eagles (31) – Tries: Ganfried May, Dillin Snel, Vuyo Mboto, Marquit September (2). Conversions: Gerhard Nortier, Divan Nel (2).


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PostPosted: Thu May 09, 2019 12:00 pm 
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Xerox Golden Lions XV vs Valke (12:00): 15 Ruan Combrinck; 14 Madosh Tambwe, 13 Franco Naude, 12 Hacjivah Dayimani, 11 Stean Pienaar; 10 Jeanluc Cilliers, 9 Dillon Smit; 8 Jo-Hanko de Villiers, 7 Darrien-Lane Landsberg, 6 James Venter (c), 5 Reinhard Nothnagel, 4 Ruben Schoeman, 3 Keagan Glade, 2 Robbie Coetzee, 1 Nathan McBeth.
Reserves: 16 Pieter Jansen, 17 Danie Mienie, 18 Travis Gordon, 19 Mandisi Mthiyane, 20 Bradley Thain, 21 Yanga Hlalu, 22 Kennedy Mpeku.


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PostPosted: Thu May 09, 2019 12:07 pm 
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The Cell C Sharks XV

1. James Scott
2. Cullen Collopy
3. Roger Zondi
4. Lunga Ncube
5. Andrew Evans
6. Adam Mountfort
7. Wian Vosloo
8. Kwanda Dimaza
9. Zee Makabela
10. Murray Koster
11. Leolin Zas
12. Jeremy Ward (Captain)
13. DJ Falconer
14. Lwazi Mvovo
15. Rhyno Smith

Replacements

16. Connor Botha
17. Tian de Jager
18. Jeandre Labuschagne
19. Vian Fourie
20. Damian Stevens
21. Inny Radebe
22. Sicelo Tole


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He is considered one of the most promising loose forwards in the country, but Hacjivah Dayimani will start at centre in the Golden Lions' SuperSport Challenge clash against the Valke on Saturday.

It is an experiment that those at the union seem to be excited by, given that Dayimani also already featured as backline cover off the bench in Super Rugby for the Lions this year.

It is believed that Lions coach Swys de Bruin and Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus have discussed Dayimani's future at length and that both feel centre could be a position where he thrives.

https://www.sport24.co.za/Rugby/lions-continue-out-of-the-box-dayimani-experiment-20190509


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PostPosted: Thu May 09, 2019 2:42 pm 
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.The story of how Sean Erasmus – the Xerox Golden Lions’ new head coach in the SuperSport Rugby Challenge – got his first coaching job is a case of being at the right place at the wrong time.

“After I got my (back) injury in 1999-2000 things weren't working out and I had to make ends meet," Erasmus tells the story. “Harlequins Club in the Bluff in Durban is right next to this small school called Grosvenor Boys. I walked in there sort of looking for a job and I bumped into an irate person that was unhappy about something or the other and there was an argument going on.

"He said to me: ‘Can I help you?’ and I told him I was looking for a little coaching job to make ends meet. He slammed a whistle on my chest and said: 'Congrats, you're the new first team coach!' I told him I didn't have to start with the firsts and asked him when I started. He looked at his watch and said: ‘In about two hours' time..’"

A RESULTS MAN

Erasmus's immediate results at the school – which would generally be a trait pretty much everywhere he turned up – went a long way towards making him the cult figure he had become by the time he left Paar Boys High to join the Lions late last year.

Wherever he has coached at schoolboy level, be it Grosvenor, Westville Boys High, Glenwood High or Paarl Boys, Erasmus has inspired the kind of adulation which saw Glenwood basically call him a player whisperer by saying he was the kind of coach to "speak to the soul of a player" when he left them.

Under Erasmus, Glenwood began their own sports academy and became the premier school in KwaZulu-Natal, competing and beating the traditional powerhouses of South African Schools rugby in the process, while the rest of the country know him better as the coach who led Paarl Boys to a ridiculous three-year unbeaten streak from 2015 to 2017.

LOYAL COACHING BEGINNINGS

Erasmus's coaching origins may be a bit on the humble side, but they are rooted in one of his coaching traits, loyalty (to go with an almost daft work ethic and an infectious passion). Having been greatly influenced by Herman Viljoen, his first team coach at Henry Honiball's alma mater Escourt High, Erasmus decided to stay at the school and do post matric in 1996 out of loyalty to his coach.

"At the end of 1995 he was diagnosed with cancer and about three or four of us stayed on at the school in honour of him. In 1996 he passed away and I started coaching straight away, playing as a player coach in 1996 and staying on to help out a year later."

The then hooker, who for some reason had also played scrumhalf against Pieter Dixon at primary school and fullback later on, wasn't long in the real world when a back injury forced him to retire at the 'ripe old age of 22'.

Once he got his feet under the coaching table he was lucky to be approached by current Lions chief executive and former Springbok coach Rudolf Straeuli, then at the Sharks, to help out as a technical analyst for an assortment of teams ranging from their academy side to their Vodacom Cup teams.

RIDICULOUS WORK ETHIC

Having been told to earn his stripes, Erasmus took it a little too far by working with five teams: "Those were busy times, Sundays I was doing analysis for about five teams, but that's how it was and where I wanted to be and I was absolutely loving it.

"I'd always start immediately after the games on Saturday, wake up at about five on Sunday, go to church and come back to do some more for the rest of the day. When I started working as a techie I learnt an incredible amount about the game. I've always said I've been blessed to have the wife I have because she's supported me and never complained.”

When Erasmus got itchy feet after being involved with every team in the Sharks set-up except the Sharks themselves, Monument came calling but it didn't feel right for him, but when Paarl Boys came knocking he didn't hesitate.

FALSE START IN PAARL

The time in Paarl – where he churned out talents like Damian Willemse, Gianni Lombard, Manuel Ras, Francke Horn and Salmaan Moerat, among others – is looked at as a mythical period in his coaching career, when it was also one of the darkest periods in his coaching life.

"We had our backs up against the wall in 2014 because we'd lost one of the inter schools games and somebody told me in front of my whole family that they'd wasted their money on me because I was useless and needed to go.

"That really pushed me out of my comfort zone and really awoke the beast in me. I went back home and shook myself out of feeling sorry for myself decided to try something different and more out of the box with my coaching."

As a coach who obsesses about changing his players' lives, Erasmus barely knows how long the streak was and only calls his time at Paarl Boys one of the highlights in his career.

PROFESSIONAL RUGBY

Coaching professional players will take some getting used to: "My approach hasn't changed, I still get upset when the boys walk into the team area with their hats on and don't follow team discipline.

"I say to people you never want players to feel like schoolboys but at the same time you want to instill the same values and discipline that are needed to make the game great because we get to inspire people – we need to win off the field as well as on the field."


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He is considered one of the most promising loose forwards in the country, but Hacjivah Dayimani will start at centre in the Golden Lions' SuperSport Challenge clash against the Valke on Saturday.

It is an experiment that those at the union seem to be excited by, given that Dayimani also already featured as backline cover off the bench in Super Rugby for the Lions this year.

It is believed that Lions coach Swys de Bruin and Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus have discussed Dayimani's future at length and that both feel centre could be a position where he thrives.

https://www.sport24.co.za/Rugby/lions-continue-out-of-the-box-dayimani-experiment-20190509

Interesting. He certainly has the pace to be a back.


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PostPosted: Sat May 11, 2019 12:05 pm 
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Friday 10 May:
ISG Pumas 40-30 Leopards
Vodacom Blue Bulls 35-20 Down Touch Griffons
Cell C Sharks XV 20-47 DHL Western Province


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Golden Lions 43-40 Valke

Lions nearly threw away the match after a 31-7 lead before halftime


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Border Bulldogs 0-52 Boland Cavaliers


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Welwitschias 24-61 Griquas


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SWD Eagles 31-30 Zimbabwe Academy
EP Elephants 12-49 Toyota Free State XV


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Lions vs Pumas: 15 Ruan Combrinck; 14 Prince Nkabinde, 13 Wandisile Simelane, 12 Franco Naudé, 11 Jan-Louis la Grange; 10 Sylvian Mahuza, 9 Dillon Smit; 8 Pikkie de Villiers, 7 Darren Landsberg, 6 James Venter, 5 Wilhelm van der Sluys, 4 Ruben Schoeman, 3 Jacobie Adriaanse, 2 Robbie Coetzee, 1 Nathan McBeth.
Reserwes: 16 Pieter Jansen, 17 Frans van Wyk, 18 Reinhard Nothnagel, 19 Len Massyn, 20 Shaun Williams, 21 Yanga Hlalu, 22 Kennedy Mpeku.


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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2019 2:05 pm 
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Cell C Sharks XV 29 - 28 Boland Cavaliers


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SuperSport Rugby Challenge Results
Sunday, 19 May 2019
EP Elephants 52-3 Border Bulldogs
Leopards 50-52 Valke
Down Touch Griffons 34-24 Welwitschias

Saturday, 18 May 2019
DHL Western Province 33-13 Zimbabwe Academy
Toyota Free State XV 64-17 SWD Eagles
Tafel Lager Griquas 38-17 Vodacom Blue Bulls
Xerox Golden Lions XV 33-51 ISG Pumas

Friday, 17 May 2019
Cell C Sharks XV 29-28 Boland Cavaliers


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Schedule:

Saturday, 25 May 2019
12:10 DHL Newlands
DHL Western Province v EP Elephants

14:30 Rosemoor Stadium
SWD Eagles v Boland Cavaliers

14:30 Jonsson Kings Park Stadium
Cell C Sharks XV v Border Bulldogs

15:00 Nelspruit Rugby Stadium
ISG Pumas v Tafel Lager Griquas

16:00 Hage Geingob Stadium
Namibia v Leopards

16:00 False Bay RFC
Zimbabwe Acdemy v Toyota Free State XV

Sunday, 26 May 2019
12:30 Bosman Stadium
Vodacom Blue Bulls v Xerox Golden Lions XV

14:30 Bosman Stadium
Valke v Down Touch Griffons


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Xerox Golden Lions XV vs Vodacom Blue Bulls (12:30): 15 Ruan Combrinck; 14 Prince Nkabinde, 13 Wandisile Simelane, 12 Franco Naude, 11 Jan-Louis la Grange; 10 Sylvian Mahuza, 9 Dillon Smit; 8 Ruan Vermaak, 7 Darrien-Lane Landsberg, 6 James Venter (c), 5 Wilhelm van der Sluys, 4 Ruben Schoeman, 3 Frans van Wyk, 2 Tiaan van der Merwe, 1 Nathan McBeth. Reserves: 16 Morne Brandon, 17 Jacobie Adriaanse, 18 Len Massyn, 19 Oupa Mthiyane, 20 Shaun Williams, 21 Austin Davids, 22 Kennedy Mpeku.


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Xerox Golden Lions XV vs Vodacom Blue Bulls (12:30): 15 Ruan Combrinck; 14 Prince Nkabinde, 13 Wandisile Simelane, 12 Franco Naude, 11 Jan-Louis la Grange; 10 Sylvian Mahuza, 9 Dillon Smit; 8 Ruan Vermaak, 7 Darrien-Lane Landsberg, 6 James Venter (c), 5 Wilhelm van der Sluys, 4 Ruben Schoeman, 3 Frans van Wyk, 2 Tiaan van der Merwe, 1 Nathan McBeth. Reserves: 16 Morne Brandon, 17 Jacobie Adriaanse, 18 Len Massyn, 19 Oupa Mthiyane, 20 Shaun Williams, 21 Austin Davids, 22 Kennedy Mpeku.

Send Simelane to the Stormers. Him and Dan duP would be a decent midfield pair. :thumbup:


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PostPosted: Thu May 23, 2019 7:29 pm 
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Western Province

15 Craig Barry (captain), 14 Nico Leonard, 13 EW Viljoen, 12 Lyle Hendricks, 11 Sihle Njezula, 10 Abner van Reenen, 9 Jano Vermaak, 8 Marno Redelinghuys, 7 Johan du Toit, 6 Chris Massyn, 5 David Meihuizen, 4 Ben-Jason Dixon, 3 Michael Kumbirai, 2 Schalk Erasmus, 1 Kwenzo Blose.

Substitutes: 16 Dan Jooste, 17 Lee-Marvin Mazibuko, 18 Curtly Thomas, 19 Brandon Valentyn, 20 Deon Carstens, 21 David Brits, 22 Andre Manual.

(most of them will play for the Sharks next year)


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Saturday, 25 May 2019
Welwitschias 8-81 Leopards
Zimbabwe Academy 10-66 Toyota Free State XV
SWD Eagles 28-43 Boland Cavaliers
Cell C Sharks XV 82-24 Border Bulldogs
ISG Pumas 37-28 Tafel Lager Griquas
DHL Western Province 27-13 EP Elephants

SuperSport Rugby Challenge Results
Sunday, 26 May 2019
Valke 41-31 Down Touch Griffons
Vodacom Blue Bulls 62-24 Xerox Golden Lions XV


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Vodacom Blue Bulls 62-24 Xerox Golden Lions XV

What is the excuse this time, playing rugby on a Sunday?

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Vodacom Blue Bulls 62-24 Xerox Golden Lions XV

What is the excuse this time, playing rugby on a Sunday?

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

You enjoyed that? :)


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SuperSport Rugby Challenge Fixtures

Friday, 31 May 2019
Outeniqua Park
19:00 SWD Eagles v Border Bulldogs

Saturday, 1 June 2019
Emirates Airline Park
14:00 Xerox Golden Lions XV v Down Touch Griffons

Bosman Stadium, Brakpan
15:00 Valke v Vodacom Blue Bulls

Mbombela Stadium
15:00 ISG Pumas v Welwitschias

Boland Stadium
15:30 Boland Cavaliers v Zimbabwe Academy

Leeudoringstad Rugby Klub
15:45 Leopards v Tafel Lager Griquas

Sunday, 2 June 2019
Wolfson Stadium, PE
12:30 Toyota Free State XV v DHL Western Province
14:30 EP Elephants v Cell C Sharks XV


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Cheetahs in the lead vs WP half time.


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Jano Vermaak & de Wet look ready for SuperRugby. Cheetahs 33-34 WP


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Good to see young Abner van Reenen playing for WP.


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Cheetahs 34-37 WP. Final score


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EP vs Sharks now


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Friday, 31 May 2019
SWD Eagles 18-17 Border Bulldogs

Saturday, 1 June 2019
Leopards 16-31 Tafel Lager Griquas
Boland Cavaliers 52-16 Zimbabwe Academy
Valke 22-47 Vodacom Blue Bulls
ISG Pumas 106-0 Welwitschias
Xerox Golden Lions XV 42-15 Down Touch Griffons

Sunday, 2 June 2019
EP Elephants 27-7 Cell C Sharks XV
Toyota Free State XV 33-37 DHL Western Province


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:shock: EP beating the Sharks


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EP wins against the Sharks :lol: :thumbup:


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In the other match at the Rugby Festival, the home town faithful were treated to a somewhat unlikely win for the EP Elephants over the more fancied Sharks XV, who had their slim semi-finals hopes dashed. The home side won 27-7 after a strong first half all but confirmed the result.


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