DHL WP Vodacom Cup team for friendly announced

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Newly appointed head coach of the DHL WP Vodacom Cup side, John Dobson, today announced his team to play the DHL WP Amateur side at Newlands on Saturday 5 February.  Kick off is at 14h45 and the game is a curtain raiser match to the main game between the DHL Stormers and the Sharks in the final fixture of the Neo Africa Tri-Series. Kick-off for the main game is at 17h05.

Said Dobson, “This weekend is great for WP Rugby. We will virtually have all the Union´s contracted players in action. The enlarged DHL Stormers squad to play the Sharks, the DHL WP Vodacom Cup side and the 19 players we have released to our three Varsities taking part in their exciting tournament. We are really anxious to see those trophies housed in the Western Cape and think it is great that our young professionals enlarge their worlds by experiencing some great student rugby.”

Tickets for Saturday are available at all Computicket and Shoprite/Checkers outlets as well as on the Computicket website (www.computicket.com) and from the Newlands Box Office at the following prices:

All Seating R40.00
Danie Craven Standing R20.00
Scholars’ Enclosure R10.00

Please note that season tickets are not valid for Saturday’s fixture

The DHL WP team is as follows:

15. Kurt Coleman

14. Clarence Khumalo

13. Michael Van Der Spuy

12. Berton Klaasen

11. JJ Engelbrecht

10. Sam Lane

9. Louis Schreuder

8. Yaya Harzenberg

7. Garrick Matthee

6. Reuben Johannes

5. Quinn Roux

4. Hilton Lobberts

3. Tom Botha

2. Sidney Tobias

1. Allistair Vermaak

Reserves

16. Albe De Swardt,

17. Steven Kitshoff

18. Eben Etzebeth

19. Neil Rautenbach

20. Nic Groom

21. Sizo Maseko

22. Iederies Arendse

The DHL Amateur side is as follows:

15. Ian Coetzee                       (Hamiltons)

14. Marvin Christians              (SKW)

13. Albert Trytsman                (Brackenfell)

12. Danwill Erasmus               (SKW)

11. Vivian Fredericks              (H&H)

10. Maxwell Stoffels               (Brackenfell)

9. Andrew Norman               (Villager)

8. Jody Burch (C)                 (SKW)

7. Anthony Lambrechts        (SKW)

6. De Wet Neethling              (Helderberg)

5. Earle Daniels                     (SKW)

4. Thando Mandla                 (Belhar)

3. Enver Jonathan                (SKW)

2. Madoda Yako                   (SKW)

1. Christo Mcnesh                 (Hamiltons)

Reserves

16. Shameegh Allen              (False Bay)

17. Schalk Jooste                  (Parow)

18. Shafiek Jacobs               (Collegians)

19. Ishmael Dollie                  (SKW)

20. Morne Adams                  (Belhar)

21. Yaseen Salie                   (Collegians)

22. Tbc

23. Tazz Fuzani                     (UWC)

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