The semi-finals of this season’s Currie Cup will be played in Pretoria and Bloemfontein on Friday and Saturday, respectively.
The Cheetahs rediscovered their form at just the right time to defeat the Bulls in Bloemfontein to seal top spot on the Currie Cup standings.
The Cheetahs rediscovered their mojo at just the right time to defeat the Bulls in Bloemfontein and seal top spot on the Currie Cup log.
Western Province have been eliminated from the playoff race but won’t be in the mood to do the Sharks any favours.
The focus will be on third and fourth spots on the Currie Cup logs this weekend, as three teams chase semi-final positions.
Last weekend’s penultimate round of Currie Cup matches produced another bag full of high drama leaving the log delicately poised.
The Lions beat the Sharks for a bonus-point win in their final Currie Cup league fixture in Durban on Saturday.
The Pumas handed the Cheetahs their second straight defeat when the Lowvelders won an exciting Currie Cup clash in Bloemfontein on Friday.
An injury-time try by Luther Obi, coolly converted by George Whitehead, saw Griquas snatch a dramatic win over WP in a Currie Cup classic.
Currie Cup LIVE scores: Western Province vs Griquas.
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The Lions defeated Western Province to record a bonus-point victory and register their first Currie Cup win of this year’s campaign.
Griquas served up a sensational shock in Kimberley as they snapped the Cheetahs’ unbeaten streak in this year’s Currie Cup.
Saturday, 28 May is a dream day for sport lovers of all sporting codes with a jam-packed line-up of the finest teams and athletes in action.
The Bulls won an incident-packed Currie Cup match against a competitive Pumas in their Round 12 clash on Friday at Loftus Versfeld.
The Bulls pulled off a nail-biting victory over the Lions at Loftus Versfeld to retain their top spot in the Currie Cup standings.
The Cheetahs ran the Sharks ragged to register a bonus-point win in Bloemfontein and continue their flawless run in this year’s Currie Cup.
With the Pumas having hoofed the ball upfield, the lights suddenly went out as load shedding struck their match against WP.
The Bulls ran out winners over Griquas in an action-packed Currie Cup clash that served up 13 tries at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday.
The Cheetahs gathered enough reserves to grab a hard-fought Currie Cup victory over the gritty Lions on Friday at Ellis Park in Johannesburg.
The Pumas defeated hosts the Sharks on Friday evening in Durban to maintain their push for a Currie Cup playoff spot.
The Bulls have shown Griquas the utmost respect naming a strong team to face the men from the Northern Cape.
The Currie Cup resumes on Friday, 6 May and the six teams in action will be pushing to secure their playoff spots.