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Currie Cup | Durban
13:00 (GMT) | 14-10-2017
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Bosch puts it over for 2 points. FULL TIME
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The Sharks finally make it through after fighting for it at the 5. April creates the space for Kobus Van Wyk to scurry over the line and pull one back
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Scrum at the 5 again
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Scrum taken and they maneuver inside the 5 and look to be over the line but the referee blows for another Sharks penalty
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The hosts win a penalty in front of the sticks and opt for a scrum
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The Sharks are driven back but manage to slip through the middle and they break to the 5 of the visitors
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The hosts move the ball up and down the 22 looking for a gap to exploit
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They move it forward and win another scrum inside the 22
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Scrum to the Sharks around the half way after the reset
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Another 2 points added by the WP flyhalf
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WP have a throw inside the Sharks half after the reset. They take it and move forward with serious intent. They power through and Schickerling is the man who bags the 5 points as he slides over the line. TRY
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Du Preez adds the extras
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Duvenage gets it and scoots over the line with no contest to score WP's third TRY
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WP moving the ball around the 22 looking for space. They progress closer to the 5
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Scrum reset
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Scrum to the hosts around the mid field
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Robert Du Preez does the same and now the Sharks have a 22 meter restart
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The ball kicked back and forth and April overcooks his kick as he sends it to the try area
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The Sharks gift WP a penalty at the away team 5 with some sloppy play at the ruck
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Line-out to the Sharks at the 22 this time. They carry forward inside the 22 after being pushed back
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Line-out taken and the visitors have the ball. The ball is cleared
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Line-out after the reset and the Sharks win a penalty. Bosch kicks into touch outside the 5
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Du Preez adds 2 more points with the conversion
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WP break after the scrum and Robert Du Preez is the man that finds the space and links up with Senatla and Coetzee to go all the way and put WP ahead. TRY
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Scrum to WP at their 22
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The ball lost forward in contact after the reset
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The WP flyhalf adds the extras
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Robert Du Preez gets it as the ball goes towards the sticks and slips through a gap and tumbles over the line to score WP's first TRY
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Scrum reset
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Scrum to the away team at the 5 of the Sharks
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April clears after the throw and WP come again
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WP have it again at their 10. They struggle to make it into the home team half. Robert Du Preez kicks forward into touch at the 5 of the hosts
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WP have a line-out inside their 10. They kick forward
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Both teams booting it back and forth now
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Scrum to the Sharks and they win a penalty from the scrum. Bosch kicks it forward
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Penalty to the hosts around their 10
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WP take it out the back and make some ground but the referee calls play back as they loose their advantage. Du Preez kicks it into touch for WP outside the home team 22
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Scrum to the visitors at their 10 now
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The Sharks win a penalty inside their half and kick into touch at the away team 10
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The second half is underway

Half Time

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Bosch looks for a drop goal as the hooter sounds and the referee refers to the TMO and says 3 points. HALF TIME
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The ball is lost at the last and cleared by Robert Du Preez. Line-out to the home team at the 10 of the away team
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The Sharks making their way forward with good confidence now as they edge to the 5
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Scrum reset
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Scrum to the hosts at the half way
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Scrum reset. WP working their way out of their 10 with some trouble
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Scrum to the visitors at their 10
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Willemse takes the ball after a boot forward and shows a little bit of footwork as he escapes his 22
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The referee refers to the TMO for earlier infringements and awards the hosts a penalty from the half way. He takes his kick from 54 meters and sends it just wide
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The ball is ran to the half way but the visitors turnover and start their attack from the mid field
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The ball changing hands at the 5 of the Sharks until the hosts break free of the danger zone
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The ball is kicked into touch for a 5 meter throw
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Another penalty to the away team as the hosts break down the maul
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The hosts give away a penalty in the scrum and WP kick into touch at the 5
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Bosch kicks it straight into touch from the reset and the visitors have a 22 meter scrum
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He takes his kick and sends it wide
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The Sharks give away a penalty and Du Preez prepares for another shot at goal
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The ball sent to and fro. Finally it dies in touch and WP have a half way line throw
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Scrum taken and the Sharks clear
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WP making good ground with the maul and they make it inside the 5. The ball is knocked forward and the Sharks have a scrum at their 5
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Penalty to the visitors at the 22 and the ball is kicked into touch around the 5 of the home team
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April boots it into touch with a poor kick. Line-out to the visitors at the half way
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The ball being kicked back and forth now
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The visitors have it at their 10 now. They kick forward and followup putting the hosts under pressure
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The ball put down for a 22 meter reset by the away team
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The Sharks on the defence now and they clear. Du Preez sends it back and the hosts have a throw at the half way
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He takes the kick and puts it over for 3 points
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The referee sounds his whistle for a penalty to the visitors. Du Preez lines up a kick at goal
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WP on the attack now after reset. The visitors not making much ground inside the home team half
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Bosch puts it over for 3 points
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Bosch lines up for a kick at goal from the half way
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WP look to push into the home team half but give away a penalty at the half way
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Penalty to the visitors at their 5 and Du Preez boots it into touch at his 10
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WP on the defence after the reset kick. They clear and form the defensive line again. The hosts win a penalty and Bosch puts it into touch at the 5 again
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Bosch puts it over for 2 extra points
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The home team win a penalty and Bosch kicks into touch at the 5. They manage to make some ground with the maul. They move it further up to the posts and Louw is there on the followup. TRY
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The ball lost forward in contact as the Sharks move to the 22 of WP. Scrum to the visitors
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The Sharks on the attack early on after the reset but loose out on a cross kick. The ball is cleared into touch for a home team throw at the 10 of the away team
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The referee gets the game underway
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The players readying themselves to leave the locker rooms now
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The only change to the Sharks run-on team is the return of centre Lukhanyo Am in place of Tristan Blewett, while the bench has been boosted by Springboks Chiliboy Ralepelle and Jean-Luc du Preez.
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The home team pipped Province 21-20 in Cape Town earlier in the season, meaning it could be a nail-biting clash.
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The KwaZulu-Natalians have had a solid season and are currently on a winning run of 10 matches, while the opposition comes off a disappointing defeat against the Golden Lions, which they will be determined to bounce back from to ensure that they finish in the top four and find their rhythm ahead of the knock-out stages.
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Western Province
START LINE UP
  • 1 Thomas Du Toit
  • 2 Franco Marais
  • 3 Ross Geldenhuys
  • 4 Tyler Paul
  • 5 Ruan Botha
  • 6 Keegan Daniel
  • 7 Jacques Vermeulen
  • 8 Daniel du Preez
  • 9 Michael Claassens
  • 10 Curwin Bosch
  • 11 Sibusiso Nkosi
  • 12 Marius Louw
  • 13 Lukhanyo Am
  • 14 Odwa Ndungane
  • 15 Garth April
RESERVES
  • 16 Mahlatse Ralepelle
  • 17 Juan Schoeman
  • 18 Jean Droste
  • 20 Lubabalo Mtembu
  • 21 Louis Schrueder
  • 22 Tristan Blewett
  • 23 Jacobus Van Wyk
START LINE UP
  • 1 JC Janse van Rensburg
  • 2 Bongi Mbonambi
  • 3 Wilco Louw
  • 4 Chris van Zyl
  • 5 JD Schickerling
  • 6 Jaco Coetzee
  • 7 Cobus Wiese
  • 8 Nizaam Carr
  • 9 Dewaldt Duvenage
  • 10 Robert du Preez
  • 11 Dillyn Leyds
  • 12 Ruhan Nel
  • 13 Huw Jones
  • 14 Seabelo Senatla
  • 15 Damian Willemse
RESERVES
  • 16 Ramone Samuels
  • 17 Caylib Oosthuizen
  • 18 Jan de Klerk
  • 20 Jacobus van Dyk
  • 21 Justin Phillips
  • 22 Werner Kok
  • 23 EW Viljoen
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PREVIEW: Currie Cup, Round 14

Thu, 12 Oct 2017 14:16

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: The Currie Cup Premier Division semifinal race will come to a dramatic end this weekend as five teams battle it out for three remaining play-off spots, with a number of potential scenarios to spice up the weekend.

To add to the competitive nature of the round, spectators will see the return to action of several Springboks involved in the recently completed Rugby Championship.

The Sharks are guaranteed of hosting one of the semifinals next week after earning the top position on the log, while Western Province, the Free State Cheetahs, the Golden Lions and Blue Bulls will go head-to-head for the other home semifinal as the competition reaches the business end. 

The Pumas are also still in the running to finish in the top four, although they will have to travel if they do manage that.

Western Province, who are currently in second place on the log, may need only a victory in Durban achieve this feat as they boast a one-point cushion and a comprehensive points' difference over the third-placed Free State Cheetahs, but this would require toppling log-leaders the Sharks in Durban. A defeat, in turn, could dash their semifinal aspirations completely.

The Golden Lions, meanwhile, will host the Free State Cheetahs in Johannesburg in the final pool match on Saturday, meaning these teams will know exactly what they need to do to finish in second place and in the top four respectively by the time they take to the field. 

We take a look at all the Round 14 action!

Friday, October 13:

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

The Blue Bulls and Pumas will kick off the round in Pretoria on Friday and both sides will be desperate for a victory to stay in contention for a play-off spot, as a defeat without a bonus point for either Western Province, the Free State Cheetahs or Golden Lions could see the winning team through to the top four.

The Mpumalanga side won only one of the last six fixtures between the teams, with that victory being a morale-boosting 51-15 victory in August, which is sure to inspire the visitors.

The Blue Bulls named an unchanged starting side for the clash, with the only new face among the replacements being Travis Ismaiel, who replaces the concussed Ulrich Beyers.

The Pumas, meanwhile, made five personnel changes, most of which were injury-enforced, which sees fullback Gerrit Smit, wing Selom Gavor, flanks Chris Cloete and Nardus van der Walt, and lock Jannie Stander earn starts.

"They Pumas are still in contention to make it into the semis and also have everything to play for. This will make for a very competitive match," said Blue Bulls coach John Mitchell. 

Blue Bulls captain Burger Odendaal agrees.

"They gave us a good hiding when we played them earlier in the season, but that was the start of the turn-around for us. We are confident that we are progressing into a competitive squad and that we can put together the performance needed to stay in the competition. It will be nice if we can have a decent crowd to spur us on as well," Odendaal said.

Recent results:
2017: Pumas won 51-15, Nelspruit
2016: Blue Bulls won 41-14, Nelspruit
2015: Blue Bulls won 25-24, Nelspruit
2014: Blue Bulls won 37-6, Nelspruit

Prediction: The Pumas will fancy their chances after smashing the Bulls earlier in the tournament. However, the Bulls are at home this time and they have improved since then. The Bulls will win by 12 points.

Teams:

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 Matthys Basson, 18 Jano Venter, 19 Johannes Prinsloo, 20 Piet van Zyl, 21 Tony Jantjies, 22 Travis Ismaiel.

Pumas: 15 Gerrit Smit; 14 Selom Gavor, 13 Jerome Pretorius, 12 Hennie Skorbinski, 11 Ruwellyn Isbel; 10 Kobus Marais, 9 Stefan Ungerer; 8 Willie Engelbrecht, 7 Nardus van der Walt, 6 Chris Cloete, 5 Hugo Kloppers, 4 Jannie Stander, 3 Pieter Scholtz, 2 Marko Janse van Rensburg, 1 Khwezi Mona.
Replacements: 16 Frankie Herne, 17 De-Jay Terblanche, 18 Cameron Lindsay, 19 Hilton Lobberts, 20 Francois Kleinhans, 21 Reynier van Rooyen, 22 Gerrie Labuschagne.

Referee: Marius van der Westhuizen
Assistant referees: Egon Seconds, Jaco Pretorius
TMO: Lesego Legoete

Saturday, October 14:

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

The action will continue at Kings Park on Saturday where the Sharks take on Western Province, and while the home team will be determined to build winning momentum after a bye last week, the visitors will give everything to book a home semifinal.

The KwaZulu-Natalians have had a solid season and are currently on a winning run of 10 matches, while the opposition comes off a disappointing defeat against the Golden Lions, which they will be determined to bounce back from to ensure that they finish in the top four and find their rhythm ahead of the knock-out stages.

The home team pipped Province 21-20 in Cape Town earlier in the season, meaning it could be a nail-biting clash.

The only change to the Sharks run-on team is the return of centre Lukhanyo Am in place of Tristan Blewett, while the bench has been boosted by Springboks Chiliboy Ralepelle and Jean-Luc du Preez.

Western Province welcomed back Springbok wing Dillyn Leyds and prop Wilco Louw to their starting line-up, with the only other change being the inclusion of flank Jaco Coetzee in the loose trio.

"The last thing you want to do is go into a semifinal having lost the last game, but for us, winning isn't all we’re focussing on, but rather, getting better from two weeks ago when we played the Lions," explains Sharks wing Odwa Ndungane. 

"We want to make sure we keep improving. We already have a guaranteed home semifinal, so there isn't any pressure on us this weekend, but we want to go out and play well, to keep improving."

Meanwhile, Western Province captain Chris van Zyl says they that will be looking to put in a better performance against the Sharks this time.

"I think we have learned quite alot from that specific game here at Newlands," said Van Zyl.

"The one thing that was poor that day was our general game management - playing too much in our own half and also our kicking game lacked a bit there and they dominated us territorially."

Recent results:
2017: Sharks won 21-20, Cape Town
2016: Western Province won 34-27, Cape Town
2015: Western Province won 37-27, Durban
2014: Sharks won 28-20, Cape Town

Prediction: WP will be going all out to get an important victory, but the Sharks have been in good form all season and they are at home. The Sharks will win by five points or less.

Teams:

Sharks: 15 Garth April, 14 Odwa Ndungane, 13 Lukhanyo Am, 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 Mahlatse Ralepelle, 17 Juan Schoeman, 18 Jean Droste, 19 Jean-Luc du Preez, 20 Louis Schreuder, 21 Tristan Blewett, 22 Jacobus van Wyk.

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

Referee: Jaco Peyper
Assistant referees: Stuart Berry, Archie Sehlako
TMO: Willie Vos

Golden Lions v Free State Cheetahs
(Ellis Park, Johannesburg - Kick-off: 17.15; 15.15 GMT)

The grand finale to the pool stages between the Golden Lions and Free State Cheetahs in Johannesburg on Saturday is expected to be equally thrilling.

The Free Stater's have won the last three outings between the sides, which included a narrow 30-24 victory against the Gauteng outfit in August, but they lost the three matches prior to that, which will boost the home team's confidence.

The Golden Lions bolstered their team with Springboks as they recalled fullback Andries Coetzee, wing Courtnall Skosan and scrumhalf Ross Cronje among six personnel changes to the starting team, while hooker Malcolm Marx has been named on the bench following the conclusion of the Rugby Championship.

The Free State Cheetahs made wholesale changes to their side with Pro14 coach, Rory Duncan, resuming the head coaching duties as the European competition enjoy a two weeks break, which sees hooker Torsten van Jaarsveld lead the side, Springbok Raymond Rhule start at fullback and Springbok Sevens playmaker Rosko Specman on the wing.  

Lions head coach Swys de Bruin believes the Pro14 would have had a positive effect on the Cheetahs heading into Saturday's clash. 

"The fact that they [Cheetahs] played Pro14 counts in their favour," said De Bruin.

"They played different brands of rugby. I must say it is a very interesting that you can play in two competitions, Pro14 and Currie Cup. If they make the Currie Cup Final, they will have to back their next best again because then they are playing Pro14 again, so it is a very interesting."

Meanwhile, it is all systems go for the current Currie Cup Champions in defending the title.

"This is an extremely important game for the Free State Cheetahs. We will be pushing as hard as we can to get results," said Duncan. 

Captain Torsten van Jaarsveld added: "We aim to perform to the standard that we played in Pro14." 

Recent results:
2017: Free State Cheetahs won 30-24, Bloemfontein
2016: Free State Cheetahs won 55-17, Bloemfontein (semifinal)
2016: Free State Cheetahs won 37-29, Bloemfontein
2015: Golden Lions won 43-33, Johannesburg

Prediction: The Golden Lions have a number of Springboks back and they will be tough to beat. However, the Cheetahs players have been playing tough Pro14 matches and they had to lift their game. The Cheetahs will win this by seven points or less.

Teams:

Golden Lions: 15 Andries Coetzee, 14 Aphiwe Dyantyi, 13 Rohan Janse van Rensburg, 12 Harold Vorster, 11 Courtnall Skosan, 10 Jaco van der Walt, 9 Ross Cronje, 8 Albertus Smith, 7 Cyle Brink, 6 Len Massyn, 5 Marvin Orie, 4 Andries Ferreira, 3 Jacobie Adriaanse, 2 Robbie Coetzee, 1 Jacques van Rooyen.
Replacements: 16 Malcolm Marx, 17 Dylan Smith, 18 Rhyno Herbst, 19 Robert Kruger/Hacjivah Dayimani, 20 Marco Jansen van Vuren, 21 Ashlon Davids, 22 Sylvian Mahuza.

Free State Cheetahs: 15 Raymond Rhule, 14 Rosko Specman, 13 Nico Lee, 12 William Small-Smith, 11 Makazole Mapimpi, 10 Ernst Stapelberg, 9 Tian Meyer, 8 Teboho Mohoje, 7 Henco Venter, 6 Paul Schoeman, 5 Reniel Hugo, 4 Justin Basson, 3 Johan Coetzee, 2 Torsten van Jaarsveld (captain), 1 Charles Marais.
Replacements: 16 Retshegofaditswe Nche, 17 Jacques du Toit, 18 Rynier Bernardo, 19 Junior Pokomela, 20 Shaun Venter, 21 Ali Mgijima, 22 Luther Obi.

Referee: Rasta Rasivhenge
Assistant referees: AJ Jacobs, Stephan Geldenhuys
TMO: Johan Greeff

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Du Preez beats his dad ... again

Sat, 14 Oct 2017 13:00

CURRIE CUP MATCH REPORT: Robert du Preez junior scored 21 points as Western Province upset the Sharks 31-20 in Durban on Saturday.

The result ensures WP finishes second on the standings and will host one of the two semifinals - at Newlands next week.

It is also another win for Du Preez - who scored two tries, four conversions and a penalty - over a team coached by his father, Robert du Preez senior.

Junior has only ever lost once, a one-point defeat at Newlands earlier this season, against a team coached by senior.

Having trailed 3-13 at half-time, Western Province showed incredible character to fight back and secure what was ultimately a comfortable bonus-point win against the table-topping Sharks - who had won their 10 previous games.

The hosts were first to score at Kings Park with a try from centre Marius Louw, which was followed up by a penalty from flyhalf Curwin Bosch to give them a 10-0 lead.

Western Province got on the scoreboard with a penalty from flyhalf Rob du Preez, but those would be their only points of the first half, with a Bosch dropgoal giving the Sharks a 10-point advantage at the break.

Western Province came out in a determined mood in the second half and they soon got some reward as Du Preez scored two tries, both under the poles, in quick succession to give them the lead.

They were not done there, however, as first scrumhalf Dewaldt Duvenage darted over before lock John Schickerling secured the bonus point by barging over the line.

The Sharks scored a late try from wing Kobus van Wyk, but it was not enough to make a difference to the result as Western Province claimed a vital away win which sees them take some important momentum into the play-offs.

Man of the match: Garth April was stead at fullback for the Sharks, while Daniel du Preez and Jacques Vermeulen worked hard - with Daniel du Preez the most productive of the Sharks players. John Schickerling, as usual, was the spark in the Western Province pack. However, the undoubted match-winner was WP flyhalf Robert du Preez - who had some great moments with the ball in hand, including two sublime tries, and directed the show well from flyhalf.

The scorers:

For the Sharks:
Tries:
 Louw, Van Wyk
Cons: Bosch 2
Pen: Bosch
DG: Bosch

For Western Province:
Tries:
 R du Preez 2, Duvenage, Schickerling
Cons: R du Preez 4
Pen: R du Preez

Teams:

Sharks: 15 Garth April, 14 Odwa Ndungane, 13 Lukhanyo Am, 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 Mahlatse Ralepelle, 17 Juan Schoeman, 18 Jean Droste, 19 , 20 Louis Schreuder, 21 Tristan Blewett, 22 Jacobus van Wyk.

Western Province: 15 Damian Willemse, 14 Seabelo Senatla, 13 Huw Jones, 12 Ruhan Nel, 11 Dillyn Leyds, 10 Robert du Preez, 9 Dewaldt Duvenage, 8 Nizaam Carr, 7 Cobus Wiese, 6 Jaco Coetzee, 5 John Schickerling, 4 Chris van Zyl (captain), 3 Wilco Louw, 2 Mbongeni Mbonambi, 1 Jacobus Janse van Rensburg.
Replacements: 16 Ramone Samuels, 17 Caylib Oosthuizen, 18 Jan de Klerk, 19 Kobus can Dyk, 20 Justin Phillips, 21 Werner Kok, 22 EW Viljoen.

Referee: Jaco Peyper
Assistant referees: Stuart Berry, Archie Sehlako
TMO: Willie Vos

Picture: Wayne Seagreen

Marius Louw (3min) and Jacobus Van Wyk (79min)
TRIES
Robert du Preez (53min), Robert du Preez (57min), Dewaldt Duvenage (68min), and JD Schickerling (70min)
Curwin Bosch (5min) and Curwin Bosch (80min)
CONVERSIONS
Robert du Preez (54min), Robert du Preez (58min), Robert du Preez (69min), and Robert du Preez (71min)
Curwin Bosch (10min)
PENALTIES
Robert du Preez (13min)
 
PENALTY TRIES
Curwin Bosch (40min)
DROP GOALS
 
 
 
VENUE Durban
REFEREE Jaco Peyper