05/03/2020 - Currie Cup - The Big Cull Of u/21 Players Has Started - It was confirmed by some of the rugby unions, that they are in the process of informing players that their contracts will not be renewed at the end of this year. The major reason stated by the Unions is the expected cancellation of the u/21 Currie Cup competition next year. Although nothing was officially announced
29/02/2020 - Currie Cup - Duanne Vermeulen Rejoins Blue Bulls - It has been confirmed that Springbok World Cup 2019 winner Duanne Vermeulen will rejoin the Blue Bulls in June 2020. Vermeulen left the Bulls at the end of 2019 and joined the Kobuta Spears in Japan for a short period. With the Vodacom Bulls current "success" in the Vodacom SuperRugby competition they will definately not make the playoffs, therefore, it
07/09/2019 - Currie Cup - Free State Cheetahs Secure Currie Cup Title Already In First Half - The Toyota Free State Cheetahs won their first Currie Cup title since their victory against the Blue Bulls (36-16) in 2016 also in Bloemfontein. They dominated the first half and scored four tries to lead 31-07 at the break. The Golden Lions scored 21 unanswered
07/09/2019 - Currie Cup - A Cat Fight In Bloemfontein - A gripping cat fight is set to play out at the Toyota Stadium in Bloemfontein on Saturday when the Toyota Free State Cheetahs host the Xerox Golden Lions in the Currie Cup final. This will mark the third time the teams meet in the final. Interestingly, both previous finals between these sides were in
06/09/2019 - Currie Cup - Cheetahs Make Only One Change For Final - Toyota Free State Cheetahs head coach Franco Snith announced his team that will be facing the Xerox Golden Lions on Saturday, 7 September 2019 in the Currie Cup final at 17:00 in Toyota Stadium, Bloemfontein. The team shows one change in the starting line-up with Abongile Nonkontwana and Gerhard Olivier who switch
05/09/2019 - Currie Cup - Golden Lions Make One Forced Change For Final - The Xerox Golden Lions team to play the Toyota Free State Cheetahs in the Currie Cup final shows one change from last week with Sti Sithole losing out due to a torn calf muscle sustained during training on Thursday. Dylan Smith moves into the starting XV and Nathan McBeth comes onto the bench.
04/09/2019 - Currie Cup - Van der Westhuizen To Referee First Currie Cup Final - Marius van der Westhuizen will officiate his first Currie Cup final at the Toyota Stadium in Bloemfontein on Saturday in a match which will also mark a big day for the experienced Television Match Official, Shaun Veldsman, who is retiring from the game after an illustrious