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Currie Cup | Johannesburg
12:00 (GMT) | 02-09-2017
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The hooter sounds and the ball is cleared after the throw. FULL TIME
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Marais clears his lines and the Lions have a half way line throw
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Scrum to the away team
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The Lions lose it forward at the 5 after the throw
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The hosts make their way forward again and win a penalty. The ball is kicked into touch at the 5 of the visitors
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The Lions move forward aggressively towards the 22 of the Pumas. The away team turnover and clear
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The Lions turnover and start to build from the half way line
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The away team make their way forward after the clearance and have possession inside their own half now
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The ball sent into touch at the Pumas 5. It's lost and then cleared by the Pumas
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The Lions move forward with serious intent. They win a penalty around the 5 of the Pumas. It's taken quickly and then lost so the referee calls play back and awards Kloppers a yellow card
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Line-out taken and the Pumas clear.
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They move the ball from wing to wing. Mahuza breaking through along the wing inside the 22. The ball moved to the opposite wing but it's tackled into touch
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Line-out taken and it's lost then cleared by the Pumas. But the Lions come again
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Penalty to the Lions inside the Pumas 10. They kick into touch at the 5
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Marais adds the extras
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The Pumas boot forward and the chase is on. Isbell is on the end of a final offload at the 5 and makes a dash towards the sticks to score a TRY
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The ball is fumbled by both teams but the Lions come away with possession and start to build from the half way
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The Pumas have it inside their half after the scrum
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Scrum reset
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The Lions win the scrum. Play moves forward but the hosts lose it forward and the Pumas have a scrum outside the home team 22
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Scrum reset
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Scrum to the Lions at their 22
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The Pumas make some ground forward but lose it forward
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Scrum at the 10 of the hosts
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The Pumas win a scrum after Davids sends the ball into touch
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The ball being booted back and forth now by both teams now
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Davids kick is good
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The ball lands in the hands Janse van Rensburg who runs the ball forward looking to pass but goes alone and lengthens his team's lead
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The Lions inside the 22 now. They move the ball from wing to wing looking for space
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Marais adds the extras
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The Pumas rush forward and find a way through forcing themselves through whilst remaining on one wing. TRY to Groenewald
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The Pumas make good ground with a maul and they make it to the edge of the 22
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Line-out to the Pumas around the mid field as the ball is tackled into touch
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The Lions have it at their 10 and carry it back into the Pumas' half
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The ball kicked into touch. The Pumas turnover after the throw and clear
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The Lions have a scrum at their 10 and the referee blows after a high tackle by Pretorius. The referee awards him a yellow card
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The line-out is lost and the ball is cleared. The Pumas come again from the half way
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The Pumas win a penalty and kick into touch after some a good attacking spell in the Lions half. Line-out at the 5
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The second half is underway

Half Time

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The hooter sounds and the referee ends the half after Pumas make lose the ball in the ruck. HALF TIME
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They clear the ball and the Pumas send it back
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Line-out to the Lions inside their 22 after the Pumas move the ball into touch following the reset
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Davids fails to add the extras
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The ball moved to center field and Davids cross kicks it to Tambwe who brings it down with style and bursts forward to score the TRY
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The hosts win a penalty and kick into touch at the 22 of the Pumas
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The Pumas doing good work to keep the home team out of their half
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The Lions win the turnover and a penalty. The ball is booted into touch at the 10
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The Pumas fighting to make it inside the 5 of the hosts
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Scrum to the visitors outside the 22
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The ball knocked on by the Lions after the reset
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Davids adds the extras
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The Lions maneuver the ball along the 5. Jansen van Vuuren has it and reaches over the line to bag 5 points. TRY
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Scrum reset
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The Pumas flyhalf gives away a penalty after a high tackle on Janse van Rensburg. Scrum to the Lions at the 5 again
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The Lions win the scrum and the referee awards them another scrum at the 5 of the Pumas
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The ball knocked on after the scrum. Scrum to the Lions now at the same position
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Scrum to the Pumas
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The ball lost forward by the Lions at the Pumas 22
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The Pumas move the ball forward but the Lions turnover quickly and rush the ball to the opposite side of the field, at the 22 now
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Scrum reset
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Scrum to the Pumas at their 10
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The Lions make their way forward after the restart. They give away a penalty at the Pumas 10
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Marais secures the extras
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The Pumas show good strength to bully the Lions defence along the wing where the scrum was taken. They eventually make it over the line with Groenewal. TRY
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Scrum to the Pumas inside the Lions 22
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The ball lost forward after the reset kick is taken
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Davods takes his kick and it hits the upright
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The Lions at the 5 now. They move the ball to the opposite wing and Dreyer has the ball in hand. He over powers Jerome Pretorius in a one on one situation. goes over the line and scores a TRY
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Brink breaks away from the pack along the wing and runs into the 22 before taking a tumble
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The Janse van Rensburg wins a turnover for his team and drives them forward before the ball is cleared
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The visitors take their line-out and try to force their way into the 5 but the home team defence is strong
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The referee blows for a penalty against the Lions. The ball is kicked into touch
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The Lions take their throw but the Pumas win possession shortly after and press towards the 5
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The Pumas in possession after the reset. They chip kick the ball forward and it bounces into touch for a Lions line-out at the hosts 22
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The conversion is good
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Ungerer takes a quick tap after a penalty at the 5 and scoots over the line to score a TRY
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The Pumas set up camp inside the 22 after the restart. They move the ball forward progressively as they edge towards the 5
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The conversion is sent wide
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The Lions find a gap at the 10 of the Pumas and break with immense pace in the early minutes of the game. Van Vuuren carries it to the 5 and the ball is sent out wide to Kankowski who opens the scoring with 5 points. TRY
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The referee sounds his whistle and the game us underway
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The players exiting the tunnel now
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The Pumas, meanwhile, made only two injury-enforced changes with loose forward Willie Engelbrecht and flyhalf Kobus Marais replacing Francois Kleinhans and Justin van Staden respectively.
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The Golden Lions team shows a number of personnel changes, amongst them the return of Ryan Kankowski and Madosh Tambwe to the starting team, while the bench has been boosted with the inclusion of Springbok Sevens player Branco du Preez.
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But they will face tough competition as the visitors are high on confidence after two wins – one of which was a 51-point score against the Blue Bulls.
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The Golden Lions will look to bounce back from three successive defeats when they take on the Pumas in Johannesburg on Saturday
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Welcome to Johannesburg, where the Lions will host the Pumas
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Pumas
START LINE UP
  • 1 Jacques van Rooyen
  • 2 Robbie Coetzee
  • 3 Ruan Dreyer
  • 4 Andries Ferreira
  • 5 Marvin Orie
  • 6 Cyle Brink
  • 7 Fabian Booysen
  • 8 Ryan Kankowski
  • 9 Marco Jansen van Vuuren
  • 10 Ashlon Davids
  • 11 Aphiwe Dyantyi
  • 12 Rohan Janse van Rensburg
  • 13 Manual Rass
  • 14 Madosh Tambwe
  • 15 Sylvian Mahuza
RESERVES
  • 16 Peter Jansen
  • 17 Corne Fourie
  • 18 Jacobie Adriaanse
  • 19 Robert Kruger
  • 20 Hacjivah Dayimani
  • 21 Branco du Preez
  • 22 Jaco van der Walt
START LINE UP
  • 1 Khwezi Mona
  • 2 Mark Pretorius
  • 3 Pieter Scholtz
  • 4 Stefan Willemse
  • 5 Hugo Kloppers
  • 6 Thembelani Bholi
  • 7 Lambert Groenewald
  • 8 Willie Engelbrecht
  • 9 Stefan Ungerer
  • 10 Kobus Marais
  • 11 Ruwellyn Isbell
  • 12 Hennie Skorbinski
  • 13 Jerome Pretorius
  • 14 JP Lewis
  • 15 Gerrit Smith
RESERVES
  • 16 Frank Herne
  • 17 De-Jay Terblanche
  • 18 Cameron Lindsay
  • 19 Brian Shabangu
  • 20 Chris Cloete
  • 21 Reynier Van Rooyen
  • 22 Neil Maritz
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PREVIEW: Currie Cup, Round Eight

Fri, 01 Sep 2017 05:17

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: The Sharks and Free State Cheetahs will go head-to-head for the top spot on the log in the Currie Cup in a match that could give the winning side a vital nudge as the second half of the competition kicks off.

The first match of the weekend sees Griquas travel to Pretoria to take on the Blue Bulls and on Saturday the Golden Lions host the Pumas at Ellis Park in Johannesburg.

The weekend's final match sees the Sharks take on the Cheetahs.

After going down to the Sharks last weekend at Newlands, Western Province will have a bye in Round Eight.

We take a look at all the Round Eight action!

Friday, September 1:

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

Griquas will be looking to end a five-year Currie Cup losing run against the Blue Bulls when they cross paths at Loftus Versfeld. 

The hosts will be desperate to bounce back after four back-to-back defeats.
 
The last time the men from Kimberley beat the Blue Bulls was in 2012, but with both sides having won only two matches this season, the clash could prove to be a tight tussle. 
Blue Bulls coach John Mitchell made wholesale changes to his team with only six players - Lizo Gqoboka, Ruben van Heerden, Jannes Kirsten, Nic de Jager, John Thomas Jackson and Warrick Gelant – retaining their places in the starting team that went down against the Pumas, while the Griquas retained their key combinations in starting XV that showed five personnel changes. 

"Nothing has really been decided in terms of last week's form," said Mitchell. 

"It is pretty obvious that we conceded five tries through one area and we got to sort out our discipline and we got to learn to work hard for each other."

Micthell added: "There will certainly be consequences for players going forward in terms of not being reliable in that area [discipline]. Likewise, for core skills - all those things are changing. 

"We are in transition and one can't be a miracle worker in terms of changing bad habits within seven days, but certainly over a period of time we will get there."

Recent results:
2017: Blue Bulls won 51-45, Kimberley
2016: Blue Bulls won 57-20, Pretoria
2015: Blue Bulls won 46-32, Kimberley
2015: Blue Bulls won 36-12, Pretoria
2014: Blue Bulls won 46-12, Pretoria

Prediction: After the Blue Bulls' performance last week we are tempted to give this one to Griquas. However, there is a lot of pride at stake in Pretoria and John Mitchell has surely given his players a tongue-lashing. The Bulls will win this one by seven points.

Teams:

Blue Bulls: 15 Warrick Gelant, 14 Duncan Matthews, 13 Johnny Kotze, 12 John Thomas Jackson, 11 Rabs Maxwane, 10 Marnitz Boshoff, 9 Ivan van Zyl, 8 Nic de Jager (captain), 7 Jannes Kirsten, 6 Shaun Adendorff, 5 Ruben van Heerden, 4 Aston Fortuin, 3 Dayan van der Westhuizen, 2 Edgar Marutlulle, 1 Lizo Gqoboka.
Replacements: 16 Johan Grobbelaar, 17 Matthys Basson, 18 Jano Venter, 19 Tim Agaba, 20 Andre Warner, 21 Tony Jantjies/Tinus de Beer, 22 Franco Naude/Stedman Gans.

Griquas: 15 Adriaan Coertzen (captain), 14 Ederies Arendse, 13 Tertius Kruger, 12 Johnathan Francke, 11 Koch Marx, 10 Andre Swarts, 9 Christiaan Meyer, 8 Jonathan Janse van Rensburg, 7 Sias Koen, 6 Wendal Wehr, 5 Pieter Jansen van Vuren, 4 Floris Pelser, 3 Stephan Kotze, 2 Wilmar Arnoldi, 1 Liam Hendricks.
Replacements: 16 Abraham Le Roux, 17 Nicolaas Oosthuizen, 18 Jonathan Adendorf, 19 De Wet Kruger, 20 Renier Botha, 21 George Whitehead, 22 Eric Zana.

Referee: AJ Jacobs
Assistant referees: Ruhan Meiring, Jaco Kotze
TMO: Willie Vos

Saturday, September 2:

Golden Lions v Pumas
(Ellis Park, Johannesburg - Kick-off: 14.00; 12.00 GMT)

The Golden Lions will look to bounce back from three successive defeats when they take on the Pumas in Johannesburg on Saturday. 

But they will face tough competition as the visitors are high on confidence after two wins – one of which was a 51-point score against the Blue Bulls.
 
The Golden Lions team shows a number of personnel changes, amongst them the return of Ryan Kankowski and Madosh Tambwe to the starting team, while the bench has been boosted with the inclusion of Springbok Sevens player Branco du Preez.
The Pumas, meanwhile, made only two injury-enforced changes with loose forward Willie Engelbrecht and flyhalf Kobus Marais replacing Francois Kleinhans and Justin van Staden respectively.

"The Pumas are mauling very well at the moment," said Lions head coach Swys de Bruin.

"They are not disrupted, they don't have Springboks, they have a core group of players that played all year.

"They are really riding high now, they are a dangerous side. They gave Griquas a good hiding in Kimberley and then they gave the Bulls a 50, so they are a very solid team and we know that."

Meanwhile, Pumas head coach Brent Janse van Rensburg will not be underestimating De Bruin's side.

"The Lions are obviously gaining momentum," said Janse van Rensburg. "They are getting better every week and they are not to be underestimated. They got a really good team, although there are some youngsters in that side.

"They still got experience in Rohan Janse van Rensburg and Harold Vorster - two centres that live off getting momentum and we got to make sure that we contain them on the day.

"The Lions are a team that like to change direction, so numbering up in defence will be really important for us. They like to play to the edge and always looking for two sides to attack."

Recent results:
2017: Pumas won 43-36, Nelspruit
2016: Golden Lions won 68-26, Johannesburg
2015: Golden Lions won 41-11, Nelspruit
2015: Golden Lions won 44-27, Johannesburg
2014: Golden Lions won 29-15, Johannesburg

Prediction: The Pumas are missing some key players, while the Lions have gained a few big names for the clash. We will see the Golden Lions return to winning ways with a 14-point victory.

Teams:

Golden Lions: 15 Sylvian Mahuza, 14 Madosh Tambwe, 13 Manual Rass, 12 Rohan Janse van Rensburg, 11 Aphiwe Dyantyi, 10 Ashlon Davids, 9 Marco Jansen van Vuren, 8 Ryan Kankowski, 7 Fabian Booysen, 6 Cyle Brink, 5 Marvin Orie, 4 Andries Ferreira, 3 Ruan Dreyer, 2 Robbie Coetzee, 1 Jacques van Rooyen (captain).
Replacements: 16 Pieter Jansen, 17 Corné Fourie, 18 Jacobie Adriaanse, 19 Robert Kruger, 20 Hacjivah Dayimani, 21 Branco du Preez, 22 Jaco van der Walt.

Pumas: 15 Gerrit Smith, 14 Jean-Paul Lewis, 13 Jerome Pretorius, 12 Hennie Skorbinski (captain), 11 Ruwellyn Isbell, 10 Kobus Marais, 9 Stefan Ungerer, 8 Willie Engelbrecht, 7 Lambert Groenewald, 6 Thembelani Bholi, 5 Hugo Kloppers, 4 Stefan Willemse, 3 Pieter Scholtz, 2 Mark Pretorius, 1 Kwezi Mona. 
Replacements: 16 Frankie Herne, 17 De-Jay Terblanche, 18 Cameron Lindsay, 19 Brian Shabangu, 20 Chris Cloete, 21 Reynier van Rooyen, 22 Neil Maritz.

Referee: Egon Seconds
Assistant referees: Ruhan Meiring, Eduan Nel
TMO: Johan Greeff

Sharks v Free State Cheetahs
(Kings Park, Durban - Kick-off: 16.15; 14.15 GMT)

The clash in Durban is expected to be the match-up of the weekend as both sides have won five of their six matches up to now.
 
After starting the season with a defeat in the first round against the Free Staters, the Sharks are on a winning run of five matches. The Free State Cheetahs will, in turn, be hunting their third victory in a row.
 
The Sharks have had an edge over the Free State Cheetahs in recent years in Durban, where they won four of their last five matches dating back to 2012, but the defending champions will draw inspiration from their victory in Durban last season.
The Sharks made five personnel changes to their run-on team – three of which were injury-enforced – which sees a new front row selected, while Keegan Daniel returns to the loose trio and wing Tythan Adams, a former Gold Cup star, will make his debut.
 
The Free State Cheetahs, in turn, have named a completely new team with the Pro14 side also in action, with Springbok Sevens player Chris Dry leading the side, while former Junior Springbok forward Junior Pokomela also earns a start.

Despite losing to the Cheetahs earlier in the season, Sharks star Inny-Christian Radebe says there has been no talk of revenge.

"We aren't revengeful at all, we just want to build on the past five weeks. We have some nice momentum going and we’d like to build on that," he explains. 

"We'll take positives out of the Western Province game and work on the things we lacked in that game, one of which was creating lots of opportunities but not finishing them."

Recent results:
2017: Free State Cheetahs won 47-12, Bloemfontein
2016: Free State Cheetahs won 38-30, Durban
2015: 34-all draw, Bloemfontein
2014: 30-all draw, Bloemfontein
2014: Sharks won 19-16, Durban

Prediction: It will be a comfortable win for Robert du Preez's side. The Sharks will win by 20 points or more.

Teams:

Sharks: 15 Inny-Christian Radebe, 14 Tythan Adams, 13 Jeremy Ward, 12 Lukhanyo Am, 11 Sibusiso Nkosi, 10 Benhard Janse van Rensburg, 9 Louis Schreuder, 8 Lubabalo Mtembu, 7 Jacques Vermeulen, 6 Keegan Daniel, 5 Ruan Botha (captain), 4 Tyler Paul, 3 John-Hubert Meyer, 2 Armand van der Merwe, 1 Thomas du Toit.         
Replacements: 16 Franco Marais, 17 Mzamo Majola, 18 Jean Droste, 19 Wian Vosloo, 20 Michael Claassens, 21 Marius Louw, 22 Garth April.

Free State Cheetahs: 15 Reinhardt Erwee, 14 Carel-Jan Coetzee, 13 Jacobus Jonker, 12 Stephan Janse van Rensburg, 11 Luther Obi, 10 Ryno Eksteen, 9 Juan-Philip Smith, 8 Japer Wiese, 7 Chris Dry (captain), 6 Junior Pokomela, 5 Dennis Visser, 4 Nicolaas Immelman, 3 Luan de Bruin, 2 Reinach Venter, 1 Gert Kotze.
Relacements: 16 Elandre Huggett, 17 Andrew Kuhn, 18 Sibabalo Qoma, 19 Ntokoza Vidima, 20 Daniel Maartens, 21 Dian Badenhorst, 22 Marco Mason.

Referee: Marius van der Westhuizen
Assistant referees: Ben Crouse, Archie Sehlako
TMO: Marius Jonker

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Lions end losing streak ... just

Sat, 02 Sep 2017 11:38

CURRIE CUP MATCH REPORT: The Golden Lions ended a four-match losing streak, beating the Pumas 29-28 in a thrilling match at Ellis Park on Saturday.

Despite outscoring the visitors by five tries to four, the Lions almost gifted the match to the opposition through desperately poor goal-kicking and lapses in concentration.

However, they will celebrate the win - even though they remain last on the seven-team standings.

Discipline, or rather the blatant absence of it, is what cost the visitors.

The Pumas' penalty count went well into double figures and it is somewhat surprising they only had two players in the sin bin - given the number of 'final' warnings from the referee.

The two bonus points they took from the match - one for four tries and another for losing by seven points or less - see the Pumas move to fifth place on the standings and still in the hunt for a play-off spot.

The match got off to a blistering start as Ryan Kankowski dotted down with the opening whistle still ringing around the stadium when he cleanly picked the ball from his boot straps and dived over into an unguarded corner.

However, as has so often been the case for the Lions this season, their opponents responded immediately with a try of their when Stefan Ungerer tapped quickly from a penalty and exploited cavernous holes in the Lions defence.

The sides again traded alternating blows 10 minutes later as first Ruan Dreyer ran over Jerome Pretorius from close range to nudge the home side back into the lead before Pumas flank Lambert Groenewald reached out a long arm to bag his team's second.

The Lions have now conceded 40 tries in seven matches, more than anyone else in the competition, and once again looked suspect on defence.

With ball in hand though, they retain their ability to be dazzling and ended the half with a further two tries. The second of which was the result of a piece of brilliance from Ashlon Davids. The diminutive flyhalf did not have his radar working from the tee, missing four kicks at goal, but he was pinpoint in his cross field punt to Madosh Tambwe who hardly had to move to open up a deserving eight-point lead heading into the break.

The pattern of the first half was replicated in the second with both sides scoring within a few minutes of each other. First another quick tap and darting run from Ungerer culminated in Groenewald's second of the game before Rohan Janse van Rensburg finished off a slick Lions move with Davids adding the extra two to restore the eight point advantage.

As both sides emptied their benches the game descended into a disjointed affair as referee Egon Seconds had a difficult time keeping a handle on the scrums and breakdown.

Both sets of forwards were clearly running out of gas and with all sixteen big men coalesced in the middle of the field, a hacked ball forward from a Puma boot found Pretorius in acres of space who unloaded for wing Ruwellyn Isbell to score under the posts.

With only eight minutes to go, Pumas lock Hugo Kloppers received his marching orders for slowing the ball down and with a man advantage the Lions comfortably held on to their slender lead.

Both teams remain in the North as the Lions head to Kimberly next week to take on Griquas, as the Pumas make the trip home to Nelspruit to play host to the Sharks.

Man of the match: Ashlon Davids may be a great play-maker, but his kicking leaves a lot to be desired. Lions midfielder's Manual Rass and Rohan Janse van Rensburg were both very dangerous with ball in hand. Ryan Kankowski showed his experience and great skillset. However, our award goes to Lions scrumhalf Marco Jansen van Vuren - for his classy performance and great vision.

The scorers:

For the Golden Lions:
Tries:
Kankowski, Dreyer, Jansen van Vuuren, Tambwe, Janse van Rensburg
Cons: Davids 2

For the Pumas:
Tries:
Ungerer, Groenewald 2, Isbell
Cons: Marais 4

Yellow cards: Jerome Pretorius (Pumas, 45 - foul play, high tackle), Lambert Groenewald (Pumas, 72 - repeated infringements, killing the ball)

Teams:

Golden Lions: 15 Sylvian Mahuza, 14 Madosh Tambwe, 13 Manual Rass, 12 Rohan Janse van Rensburg, 11 Aphiwe Dyantyi, 10 Ashlon Davids, 9 Marco Jansen van Vuren, 8 Ryan Kankowski, 7 Fabian Booysen, 6 Cyle Brink, 5 Marvin Orie, 4 Andries Ferreira, 3 Ruan Dreyer, 2 Robbie Coetzee, 1 Jacques van Rooyen (captain).
Replacements: 16 Pieter Jansen, 17 Corné Fourie, 18 Jacobie Adriaanse, 19 Robert Kruger, 20 Hacjivah Dayimani, 21 Branco du Preez, 22 Jaco van der Walt.

Pumas: 15 Gerrit Smith, 14 Jean-Paul Lewis, 13 Jerome Pretorius, 12 Hennie Skorbinski (captain), 11 Ruwellyn Isbell, 10 Kobus Marais, 9 Stefan Ungerer, 8 Willie Engelbrecht, 7 Lambert Groenewald, 6 Thembelani Bholi, 5 Hugo Kloppers, 4 Stefan Willemse, 3 Pieter Scholtz, 2 Mark Pretorius, 1 Kwezi Mona.
Replacements: 16 Frankie Herne, 17 De-Jay Terblanche, 18 Cameron Lindsay, 19 Brian Shabangu, 20 Chris Cloete, 21 Reynier van Rooyen, 22 Neil Maritz.

Referee: Egon Seconds
Assistant referees: Ruhan Meiring, Eduan Nel
TMO: Johan Greeff

Ryan Kankowski (1min), Ruan Dreyer (12min), Marco Jansen van Vuuren (28min), Madosh Tambwe (36min), and Rohan Janse van Rensburg (53min)
TRIES
Stefan Ungerer (4min), Lambert Groenewald (16min), Lambert Groenewald (49min), and Ruwellyn Isbell (65min)
Ashlon Davids (29min) and Ashlon Davids (54min)
CONVERSIONS
Kobus Marais (5min), Kobus Marais (17min), Kobus Marais (51min), and Kobus Marais (66min)
 
PENALTIES
 
PENALTY TRIES
 
DROP GOALS
 
Jerome Pretorius (44min) and Hugo Kloppers (71min)
 
 
VENUE Johannesburg
REFEREE Egon Seconds