Currie Cup

Currie Cup rugby

Rassie rebuilds

Coach Rassie Erasmus is looking to plug the leaks of the Cheetahs battleship that sprung during the Super 14.

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Sharks sharpen teeth

The Sharks will prepare for the Currie Cup with a friendly against the Western Force at Pietermaritzburg’s Woodburn Stadium on 7 June.

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Eloff the exorcist

Australasian nightmares a thing of the past, the Cats now revert to their Currie Cup alter-egos, the Lions, who will be coached by the hugely-experienced Eugene Eloff.

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Province pack under pressure

With the loss of Eddie Andrews to national duty and Neil Fullard to injury, the Western Province scrum looks set to take a few more knocks this year.

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No stopping Watson

Despite yet another snub from Jake White, Luke Watson soldiers on, this time under the blue and white banner of Western Province.

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Sharks want try feast

Everybody lauded the Sharks for their attacking efforts in the Super 14, but scrumhalf Craig Davidson expects even more five-pointers in the Currie Cup.

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No more excuses for Kobus

Having complained about interference from director of rugby Nick Mallett, WP coach Kobus van der Merwe is set to be given free rein with the team and will have the power to contract players.

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Sharks search for next JP

Despite a resurgent performance in the Vodacom Super 14, the Sharks are not resting on their laurels ahead of the Absa Currie Cup.

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Naas: Falcons will soar

The Falcons have started the season in the best possible way by winning the Vodacom Cup, but director of coaching Naas Botha remains grounded when considering their chances in the Currie Cup.

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