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Currie Cup | Kimberley
11:00 (GMT) | 09-08-2017
  • 80
NO TRY and that is a famous Victory for the men from Kimberly!!
  • 79
WP on the attack to get within 7 points and Basson cruises in for the TRY! Referee wants it referred.
  • 79
Scrum reset called.
  • 79
WP sets the maul and they are over the line, but the ball is held up! Scrum to WP!
  • 78
Samuels makes a good break and his pass is intercepted and then a Griquas player is tackled into touch. One last chance for WP to get within 7
  • 77
Free kick to WP and they tap and go looking to pull this game out the fire!!
  • 75
Penalty to WP and Willemse kicks it over the dead ball line!
  • 74
Scrum to WP after a breakout by Arendse as his pass couldn't go to hand!
  • 72
Whitehead's strike is good!
  • 72
A penalty for no release and now Whitehead can take it beyond 7 points!
  • 71
Knock on by Viljoen and it is a scrum to Griquas as Marais makes his way back on the field.
  • 70
Whitehead finds touch on the WP 22.
  • 69
Griquas win the penalty!
  • 69
Willemse overcooks the restart and Griquas have a scrum on halfway
  • 68
Whitehead look to extend his side's lead to 7 and it is over!
  • 67
Scrum to Griquas inside the WP half and they set the attack and win the penalty as Wimmense failed to roll away!
  • 65
A crucial mistake from Willemse as he kicked ahead and the ball goes over the dead ball line!!
  • 64
Griquas attacking from deep again before Swarts clears, but finds Basson as WP look to strike back!!
  • 62
Conversion is good!!
  • 62
Griquas start an attack from behind their own tryline and they expose the extra man advantage as they attack from deep and Wehr goes over for the TRY!!
  • 60
Swarts converts!!
  • 59
TRY to Dorfling awarded!!
  • 59
Another penalty to Griquas for offside as Dorfling takes it quickly and goes over and will be checked, but Marais have a yellow card.
  • 59
Great breakout by Kruger and they are in the WP 22 and WP conceded a penalty for a high tackle
  • 57
Willemse adds the extras!!
  • 57
A Rip at the ruck and Marais spots the gap and goes straight through and gives a dummy and goes over for the TRY!!
  • 55
WP win the lineout against the throw, but conceded the penalty for holding on!
  • 54
Hazner makes a great break and pass to Duvenhage who lost his footing and a high tackle from Marais on Francke after they lost it gifts Griquas a lifeline!!
  • 52
Coleman look to add the extras to his own try and it's away to the left.
  • 51
Free kick to WP as they take it quickly and Coleman sell a lovely dummy and goes over for the bonus point TRY!!
  • 50
Griquas win the scrum and then a forward pass gifts WP possession back just inside their half.
  • 48
Knock on by de Wit and a scrum to Griquas in their half.
  • 47
Griquas keep ball in hand in their 22 and Arrendse makes a good break and is tackled just short as Senatla saves the day with the race and Viljoen breaks away and the Cross kick just went too far, but what an exciting piece of play!!
  • 45
Swarts converts!!
  • 45
Griquas look to run from everywhere and great work from Francke as he finds Botha on the inside who goes over for the TRY!!
  • 42
Coleman Converts!!
  • 42
Tap down from van Zyl as WP get the ball back and they look to attack inside the Griquas half as Coleman and Hazner gave 2 short passes and finds Senatla who Flies down the middle to score early in the second half!!
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Coleman starts the second half as WP have the wind at their backs and Griquas look to attack from deep inside their half, but the WP defence keeps them pinned before they eventually clear to outside their 22.

Half Time

  • 40
Great build up by Wp and a lovely long pass from Coleman to Basson sees the fly go in for his 55th Currie Cup TRY!!
  • 39
WP with a final onslaught before half time and they work their way up in the Griquas half!
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Griquas have a lineout just outside the WP 22 and WP steal it back and they win a penalty as Koen high tackled a WP player. Marais finds touch in the Griquas half.
  • 36
Coleman adds the extras!
  • 35
WP opts for the scrum again and they get the shove on again and Carr picks up and scores the TRY!!
  • 33
Duvenhage feeds and they get the penalty after a power scrum!
  • 33
Pick and drive employed by WP and the Griquas defence holds well as the ball fails to emerge and WP will have a 5m scrum.
  • 32
Penalty to WP for no clear release and Coleman finds touch in the Griquas 22. They set the maul and is called to use it as they go loose and are 5ms from the Griquas line!!
  • 30
Viljoen kicks deep and it bounces just too far and it's a 22m drop out to the home side.
  • 29
Lineout stolen by WP and they work their way up to halfway and they lose some momentum, yet keeps possession.
  • 28
Coleman kicks it straight out on the full and Griquas have a good attacking lineout!
  • 27
Scrum to WP in the Griquas half off the restart. They set their attack yet again and they kick ahead and Griquas pins WP back into their 22!
  • 25
Conversion is good!!
  • 23
Griquas steadily sets up their attack as they go through the hands and makes metres and finds the big man Arendse who goes over for the TRY!!
  • 22
WP look to counter from deep, but Basson's foot just touched the touchline!
  • 21
Great restart by Swarts as the ball went one bounce into touch 5ms from the WP line and they manage to win it back and Coleman clears outside his 22 under huge pressure!
  • 20
Coleman chips it over and WP have their first points on the board.
  • 19
Power WP scrum and Viljoen bursts away and sets it up as they are under advantage and they come back for the penalty!
  • 18
Scrum to WP off the restart for accidental offside.
  • 17
Coversion is good!
  • 16
Better Griquas scrum and they are on the attack 5ms short from the WP line as they are under advantage for offside and WP conceded 3 advantages in this sequence, but it is not needed as Hendricks barge over the line and scores the TRY!!
  • 14
Griquas opt for the scrum and WP get away with the ball, but Griquas holds the ball up and force the maul and get the ball back. Scrum Griquas
  • 12
Carr concedes a penalty and they take it quickly and conceded again for slowing it down and Duvenage gets 10 in the bin!
  • 11
Griquas on the attack in the WP half and they are testing their defence at the moment as they are finding those half gaps!
  • 10
WP sets the maul and then breaks loose as they look to get it wide but obstruction stops all the momentum!
  • 9
Power shove from WP and they win the penalty!! Coleman go for the corner again!
  • 9
Van Dyk takes and the maul is not set, but again WP knocks it on at a crucial time!
  • 8
Penalty to WP for obstruction and they opt for the corner again. Coleman finds touch in the Griquas 22.
  • 6
Penalty just inside the Griquas 22 as Griquas failed to roll away Coleman finds touch on the Griquas 22.
  • 5
Botha feeds and WP get a shove on, but the home side get the ball back and they look to run from deep and breach the WP defence
  • 4
Scrum goes down and reset is called
  • 3
Province win the ball back off the restart and are straight onto the attack in the Griquas half, but then knocks it on and Griquas have a defensive scrum!
  • 2
Swarts lines up for the first points of this match and it is over!
  • 1
Lineout to Griquas just inside the 10mline of WP and they set an early maul before breaking loose, but they have a penalty for sacking the maul.
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Referee Lourens van der Merwe blows his whistle as Andre Swarts get us under way!!
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Griquas are always a force at home, but Western Province is a much stronger side on paper. Province will win by 10 points or less.
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Players to watch: For Griquas: Ederies Arendse have blistering pace and some great footwork, the Western Province defence have been caught out wide and should he be given space he could be a throne in the flesh of province today For Western Province: It will be the battle of the wingers as Blitzboks star Seabelo Senatla have shown last week how deadly he can be with little space and lots of space, he will be a marked man today by this Griquas side
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The visitors who had a bye in the first week of the competition and a loss in their second week to the defending champions Cheetahs will look to get valuable points away from home to catch up to the other teams above them, they consist of good depth to get it right to play 3 games in a matter of a week
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The Home side come off a heavy defeat to the Sharks this past weekend and will be tested as they and their opponents of the day have a short turnaround time between games.
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Welcome to the live coverage of the Currie Cup clash between the Tafel Lager Griquas and DHL Western Province live from GWK Park in Kimberley!
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Western Province
  • 1 Liam Hendricks
  • 2 Marius Fourie
  • 3 Nicolaas Oosthuizen
  • 4 Mzwanele Zito
  • 5 Pieter Jansen van Vuuren
  • 6 Wendal Wehr
  • 7 Sias Koen
  • 8 Jonathan Barry Janse van Rensburg
  • 9 Renier Botha
  • 10 Andre Swarts
  • 11 Enver Brandt
  • 12 Jonathan Francke
  • 13 Tertius Kruger
  • 14 Ederies Arendse
  • 15 Adriaan Coertzen
  • 16 Wilmar Arnoldi
  • 17 Stephan Kotze
  • 18 Jonathan Adendorf
  • 19 De Wet Kruger
  • 20 Tiaan Dorfling
  • 21 George Whitehead
  • 22 Eric Zana
  • 1 Jacobus Janse van Rensburg
  • 2 Ramone Samuels
  • 3 Wilco Louw
  • 4 Chris van Zyl
  • 5 JD Schickerling
  • 6 Stephan De Wit
  • 7 Kobus van Dyk
  • 8 Nizaam Carr
  • 9 Dewaldt Duvenage
  • 10 Kurt Coleman
  • 11 Bjorn Basson
  • 13 EW Viljoen
  • 14 Seabelo Senatla
  • 15 Sarel Marais
  • 12 Michael Hazner
  • 16 Siyabonga Ntubeni
  • 17 Michael Kumbirai
  • 18 Jurie van Vuuren
  • 19 Jaco Coetzee
  • 20 Jano Vermaak
  • 21 Huw Jones
  • 22 Damian Willemse
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PREVIEW: Currie Cup, Round Four

Tue, 08 Aug 2017 10:43

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Round Four of the 2017 Currie Cup sees three intriguing matches being played on Wednesday.

Griquas take on Western Province in Kimberley in the day's first match before the action heads to Nelspruit where the Pumas host the Free State Cheetahs.

The day's final match sees the Blue Bulls host the Sharks in Pretoria.

The Golden Lions have a bye.

We take a look at all the Round Four action:

Wednesday, August 9:

Griquas v Western Province
(Kimberley Stadium, Kimberley - Kick-off: 13.00; 11.00 GMT)

In Kimberley, Griquas will be hunting their first victory of the season, while Western Province will look to build on their first win last weekend. 

History favours the Capetonians, who have won all seven matches between the sides dating back to the 2012 season. The hosts, however, have surprised many teams at home in the past, which could boost their confidence.
The match will be particularly significant for Western Province hooker Siyabonga Ntubeni, who will earn his 50th cap off the bench. Both team's coaches made several changes to their sides to manage their players' load after playing on Saturday, with new front rows among the changes.

"I think we need to ensure that we get some victories at home," Griquas head coach Peter Engledow told rugby365,

"To be honest in the four years that I have now been at Griquas, it is the one team that we have not managed to beat, so their coaching staff and players have done very well against us. 

"Western Province are always difficult. We had opportunities here in the past, but we haven't taken those and I hope we can do something special tomorrow on Women's day.

"This is Currie Cup now and we've learnt very quickly that it's a different competition and more importantly we have to stand up physically, that's the most important challenge and back ourselves to play against the bigger unions."

Western Province head coach John Dobson says Griquas are always fired up when they play his team.

"The thing with Griquas for some reason they keep a little pool of motivation for when they play Western Province," said Dobson.

"A lot of their guys come from here [Cape Town], who probably haven't got into our system and would like to be playing here, so I think desperation is a very powerful motivational tool.

"Every team that goes to Kimberley knows how tough it is, but I think we got some reasonable experience of winning there over the last few years. I don't think WP, at either Vodacom Cup or Currie Cup level, has stumbled there for a little while."

Recent results:
2016: Western Province won 52-31, Kimberley
2015: Western Province won 33-15, Cape Town
2015: Western Province won 43-19, Kimberley
2014: Western Province won 36-12, Cape Town

Prediction: Griquas are always a force at home, but Western Province is a much stronger side on paper. Province will win by 10 points or less.


Griquas: 15 Adriaan Coertzen (captain), 14 Ederies Arendse, 13 Tertius Kruger, 12 Jonathan Francke, 11 Enver Brandt, 10 Andre Swarts, 9 Renier Botha, 8 Jonathan Janse van Rensburg, 7 Sias Koen, 6 Wendal Wehr, 5 Pieter Janse van Vuren, 4 Mzwanele Zito, 3 Nicolaas Oosthuizen, 2 Marius Fourie, 1 Liam Hendricks. 
Replacements: 16 Wilmar Arnoldi, 17 Stephan Kotzé, 18 Jonathan Adendorf, 19 DeWet Kruger, 20 Tiaan Dorfling, 21 George Whitehead, 22 Eric Zana.

Western Province: 15 Sarel Marais, 14 Seabelo Senatla, 13 EW Viljoen, 12 Michal Hazner, 11 Bjorn Basson, 10 Kurt Coleman, 9 Dewaldt Duvenage, 8 Nizaam Carr, 7 Kobus van Dyk, 6 Steph de Wit, 5 John Schickerling, 4 Chris van Zyl (captain), 3 Wilco Louw, 2 Ramone Samuels, 1 Jacobus Janse van Rensburg.
Replacements: 16 Siyabonga Ntubeni, 17 Michael Kumbirai, 18 Jurie van Vuuren, 19 Jaco Coetzee, 20 Jano Vermaak, 21 Huw Jones, 22 Damian Willemse.

Referee: Rasta Rasivhenge  
Assistant referees: Mpho Matsaung, Nico Schmahl
TMO: JJ Wagner

Pumas v Free State Cheetahs
(Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit - Kick-off: 15.15; 13.15 GMT)

The Pumas will brace themselves for a tough battle against the unbeaten Free State Cheetahs in Nelspruit, but their impressive track record against the defending champions and the fact that the visitors come off a bye will inspire them. 

In their last four encounters, the Bloemfontein side have won only one match and drew one.
The Pumas and Free State Cheetahs have made a number of changes to their starting line-ups, with the hosts fielding a new front row and halfback pairing among the changes

Jasper Wiese will debut for the Free Staters at No.8, and Niell Jordaan will lead the team in the absence of Francois Venter who is in the Springbok squad. 

The Cheetahs are returning to action from a bye in Round Three.

Recent results:
2016: Free State Cheetahs won 52-10, Nelspruit
2015: 37-all draw, Nelspruit
2014: Pumas won 31-17, Bloemfontein
2014: Pumas won 28-21, Nelspruit

Prediction: The Cheetahs are deadly out wide and they will look to run the Pumas ragged in Nelspruit. The Cheetahs will win by 12 points or more.


Pumas: 15 Devon Williams, 14 Jerome Pretorius, 13 Gerrit Smith, 12 Hennie Skorbinski, 11 Ruwellyn Isbell, 10 Justin van Staden, 9 Stefan Ungerer, 8 Lambert Groenewald, 7 Thembelani Bholi, 6 Francois Kleinhans, 5 Hugo Kloppers, 4 Jeremy Jordaan, 3 Pieter Scholtz, 2 Marko Janse van Rensburg, 1 Kwezi Mona.
Replacements: 16 Frank Herne, 17 De-Jay Terblanche, 18 Cameron Lindsay, 19 Chris Cloete, 20 Reynier van Rooyen, 21 Kobus Marais, 22 Neil Maritz.

Free State Cheetahs: 15 Clayton Blommetjies, 14 Rosco Specman, 13 William Small-Smith, 12 Ryno Benjamin, 11 Makazole Mapimpi, 10 Niel Marais, 9 Shaun Venter, 8 Jasper Wiese, 7 Henco Venter, 6 Niell Jordaan (captain), 5 Reniel Hugo, 4 Justin Basson, 3 Aranos Coetzee, 2 Jacques du Toit, 1 Retshegofaditswe Nche.
Replacements: 16 Erich de Jager, 17 Joseph Dweba, 18 Rynier Bernardo, 19 Junior Pokomela, 20 Mthokozisi Mkhabela, 21 Jacobus Jonker, 22 Malcolm Jaer.

Referee: Egon Seconds
Assistant referees: Ricus van der Hoven, Alex Jonker
TMO: Johan Greeff

Blue Bulls v Sharks
(Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria - Kick-off: 17.30; 15.30)

The match-up between the Blue Bulls and Sharks in Pretoria will be exciting as the both sides will enter the match high on confidence. 

The hosts come off two 50-point hauls and remain unbeaten, while the Sharks bounced back strongly from their Round-One defeat with back-to-back victories. 

Interestingly, the KwaZulu-Natalians have won four of the last five matches between the sides since 2013.
Junior Springbok utility back Manie Libbok will make his Blue Bulls debut, while former Springbok wing Jamba Ulengo returns from injury in the notable changes to coach Nollis Marais' team.
Sharks coach Robert du Preez has named Franco Marais, Lubabalo Mtembu and Inny-Christian Radebe as replacements for Mahlatse Ralepelle, Daniel du Preez, and Curwin Bosch, who are in the Springbok squad.

"We have a short turn-around time, having played on Saturday, but we knew about this from a while back. So, we planned our training accordingly," said Blue Bulls coach Marais.

"The two wins in two starts was good, but in this tough competition, results from one week will not guarantee anything in the next match, it is just too competitive. Facing the Sharks will be a massive challenge for us and we need to respond accordingly."

Captain Boom Prinsloo agrees. 

"We have seen how clinical the Sharks can be," said Prinsloo. "They have played some great rugby already and comes here with a good deal of momentum. We need to break that rhythm and make sure we dictate the pace, intensity and field position. We are still a work in progress, but it can be done."

Sharks captain Keegan Daniel has noticed a few changes to the Blue Bulls game.

"I think they're [Bulls] trying to change the way they play a bit, they’re trying to be a bit more dynamic and I think playing a different brand of rugby will be down to John Mitchell's influence," said Daniel in an interview on the Sharks website.

"Our test will be on defence because we haven't really been tested for long periods of time during a game. There have been moments but there hasn’t been continuous pressure."

Recent results:
2016: Sharks won 26-19, Durban
2015: Blue Bulls won 17-13, Durban
2014: Sharks won 26-15, Pretoria
2013: Sharks won 18-16, Pretoria

Prediction: It is the match of the round and it should be an exciting encounter. We think the Sharks will sneak it by seven points. 


Blue Bulls: 15 Manie Libbok, 14 Travis Ismaiel, 13 Franco Naude, 12 Burger Odendaal, 11 Jamba Ulengo, 10 Tony Jantjies, 9 Andre Warner, 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 Jaco Visagie, 17 Matthys Basson, 18 Abongile Nonkontwana, 19 Shaun Adendorf, 20 Ivan van Zyl, 21 Dries Swanepoel, 22 JT Jackson

Sharks: 15 Garth April, 14 Jacobus van Wyk, 13 Jeremy Ward, 12 Lukhanyo Am, 11 Sibusiso Nkosi, 10 Inny-Christian Radebe, 9 Michael Claassens, 8 Lubabalo Mtembu, 7 Jacques Vermeulen, 6 Keegan Daniel, 5 Ruan Botha (Captain), 4 Tyler Paul, 3 Ross Geldenhuys, 2 Franco Marais, 1 Thomas du Toit.                 
Replacements - from: Armand van der Merwe, Benhard Janse van Rensburg, Cameron Wright, Jean Droste, John-Hubert Meyer, Juan Schoeman, Louis Schreuder, Marius Louw, Mzamo Majola, Odwa Ndungane, Wian Vosloo.

Referee: Quinton Immelman
Assistant referees: Stephan Geldenhuys, Morné Ferreira
TMO: Lesego Legoete

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Griquas upstage undisciplined WP

Wed, 09 Aug 2017 09:27

CURRIE CUP MATCH REPORT: Griquas recorded their first win of the season when they beat Western Province 44-34 in Kimberley on Wednesday.

The result left egg on the face of WP coach John Dobson, who before kick-off suggested it is a 'fallacy' that it is difficult to beat Griquas in Kimberley.

The teams scored five tries a piece, but a string of unforced penalties and a lack of discipline - which resulted in two yellow cards at crucial stage - cost the visitors dearly.

It was a first half of two halves - as first the hosts raced out to a 17-3 advantage, before Western Province clawed their way back to reduce the deficit to 15-17 at half-time.

With the wind at their backs, Griquas opened the scoring with an early penalty and they followed that up with a try from prop Liam Hendricks after Western Province scrumhalf Dewaldt Duvenage was shown a yellow card.

The visitors got on the scoreboard with a penalty from flyhalf Kurt Coleman, but the home side hit back with another try as right wing Ederies Arendse burst through to score.

Western Province found themselves up against it, but kept their composure admirably and it was not long before they had their first try as No.8 Nizaam Carr crashed over from a powerful scrum.

They showed impressive commitment to take the game to the Griquas well after the hooter had sounded for half-time and they were rewarded as Bjorn Basson went over in the corner to make it a two-point lead for the hosts at the break.

The visitors took the lead for the first time in the match at the start of the second half as Seabelo Senatla ran a great line to claim a pop pass from Carr and score under the poles.

However, Griquas were back in front before long as scrumhalf Renier Botha finished off their third try to make it 24-22.

The see-saw nature of the match continued as Western Province took the lead back with the bonus-point try from Coleman who threw a huge dummy to ghost through the defence.

Western Province had the momentum and they took advantage as the ball was worked out to fullback Sarel Marais who straightened and accelerated away to score.

However, Marais was not on the field for much longer as he was shown a yellow card for a dangerous tackle and Griquas took advantage by scoring their bonus-point try through Tiaan Dorfling.

The home side were back in front as flank Wendal Wehr ran in a long range try, to give them a 38-34 advantage with just over 15 minutes left to play.

Two penalties from George Whitehead sealed the win for the home side.

Man of the match: You can look at the attacking ability of Ederies Arendse, or the defence of Jonathan Franck. Then there was the enormous workrate of replacement Jonathan Adendorf. However, our award goes to Griquas flyhalf Andre Swarts - who produced a masterclass in flyhalf play.

The scorers:

For Griquas:
 Hendricks, Arendse, Botha, Dorfling, Wehr
Cons: Swarts 5
Pens: Swarts, Whitehead 2

For Western Province:
 Carr, Basson, Senatla, Coleman, Marais
Cons: Coleman 2, Willemse
Pen: Coleman

Yellow cards: Dewaldt Duvenage (Western Province, 3 - cynical; foul, killing the ball at the tackle), Sarel Marais (Western Province, 60 - foul play, high tackle)


Griquas: 15 Adriaan Coertzen (captain), 14 Ederies Arendse, 13 Tertius Kruger, 12 Jonathan Francke, 11 Enver Brandt, 10 Andre Swarts, 9 Renier Botha, 8 Jonathan Janse van Rensburg, 7 Sias Koen, 6 Wendal Wehr, 5 Pieter Janse van Vuren, 4 Mzwanele Zito, 3 Nicolaas Oosthuizen, 2 Marius Fourie, 1 Liam Hendricks.
Replacements: 16 Wilmar Arnoldi, 17 Stephan Kotzé, 18 Jonathan Adendorf, 19 DeWet Kruger, 20 Tiaan Dorfling, 21 George Whitehead, 22 Eric Zana.

Western Province: 15 Sarel Marais, 14 Seabelo Senatla, 13 EW Viljoen, 12 Michal Hazner, 11 Bjorn Basson, 10 Kurt Coleman, 9 Dewaldt Duvenage, 8 Nizaam Carr, 7 Kobus van Dyk, 6 Steph de Wit, 5 John Schickerling, 4 Chris van Zyl (captain), 3 Wilco Louw, 2 Ramone Samuels, 1 Jacobus Janse van Rensburg.
Replacements: 16 Siyabonga Ntubeni, 17 Michael Kumbirai, 18 Jurie van Vuuren, 19 Jaco Coetzee, 20 Jano Vermaak, 21 Huw Jones, 22 Damian Willemse.

Referee: Rasta Rasivhenge  
Assistant referees: Mpho Matsaung, Nico Schmahl
TMO: JJ Wagner

Liam Hendricks (16min), Ederies Arendse (23min), Renier Botha (45min), Tiaan Dorfling (59min), and Wendal Wehr (62min)
Nizaam Carr (35min), Bjorn Basson (40min), Seabelo Senatla (42min), Kurt Coleman (51min), and Sarel Marais (57min)
Andre Swarts (17min), Andre Swarts (25min), Andre Swarts (45min), and Andre Swarts (60min)
Kurt Coleman (36min), Kurt Coleman (42min), and Damian Willemse (57min)
Andre Swarts (2min), George Whitehead (68min), and George Whitehead (72min)
Kurt Coleman (20min)
Dewaldt Duvenage (12min) and Sarel Marais (59min)
VENUE Kimberley
REFEREE Rasta Rasivhenge