Varsity Cup

Clubs wrap

Keo.co.za brings you highlights of the club games played over the weekend.

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SARSU-backed derby comes to Ellis Park

Grass roots rugby comes to Ellis Park this weekend with a match up between Soweto Rugby Club and Bethlehem Zebras being staged as one of the curtain raisers to the Currie Cup match between the Golden Lions and Western Province.

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Roux rocks

As Western Province rugby’s bosses continue their search for a coaching success story, an amazing one, involving a home grown talent, is being written at Stellenbosch University.

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Let the real Springbok stand up !

Springbok Rugby Club competes in the Namaqualand region of Griquas. The league consist out of nine clubs who play a single round robin, after which the top four teams play in the first division, and the bottom five in the second. This is a double round on a home and away basis, with the top two clubs to play in… Read more →

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Roses United’s update

Roses United’s hopes of defending their Boland Premier League title suffered a setback at the start of the season when they lost 12 players to other clubs that can offer the players match fees.

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Roses United

Francois Davids saw wealth where some saw poverty. Where some saw hardship, Davids saw opportunity. What had the potential to be a killing field has become a field of dreams.

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College Rovers

East Coast kings College Rovers had a fantastic year in 2006, winning all but one major tournament they competed in. Only one team stood in the way of a perfect Rovers season and, unfortunately, that particular team cost them the national title.

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Shimlas

It says a lot for a side to march on in the wake of bitter disappointment. Adversity is perhaps too strong a word, and a dearth of luck is probably the most accurate way to describe the fortunes of Shimlas in the past year.

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Pirates

One would struggle to find a South African rugby club with as rich a tradition and long a history of success as Pirates. The Johannesburg giants trace their roots back to the Northern Cape mining town of Kimberley, which is where George Danford established the club in 1884.

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Pukke

In 2006, Pukke powered their way to a second National Club Championship title in three years. When you look at what their rugby institute offers, it’s obvious why they are so successful.

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