The Currie Cup is one of the oldest rugby competitions in the world, with the first games played in 1889 but it was only in 1892 that it came to be known by its famous name.
The 2021 Currie Cup has flown under the radar since it kicked off, but if you weren’t aware, the majority of teams in the Premier Division have already played 11 of their 12 round-robin matches.
The Blue Bulls face a tricky away fixture when they travel east on the N4 to face the New Nation Pumas in Nelspruit on Wednesday afternoon,
Arno Botha, will make a return to the Bulls starting team when the side takes on Griquas in a Currie Cup fixture at Loftus Versfeld on Wednesday.
The 2021 Currie Cup has flown under the radar since it kicked off last month, but if you weren’t aware, the majority of teams in the Premier Division have already played as many as eight of their 12 matches.
The Sharks and Bulls face each other at Kings Park on Friday night in a match with major significance for the Currie Cup playoffs.
Western Province vs Bulls: The hosts are chasing a Currie Cup double over the men in blue and much-needed log points.
Bulls director of rugby, Jake White has named his team to face Western Province at Newlands on Friday with skipper Coetzee to return.
Newlands rugby stadium simply refuses to host its “final ever match”.
Bulls captain Marcell Coetzee was withdrawn at the eleventh hour from the team that took on the Lions in a 40-21 Currie Cup victory at Loftus Versfeld on Sunday.
An update has been given on Springboks and Bulls loose forward Duane Vermeulen following the Springboks 22-17 loss to the British and Irish Lions in the first Test in Cape Town last night.
Marcell Coetzee missed the Bulls match against Jacques Nienaber’s South Africa ‘A’ side which the men in blue won.
Bulls coach Jake White has praised new signing Johan Goosen following a superb outing against South Africa ‘A’ on Saturday.
The Bulls have named former Springbok Johan Goosen at flyhalf for their clash with South Africa ‘A’ in Cape Town on Saturday.
South Africa ‘A’ and the Bulls will join the action after SA Rugby confirmed an epic double-header at Cape Town Stadium on Saturday.
Due to extraordinary circumstances, SA Rugby announced that two Currie Cup Premier Division matches this weekend will be cancelled.
The Pretoria-based Bulls are reportedly heading to Cape Town to help provide some opposition for the Springboks this weekend.
Springbok and Bulls wing Travis Ismaiel has announced his retirement from rugby due to an ongoing shoulder injury.
The British & Irish Lions’ third tour match against the Bulls on Saturday at Loftus Versfeld is reportedly in doubt due to a spate of positive Covid-19 cases in the South African team’s camp.
Utility back Clinton Swart is set to be released by by the Bulls and will head to Japan according to sources.
Springbok centre Lionel Mapoe will make a return to Loftus Versfeld in yet another signing by the Bulls, effective from July 1.
The Bulls have landed the services of Springbok Ruan Combrinck who will arrive at Loftus Versfeld on July 1.
The Currie Cup Premier Division match between the Cheetahs and Bulls, scheduled for Bloemfontein on Wednesday, has been cancelled in line with Covid-19 protocols.
The Bulls have confirmed that Nizaam Carr will be leaving Loftus Versfeld at the end of July and heading back to his former club in England, Wasps RFC.
The much talked about Jake White spending spree has gained yet another platform of dialogues with the Bulls reportedly signing Springbok duo Ruan Combrinck and Lionel Mapoe.