u13 Craven Week
29 June – 03 July
Hoërskool Rob Ferreira
White River, Pumas, Mpumalanga

DAY 1 – 29 June 2015

08:30 Griffons vs Border CD
08:30 Free State Cheetahs vs SWD Eagles
09:30 Griquas vs Namibia
09:30 Eastern Province vs Golden Lions
10:30 Blue Bulls vs Zimbabwe
10:30 Boland vs NW Leopards
11:30 Western Province vs Valke
12:30 Limpopo Blue Bulls vs Border
14:30 Pumas vs KwaZulu-Natal

u16 Grant Khomo Week
06 – 09 July
Bridgton Sports Grounds
Oudtshoorn, SWD, Western Cape

u18 Academy Week
06 – 10 July
Isak Steyl Stadium
Vanderbijlpark, Valke, Gauteng

u18 Craven Week
13 – 18 July
Markotter Fields, Paul Roos
Stellenbosch, WP, Western Cape

DAY 1 – 13 July 2015

08:30 Border CD vs Namibia
10:00 Boland vs Limpopo Blue Bulls
11:30 Border vs Pumas
13:00 Free State Cheetahs vs Griffons
15:30 Western Province vs Blue Bulls

DAY 2 – 14 July 2015

09:00 Griquas CD vs Zimbabwe
10:30 Valke vs Eastern Province CD
12:00 Griquas vs NW Leopards
13:30 KwaZulu-Natal vs Golden Lions
15:00 SWD Eagles vs Eastern Province

27/06 09h35 Hurricanes v Brumbies

Predictions
Rob (Ou Grote): Hurricanes by 3
James (Ou Grote): Hurricanes by 9
Footyforecaster: Hurricanes by 5
Sportingbet: Hurricanes
Bet.coza: Hurricanes
Sportsbet: Hurricanes

27/06 11h55 Waratahs v Highlanders

Predictions
Rob (Ou Grote): Waratahs by 3
James (Ou Grote): Waratahs by 7
Footyforecaster: Waratahs by 5
Sportingbet: Waratahs
Bet.coza: Waratahs
Sportsbet: Waratahs

20/06 09h35 Highlanders v Chiefs

Predictions
Rob (Ou Grote): Highlanders by 3
James (Ou Grote): Highlanders by 5
Footyforecaster: Highlanders by 9
Sportingbet: Highlanders
Bet.coza: Highlanders
Sportsbet: Highlanders

20/06 17h05 Stormers v Brumbies

Predictions
Rob (Ou Grote): Stormers by 7
James (Ou Grote): Stormers by 3
Footyforecaster: Stormers by 5
Sportingbet: Stormers
Bet.coza: Stormers
Sportsbet: Stormers

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by theglobalpanorama

With the World Cup drawing near, rugby is moving ever closer to the very top of the global sporting agenda. There have been some great tournaments over the years, and some truly memorable moments – and not just in 1995 and 2007. The combination of the brutal physicality, the pace, the intensity and the demand for precision under pressure that characterise international rugby at the top level make it one of the greatest sporting spectacles. And the pre-game pageantry and that four-year cycle only add a broader historical backdrop to the drama that, as we have seen already, can turn mortal men into living legends.

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Download the 2015 Currie Cup Fixtures in Outlook and iCal formats, and add them to your calendar automatically.

Click here to download the 2015 Currie Cup Fixtures

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2015 Currie Cup Fixtures

01 15h30 Qualifier v Western Province (TBC), 2015/08/07
02 18h00 Pumas v Sharks (Mbombela Stadium), 2015/08/07
03 14h15 Eastern Province Kings v Golden Lions (Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium), 2015/08/08
04 14h15 Free State Cheetahs v Blue Bulls (Free State Rugby Stadium), 2015/08/08

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Super 15 Table after Round 14

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Cheetahs 24 – 45 Highlanders

Outstanding victory for the Highlanders, showing some great touches in the first half especially. The game was over as a contest at the short whistle, as the Highlanders picked up 4 tries within the first half hour. The Cheetahs came into it for a period in the second half, but it was never going to be enough.

Lions 20 – 30 Brumbies

A sloppy first-half performance from the Lions cost them in the end. The Brumbies ran in three first-half tries to lead 22-6 at the break. This time there was no fairytale comeback for the Lions.

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The Springbok squad is (in alphabetical order):

Willem Alberts (Cell C Sharks), Loose forward, 32 Test caps
Schalk Brits (Saracens, England), Hooker, 7
Schalk Burger (DHL Stormers / Suntory, Japan), Loose forward, 75
Marcell Coetzee (Cell C Sharks), Loose forward, 26
Damian De Allende (DHL Stormers), Centre, 3
Faf de Klerk (Emirates Lions / Steval Pumas), Scrumhalf, 0
Bismarck du Plessis (Cell C Sharks), Hooker, 70
Jannie du Plessis (Cell C Sharks), Prop, 62
Eben Etzebeth (DHL Stormers), Lock, 33
Elton Jantjies (Emirates Lions), Flyhalf, 2
Bryan Habana (Toulon, France), Wing, 106
Cornal Hendricks (Toyota Cheetahs), Wing, 11
Zane Kirchner (Leinster, Ireland), Wing / Fullback, 29
Steven Kitshoff (DHL Stormers), Prop, 0
Vincent Koch (DHL Stormers / Steval Pumas), Prop, 0
Siya Kolisi (DHL Stormers), Loose forward, 10
Jesse Kriel (Vodacom Bulls), Fullback, 0
Willie le Roux (Toyota Cheetahs), Fullback / Wing, 25
Francois Louw (Bath, England), Loose forward, 34
Frans Malherbe (DHL Stormers), Prop, 4
Victor Matfield (Vodacom Bulls), Lock, 121
Teboho “Oupa” Mohoje (Toyota Cheetahs), Loose forward, 7
Franco Mostert (Emirates Lions), Lock, 0
Tendai Mtawarira (Cell C Sharks), Prop, 64
Lwazi Mvovo (Cell C Sharks), Wing, 10
Scarra Ntubeni (DHL Stormers), Hooker, 0
Trevor Nyakane (Vodacom Bulls), Prop, 13
Rudy Paige (Vodacom Bulls), Scrumhalf, 0
Ruan Pienaar (Ulster, N Ireland), Scrumhalf, 80
JP Pietersen (Cell C Sharks), Centre / Wing, 59
Handré Pollard (Vodacom Bulls), Flyhalf, 9
Morné Steyn (Stade Francais, France), Flyhalf, 59
Adriaan Strauss (Vodacom Bulls), Hooker, 44
Heinke van der Merwe (Stade Francais, France), Prop, 4
Marcel van der Merwe (Vodacom Bulls), Prop, 4
Warren Whiteley (Emirates Lions), Loose forward, 2

Injured / Conditioning squad:

Heinrich Brüssow (Toyota Cheetahs / Docomo, Japan), Loose forward, 20
Lood de Jager (Toyota Cheetahs), Lock, 9
Jean de Villiers (DHL Stormers), Centre, 106
Fourie du Preez (Suntory, Japan), Scrumhalf, 70
Pieter-Steph du Toit (Cell C Sharks), Lock, 2
Jaque Fourie (Kobe, Japan), Centre, 72
Patrick Lambie (Cell C Sharks), Flyhalf / Fullback, 40
Lionel Mapoe (Emirates Lions), Centre, 0
Coenie Oosthuizen (Toyota Cheetahs), Prop, 21
Cobus Reinach (Cell C Sharks), Scrumhalf, 6
Jan Serfontein (Vodacom Bulls), Centre, 20
Frans Steyn (Cell C Sharks), Centre, 53
Duane Vermeulen (DHL Stormers), No 8, 29
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"Once we had all seen that we just thought f*ck it, we had faced our worst fears" - James Small, who had the task of marking Jonah Lomu in the 1995 World Cup Final, comments on Japie Mulder's inspiring tackle.

"If you actually go back and watch the game closely, Japie Mulder's probably the guy that won us that World Cup Final."
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