Toyota Free State XV vs South Western Districts

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The Toyota Free State XV will be facing off against the South Western Districts Eagles in their opening game of the 2012 Vodacom Cup. The match will be played at the Clive Solomon Stadium in Heidedal, Bloemfontein. Kick-off is at 15:00 on Saturday, 10 March 2012.

• Entrance is free.

In association with SA Rugby, TAG Rugby and the Free State Rugby Union will be presenting the TAG Rugby Clinic. It will take place at 12:00 noon.

Boys and girls in the u/10 age group from the following schools will participate in the clinic:

Olympia Primary, Joe Solomon Primary, Phamisang Primary, Mangaung Primary, Legae Primary, Rutanang Primary, Sentraal Primary, Bloemfontein Primary, Fichardtpark Primary and Koot Niemann Primary.

• Please the map at the bottom of the article for directions to the Clive Solomon Stadium.

Toyota Free State XV:

1. Barend Koortzen, 2. Elandre Hugget, 3. Marcel van der Merwe, 4. Ockie van Zyl, 5. Waltie Vermeulen, 6. Oscar Limani, 7. Francois Uys (Captain), 8. Dries van Schalkwyk, 9. Izak Jacobs, 10. Riaan Smit, 11. Marco Mason , 12. Barry Geel , 13. Johan van Schalkwyk, 14. Kholo Ramashala, 15. Philp Burger.

Reserves:                           

16. Antonie Earl, 17. Justin Pappin, 18. Charl Schult, 19. Niel Claassen, 20. Andre van der Walt, 21. Mzuvukile Duma, 22. Sethu Tom.

Coaching Staff:

Helgard Muller, Joe Beukes, Eddie Fredericks.

South Western District Eagles:

1. Jean Rossouw, 2. Dean Hopp, 3. Raol Larson, 4. Grant Le Roux, 5. Lubabalo Mtyanda, 6. Shaun Raubenheimer, 7. Lyndon Hartnick (Captain), 8. Micheal Vermaak, 9. Johan Herbts, 10. Cecil Dumond, 11. Clinton Wagman, 12. Elrich Van Vuuren, 13. Wenstley Scott, 14. Alshaun Bock, 15. Deroy Rhoode.

Reserves:

16. Wayne Khan, 17. Anton Van Der Westhuizen, 18. Hein Potgieter, 19. Buran Parks, 20. Mzo Dyanty, 21. Anton Beswick, 22. Kempie Rautenbach.

Coaching Staff:

Anton Leonard, Eddie Myners, Bevin Fortuin.

Referee:  Marius van der Westhuizen.

Referees Assistants:  Jaco Kotze, Marlize Jordaan.

Map to the Clive Solomon Stadium in Heidedal, Bloemfontein

 

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