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Currie Cup | Newlands
15:15 (GMT) | 23-09-2017
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Du Preez adds 2 points. FULL TIME
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The referee blows for a high tackle to the home team and Oosthuizen gets it at the 5 then shows his strength to push his way over the line and score the TRY
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Scrum taken and WP turnover. They look to build from the half way. Schickerling gets it at the 10 and roars forward before being brought down at the 5
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Griquas look to get some consolation points on the board. They lose it at the 10 of the hosts but the home team knock-on at the half way
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Du Preez sends it wide
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The reset kick is deep and they make the most of the territory as they take the clearance kick forward and Oosthuizen gets it powers over the line to score a TRY
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Zana adds the extras
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Kruger gets it after the line-out and splits the home team in half as he sprints to the center of the sticks. TRY
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The ball is booted forward into touch. Line-out at the 10 of the hosts for the Griquas
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Scrum to the hosts at their 22
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The ball is tackled into touch inside the WP 22. Griquas take their throw and look to move forward
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Griquas turnover after the scrum and rush to the 10 of the hosts
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The ball lost forward outside the 5 of the Griquas and the hosts have a scrum
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WP have it inside the 10 of the away team now and they seem to fly past the visitors
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Du Preez adds the extras
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du Toit makes his way on to the field and finds himself in space then scoots over the line to score his first Currie Cup TRY
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Du Preez sends his kick wide
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Louw makes his way back onto the field for the line-out. They shove their way over the line and Muir is the man who gets his team another 5 points
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WP being held at the 5 now. The ball is sent over the top but the Griquas clean up. The referee halts play and sends Le Roux to the sin bin
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Penalty to the home team inside the Griquas half and they kick into touch around the 5
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The home team win a penalty inside the 22 and take it quickly
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They push forward and make it inside the 22
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WP with it at the 10 of the away team now
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The ball being kicked back and forth now
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WP have it now after their lengthy period of defence. They kick forward from the 10 of the visitors
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Whitehead secures the 2 extras
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Griquas finally have something to show for their extended period of pressure. Botha makes it over the line to get his team's second TRY
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Griquas kick into touch and have a 5 meter throw
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WP maintain their line but the referee stops play for a penalty against the hosts. The match official awards Louw a yellow card
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WP holding firm inside their danger zone
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Griquas have the ball on the edge of the 5 meter line now
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Scrum to the visitors
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The hosts hold the line at the 5. The referee halts play for a penalty
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They move the ball along the 5 but the ball is tackled into touch. The referee says Griquas throw at the 5
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The Griquas have a penalty inside the WP half and they kick into touch at the 5
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The conversion is good
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Kok picks up the ball after the first ruck and strolls through the defense to score a bonus point TRY
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The second half is underway

Half Time

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The Griquas opt for a maul but don't make much ground. WP hold and the referee sounds his whistle for HALF TIME
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Line-out taken and they move it along the 5 looking for an opening. The referee blows for a another penalty and the ball is kicked into touch at the 5 again
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WP drive them back to the 22 but give away a penalty. The ball is kicked into touch at the 5
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They kick into touch inside the 22 and fight their way to the 5 of the hosts
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Penalty to the Griquas at the halfway after the scrum
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Scrum to the Griquas after the reset kick
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Willemse adds the extras
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Scrum to WP. They move the ball along the 5 and a long pass is sent to Kok who stumbles over the line to score WP's third TRY
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WP move it around the 22 and Leyds picks it up then rushes to sticks. He makes it over the line but the referee says held up. Scrum to the home team at the 5
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Griquas clear after the line-out. Throw to the hosts inside the away team 10
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Willemse gets it after the scrum and kicks forward into touch at the 5 of the away team
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Griquas kick to the 10 with the reset kick and win a scrum at the 10 of the hosts
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Willemse adds the extras
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The ball is kicked into touch at the 5 and they opt for the maul. They shove themselves forward and Chad Soloman is the man to bag the 5 points
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WP come again with more resilience this time around. They make it to the 22 before winning a penalty
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WP take the scrum and kick the ball into touch at their 10. They lob it over the top and Sentala makes his way forward to pluck it out of the air but the away team push them back to the half way
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Griquas fighting hard to increase their lead as they find themselves a few meters away from the 5. The referee halts play for a penalty to the visitors. Scrum outside the 5
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Scrum at the mid field reset
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Scrum to the Griquas following the reset
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Willemse adds the extras
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The referee confirms that the grounding is good. Wiese gets a TRY
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The visitors hold WP inside the 5 meter. The ball looks to be placed over but the referee refers to the TMO to make sure of the grounding
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The host pushing forward with good strength now
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They win a throw outside the 5 of the away team
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The hosts pushing forward steadily inside the 10 of the visitors
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Whitehead adds the extras
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The Griquas are pushed back after the reset but they win it back and start to build from the mid field. Arendse gets the ball around the 10 and shoots forward to score the first TRY
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Willemse steps up for a kick at goal but sends it wide
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WP with their reset kick and the visitors give away a penalty almost immediately
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He takes his kick and adds a further 3 points
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They win a penalty outside the 22 and Whitehead sets up for another kick at goal
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The away team move forward after the reset kick and form a good line outside the 22
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Willemse takes his kick and levels the score
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WP with it now as they make their way inside the Griquas 10. The away team hold them but then give away a penalty
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Whitehead takes his kick and opens the scoring with 3 points
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The hosts move the ball to center field but give away a penalty at their 10
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Penalty to the hosts shortly after the kickoff. They take their kick at their 22 and kick into touch at the mid field
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The referee blows and the game is underway
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The players leaving the locker rooms now
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The visitors are currently languishing at the foot of the log after four successive defeats, which makes a victory vital to keep alive their slim semifinal hopes, while the hosts will want to remain in the top four and in the running for a possible home semifinal
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Western Province will look to bounce back from their defeat last week and make amends for going down against Griquas in Kimberley in the first half of the competition when the sides meet at Newlands on Saturday
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Welcome to Newlands where WP will take on the Griquas
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Griquas
START LINE UP
  • 1 JC Janse van Rensburg
  • 2 Chad Solomon
  • 3 Wilco Louw
  • 4 Chris van Zyl
  • 5 JD Schickerling
  • 6 Jaco Coetzee
  • 7 Cobus Wiese
  • 8 Nizaam Carr
  • 9 Dewaldt Duvenage
  • 10 Damian Willemse
  • 11 Werner Kok
  • 12 Damian de Allende
  • 13 Ruhan Nel
  • 14 Seabelo Senatla
  • 15 Dillyn Leyds
RESERVES
  • 16 Dean Muir
  • 17 Caylib Oosthuizen
  • 18 Johan du Toit
  • 19 Sikhumbuzo Notshe
  • 20 Justin Phillips
  • 21 Robert du Preez
  • 22 Dan Kriel
START LINE UP
  • 1 Devon Martinus
  • 2 Wilmar Arnoldi
  • 3 Nicolaas Oosthuizen
  • 4 Jonathan Barry Janse van Rensburg
  • 5 Sintu Manjezi
  • 6 De Wet Kruger
  • 7 Sias Koen
  • 8 Kevin Kaba
  • 9 Renier Botha
  • 10 George Whitehead
  • 11 Enver Brandt
  • 12 Tertius Kruger
  • 13 Kyle Steyn
  • 14 Ederies Arendse
  • 15 Eric Zana
RESERVES
  • 16 Abraham Le Roux
  • 17 Liam Hendricks
  • 18 Shaun McDonald
  • 19 Conway Pretorius
  • 20 Christiaan Meyer
  • 21 Christopher Bosch
  • 22 Adriaan Coertzen
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PREVIEW: Currie Cup, Round 11

Thu, 21 Sep 2017 13:33

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: The pressure is set to rise significantly in the Currie Cup Premier Division this weekend as all seven participating teams still have a chance of securing semifinal berths in the competition with only four pool rounds remaining including this weekend.

The Free State Cheetahs and the Pumas kick-off the weekend's action on Friday in Bloemfontein.

There are two matches on Saturday - the Sharks will take on the Bulls at Kings Park in the early game before Western Province welcome Griquas to Newlands in the final game.

The Golden Lions have a bye in Round 11.

We take a look at all the Round 11 action!

Friday, September 22:

Free State Cheetahs v Pumas
(Free State Cheetahs, Bloemfontein - Kick-off: 17.30; 15.30 GMT)

The Pumas will look to register their first Currie Cup victory against the Free State Cheetahs since 2014 when the sides meet at in Bloemfontein on Friday. 

The hosts come off back-to-back defeats, while the Pumas will enter the match with confidence after toppling Western Province.

While a victory for either side will boost their chances of a semifinal berth, a defeat for the Free State Cheetahs could see them drop out of the top four, while the Pumas will be under pressure to fight for a semifinal berth in the next few weeks if they suffer a defeat.

The Free State Cheetahs' side features 11 personnel changes, among them the inclusion of BlitzBok Cecil Afrika on the wing, hooker Joseph Dweba and flyhalf Robbie Petzer.

Another Springbok Sevens star, Chris Dry, will again lead the team. 

The Pumas made only two personnel changes, which sees hooker Frankie Herne and flank Brian Shabangu earn starts.

Recent results:
2017: Free State Cheetahs won 45-34, Nelspruit
2016: Free State Cheetahs won 52-10, Nelspruit
2015: Free State Cheetahs won 37-37, Nelspruit
2014: Pumas won 31-17, Bloemfontein
2014: Pumas won 28-21, Nelspruit

Prediction: The Free State Cheetahs have brought in a few experienced players for the clash, but we think the Pumas will still be too strong for them in Bloemfontein. The Pumas to win by 10 points.

Teams: 

Free State Cheetahs: 15 Clayton Blommetjies, 14 Vuyani Maqina, 13 Ali Mgijima, 12 Lloyd Greeff, 11 Cecil Afrika, 10 Robbie Petzer, 9 Zee Mkhabela, 8 Jasper Wiese, 7 Chris Dry (captain), 6 Daniel Maartens, 5 Carl Wegner, 4 Dennis Visser, 3 Erich de Jager, 2 Joseph Dweba, 1 Gert Kotze.
Replacements: 16 Reinach Venter, 17 Andrew Kuhn, 18 Jeremy Jordaan, 19 Nicolaas Immelman, 20 Juan-Philip Smith, 21 Jacobus Jonker, 22 Stephan Janse van Rensburg.

Pumas: 15 Justin van Staden, 14 Jerome Pretorius, 13 Gerrit Smith, 12 Hennie Skorbinski (captain), 11 Ruwellyn Isbell, 10 Kobus Marais, 9 Stefan Ungerer, 8 Willie Engelbrecht, 7 Thembelani Bholi, 6 Brian Shabangu, 5 Hugo Kloppers, 4 Stefan Willemse, 3 Pieter Scholtz, 2 Frankie Herne, 1 Kwezi Mona.
Replacements: 16 Marko Janse van Rensburg, 17 De-Jay Terblanche, 18 Cameron Lindsay, 19 Francois Kleinhans, 20 Hilton Lobberts, 21 Theo Maree, 22 Selom Gavor.

Referee: Jaco Peyper
Assistant referees: Jaco Kotze, Eon van Zyl
TMO: Lourens van der Merwe

Date: Saturday, September 23:

Sharks v Blue Bulls
(Kings Park, Durban - Kick-off: 15.00; 13.00 GMT)

The Sharks will have their sights set on cementing their semifinal spot and strengthening their position at the top of the log when they meet the Blue Bulls in Durban on Saturday. 

The visitors, in turn, will also be determined to register a victory to remain within a realistic range of working their way into the top four as the pool stages draw to a close.

The home team are on an eight-match winning run, while the Blue Bulls will be chasing their first win since September 1.

The Sharks have included Springbok squad members Mahlatse Ralepelle (hooker) and Daniel du Preez (loose forward), in the starting team in two of five changes to the side, following their release to play Currie Cup rugby. 

New Bok squad member, scrumhalf Louis Schreuder, however, will miss the match due to a family commitment and has been replaced by Michael Classens.  

The Blue Bulls, in turn, have named Springbok flyhalf Handre Pollard among the replacements in a side that shows two changes to the starting team, with prop Conraad van Vuuren replacing Matthys Basson and winger Johnny Kotze taking over from Rabs Maxwane.

"It's great to be back in Durban to be playing at Kings Park after sucking oxygen for 80 minutes in Kimberley last week," said Sharks hooker Franco Marais.

"They have quite an expansive game plan, they run from kick-offs, from everywhere, so it's going to be a challenge, but the Bulls always rely on their strong, dominant forwards, so we as a forward pack know the match is going to be very physical."

Meanwhile, Blue Bulls coach John Mitchell believes his side will have to be at their very best to upset the home side. 

"We are no doubt facing our biggest challenge of the season," Mitchell said.

"The Sharks have been in awesome form this year and to have to travel down to Durban to face them is not making it any easier. That said, this group is all about challenges and how we confront and handle them, so we are looking forward to the clash."

Mitchell was keen to see more improvement from the team.

"We are slowly starting to come to grips with a number of structural changes and for once, there is some continuity available in selection, something that was not possible earlier in the competition."

The team will again be captained by Burger Odendaal.

"We are working hard to adapt to a number of things and there was a positive approach to the work put in this week, so we now need to go down to Durban and show the improvements," Odendaal said.

Recent results: 
2017: Sharks won 28-20, Pretoria
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: The Sharks are strong outfit and they are full of confidence. They should win by 12 points at least.

Teams:

Sharks: 15 Garth April, 14 Odwa Ndungane, 13 Jeremy Ward, 12 Marius Louw, 11 Sibusiso Nkosi, 10 Curwin Bosch, 9 Michael Classens, 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 Jean Droste, 19 Tera Mtembu, 20 Cameron Wright, 21 Tristan Blewett, 22 Rhyno Smith.

Blue Bulls: 15 Warrick Gelant, 14 Duncan Matthews, 13 Burger Odendaal (captain), 12 John Jackson, 11 Johnny Kotze, 10 Marnitz Boshoff, 9 Ivan van Zyl, 8 Jano Venter, 7 Jannes Kirsten, 6 Nic de Jager, 5 Aston Fortuin, 4 Ruben van Heerden, 3 Conraad van Vuuren, 2 Edgar Marutlulle, 1 Pierre Schoeman.
Replacements: 16 Johan Grobbelaar, 17 Matthys Basson, 18 Tim Agaba, 19 Marco van Staden, 20 Piet van Zyl, 21 Handré Pollard, 22 Ulrich Beyers.

Referee: AJ Jacobs
Assistant referees: Ruhan Meiring, Rodney Boneparte
TMO: Christie du Preez

Western Province v Griquas
(Newlands, Cape Town - Kick-off: 17.15; 15.15 GMT)

Western Province will look to bounce back from their defeat last week and make amends for going down against Griquas in Kimberley in the first half of the competition when the sides meet at Newlands on Saturday. 

The visitors are currently languishing at the foot of the log after four successive defeats, which makes a victory vital to keep alive their slim semifinal hopes, while the hosts will want to remain in the top four and in the running for a possible home semifinal.

Griquas' best result in Cape Town since the 1996 season was a draw in 2011, but they will have to step up their defence, in particular, to give Western Province a run, as they have conceded close to double the amount of points to the hosts so far in the competition.

Western Province bolstered their starting team with three returning national squad members, Dillyn Leyds, Damian de Allende and Wilco Louw, among six changes to the side that went down last week. 

The clash will be particularly memorable for captain and lock Chris van Zyl, who will earn his 50th cap.

Griquas, in turn, made seven personnel changes, which features a new captain, flank Sias Koen, and a new-look front row with prop Devon Martinus and hooker Wilmar Arnoldi earning starts.

The WP coach, John Dobson, said that his team is looking forward to playing at Newlands again.

"We know that we have to raise our standards significantly and the players are excited to play at Newlands again," the coach said.

"It is great to have some players back from Springbok duty, but the focus is on delivering a convincing team performance."

Recent results: 
2017: Griquas won 44-34, Kimberley
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: Province have a few Springboks back and they are playing at home, so they should win by 15 points at least.

Teams:

Western Province: 15 Dillyn Leyds, 14 Seabelo Senatla, 13 Huw Jones, 12 Damian de Allende, 11 Werner Kok, 10 Damian Willemse, 9 Dewaldt Duvenage, 8 Nizaam Carr, 7 Cobus Wiese, 6 Jaco Coetzee, 5 John Schickerling, 4 Chris van Zyl (captain), 3 Wilco Louw, 2 Chad Solomon, 1 Jacobus Janse van Rensburg.
Replacements: 16 Dean Muir, 17 Caylib Oosthuizen, 18 Johan du Toit, 19 Sikhumbuzo Notshe, 20 Justin Phillips, 21 Robert du Preez, 22 Ruhan Nel.

Griquas: 15 Eric Zana, 14 Ederies Arendse, 13 Kyle Steyn, 12 Tertius Kruger, 11 Enver Brandt, 10 George Whitehead, 9 Renier Botha, 8 Kevin Kaba, 7 Sias Koen (Captain), 6 De Wet Kruger, 5 Sintu Manjezi, 4 Jonathan Janse Van Rensburg, 3 Nicolaas Oosthuizen, 2 Wilmar Arnoldi, 1 Devon Martinus.
Replacements: 16 Abraham Le Roux, 17 Liam Hendricks, 18 Shaun McDonald, 19 Conway Pretorius, 20 Christiaan Meyer, 21 Christopher Bosch, 22 Adriaan Coertzen

Referee: Cwengile Jadezweni
Assistant referees: Marius van der Westhuizen, Sinethemba Mrulwa
TMO: Joey Klaaste-Salmans

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Province run Griquas ragged

Sat, 23 Sep 2017 15:00

CURRIE CUP MATCH REPORT: Western Province bounced back in emphatic fashion with a 55-27 win over a willing Griquas team in Cape Town on Saturday.

Griquas held a 13-3 lead after as many minutes, but half-an-hour later the home team had a commanding 31-13 advantage - two of the four WP tries going to Sevens star Werner Kok.

Enjoying some considerable leniency from the match officials, WP managed to hold off a number of serious raids on the tryline in the second half.

It was not untill the 50th minute that Cwengile Jadezweni's patience ran out and he reached for the picket to send Springbok prop Wilco Louw to the sin bin for foul play.

And it was only while the home team was down a man that Griquas scored their second try.

However, Province managed to turn up the head and just over 10 minutes later Griquas were down a man - Abraham le Roux sent to the sin bin for repeated infringements near his own goalline.

From the penalty and resulting maul the home team scored the try that ended the game as a contest.

The teams traded penalties early on, before the visitors scored the first try, with wing Ederies Arendse intercepting and racing away to score in the corner.

Western Province found themselves 3-13 down, but regrouped well and scored three unanswered tries to take a 24-13 lead into half-time.

Flank Cobus Wiese stretched to score from close range for the opening try, which was confirmed by the TMO and then converted from the touchline by Damian Willemse.

Hooker Chad Solomon was next to score from a powerful maul, before wing Werner Kok forced his way over in the same corner soon afterwards, with Willemse nailing both conversions from out wide.

Kok was first to score in the second half as he forced his way through the middle of the Griquas defence to score under the poles and secure the bonus point.

Western Province were reduced to 14 men when prop Wilco Louw was shown a yellow card for a dangerous tackle and Griquas took advantage as scrumhalf Renier Botha scrambled over for their second try.

The hosts struck back as some hard work from the forwards saw replacement hooker Dean Muir score from a maul with 15 minutes left.

Kok was at it again as he burst clear before giving up his hat-trick by handing the ball to debutante Johan du Toit just in front of a clear tryline.

Griquas got a third try as centre Tertius Kruger burst through, but Western Province hit back through replacement prop Caylib Oosthuizen who got over for two late tries to seal a comfortable win.

Man of the match: Griquas, as a collective, did some great work at times. Centre Tertius Kruger asked some serious questions with ball in hand and was rewarded with a try. WP Lock John Schickerling continues to grow and his workrate is absolutely phenomenal;. The Sevens trio of Seabelo Senatla, Ruhan Nel (moved into the starting XV just hours before kick-off) and Werner Kok seemed to relish the presence of their fellow BlitzBoks. Of the three, the most productive was Werner Kok, who also gave up an opportunity of a hat-trick for himself to gift a try to a teammate. He wins our award.

The scorers:

For Western Province:
Tries:
 Wiese, Solomon, Kok 2, Muir, Du Toit, Oosthuizen 2
Cons: Willemse 4, Du Preez 2
Pens: Willemse

For Griquas:
Tries:
 Arendse, Botha, Kruger
Cons: Whitehead 2, Zana
Pens: Whitehead 2

Yellow card: Wilco Louw (Western Province. 50 - foul play, shoulder charge), Abraham le Roux (Griquas, 62 - repeated infringements, killing the ball)

Teams:

Western Province: 15 Dillyn Leyds, 14 Seabelo Senatla, 13 Ruhan Nel, 12 Damian de Allende, 11 Werner Kok, 10 Damian Willemse, 9 Dewaldt Duvenage, 8 Nizaam Carr, 7 Cobus Wiese, 6 Jaco Coetzee, 5 John Schickerling, 4 Chris van Zyl (captain), 3 Wilco Louw, 2 Chad Solomon, 1 Jacobus Janse van Rensburg.
Replacements: 16 Dean Muir, 17 Caylib Oosthuizen, 18 Johan du Toit, 19 Sikhumbuzo Notshe, 20 Justin Phillips, 21 Robert du Preez, 22 Dan Kriel.

Griquas: 15 Eric Zana, 14 Ederies Arendse, 13 Kyle Steyn, 12 Tertius Kruger, 11 Enver Brandt, 10 George Whitehead, 9 Renier Botha, 8 Kevin Kaba, 7 Sias Koen (Captain), 6 De Wet Kruger, 5 Sintu Manjezi, 4 Jonathan Janse Van Rensburg, 3 Nicolaas Oosthuizen, 2 Wilmar Arnoldi, 1 Devon Martinus.
Replacements: 16 Abraham Le Roux, 17 Liam Hendricks, 18 Shaun McDonald, 19 Conway Pretorius, 20 Christiaan Meyer, 21 Christopher Bosch, 22 Adriaan Coertzen

Referee: Cwengile Jadezweni
Assistant referees: Marius van der Westhuizen, Sinethemba Mrulwa
TMO: Joey Klaaste-Salmans

Cobus Wiese (18min), Chad Solomon (25min), Werner Kok (32min), Werner Kok (41min), Dean Muir (61min), Johan du Toit (64min), Caylib Oosthuizen (75min), and Caylib Oosthuizen (79min)
TRIES
Ederies Arendse (11min), Renier Botha (52min), and Tertius Kruger (73min)
Damian Willemse (19min), Damian Willemse (27min), Damian Willemse (34min), Damian Willemse (42min), Robert du Preez (65min), and Robert du Preez (80min)
CONVERSIONS
George Whitehead (12min), George Whitehead (53min), and Eric Zana (74min)
Damian Willemse (5min)
PENALTIES
George Whitehead (3min) and George Whitehead (8min)
 
PENALTY TRIES
 
DROP GOALS
Wilco Louw (50min)
Abraham Le Roux (60min)
 
 
VENUE Newlands
REFEREE Cwengile Jadezweni