Currie Cup Premier Division

Discussion in 'General Rugby Union' started by Groen_en_Goud, Aug 22, 2005.

  1. Boland 29 - Western Province 22 [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Lions 53 - Griquas 11 [​IMG]
    Blou Bulle 26 - Vrystaat 16 [​IMG]
    Sharks 55 - Leopards 17 [​IMG]

    From what I heard Western Province we're lucky to get that close.
    I would have expected Griquas to get closer. They are better than that.
    Well done bulls. *clap* *clap* *clap* *bronx cheer*
    Sharks are just warming up.
     
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  3. Bull

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    Investec Western Province 10 - 18 Vodacom Blue Bulls Newlands [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Wildeklawer Griquas 27 - 28 The Sharks ABSA Park [​IMG]
    Vodacom Cheetahs 46 - 15 Boland Cavaliers Vodacom Park [​IMG]
    Leopards 21 - 37 Golden Lions Olën Park
     
  4. Sharks v Cheetahs should be a great game. Hopefully the Sharks can win against the Cheetahs. [​IMG]
    Not too sure about the Sharks game against Griquas. [​IMG]

    I'd knew you'd enjoy a win against Wee Pee, Bull. Then again, who doesn't?
     
  5. Bull

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    The Sharks were lucky to win against Griquas.
     
  6. Steve-o

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    It's good to see Craig Davidson coming back after 18 months of recovering from his injuries.
     
  7. Bull

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    The Sharks 18 - 29 Vodacom Cheetahs The ABSA Stadium [​IMG]
    Boland Cavaliers 20 - 36 Wildeklawer Griquas Boland Stadium
    Golden Lions 23 - 38 Investec Western Province Ellis Park [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Vodacom Blue Bulls 69 - 24 Leopards Loftus Versfeld [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  8. Natal Sharks 18 - 29 Free State Cheetahs @ Kings Park [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]

    Oh well.. it had to happen eventually. A blemish on the record for Currie Cup 2005.
    Just keep it down to one, sharks.

    I see the Blue Bulls are getting into the act of picking on the poor defenceless Leopards.

    Golden Lions 23 - 38 Investec Western Province Ellis Park [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  9. ABSA Currie Cup squads
    September 08, 2005
    Here are the weekend teams and fixtures for the ABSA Currie Cup.

    Leopards v Boland Cavaliers 9 Sept at Olën Park - SS1 19:00

    Leopards: 15. Anvor Schooney, 14. Bertus Swanepoel, 13. Ronnie Cooke, 12. Barry Geel, 11. Andries van Rensburg, 10. Naas Olivier, 9. Frans Conradie, 8. Jonah Mokuena, 7. Franco van der Merwe, 6. Andre Swanepoel, 5. Retief Uys, 4. Werner Lessing (Captain), 3. Jacobus Roux, 2. Hansie van Dyk, 1. Gunder Williamson

    Replacements: 16. Niklas Richard Superina, 17. Frank Redelinghuys, 18. Naude Beukes, 19. Bertus Heunis, 20. Jean Tiedt, 21. Jacobus Christiaan Bekker, 22. Colin Lloyd

    Cavaliers: 15. Justin Peach, 14. Ryno Benjamin, 13. Willem van Zyl, 12. Kobus Meintjies, 11. Jongi Nokwe, 10. Antonius Verhoeven, 9. Neil Papier, 8. Francois Prinsloo, 7. Chris Potgieter, 6. Angelo Brinkhuys, 5. Henk Eksteen, 4. Pieter Myburgh, 3. Tommy Dixon, 2. John Burke (Captain), 1. Jaco Engels

    Replacements: 16. Pieter Wium, 17. Fabian Brandt, 18. David de Villiers, 19. Henley du Plessis, 20. Charl Blom, 21. Patrick Petersen, 22. Rennie Dazel


    Vodacom Cheetahs v Golden Lions 10 Sept at Vodacom Park - SS1/MNET 15:00

    Lions: 15. Conrad Jantjes, 14. Wylie Human, 13. Jaque Fourie, 12. Wayne Julies, 11. Jorrie Muller, 10. André Pretorius, 9. Enrico Januarie, 8. Cobus Grobbelaar, 7. Wikus van Heerden (Captain), 6. Gerhard Vosloo, 5. Gordon Gilfillan, 4. Trevor Hall, 3. Marius Hurter, 2. Lukas van Biljon, 1. Pietman van Niekerk

    Replacements: 16. Schalk Burger Brits, 17. Lawrence Sephaka, 18. Willem Stoltz, 19. Ernst (Jouba) Joubert, 20. Nic Eyre, 21. Nel Fourie, 22. Grant Esterhuizen

    Cheetahs: The team has not been announced.


    Wildeklawer Griquas v Vodacom Blue Bulls 10 Sept at ABSA Park - SS7 15:00
    Griquas: 15. Tiger Mangweni, 14. Vuyani Dlomo, 13. Dries Scholtz, 12. Lafras Uys, 11. MJ Mentz, 10. Quintin van Tonder, 9. Neil Powell, 8. Kobus Grobbelaar, 7. Gareth Krause, 6. Jannie Bornman, 5. Stefan van Rooyen, 4. Johan Ackerman, 3. Hedley Wessels, 2. Tiaan Liebenberg, 1. Jane du Toit (Captain)

    Replacements: 16. Frederik Willem Wepener, 17. Cornelis Rautenbach, 18. Ruan Botha, 19. Johannes (Nicky) van der Walt, 20. Johannes Rooifontein, 21. Braam van Straaten, 22. Bobby Joubert

    Bulls: 15. Johan Roets, 14. John Mametsa, 13. JP Nel, 12. Wynand Olivier, 11. Akona Ndungane, 10. Morne Steyn, 9. Fourie du Preez, 8. Anton Leonard (Captain), 7. Pedrie Wannenburg, 6. Jacques Cronje, 5. Francois van Schouwenburg, 4. Danie Rossouw, 3. Andries Human, 2. Gary Botha, 1. Kees Lensing

    Replacements: 16. Danie Coetzee, 17. Wessel Roux, 18. Victor Matfield, 19. Tim Dlulane, 20. Heini Adams, 21. Derick Hougaard, 22. Bryan Habana


    Investec Western Province v The Sharks 10 Sept at Newlands - MNET/SS1 17:00

    Western Province: 15. Werner Greeff (Captain), 14. Tonderai Chavhanga, 13. Jean de Villiers, 12. De Wet Barry, 11. Zhahier Ryland, 10. Peter Grant, 9. Neil de Kock, 8. Adri Badenhorst, 7. Joe van Niekerk, 6. Hendrik Gerber, 5. Gerrie Britz, 4. Ross Skeate, 3. Eddie Andrews, 2. Federico Mendez, 1. JD Moller

    Replacements: 16. Hanyani Masana Shimange, 17. Pat Barnard, 18. Rob Linde, 19. Justin Melck, 20. Bolla Conradie, 21. Gus Theron, 22. Earl Rose

    Sharks: The team has not been announced.
     
  10. Bull

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    Investec Western Province 47 - 19 The Sharks Newlands [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Vodacom Cheetahs 20 - 31 Golden Lions Vodacom Park [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Wildeklawer Griquas 30 - 49 Vodacom Blue Bulls ABSA Park [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Leopards 50 - 47 Boland Cavaliers Olën Park
     
  11. Western Province 47 - 19 Natal Sharks [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    I can take most losses... but I get really ****** off when we lose to WP.
     
  12. Matfield is out of the game against Free State after he hurt his hamstring in a training session for the Springboks. Meyer has blasted Jake White saying that it's stupid to have a sprint session after a huge game.

    But I believe in Country over Province. These idiot provinical coaches (not just Meyer) don't the best interests of the country at heart. I wish they would just step back and think of the preperation process going on for the 2007 RWC rather than short term gain in the Currie Cup.
     
  13. Bull

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    But why the f*** must they do sprint test? That idiot Jake White is always fond of speaking about stats, like Eddie Andrews can bench 150kg's, but he can't scrum for ****.
     
  14. Bull

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    Vodacom Cheetahs 22 - 26 Vodacom Blue Bulls Vodacom Park [​IMG]
    Wildeklawer Griquas 28 - 33 Golden Lions ABSA Park [​IMG]
    Leopards 43 - 65 The Sharks Olympia Park [​IMG]
    Investec Western Province 47 - 13 Boland Cavaliers Newlands [​IMG]
     
  15. Bull

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    Golden Lions 37 - 36 Vodacom Cheetahs Ellis Park [​IMG]
    Sharks 21 - 45 Investec Western Province The ABSA Stadium [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Boland Cavaliers 39 - 26 Leopards Boland Stadium
    Vodacom Blue Bulls 59 - 0 Wildeklawer Griquas Loftus Versfeld [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  16. Natal Sharks 21 - 45 Western Province [​IMG]

    And to top fkn things off the big news is that Rudolf Straueli is at the Sharks. Damn it!!! How bloody thick is Brian Van Zyl (CEO). The players have opposed to any move to bring RS to the Sharks yet the CEO decides it's in the best interests. As far as I'm concerned RS can go jump in shark infested aquariums on the beachfront in Durban. Bloody Hell!!![​IMG]
     
  17. Bull

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    Investec Western Province 23 - 17 Lions Newlands
    Vodacom Cheetahs 17 - 3 The Sharks Vodacom Park
    Impala Leopards 10 - 61 Vodacom Blue Bulls Olympia Park
    Wildeklawer Griquas 26 - 37 Boland Cavaliers ABSA Park

    The premier division is now finished and this Saturday is the 2 semis between WP & the Lions at Newlands and the Bull & the Cheetahs at Loftus.
     
  18. The Sharks have signed up David Campese to help improve the coaching of the backline. This sort of knowledge is greatly needed at Natal.

    Congratulations to all teams that have made the Semi's. But it will be a one horse (or should I say "Bull") race.

    I am very dissapointed in the Sharks this year, however, I will always support them through thick and thin.

    Ek bly 'n haai
     
  19. Bull

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    Semi-final results
    WP 11-Cheetahs 17 [​IMG]
    Bull 31-Lions 23, the Bulls were trailing 6-17 at one stage and finished the 1st half trailing 16-17. [​IMG]

    The final is this Saturday against the Cheetahs at Loftus.
     
  20. Wee Pee 11 - 17 Cheetahs [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]

    Thanks Cheetahs for knocking the Mountain Goats out. [​IMG]
    To me it's the next best thing to the Sharks making the Semi's.
     
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