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Free State Cheetahs

Currie Cup | Kimberley
12:00 (GMT) | 30-09-2017
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Thank you for joining us for this Clash. Catch us back at 16:30 as we build up for the match between the South Africa and Australia!!
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Swarts adds the extras!!
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Griquas finishing it off in style as they put it through the hands again and Coertzen Steps inside and race away for the TRY!!!
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Cheetahs lineout in the Griquas half as they look to get a bonus point try and referee stops the match for a scuffle between two players as he talks to Chris Dry about player behaviour and Nicolaas Immelman gets a yellow card!
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Conversion is good!!
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Cheetahs lose the ball and Griquas attack from deep again and they are up to halfway before Steyn makes a half break and gives it to Brandt who gives it to Pretorius who goes over for the TRY!!
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Griquas feed the scrum and the Cheetahs get the shove on, but Griquas manage to get possession and kick it away up to their 22m line!
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Griquas feed the scrum, but both front rows go up and the reset is called.
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Jordaan takes the lineout ball and then the Cheetahs spill it and Griquas look to attack from deep as Brandt knocks on, but they come back for the first infringement. Scrum Griquas 5ms from their own line
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Penalty to the Cheetahs and they opt for the lineout again 5ms from the Griquas line!
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Penalty to the Cheetahs at scrumtime!! They find touch outside the Griquas 22 and they set their attack but the Griquas defend well!!
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Scrum down to the Cheetahs after a promising Griquas attack
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Conversion is good!!
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Cheetahs attacking then Griquas turn it over and they run it back and they keep attacking and they work it to Brandt who goes in the corner with the TRY!!
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Griquas with a huge scrum and they have an advantage as they look to run it from their 22 and Kruger makes a great break into the Cheetahs half before being tackled into touch!
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Cheetahs lineout 8ms from the Griquas line and then an accidental offside gifts the Griquas a scrum!!
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Mkabela feeds and they work it in midfield looking to drag defenders on and they make meters and win a penalty for offside!
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Griquas go in vain is Francke knocks on!scrum Cheetahs
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Conversion is good!
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Griquas set the drive and they rumble over for the TRY by AJ le Roux!!
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NO TRY!! Referee comes back for the offside penalty and Whitehead opts for the corner
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Griquas win the lineout and they are attacking up to the 5m line as they are under advantage as Whitehead kicks across and it seems Brandt managed to score just in the in-goal area!! Referee checks!
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Cheetahs free kick at the lineout and they take it quickly and then knocks on as Griquas go on the attack once again and Pretorius make a good break on the wing, but his pass inside is intercepted and Petzer clears but just in his 22.
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Griquas are hot on the attack off the restart as Hendricks makes some meters and they keep the ball alive and work it into the Cheetahs 22 before a mistake and referee calls time off for replacements!
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Whitehead converts!!
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Brandt gets the kick back from Kruger and the Griquas are rampant in the Cheetahs 22 as they look to score again and have an advantage for offside and they shift it through the hands and Kruger straightens, breaks the tackle and scores his second TRY and the Bonus Point for Griquas
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Mkabela feeds and then Griquas get a shove on and win the scrum penalty as a scruffle breaks loose, but just handbag stuff as referee calms the situation and Whitehead fails to fins touch for the 2nd time and they kick back as Griquas attack from deep!!
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Cheetahs lineout outside the Griquas 22 and a mistake by Dweba as he threw to Mkabela in front and stepped back into touch and the Griquas have a lineout and they go wide, but then knocks on!
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Mkabela feeds and the Cheetahs have a good shove on and they win the penalty!!
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NO TRY!! Forward pass on the 10m line where the Cheetahs will have a scrum.
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Griquas strike back immediately as they go side to side and then a good break and pass to Kruger sees him go over in the corner, but referee checks for a forward pass!!
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Petzer converts!
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TRY to Afrika and the Cheetahs have a penalty on the restart for a high tackle by Brandt
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Griquas steal the lineout and they are hard on the attack as they shirt it wide and then it is intercepted by the Cheetahs as they recycle and they make a good break and gives the pass to Mkabela who is tackled just short and looks to have lost it, but Afrika picked it up and dotted down, but referee checks!!
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Whitehead starts the second half and Blommetjies fields and they shift it wide in their 22 as Griquas pile in, but the Cheetahs win a penalty at the ruck and Blommetjies finds a good touch in the Griquas half!

Half Time

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Penalty for offside to the Cheetahs and Petzer lines up for the shot at goal and reduces the Griquas lead to 7 and that will be halftime! See you back for the second half!!
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Mkabela feeds and the packs go down, but the ball is out and referee allows play as the Cheetahs attack from their own half and work it into the Griquas half and now up to the 22m line!!
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Meyer feeds and they take it wide, but then Brandt knocks on!
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Scrum on halfway to Griquas after a Cheetahs mistake
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Whitehead slots the penalty!!
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Another reset called and Meyer feeds and the Griquas win a penalty!!
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Whitehead finds a great touch in the Cheetahs 22 and they win the lineout rather sloppy but have possession as they are under advantage and on the attack and some sloppy olay out wide, but they come back for the penalty penalty for offside!!
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Scrum collapses and reset is called
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Griquas lose the lineout and the Cheetahs counters as the pass is knocked on and Griquas have a defensive scrum!!
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Visser sees yellow for a repeat infringement by the team
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Conversion is good!!
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Great stepping by Kruger and he finds Meyer is is tackled but they keep it alive and the ball pops up for who scores under the posts!!
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Whitehead converts!!
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Dweba overthrow and finds greef and the Cheetahs set their attack, but whitehead intercepts and gives to Francke before he is tackled and the Griquas are attacking and have a penalty that Meyer takes quickly and scores the TRY!!
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Griquas win the lineout ob halfway and they go side to side and close to the 22 as they make good ball in hand meters and look to stretch this cheetahs, but the Cheetahs win a at the breakdown!!
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Griquas with another good shove and win another scrum penalty!!
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Cheetahs maul from the 22 and the maul is sacked legally and the Griquad have the turnover!!
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Scrum down for the cheetahs in their half and it was reset before Mkabela feeds and they win a penalty!!
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Scrum down for the cheetahs in their half
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Petzer converts!!
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Cheetahs continuing the attack and building phases and they work it well before Dry gets in for another TRY!
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Petzer converts!!
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Whitehead fails to find touch as Afrika fields and they shiftbut wide and Dweba majes a break and scores!!
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NO TRY!! Petzer lost it and Griquas have a 5m defensive scrum. First scrum of the match and Meyer feeds as Griquas get the shove on and milks the penalty as Whitehead kicks, but referee brings them back for the penalty!
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Whitehead finds touch on the Cheetahs 22. They win the lineout and are attacking in the Cheetahs 22 and making good metres, but the ball is lost as Petzer breaks away and gives to Greef and Petzer gets it back and it looks as if he went over, but lost it forward!! Referee checks!
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Cheetahs lineout in the Griquas half. They go to the front and then go wide and kick ahead and kicks it forward, and gets penalized as Greef played Brandt in the air!
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Whitehead converts!!
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Griquas go for the corner and sets the maul before breaking away and set up an attack as referee signals advantage and then brings them back for the penalty for a ruck infringement! Whitehead takes it quickly and gives it to Koen who drives over for the TRY!!!
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Petzer kicks in the hands of Koortzen and he kicks back and the ball roles into in goal and the Cheetahs take the 22 drop out and Griquas attack after receiving and are in the Cheetahs 2 and referee blows a penalty as Meyer takes it quickly and advances to the 5m line and Griquas have another penalty!
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Steyn fielding the ball and they set it up before they clear to Petzer and it is a kicking battle between the 2 sides before Mkabela decides to run and the Cheetahs start attacking!
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Rasta Rasivhenge blows his whistle and Clayton Blommetjies gets us underway!!
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Prediction: Griquas are at home and they will be desperate for a win. Griquas will win by five points.
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Players to watch: For the Griquas: Tertius Kruger had a strong outing against Western Province last week despite his side going down, and scored a great individual try. If he is on song today, he could be the difference for the men from Kimberley For the Cheetahs: Ali Mgijima have grown game by game this season and have been solid with ball in hand, little offloads when it’s on and a few good breaks and he should be contained today by the Griquas if they were to record a win today
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The Griquas made wholesale changes to their side and it will be interesting to see whether this will work for them or not, whereas the Cheetahs have a fairly settled team heading into this clash
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The Cheetahs come off a hard-fought win against the Pumas last week and will look to keep winning to seal 2nd position on the log to defend their Currie cup title whilst playing 2 teams at the moment in 2 competitions.
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The Griquas haven’t always had the results on their side this season, but they have collected some big scalps in Western Province and also earlier this season, the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein and will look to upset their neighbours from Bloemfontein
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Welcome to the live coverage between the Tafel Lager Griquas and the Free State Cheetahs!!
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Free State Cheetahs
  • 1 Liam Hendricks
  • 2 Abraham Le Roux
  • 3 Stephan Kotze
  • 4 Sintu Manjezi
  • 5 Floris Pelser
  • 6 Wendal Wehr
  • 7 Sias Koen
  • 8 Conway Pretorius
  • 9 Christiaan Meyer
  • 10 George Whitehead
  • 11 Enver Brandt
  • 12 Johnathan Francke
  • 13 Tertius Kruger
  • 14 Kyle Steyn
  • 15 Adriaan Coertzen
  • 16 Marius Fourie
  • 17 Louwrens Strydom
  • 18 Wandile Putuma
  • 19 Shaun McDonald
  • 20 De Wet Kruger
  • 21 Renier Botha
  • 22 Andre Swarts
  • 1 Gert Kotze
  • 2 Joseph Dweba
  • 3 Erich de Jager
  • 4 Dennis Visser
  • 5 Carl Wegner
  • 6 Daniel Maartens
  • 7 Chris Dry
  • 8 Jasper Wiese
  • 9 Zee Mkhabela
  • 10 Robbie Petzer
  • 11 Cecil Afrika
  • 12 Lloyd Greef
  • 13 Ali Mgijima
  • 14 Vuyani Maqina
  • 15 Clayton Blommetjies
  • 16 Reinach Venter
  • 17 Andrew Kuhn
  • 18 Jeremy Jordaan
  • 19 Nicolaas Immelman
  • 20 Juan-Philip Smith
  • 21 Stephan Janse Van Rensburg
  • 22 Jacobus Jonker
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PREVIEW: Currie Cup, Round 12

Thu, 28 Sep 2017 16:57

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: The Sharks will have their sights set on cementing the top spot on the Currie Cup Premier Division log this weekend in what will be a decisive round for all six sides in action, with only two pool rounds remaining after this weekend.

The Sharks, Griquas and Pumas have only two matches left to seal their fate in the competition while the other four teams still have three matches to play.

While the Mpumalanga side have a bye this week and the KwaZulu-Natalians boast a comfortable 13-point cushion at the top of the table, their Kimberley counterparts find themselves in a tough position as they could drop out of the race even if they win both their remaining matches with bonus points.

We take a look at all the Round 12 action!

Friday, September 29:

Sharks v Golden Lions
(Kings Park, Durban - Kick-off: 19.00; 17.00 GMT)

In Durban, the Sharks will be hunting their 10th victory in a row when they host the Golden Lions, who come off three successive wins. 

They may, however, have to work hard for a win as the visitors will be equally determined to register a victory to remain in the top four on the standings.

The coastal side won the last outing between the sides in Johannesburg, but the Golden Lions won their four match-ups prior to that.

The Sharks made two changes to their team, with hooker Franco Marais replacing Mahlatse Ralepelle, who is on Springbok duty, and centre Tristan Blewett takes over from the injured Jeremy Ward, while the Golden Lions made three personnel changes, which sees lock Rhyno Herbst, No.8 Fabian Booysen and wing Aphiwe Dyanti start.

"We set goals for ourselves in this competition and are delighted to have won nine in a row," said Sharks head coach Robert du Preez.

"Despite our success, it is important that we keep our feet firmly on the ground and that there is no room for complacency going into these last two matches.
"Our emphasis is on ourselves and sticking to our game plan and what works for us.  The players know what is required of them and they love playing in front of our home crowd."

Recent results:
2017: Sharks won 47-31, Johannesburg
2016: Golden Lions won 28-16, Johannesburg
2015: Golden Lions won 26-18, Johannesburg
2015: Golden Lions won 31-16, Durban
2014: Golden Lions won 50-20, Johannesburg (semifinal)

Prediction: After their recent run, it is hard to see the Sharks slipping up at home. The Sharks will win by eight points.


Sharks: 15 Garth April, 14 Odwa Ndungane, 13 Tristan Blewett, 12 Marius Louw, 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 Franco Marais, 1 Thomas du Toit.
Replacements: 16 Armand van der Merwe, 17 Juan Schoeman, 18 Jean Droste, 19 Lubabalo Mtembu, 20 Cameron Wright, 21 Inny Radebe, 22 Rhyno Smith.

Golden Lions: 15 Jaco van der Walt, 14 Sylvian Mahuza, 13 Harold Vorster, 12 Rohan Janse van Rensburg, 11 Aphiwe Dyantyi, 10 Ashlon Davids, 9 Marco Janse van Vuren, 8 Fabian Booysen, 7 Cyle Brink, 6 Albertus Smith, 5 Marvin Orie, 4 Rhyno Herbst, 3 Jacobie Adriaanse, 2 Robbie Coetzee, 1 Jacques van Rooyen (captain).
Replacements: 16 Sithembiso Sithole, 17 Pieter Jansen, 18 Johannes Jonker, 19 Robert Kruger, 20 Len Massyn, 21 Bradley Thain, 22 Anthony Volmink/Nicolaas Hanekom.

Referee: Stuart Berry
Assistant referees: Archie Sehlako, Vusi Msibi

Saturday, September 30:

Griquas v Free State Cheetahs
(Kimberley Park, Kimberley - Kick-off: 14.00; 12.00 GMT)

Griquas will be determined to bounce back from five consecutive defeats when they host the Free State Cheetahs in Kimberley on Saturday, while the visitors will look to build on their win last week to remain in second place on the log.

Interestingly, the hosts' last victory in the tournament was against their neighbours from Bloemfontein, but the Free State Cheetahs will draw inspiration from the fact that they have only suffered two defeats against Griquas since 2011.

The Griquas team shows 10 personnel changes, six of which are among the forwards, while captain and fullback Adriaan Coertzen makes a welcome return among the backs. The Free State Cheetahs, in turn, named the same side that pipped the Pumas last week.

Recent results:
2017: Griquas won 30-25, Bloemfontein
2016: Free State Cheetahs won 63-26, Bloemfontein
2015: Free State Cheetahs won 44-24, Bloemfontein
2015: Free State Cheetahs won 31-9, Kimberley
2014: Free State Cheetahs won 36-25, Kimberley

Prediction: Griquas are at home and they will be desperate for a win. Griquas will win by five points


Griquas: 15 Adriaan Coertzen (captain), 14 Kyle Steyn, 13 Tertius Kruger, 12 Johnathan Francke, 11 Enver Brandt, 10 George Whitehead, 9 Christiaan Meyer, 8 Conway Pretorius, 7 Sias Koen, 6 Wendal Wehr, 5 Floris Pelser, 4 Sintu Manjezi, 3 Stephan Kotze, 2 Abraham Le Roux, 1 Liam Hendricks.
Replacements: 16 Marius Fourie, 17 Louwrens Strydom, 18 Wandile Putuma, 19 Shaun McDonald, 20 DeWet Kruger, 21 Renier Botha, 22 Andre Swarts.

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 Stephan Janse van Rensburg, 22 Jacobus Jonker.

Referee: Rasta Rasivhenge
Assistant referees: Mpho Matsaung and Griffin Colby
TMO: JJ Wagner

Sunday, October 1:

Blue Bulls v Western Province
(Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria - Kick-off: 14.30; 12.30 GMT)

The clash between the Blue Bulls and Western Province in Pretoria on Sunday will be equally entertaining as the hosts are under pressure to win their remaining matches after back-to-back defeats, while the visitors will want to build on their 55-point haul last week and remain in the top three on the standings.

The Capetonians won the last match between the sides, but the Blue Bulls won three of their last four matches at Loftus Versfeld, which they will want to build on. 

The clash will be particularly significant for Blue Bulls hooker Edgar Marutlulle and flyhalf Marnitz Boshoff, both of whom will earn their 50th Currie Cup caps. 

The Blue Bulls have named a new loose trio for the clash featuring Marco van Staden, Tim Agaba and Nic de Jager. 

WP coach John Dobson will announce his side on Friday.

Blue Bulls head coach John Mitchell said the quest to improve has not changed, neither did the objective within the group to improve week after week.

"We can do better in certain areas and have shown progress in others, one of which is some sort of consistency in team selection," said Mitchell. That alone should bring some calm, especially in the backs, but also improved communication in defence, an aspect that was lacking last week."

Blue Bulls captain Burger Odendaal, said the dangerous attackers in the visiting backline will be a huge challenge. 

"We will need to dominate the contact areas in order to put our backs and not theirs on the front foot. That will be crucial," Odendaal said.

Recent results:
2017: Western Province won 45-34, Cape Town
2016: Blue Bulls won 36-30, Pretoria (semifinal)
2016: Blue Bulls won 45-26, Pretoria
2015: Western Province won 23-18 (semifinal)
2015: Western Province won 29-14, Cape Town

Prediction: It will be physical in Pretoria and it will be close, but we thin Province will emerge victorious by 10 points or less


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 Nic de Jager, 7 Tim Agaba, 6 Marco van Staden, 5 Aston Fortuin, 4 Ruben van Heerden, 3 Conraad van Vuuren, 2 Edgar Marutlulle, 1 Pierre Schoeman.
Replacements: 16 Johan Grobbelaar, 17 Dayan van der Westhuizen, 18 Jano Venter, 19 Johannes Prinsloo, 20 Piet van Zyl, 21 Tony Jantjies, 22 Ulrich Beyers.

Western Province: 15 Damian Willemse, 14 Seabelo Senatla, 13 EW Viljoen, 12 Huw Jones, 11 Werner Kok, 10 Robert du Preez, 9 Jano Vermaak, 8 Nizaam Carr, 7 Cobus Wiese, 6 Jaco Coetzee, 5 John Schickerling, 4 Chris van Zyl (captain), 3 Frans van Wyk, 2 Ramone Samuels, 1 Jacobus Janse van Rensburg.
Replacements: 16 Dean Muir, 17 Allister Vermaak, 18 Wilco Louw, 19 Jan de Klerk, 20 Sikhumbuzo Notshe, 21 Dewaldt Duvenage, 22 Ruhan Nel.

Referee: Jaco van Heerden
Assistant referees: Jaco Pretorius, Egon Seconds

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Griquas run Cheetahs ragged

Sat, 30 Sep 2017 12:00

CURRIE CUP MATCH REPORT: Griquas finally moved off the bottom of the standings with a bonus-point win over central unions rivals the Free State Cheetahs in Kimberley in Saturday.

The home team held a narrow 24-17 lead at the end of a competitive first half (three tries to two), but cut loose in the second half to score five more scintillating tries and ran out 59-24 winners.

The Cheetahs remain second on the Currie Cup log, but will slip to third if Western Province beat the Blue Bulls at Loftus on Sunday.

If the Bulls win, Griquas will slips back to the last place on the standings.

The 35-7 margin of the second half is testimony to just how the hosts dominated after the break.

Cheetahs' lack of discipline - two yellow cards - certainly did not help their cause either.

The Cheetahs actually held a 14-7 lead at the end of the first quarter and drew levels (24-all) early in the second half.

However, in the last half-hour the home team score 35 unanswered points - five tries.

Griquas are still last, but will take a lot of confidence from this performance, even it if came against weakened opposition. Centre Tertius Kruger and wing Kyle Steyn, in particular, were superb.

The hosts dominated the opening exchanges of this match, and signalled their attacking intentions when they kicked a penalty to touch in search of a try. When they were awarded another penalty, George Whitehead made as if he was going for touch again, but instead took a quick tap and put Sias Koen over for a converted try.

An excellent counter-attack from inside Free State's 22 should have resulted in a try at the other end of the field, but Robbie Petzer knocked over the line. It didn't prove too costly, though, as Joseph Dweba picked up the ball from the back of a ruck soon after and raced away for his first Currie Cup try.

The visitors struck again in the 15th minute when a sustained attack finished with Petzer running around a defender and passing inside to Chris Dry.

Griquas responded with two converted tries in quick succession to take a 21-14 lead.

First, Christiaan Meyer took a quick penalty tap and darted over to score. Then, Kruger broke away from inside his half, found Meyer and regained possession. The outside centre was tackled just short of the line, but able to pop a pass to Wendal Wehr.

Dennis Visser then paid the price for repeated Free State infringements when he was yellow-carded, but the teams only exchanged penalties while he was off the field.

It took the Cheetahs' just over two minutes of the second half to level the scores. Mthokozisi Mkhabela was high tackled short of the line, lost the ball backwards and Cecil Afrika picked it up to score.

Kruger then had a try ruled out by the TMO, but the midfielder did get his side's bonus-point try in the 50th minute to make it 31-24.

Abraham le Roux went over from a line-out driving maul, and when Enver Brandt had the pace to evade Afrika, the hosts were out to a 21-point lead with 13 minutes remaining.

Griquas weren't done yet, though, with late tries from Pretorius and Adriaan Coertzen wrapping up a convincing win.

Man of the match: You can take your pick from about 20 players in the two teams. Our stand-outs were Adriaan Coertzen, Tertius Kruger and Chris Dry - to name but a few. However, we feel Griquas flyhalf George Whitehead was the general that directed the troops best when it mattered most.

The scorers:

For Griquas:
 Koen, Meyer, Wehr, Kruger, Le Roux, Brandy, Pretorius, Coertzen
Cons: Whitehead 5, Swarts 3
Pens: Whitehead

For the Free State Cheetahs:
 Dweba, Dry, Afrika
Cons: Petzer 3
Pens: Petzer

Yellow card: Dennis Visser (Free State Cheetahs, 28 - repeated infringements, offside at the breakdown), Nicolaas Immelman (Free State Cheetahs, 79 - foul play, hitting opponent in the face)


Griquas: 15 Adriaan Coertzen (captain), 14 Kyle Steyn, 13 Tertius Kruger, 12 Johnathan Francke, 11 Enver Brandt, 10 George Whitehead, 9 Christiaan Meyer, 8 Conway Pretorius, 7 Sias Koen, 6 Wendal Wehr, 5 Floris Pelser, 4 Sintu Manjezi, 3 Stephan Kotze, 2 Abraham Le Roux, 1 Liam Hendricks.
Replacements: 16 Marius Fourie, 17 Louwrens Strydom, 18 Wandile Putuma, 19 Shaun McDonald, 20 DeWet Kruger, 21 Renier Botha, 22 Andre Swarts.

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 Stephan Janse van Rensburg, 22 Jacobus Jonker.

Referee: Rasta Rasivhenge
Assistant referees: Mpho Matsaung and Griffin Colby
TMO: JJ Wagner

Sias Koen (4min), Christiaan Meyer (24min), Wendal Wehr (26min), Tertius Kruger (50min), Abraham Le Roux (57min), Enver Brandt (66min), Conway Pretorius (77min), and Adriaan Coertzen (80min)
Joseph Dweba (11min), Chris Dry (14min), and Cecil Afrika (42min)
George Whitehead (5min), George Whitehead (25min), George Whitehead (27min), George Whitehead (51min), George Whitehead (58min), Andre Swarts (67min), Andre Swarts (77min), and Andre Swarts (80min)
Robbie Petzer (12min), Robbie Petzer (15min), and Robbie Petzer (43min)
George Whitehead (34min)
Robbie Petzer (40min)
Dennis Visser (28min) and Nicolaas Immelman (79min)
VENUE Kimberley
REFEREE Rasta Rasivhenge