Toyota Cheetahs to take on Griquas in Kimberley

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In what promise to be an epic derby, the two neighbouring sides, the Windhoek Draught Griquas Toyota Cheetahs will be facing each other in Kimberley on Saturday, 28 May. The action kicks off at 14:30 and the match will be live on SuperSport.

Coach Hawies Fourie announced his team with only two changes to the starting line-up.

Clayton Blommetjies returns from injury with Cohen Jasper providing cover on the bench for the outside backs. Cameron Dawson will be wearing the number 1 jersey with Alulutho Tshakweni on reserve.

“The Griquas, together with the Pumas and Sharks, are under pressure to qualify for the third and fourth place and they will be desperate to win, which makes them a dangerous side.” Said, Coach Hawies Fourie.

“Griquas played good rugby so far this year and we won’t underestimate them.”

“We are also well prepared for the match. On our side we are competing against the Bulls for the first place on the log, so we have a lot to play for and we’ll be as desperate for a win.”

Toyota Cheetahs

  1. Clayton Blommetjies
  2. Daniel Kasende
  3. David Brits
  4. Frans Steyn
  5. Rosko Specman
  6. Siya Masuku
  7. Ruan Pienaar (C)
  8. Mihlali Mosi
  9. Andisa Ntsila
  10. Gideon van der Merwe
  11. Victor Sekekete
  12. Aidon Davis
  13. Aranos Coetzee
  14. Marnus van der Merwe
  15. Cameron Dawson

Replacements

  1. Louis van der Westhuizen
  2. Alulutho Tshakweni
  3. Conraad van Vuuren
  4. Ockie Barnard
  5. Jeandrè Rudolph
  6. Rewan Kruger
  7. Reinhardt Fortuin
  8. Cohen Jasper


The referee for the match is Cwengile Jadezweni. He will be assisted by Phumzile Mbewu and Mpho Matsaung.

The following players are not eligible for team selection due to injury: Branden de Kock (knee), Malcolm Jaer (ankle), Craig Barry (knee), Zinedine Booysen (ankle), Evardi Boshoff (groin), Duncan Saal (hamstring) and Wilmar Arnoldi (hamstring).

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