Currie Cup

Currie Cup rugby

Morne must show mettle

RYAN VREDE writes Morne Steyn needs to continue his goal- and tactical-kicking form if he is to be a justifiable pick for the Springboks’ year-end tour.

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Jantjies back at 10

Elton Jantjies will start at flyhalf in a Golden Lions team that sees 11 changes for the semi-final against Western Province.

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Bryce hangs up whistle

New Zealand referee Bryce Lawrence has retired after officiating his 200th first-class match.

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Transforming the way we think

MARK KEOHANE, in his Business Day newspaper column, writes that the story of the Kings should be about hope and not ridicule.

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Bok duo to miss WP’s semi

Springboks Andries Bekker and Tiaan Liebenberg have been ruled out of WP’s play-off match because of injuries.

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Boks, Cheetahs lose Coenie

Coenie Oosthuizen will miss the Free State Cheetahs’ Currie Cup promotion-relegation play-offs and the Springbok end-of-year tour because of a back injury.

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Desperate for a hot harvest

RYAN VREDE writes that the injection of Springboks into the Currie Cup elevated the standard so significantly that what happened before them may as well have been a different competition.

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Bulls surge into semis

RYAN VREDE watched the Blue Bulls qualify for the Currie Cup semi-finals with a 50-29 victory over the Golden Lions at Ellis Park.

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Province power into play-offs

SIMON BORCHARDT saw Western Province thrash the Free State Cheetahs 36-15 at Newlands to set up a Currie Cup semi-final against the Golden Lions at Ellis Park.

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