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Currie Cup Team Announcement: Toyota Free State Cheetahs vs Western Province

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On Saturday, 9 September the Toyota Free State Cheetahs will be taking on Western Province at Newlands in Cape Town.  Kick-off is at 15:00.

While flyhalf, Ernst Stapelberg will be making his Currie Cup debut for the Toyota Free State Cheetahs, the experienced JW Jonker will be playing in his 50th Currie Cup game for the Toyota Free State Cheetahs on Saturday.  Jonker has earned 96 Currie Cup caps during his career.  He represented the Toyota Free State Cheetahs from 2006 to 2010 in 45 matches (11 tries) and again in 2017 in 4 matches.  In 2010 the played in four Currie Cup matches for the Griffons (6 tries), represented the Pumas from 2011 to 2014 in 38 matches (14 tries) and the Griquas in 5 games (2 tries) in 2016.

The referee for the game is AJ Jacobs.  He will be assisted by Marius van der Westhuizen and Divan Uys.  The TMO is Shaun Veldsman.

SA Rugby Under 19 and 21 Championship

The Toyota Free State Cheetahs u.19 and u.21 teams will be facing their counterparts from Western Province on Friday, 8 September at the Old Grey’s Sportsground in Bloemfontein.   Kick-off times for the respective matches are 13:00 and 14:45.

Toyota Free State Cheetahs vs DHL Western Province  

Currie Cup 

9 September, 15:00     

DHL Newlands Rugby Stadium, Cape Town

 

 

  1. Johan Kotze
  2. Reinach Venter
  3. Luan de Bruin
  4. Nicolaas Immelman
  5. Dennis Visser
  6. Junior Pokomela
  7. Chris Dry ©
  8. Jasper Wiese
  9. JP Smith
  10. Ernst Stapelberg
  11. Luther Obi
  12. Steph Janse van Rensburg
  13. JW Jonker
  14. Carel Jan Coetzee
  15. Marco Mason

 

  1. Marnus van der Merwe
  2. Andrew Kuhn
  3. Siba Qoma
  4. Daniel Maartens
  5. Fifi Rampeta
  6. Dian Badenhorst
  7. Ryno Eksteen

 

Toyota Free State Cheetahs u.21 vs Western Province u.21  

SA Rugby Under 21 Championship

8 September, 14:45

Old Grey’s, Bloemfontein

 

  1. Kwenzohuhle Blose
    2. James Janse van Vuuren
    3. Joseph Johannes Botha
    4. Ewan Coetzee
    5. Ruben Schoeman
    6. Musa Mahlasela
    7. Phumzile Maqondwana
    8. Bertus De Bod (Captain)
    9. Berco Venter
    10. Justin Taylor
    11. Shelwynn Dyssel
    12. William Charles Eybers
    13. Kurt Leon Eybers
    14. Charl Pretorius
    15. Ruan Wasserman
  2. Albertus Coetzee
    17. Abram Adrian Venter
    18. Brendan Verster
    19. Gerhardus Jacobus Lombard
    20. Jaywinn Juries
    21. Rayhaan Lombaard
    22. Niell Stannard

 

Coach: Izak van der Westhuizen

Assistant Coach:   Sinovuyo Ganto

Team Manager:   Renaldo Meyer

 

Toyota Free State Cheetahs u.19 vs Western Province u.19

SA Rugby Under 19 Championship

8 September, 13:00

Old Grey’s, Bloemfontein

 

  1. Bheki Qaba
  2. Ruben Cross
  3. Gideo Beukes
  4. Nathan Jordan
  5. Henk Pretorius
  6. Otsile Ranthako
  7. Ollie Losaba
  8. WP van Heerden
  9. Rewan Kruger
  10. Lubabalo Dobela
  11. Marnus Boshoff
  12. Sango xamlashe
  13. Aya Oliphant
  14. Athi Halom
  15. Darren Adonis

 

  1. Marko van der Merwe
  2. Bulelani Sali
  3. Johannes Terblanche
  4. Vusi Mkhonza
  5. Ruben De Haas
  6. Gerrie Koegelenberg
  7. Jandre de Beer
  8. John-Henry Fincham

 

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