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Currie Cup | Newlands
11:00 (GMT) | 05-08-2017
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The ball sent into touch. FULL TIME
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They take it out the back and look to break but lose it forward. The referee calls play back for an earlier foul. Scrum to the hosts
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Scrum to the hosts
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Line-out to the Pumas inside the 10 of the hosts. They move the ball a few meters forward then lose it forward
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The ball is Pumas are tackled into touch just as they reach the 5 of the hosts. Line-out taken by WP and then cleared
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The hosts turnover and clear
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The ball is kicked into touch inside the 22 after the penalty
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Ntubeni is awarded a yellow card for obstruction
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Penalty to the Pumas and the ball is kicked into touch around their 10
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Scrum taken and they send it to the the sticks but the ball is lost in the ruck
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WP rush forward after the restart and Vermaak makes it over the line but is held up. The referee blows for a scrum to the hosts
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Marais sends it wide
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It's sent out wide to Carr who steps once and then jogs over the line. TRY
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The hosts move the ball around the 5 of the Pumas looking for space
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The referee sounds his whistle for a penalty and the ball is sent into touch
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The hosts again with the ball after the restart and they fight to get into the 10 of the away team
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WP moving forward with confidence as they force themselves into the Pumas 22. The ball kicked forward but goes into the dead ball zone
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Scrum to the hosts outside their 22
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The restart kick is taken down by the hosts then given away but lost forward by the Pumas
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Herne awarded a yellow card for his troubles
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The hosts make some ground with the maul but they're fouled and the referee says penalty try
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They win a penalty and kick into touch inside the 22
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The restart kick carried forward by the hosts to the half way
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Marais adds the extras
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The ball moved out from the maul to the opposite wing and Leyds gets it and turns on the pace to rush over the line and score a TRY
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Penalty to the hosts and Willemse kicks into touch. Line-out inside the 22
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WP with the ball after the restart and they build from their own half, making it to the half way now in their 8th phase
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The conversion sent wide.
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Mbonambi gets it outside the 5 and powers through with the help of his team to score the TRY
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WP take it inside the 22 with pace. They show good strength to edge closer to the 5
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The referee sounds his whistle after the scrum as the hosts win penalty from a ruck. Willemse kicks into touch at the opposite 22
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The Pumas being held at the WP 10. They knock it forward in the contest and the hosts have a scrum around their 22
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The ball goes into touch after the scrum and the away team have a throw
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The Pumas carry forward after the scrum but then lose it forward as they enter the WP half. Scrum to the hosts
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Scrum outside the Pumas 22 reset
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WP move the ball a few meters but lose it forward and the Pumas have a scrum now
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Scrum at the Pumas 10 reset
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Scrum to the hosts after the reset
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Marais adds the extras
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The Pumas on the attack after the kickoff and their half time team talks ignited a fire within them as Pretorius makes it over the line after a quick break and run down the line. TRY
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The second half is underway

Half Time

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Willemse sends it wide. HALF TIME
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Scrum to the hosts at the Pumas 22 after the restart. They win a penalty and kick into touch at the 5. They look for maul but the Pumas hold them. The ball moved along the try line and SP Marais looks to form a ruck at the line but instead reaches over to score the TRY
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Marais secures the extras
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Williams takes a quick throw in and catches the hosts off guard running all the way to score a TRY
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Scrum to the hosts
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The referee sounds his whistle as the ball is lost forward inside the Pumas' half
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The ball moving around the Pumas side of the half as it changes hands from both teams
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WP break along the wing after the restart kick is sent back. The ball is tackled into touch for a Pumas line-out at their 10
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Kobus Marais sends it wide
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They shove themselves over the line for a TRY. Greeff taking the credit
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Line-out taken and they look for the maul
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The away team are driven back but push towards the 5 again now in their 15th phase. Ebersohn takes the ball in space and dashes over the line to equalize the score. The referee refers to the TMO and disallows the try. Penalty to the Pumas and they kick into touch at the 5
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WP hold but the Pumas maintain possession
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The Pumas win a penalty and kick into touch around the 22 of the hosts. They take their throw and make it inside the 22
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The winger is tackled into touch and the Pumas have a line-out at the half way
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Scrum to the hosts around the mid field. They take it and move it to Senatla
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WP take their throw and make the 10
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The Pumas take the ball quickly after another scrum a few meters away from the initial scrum. They take it it the 22 of the hosts but lose it in touch
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Scrum reset
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Scrum to the visitors in their 22
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WP turnover at the wing and the but lose it forward inside the 22
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The Pumas move the ball to the opposite wing and look to build from their half in their 9th phase but they are held in their half
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Scrum reset
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Scrum to the Pumas around their 22
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Pumas make some ground but the hosts turnover and push back to the 10 of the visitors. The referee sounds his whistle around the 22
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Scrum to the Pumas outside their 22
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They take their throw and win a penalty. The ball is kicked but not into touch. WP move forward after the kick but the referee halts plays for and accidental offside
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The ball is moved to the opposite wing and tackled into touch. Line-out to the Pumas at their 22
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The Pumas hold after the line-out as the home team attempt to edge into the danger zone
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The ball kicked back and forth after the scrum and the Pumas win a scrum around the midfield. The hosts take the scrum and kick into touch around the away team 22
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Scrum to the Pumas
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The try-scorer gets it after the restart kick and runs it to the 10 of the away team but loses it forward
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Conversion kick is wide
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The ball moved out to the wing Senatla takes it all the way to open the scoring. TRY
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Scrum to the Pumas at their 5. They take their scrum and clear. Line-out to the hosts around the Pumas 22
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They SP Marais kicks forward and Senatla runs forward looking to pick it up but knocks it forward at the 5
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WP with it at the half way after they hold their lines and clear
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They move the ball along the 5 looking for space and win another penalty. Line-out at the 5 again
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The Pumas win a penalty and kick into touch at the WP 5
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Pumas with a line out inside their 22 and they look fora maul
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WP with it at the 22 after a clearance following the kickoff. They lose it outside the 5 and the Pumas clear
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The referee blows and the game is underway
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The players readying themselves to ;eave the locker rooms
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The Capetonians have won all three matches between the sides in the last three seasons, but the Mpumalanga side put up a decent fight in two of those outings, which they will draw comfort from.
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Western Province and the Pumas will both look to bounce back from defeats last week when they meet at Newlands, with the hosts hunting their first victory of the season after a bye in the opening round.
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Welcome to Newlands, where WP take on the Pumas
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Western Province
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Pumas
START LINE UP
  • 1 Alistair Vermaak
  • 2 Bongi Mbonambi
  • 3 Frans van Wyk
  • 4 Chris van Zyl
  • 5 JD Schickerling
  • 6 Stephan De Wit
  • 7 Kobus van Dyk
  • 8 Nizaam Carr
  • 9 Justin Phillips
  • 10 Damian Willemse
  • 11 Seabelo Senatla
  • 12 Dan Kriel
  • 13 EW Viljoen
  • 14 Dillyn Leyds
  • 15 Sarel Marais
RESERVES
  • 16 Siyabonga Ntubeni
  • 17 Jacobus Janse van Rensburg
  • 18 Michael Kumbirai
  • 19 Johan du Toit
  • 20 Jaco Coetzee
  • 21 Jano Vermaak
  • 22 Michael Hazner
START LINE UP
  • 1 De-Jay Terblanche
  • 2 Mark Pretorius
  • 3 Jacques Kotze
  • 4 Stephan Greeff
  • 5 Cameron Lindsay
  • 6 Brian Shabangu
  • 7 Stefan Willemse
  • 8 Willie Engelbrecht
  • 9 Reynier Van Rooyen
  • 10 Kobus Marais
  • 11 Ruwellyn Isbell
  • 12 Sias Ebersohn
  • 13 Gerrit Smith
  • 14 JP Lewis
  • 15 Devon Williams
RESERVES
  • 16 Frank Herne
  • 17 Louis Albertse
  • 18 Jannie Stander
  • 19 Chris Cloete
  • 20 Theo Maree
  • 21 Justin Van Staden
  • 22 Jerome Pretorius
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PREVIEW: Currie Cup, Round Three

Fri, 04 Aug 2017 05:38

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Four of the six teams taking to the field in the Currie Cup Premier Division will kick off a challenging stretch in the competition in which they will play three matches within eight days.

In an exciting weekend's action, the Sharks will meet Griquas at Kings Park on Friday, while Western Province take on the Pumas at Newlands and the Blue Bulls host the Golden Lions at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday. 

Log-leaders and defending champions, the Free State Cheetahs, have a bye.

Friday, August 4

Sharks v Griquas
(Kings Park, Durban - Kick-off: 19.00; 17.00)

In Durban, the Sharks will look to build on their first victory of the season when they meet the Griquas, but with two defeats in a row to their name, the Kimberley side will be equally determined to register a victory.
 
The KwaZulu-Natalians boast a good win record against Griquas in the last two seasons as they won three of the four matches between the sides. However, the visitors registered a narrow three-point victory at Kings Park in 2014, which will inspire them.
 
While the Sharks opted for continuity in selection with only two changes to their side which sees lock Tyler Paul replace the injured Hyron Andrews (shoulder) and flank Jacques Vermeulen take over from Jean-Luc du Preez, who has been rested, the Griquas made nine personnel changes to their starting team. 

A backline reshuffle will see George Whitehead start at fullback and Andre Swarts at flyhalf in a halfback combination with scrumhalf Rudi van Rooyen.

"I was happy with the effort from the team to bounce back after a frustrating first half against the Pumas and the fact that we managed to stop them from scoring was even more pleasing," said Sharks head coach  Robert du Preez on his side's 29-0 win over the Pumas last week.

"It is important to carry that momentum into this match and for the players to perform before we head on the road for two tough away matches.

"The Griquas are a good team and are always competitive. We know what we can expect on Friday."

After coming close to winning on two occasions now, Griquas head coach Peter Engledow has pinpointed a few areas where his side need to improve.

"We have done reasonably well with regards to our attack and scoring tries," Engledow told rugby365.

"I think we scored 11 tries. Unfortunately, we conceded 14 in the first two games. So. it's our defence and weak moments in defence and then also our kick chase - teams have counter-attacked against us pretty well and again they have broken our line there.

"There is a lot of good positive things happening, but we have to look at our defence and we have to make sure that we play in the right areas of the field and stop them from attacking us and scoring against us."

Recent results: 
2016: Sharks won 46-24, Durban
2015: Sharks won 45-20, Kimberley
2014: Griquas won 21-18, Durban

Prediction: The Sharks are at home again and they have a lot of continuity in terms of selection. The Sharks will win by 15 points.

Teams:

Sharks: 15 Garth April, 14 Kobus van Wyk, 13 Jeremy Ward, 12 Lukhanyo Am, 11 Sibusiso Nkosi, 10 Curwin Bosch, 9 Michael Claassens, 8 Daniel du Preez, 7 Jacques Vermeulen, 6 Keegan Daniel, 5 Ruan Botha (captain), 4 Tyler Paul, 3 Ross Geldenhuys, 2 Mahlatse Ralepelle, 1 Thomas du Toit.
Replacements: 16 Franco Marais, 17 Juan Schoeman, 18 John-Hubert Meyer, 19 Jean Droste, 20 Lubabalo Mtembu, 21 Cameron Wright, 22 Inny-Christian Radebe.

Griquas: 15 George Whitehead, 14 Ederies Arendse, 13 Tertius Kruger, 12 Jonathan Francke, 11 Adriaan Coertzen (captain), 10 Andre Swarts, 9 Rudi van Rooyen, 8 Jonathan Janse van Rensburg, 7 Shaun McDonald, 6 RJ Liebenberg, 5 Pieter Janse van Vuren, 4 Mzwanele Zito, 3 Ewald van der Westhuizen, 2 Abraham le Roux, 1 Devon Martinus.
Replacements: 16 Wilmar Arnoldi, 17 Nicolaas Oosthuizen, 18 Wandile Putuma, 19 DeWet Kruger, 20 Sias Koen, 21 Renier Botha, 22 Eric Zana.

Referee: Rasta Rasivhenge
Assistant referees: Vusi Msibi, Blake Beattie
TMO: Willie Vos

Saturday, August 5:

Western Province v Pumas
(Newlands, Cape Town - Kick-off: 13.00; 11.00 GMT)

Western Province and the Pumas will both look to bounce back from defeats last week when they meet at Newlands, with the hosts hunting their first victory of the season after a bye in the opening round.
 
The Capetonians have won all three matches between the sides in the last three seasons, but the Mpumalanga side put up a decent fight in two of those outings, which they will draw comfort from. They will, however, have to step up their attack after finishing their match against the Sharks last week scoreless.
 
Stormers flyhalf Damian Willemse will make his Currie Cup debut alongside a number of his Super Rugby teammates, including centre EW Viljoen, No.8 Nizaam Carr, hooker Bongi Mbonambi and replacement prop Jacobus Janse van Rensburg in a team that shows seven staff changes. 

Replacement lock Michael Kumbirai also stands to make his debut if he runs onto the field.
 
Experienced Pumas flanker Brian Shabangu, meanwhile, has been handed the captaincy in a new-look team, which features several players who will make their debut for the Mpumalanga side. They are lock Cameron Lindsay and flank Stefan Willemse, who are new recruits from the EP Kings, No.8 Willie Engelbrecht and flyhalf Kobus Marais. 

Replacement scrumhalf Theo Maree and flank Chris Cloete will also make their debuts if they take to the field.
 
The match will also be significant for prop De-Jay Terblanche, as it will mark his 165th game for the Pumas, making him the Union's second most capped player.

"It is a very important game," said Western Province assistant coach Dawie Snyman. "You can't afford to slip in this competition.

"Obviously after the weekend we need to get going as a team and we need to perform. We will use this as an opportunity to get our game going and get everything right that we thought wasn't good over the weekend against the Free State. 

"I wouldn't say the Pumas is a small Union in terms of what they bring. They will be very physical. They are well-coached and they can put you under pressure if you are not 100 percent on your game and they have had time to prepare."

Recent results:
2016: Western Province won 31-23, Cape Town
2015: Western Province won 50-19, Cape Town
2014: Western Province won 37-23, Nelspruit

Prediction: Western Province look a lot stronger on paper, but it will still be a hard game. Province will win by 14 points. 

Teams: 

Western Province: 15 Sarel Marais, 14 Dillyn Leyds, 13 EW Viljoen, 12 Dan Kriel, 11 Seabelo Senatla, 10 Damian Willemse, 9 Justin Phillips, 8 Nizaam Carr, 7 Kobus van Dyk, 6 Stephan de Wit, 5 John Shickerling, 4 Chris van Zyl (captain), 3 Frans van Wyk, 2 Mbongeni Mbonambi, 1 Alistair Vermaak.
Replacements: 16 Siyabonga Ntubeni, 17 Jacobus Janse van Rensburg, 18 Michael Kumbirai, 19 Johan du Toit, 20 Jaco Coetzee, 21 Jano Vermaak, 22 Michal Hazner.

Pumas: 15 Devon Williams, 14 Jean-Paul Lewis, 13 Gerrit Smith, 12 Sias Ebersohn, 11 Ruwellyn Isbell, 10 Kobus Marais, 9 Reynier van Rooyen, 8 Willie Engelbrecht, 7 Stefan Willemse, 6 Brian Shabangu (captain), 5 Cameron Lindsay, 4 Stephan Greeff, 3 Jacques Kotze, 2 Mark Pretorius, 1 De-Jay Terblanche.
Replacements: 16 Frank Herne, 17 Louis Albertse, 18 Jannie Stander, 19 Chris Cloete, 20 Theo Maree, 21 Justin van Staden, 22 Jerome Pretorius.

Referee: Stuart Berry 
Assistant referees: Divan Uys, Kwezi Mqomboti
TMO: Joey Klaaste-Salmans

Blue Bulls v Golden Lions
(Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria - Kick-off: 19.00; 17.00 GMT)

In Pretoria, the Gauteng derby between the Blue Bulls and Golden Lions is expected to be exciting given the balanced results between the sides in the last few seasons. 

Each of the teams have won two of their last four encounters, with both the Blue Bulls' victories being at home.
 
The hosts come off a bye last week after a victory in the opening round, while the Golden Lions recovered from their first-round defeat to beat Griquas last week, meaning both sides will enter the match with confidence.
 
Blue Bulls wing Kefenste Mahlo and replacement hooker Johan Grobbelaar and prop Matthys Bason will make their debuts, along with flyhalf Tony Jantjies, who has played Super Rugby. 

In total coach Nollis Marais made five personnel changes to his starting team, two of which were injury enforced as Jaco Visagie and Conrad van Vuuren are injured.
 
The Golden Lions also made six changes to their team, which sees hooker Michael Willemse, prop Andrew Beerwinkel, flanker Fabian Booysen and centre Nicolaas Hannekom being promoted from the bench to the starting team.

Bulls coach Marais admitted that they want to cash in on the momentum gained in Kimberley.

"We played well against a very competent opponent and at a tough venue to win. That was pleasing, to say the least. One of the things we are looking for in this campaign is consistency and improvement in our play. So, if we can keep the good things we showed in Kimberley and improve on the weaker areas, we will be on the right track," Marais said.

Bulls captain Johannes Prinsloo added: "We are facing a very able opponent. Forget the fact that they are without a number of star players, they will come here to beat us and are good enough to do that if we don't pitch.
 
"We did prepare well though, and there is something special developing in this squad. We are getting amazing input from the coaching staff as well, so I cannot wait for us to go out there and test our new approach."

Recent results:
2016: Blue Bulls won 31-17, Pretoria
2015: Golden Lions won 36-28, Pretoria
2014: Blue Bulls won 36-26, Pretoria

Prediction: The Blue Bulls are a more experienced and settled side and they should win by 10 points or less.

Teams:

Blue Bulls: 15 Warrick Gelant, 14 Travis Ismaiel, 13 Franco Naude, 12 Burger Odendaal, 11 Kefentse Mahlo, 10 Tony Jantjies, 9 Piet van Zyl, 8 Nic de Jager, 7 Jannes Kirsten, 6 Johannes Prinsloo (captain), 5 Ruben van Heerden, 4 Irne Herbst, 3 John-Roy Jenkinson, 2 Jan-Henning Campher, 1 Pierre Schoeman. 
Replacements: 16 Johan Grobbelaar, 17 Matthys Basson, 18 Abongile Nonkontwana, 19 Shaun Adendorff, 20 Andre Warner, 21 Tinus de Beer, 22 JT Jackson.

Golden Lions: 15 Ashlon Davids, 14 Madosha Tambwe, 13 Nicolaas Hanekom, 12 Jarryd Sage, 11 Aphiwe Dyantyi, 10 Shaun Reynolds, 9 Marco Janse van Vuren, 8 Ryan Kankowski, 7 Fabian Booysen, 6 James Venter, 5 Marvin Orie, 4 Rhyno Herbst, 3 Andrew Beerwinkel, 2 Michael Willemse, 1 Sithembiso Sithole. 
Replacements: 16 Pieter Jansen, 17 Nico du Plessis, 18 Bobby de Wee, 19 Hacjivah Dayimani, 20 Jano Venter, 21 Morne van den Berg, 22 Jan-Louis la Grange.

Referee: Egon Seconds
Assistant referees: Jaco, Kotze, Christopher Allison
TMO: Johan Greeff

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Province splutter past Pumas

Sat, 05 Aug 2017 12:00

CURRIE CUP MATCH REPORT: Western Province overcame a shocking first-half performance to beat the Pumas 34-19 at Newlands on Saturday.

In what must rate as one of the worst performances of the year by the hosts, the Pumas took a 12-10 lead into the break.

That became 19-10 two minutes after the second-half restart - a margin that lasted almost 10 minutes before WP finally shifted into second gear.

Four tries and two yellow cards (one to echo team) later and Province secured the bonus-point win.

However, it was not the kind of performance that will inspire confidence in the sparsely populated Newlands faithful.

The handling errors by WP in the first half went well into the double figures and then there was the poor decision-making.

It was the first victory of the Currie Cup campaign for coach John Dobson's team in what was their first home game of the season.

Province took the game to the opposition in the opening stages and they were rewarded when Seabelo Senatla went over in the corner for the opening try.

The visitors absorbed a lot of pressure on defence and would level things up at 5-5 when lock Stephan Greeff got over for a try from a driving maul.

The Pumas then took a 12-5 lead when fullback Devon Williams reacted to a quick throw-in and raced away for their second try.

Western Province hit back with a try from fullback Sarel Marais just before half-time, to reduce the Pumas' lead to 12-10 at the break.

The Pumas were first to strike in the second half as replacement Jerome Pretorius burst over for a try to take their lead out to 19-10.

Western Province responded with a third try as hooker Bongi Mbonambi barged his way over from close range to reduce the deficit to 19-15.

The home side were back in front soon afterwards as the ball was sent wide to Dillyn Leyds who scored in the corner, with Sarel Marais adding the touchline conversion.

With the momentum firmly in their favour, Western Province extended their lead through a penalty try which was awarded following a powerful maul.

There was time for one final try from Nizaam Carr which sealed the victory for Western Province.

Man of the match: For Western Province back Devon Williams looked to spark his team into action, while second half replacement Chris Cloete also made a big impact for the Pumas. Seabelo Senatla was not perfect, but at least looked for work. Damian Willemse looked threatening with ball in hand, but his goal-kicking still leaves a lot to be desired. Captain Chris van Zyl also worked hard, However, our award goes to Western Province's replacement scrumhalf Jano Vermaak, who was the spark that got the home team over the line.

The scorers:

For Western Province:
Tries:
 Senatla, S Marais, Mbonambi, Leyds, Penalty try, Carr
Cons: S Marais, Penalty try does not require a conversion

For the Pumas:
Tries:
 Greeff, Williams, Pretorius
Cons: K Marais 2

Yellow cards: Frank Herne (Pumas, 62 - cynical foul, collapsing the maul), Siyabonga Ntubeni (Western Province, 75 - foul play, tripping opponent)

Teams:

Western Province: 15 Sarel Marais, 14 Dillyn Leyds, 13 EW Viljoen, 12 Dan Kriel, 11 Seabelo Senatla, 10 Damian Willemse, 9 Justin Phillips, 8 Nizaam Carr, 7 Kobus van Dyk, 6 Stephan de Wit, 5 John Shickerling, 4 Chris van Zyl (captain), 3 Frans van Wyk, 2 Mbongeni Mbonambi, 1 Alistair Vermaak.
Replacements: 16 Siyabonga Ntubeni, 17 Jacobus Janse van Rensburg, 18 Michael Kumbirai, 19 Johan du Toit, 20 Jaco Coetzee, 21 Jano Vermaak, 22 Michal Hazner.

Pumas: 15 Devon Williams, 14 Jean-Paul Lewis, 13 Gerrit Smith, 12 Sias Ebersohn, 11 Ruwellyn Isbell, 10 Kobus Marais, 9 Reynier van Rooyen, 8 Willie Engelbrecht, 7 Stefan Willemse, 6 Brian Shabangu (captain), 5 Cameron Lindsay, 4 Stephan Greeff, 3 Jacques Kotze, 2 Mark Pretorius, 1 De-Jay Terblanche.
Replacements: 16 Frank Herne, 17 Louis Albertse, 18 Jannie Stander, 19 Chris Cloete, 20 Theo Maree, 21 Justin van Staden, 22 Jerome Pretorius.

Referee: Stuart Berry
Assistant referees: Divan Uys, Kwezi Mqomboti
TMO: Joey Klaaste-Salmans

Seabelo Senatla (8min), Sarel Marais (40min), Bongi Mbonambi (53min), Dillyn Leyds (57min), and Nizaam Carr (69min)
TRIES
Stephan Greeff (32min), Devon Williams (38min), and Jerome Pretorius (42min)
Sarel Marais (58min)
CONVERSIONS
Kobus Marais (39min) and Kobus Marais (43min)
 
PENALTIES
61min
PENALTY TRIES
 
DROP GOALS
Siyabonga Ntubeni (74min)
Frank Herne (62min)
 
 
VENUE Newlands
REFEREE Stuart Berry (South Africa)