Currie Cup

Currie Cup rugby

How the Boks rated

Different city but same headline: Le Roux and Alberts the pick of the Boks in Paris, as they were in Edinburgh. Here is how I rated the Springboks against France.

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Brutal Sharks supreme

The Sharks slaughtered Western Province in a one-sided Currie Cup final at Newlands.

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JK’s emotional send-off

Jonathan Kaplan’s appointment as the Currie Cup final referee was an emotional one and does a disservice to the concept that Saturday should be a representation of the season’s best referee.

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Bismarck shocker

The decision to find Bismarck du Plessis not guilty for a deliberate stomp is a shocker. He should have been banned from this weekend’s Currie Cup final. And I say this as a beloved Bulls supporter.

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Lambie lights up Durban

Sharks flyhalf Patrick Lambie produced the Currie Cup performance of the weekend – the one that reminded me what the fuss was about post the 2010 Currie Cup final.

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Province pump Lions

Gio Aplon was among the stars in Western Province’s thumping Currie Cup semi-final win against the Golden Lions.

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Lambie crushes Cheetahs

Pat Lambie’s brilliance dominated the Sharks Currie Cup semi-final win against the Cheetahs.

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Home wins a no brainer

Western Province and the Sharks will win their home Currie Cup semi-finals. The All Blacks will also beat the Wallabies in Dunedin.

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Duane scoops top award

Deon Fourie is Western Province and the Stormers Players’ Player of the Year, Duane Vermeulen is MVP and Springbok captain Jean de Villiers won the prize for the region’s best back.

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