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Free State Cheetahs

Currie Cup | Newlands
13:00 (GMT) | 09-09-2017
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Stapelberg adds the extras
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The siren sounds as the ball is put into the scrum . Province looks to attack but ball is turned over. The Cheetahs manages to scrape together an attack and Van der Merwe goes over for the try
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The Cheetahs wins a penalty at the scrum and looks to tap it quick and run but the ball is lost forward in contact. Province scrum inside their own 22
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Scrum reset
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Province clears with a kick and Cheetahs fields it and looks to attack. Penalty awarded to the away team and they look to tap it quick. The ball is lost forward and Province wins a scrum on their own 22
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Both teams looking to attack after the restart. Province scrum deep inside their own half
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Stapelberg adds the extras
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After the restart the Cheetahs manages to win the ball back and Maartens runs over for a try
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Du Preez adds the extras
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Province scrum on the Cheetahs 5 and Notshe goes over for a try
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After the restart Province wins a scrum. The Cheetahs is penalized at scrum time. Province opts for touch and they look to attack wide
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Du Preez adds the extras
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Scrum reset as Duvenage looks to feed. A powerful scrum by the Province forwards sees Jaco Coetzee go over for his 2nd try of the afternoon
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Penalty won by Province right in front of goal and they opt for the scrum
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The Cheetahs clears with a kick and Province looks to run it back. Province wins a penalty and opts for touch. They look to maul but their momentum is stopped so they shift it wide
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Province scrum close to the 50. they look to attack with a grubber kick but the touch line wins the race. Cheetahs line-out close to their own 5
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Province wins the ball back and they look to attack before the ball is lost forward and the Cheetahs make use of the advantage
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The Cheetahs wins a penalty at the line-out and opts for touch. Touch found just over their own 22
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After the restart both teams look to attack. Province scrum inside the Cheetahs half and they look to attack wide but Nel is tackled into touch
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Du Preez adds the extras
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Province looks to maul but is shacked.The ball pops out for Samuels and he goes over for his 2nd try of the day
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Another penalty awartded to the home team and again they opt for touch
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Province goes wide but runs out of space and Kok looks to bring it back in field. The Cheetahs wins a penalty and opts for touch but they fail to find touch as the Western Province looks to counter through the midfield. They find some space and wins a penalty on the Cheetahs's 5. Province opts for touch and looks to maul
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The Cheetahs look to attack but their struggles of holding onto the ball continues as the ball is lost forward. Province scrum close to the oppositions 10
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Province looking to shift the ball wide after the line-out. The Cheetahs defense holds strong. Province finds space wide but Samuels fails to hang on to the ball this time round. Cheetahs scrum as the pressure is relieved
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Province looking to attack wide and they find some space before the Cheetahs wins ball back and clears into touch
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Cheetahs line-out close to the halfway line. The ball is lost forward and Province wins a scrum.
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Province gets the 2nd half on the way with a deep kick-off and the Cheetahs look to clear.

Half Time

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The Cheetahs look to attack the blind as the siren sounds and the ball is kicked into touch. That's the end of a very dominating Province 1st half
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After the line-out the Western Province look to bash it over the try line. Wilco Louw again drives low again and the try is awarded but the Ref goes upstairs and his decision is over turned. Knock on. Cheetahs scrum on their own 5.
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Western Province doing well to hold on to their ball and playing phase after phase.The ball goes into touch
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They look to put it up in the middle before shifting it wide to Kok who finds some space wide but gets tackled
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Province wins a scrum penalty and opts for touch. Touch found close to their 10
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The Cheetahs wins another penalty 8m from the try line and they opt for touch. They look to maul but gets shacked. The ball is lost forward as the Cheetahs look to shift it. Province scrum on their own 5
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The Cheetahs kicks deep and looks to apply pressure as. Chris Dry wins a penalty on the ground and they opt for touch
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Willemse fails to add the extras
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Province opt for touch as they look to maul it from 20m away. Province edging close to the try line as the forwards look to bash it over. Wilco Luuw powers his way over try line as he drives low
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After the restart the Cheetahs win a scrum inside the home teams half. The away team wins a free kick and taps it quick looking to catch the Province defense off guard but they hold strong and win a penalty on the halfway line
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Willemse fails to add the extras
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After the restart Western Province is back on the attack, finding space wide and Jones goes over for a try
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Willemse fails to add the extras
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Province finding some rhythm and after some beautiful hands and offloads sticking, JD Schickerling goes over for a try
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After the restart the home team clears and the Cheetahs look to run it but they lose the ball forward
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Willemse adds the extras
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Handling errors from both teams but both teams look to make use of the advantage law. The Cheetahs go wide but the ball is lost forward into the hands of Jaco Coetzee who runs straight through for a try
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The Cheetahs with ball in hand and they look to make use of the boot but Kok is there to field it and Barry clears with a kick.
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After the restart the Cheetahs apply pressure and wins a line-out inside the Province half but they make meal of it and the home looks to attack wide as Nel gets tackled into touch
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Willemse kicks another beauty as the ball goes sailing through the middle
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After the restart the Cheetahs wins the ball back and looks to attack. Province retains the ball and Kok finds space through the middle before he is tracked down. The ball goes wide and Barry finds space and goes over in the corner
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Willemse adds the extras
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After the scrum the home team looks to run at goal. Willimse stepping in the midfield and creating some space. After some beautiful hands by Nel, Samuels manages to hold on to the ball and score
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A handling error by Province on the attack sees the away team win a scrum close to the home team's 22. A powerful scrum by the Province forwards sees them win the ball and they look to attack wide. Nel finds space wide and puts a chip kick through.The ball is knocked on by the Cheetahs
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An intercept by Nel sees possesion change hand and the home team looks to attack but the ball is lost forward. Cheetahs scrum close to their own try line and they look to clear
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Referee AJ Jacobs blows his whistle to get the game on the way and the Cheetahs kicks it deep. Province go wide and looks to attack before Vermaak clears with a box kick. The Cheetahs with ball in hand and looks to attack the blind.
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The toss is done and the players do their final preparations before taking to the field in what promises to be a good game of running rugby
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Players to look out for in the Western Province team would have to be Huw Jones, Damian Willemse and Nizaam Carr while the Free State Cheetahs will expect strong performances by Theo Stapelberg, Juan-Philip Smith and Chris Dry if they want win this game
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Western Province and the Free State Cheetahs will look to get their campaigns back on track after defeats last week, while the hosts will have the added incentive of earning their first win in four matches against the Bloemfontein side. The Capetonians, however, won three of their last four matches at Newlands prior to their home defeat last season, which will inspire them. Western Province prop Alistair Vermaak will earn his 50th cap as he returns to the starting line-up in one of five changes, which also sees Jano Vermaak back from Springbok duty and BlitzBok star Werner Kok included in the starting team. The Free State Cheetahs, in turn, made only two changes to their starting XV with Ernst Stapelberg named at flyhalf and Marco Mason at fullback. Despite the Cheetahs fielding an under-strength side for the fixture due to Pro14 commitments, Province captain Chris van Zyl believes it will be a mistake to take them lightly.
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Welcome to Cape Town, Newlands, where the Western Province will take on the Free State Cheetahs in this Currie Cup fixture
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Western Province
Free State Cheetahs
START LINE UP
  • 1 Alistair Vermaak
  • 2 Ramone Samuels
  • 3 Wilco Louw
  • 4 Chris van Zyl
  • 5 JD Schickerling
  • 6 Jaco Coetzee
  • 7 Cobus Wiese
  • 8 Nizaam Carr
  • 9 Jano Vermaak
  • 10 Damian Willemse
  • 11 Ruhan Nel
  • 12 Huw Jones
  • 13 EW Viljoen
  • 14 Werner Kok
  • 15 Craig Barry
RESERVES
  • 16 Chad Solomon
  • 17 Michael Kumbirai
  • 18 Sikhumbuzo Notshe
  • 19 Kobus van Dyk
  • 20 Dewaldt Duvenage
  • 21 Robert du Preez
  • 22 Dan Kriel
START LINE UP
  • 1 Gert Kotze
  • 2 Reinach Venter
  • 3 Luan De Bruin
  • 4 Nicolaas Immelman
  • 5 Dennis Visser
  • 6 Junior Pokomela
  • 7 Chris Dry
  • 8 Jasper Wiese
  • 9 Juan-Philip Smith
  • 10 Theo Stapelberg
  • 11 Luther Obi
  • 12 Stephan Janse Van Rensburg
  • 13 Jacobus Jonker
  • 14 Carel Jan Coetzee
RESERVES
  • 15 Marco Mason
  • 16 Marnus van der Merwe
  • 17 Andrew Kuhn
  • 18 Sibabalo Qoma
  • 19 Daniel Maartens
  • 20 Fifi Rampeta
  • 21 Dian Badenhorst
  • 22 Ryno Eksteen
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PREVIEW: Currie Cup, Round Nine

Thu, 07 Sep 2017 17:52

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: The Sharks will hunt their seventh successive Currie Cup victory – a feat they last achieved in 2010 – when they travel to Nelspruit to take on the Pumas on Friday as the competition enters the ninth round.

The Sharks are currently on top of the standings with six wins from seven matches.

In Round Nine's other matches, the Golden Lions travel to Kimberley to take on Griquas on Friday and on Saturday Western Province host the Free State Cheetahs at Newlands.

The Blue Bulls have a bye in Round Nine.

We take a look at all the Round Nine action!

Friday, September 8:

Pumas v Sharks 
(Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit - Kick-off: 17.00; 15.00)

The KwaZulu-Natalians, who leaped to the top of the table last weekend, have been in fine form this season, with their only defeat so far in the opening round of the competition against the Free State Cheetahs.
 
They will, however, face a determined Pumas outfit looking to return to winning ways after being pipped by one point last week. The Sharks won the last three matches between the sides, which included a 29-0 victory in the second round.
 
But the Pumas emerged victorious in Nelspruit in 2014 and 2015, which will boost their confidence. The Lowvelders have made five changes to their team for this match, which includes the return of fullback Justin van Staden to the starting XV, while prop De-Jay Terblanche will achieve a special milestone as he plays his 170th match for the union.
The Sharks welcome back Springbok flyhalf Curwin Bosch in one of four changes to the starting team, with the others being the inclusion of props Thomas du Toit and Ross Geldenhuys in the front row and Garth April at fullback.

"Being top of the log at this stage is pleasing and it is due reward for the effort and character shown by our players over the last few weeks," said Sharks head coach Robert du Preez.

"There is no time for complacency though and we need to ensure that we carry the momentum from our six wins on the trot into this tough fortnight fixtures.
 
"The Pumas are a good side and showed just how dangerous they can be last week against the Golden Lions. Playing them in Nelspruit will be a tough challenge, but our players are motivated though and want to retain our winning ways."

Pumas head coach Brent Janse van Rensburg knows that his side will be up against a stern defence at Kings Park.

"This week poses a challenge - it is a very good Sharks team," said Janse van Rensburg. "They are a team that is very good in the set piece. They scored a lot of tries from their set piece as well as from turnover ball. Defensively they are very good. They only conceded 17 tries in the competition thus far.

"They are really abrasive in the collision, they can keep you out so it is very important that we execute our plan well and make sure that we don't give them opportunities to launch their play from set pieces."

Recent results:
2017: Sharks won 29-0, Durban
2016: Sharks won 33-10, Nelspruit
2015: Sharks won 27-26, Durban
2015: Pumas won 33-24, Nelspruit
2014: Pumas won 32-22, Nelspruit

Prediction: It will be a tight encounter, but we think the Sharks will win this one by seven points.

Teams:

Pumas: 15 Justin van Staden, 14 Jean-Paul Lewis, 13 Jerome Pretorius, 12 Hennie Skorbinski (captain), 11 Ruwellyn Isbell, 10 Kobus Marais, 9 Reynier van Rooyen, 8 Willie Engelbrecht, 7 Thembelani Bholi, 6 Chris Cloete, 5 Cameron Lindsay, 4 Stefan Willemse, 3 Pieter Scholtz, 2 Mark Pretorius, 1 De-Jay Terblanche.
Replacements: 16 Frank Herne, 17 Khwezi Mona, 18 Hugo Kloppers, 19 Brian Shabangu, 20 Theo Maré, 21 Sias Ebersohn, 22 Devon Williams.

Sharks: 15 Garth April, 14 Tythan Adams, 13 Jeremy Ward, 12 Lukhanyo Am, 11 Sibusiso Nkosi, 10 Curwin Bosch, 9 Louis Schreuder, 8 Lubabalo Mtembu, 7 Jacques Vermeulen, 6 Keegan Daniel, 5 Ruan Botha (captain), 4 Tyler Paul, 3 Ross Geldenhuys, 2 Armand van der Merwe, 1 Thomas du Toit.
Replacements: 16 Franco Marais, 17 Juan Schoeman, 18 Jean Droste, 19 Wian Vosloo, 20 Michael Claassens, 21 Marius Louw, 22 Rhyno Smith.

Referee: Jaco van Heerden
Assistant Referees: Pieter Maritz, Stephan van Dyk
TMO: Johan Greeff

Griquas v Golden Lions
(Kimberley Park, Kimberley - Kick-off: 19.15; 17.15 GMT)

Griquas will look to bounce back from a disappointing result last week when they host the Golden Lions, who are fresh off their first win in five outings, in Kimberley on Saturday. 

The hosts have won only one of their last six matches against the Johannesburg side dating back to 2013.

However, they will take comfort from the fact that they went down against the Golden Lions by only five points at Ellis Park earlier in the season.
 
Golden Lions coach Swys de Bruin's side shows five personnel changes, with prop Jacobie Adriaanse and Albertus Smith starting

Griquas made four changes up-front which sees hooker Abraham le Roux and former Junior Springbok prop Nicolaas Oosthuizen feature in a new-look front row.

The Golden Lions currently occupy last place in the Currie Cup standings with two wins and five losses.

Griquas are just above De Bruin's side in sixth position with an identical win/loss record, but with an extra bonus point.

Recent results:
2017: Golden Lions won 48-43, Johannesburg
2016: Griquas won 30-24, Kimberley
2015: Golden Lions won 29-19, Johannesburg
2014: Golden Lions won 46-8, Kimberley
2013: Golden Lions won 35-28, Johannesburg

Prediction: Golden Lions head coach Swys de Bruin said Griquas are favourites for this clash and we think he is right. Griquas will edge it by five points.

Teams:

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

Golden Lions: 15 Jaco van der Walt, 14 Sylvian Mahuza, 13 Rohan Janse van Rensburg, 12 Harold Vorster, 11 Anthony Volmink, 10 Ashlon Davids, 9 Marco Jansen van Vuren, 8 Ryan Kankowski, 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 Pieter Jansen, 17 Sithembiso Sithole, 18 Johannes Jonker, 19 Robert Kruger, 20 Fabian Booysen, 21 Branco du Preez, 22 Aphiwe Dyantyi.

Referee: Egon Seconds
Assistant referees: Stephan Geldenhuys, Nico Schmahl
TMO: JJ Wagner

Saturday, September 9:

Western Province v Free State Cheetahs
(Newlands, Cape Town - Kick-off: 15.00, 13.00 GMT)

In Cape Town, Western Province and the Free State Cheetahs will look to get their campaigns back on track after defeats last week, while the hosts will have the added incentive of earning their first win in four matches against the Bloemfontein side. 

The Capetonians, however, won three of their last four matches at Newlands prior to their home defeat last season, which will inspire them.
 
Western Province prop Alistair Vermaak will earn his 50th cap as he returns to the starting line-up in one of five changes, which also sees Jano Vermaak back from Springbok duty and BlitzBok star Werner Kok included in the starting team. 

The Free State Cheetahs, in turn, made only two changes to their starting XV with Ernst Stapelberg named at flyhalf and Marco Mason at fullback.

Despite the Cheetahs fielding an under-strength side for the fixture due to Pro14 commitments, Province captain Chris van Zyl believes it will be a mistake to take them lightly. 

"One thing that you must remember is that a lot of those guys believe that they should be playing overseas [for Cheetahs in Pro14] and they are obviously trying to prove themselves, so as much as they might not be the number ones, they will believe that and that is always a dangerous thing. 

"You've got these guys that are hungry to impress and they want to make something special. They will see themselves as the underdog and that is always dangerous,' said Van Zyl.

Meanwhile, Free State Cheetahs coach Daan Human is excited to see new flyhalf Stapelberg running things at Newlands on Saturday.

"I'm glad you know his name because he is going to be good on Saturday," said Human in response to a reporter’s question in Bloemfontein.

"Ernst [Stapelberg] has a lot of confidence. He is in the team and he looks like he has been training with the team for the last 10 months. He just stepped in and he is running the show there at the back with the backline. I am very glad that he is in the side.

"I think Ryno Eksteen [who is on the bench] will add some value as well for the team when it opens up because he is an attacking flyhalf and I think he has got a lot of qualities as well."

Recent results:
2017: Free State Cheetahs won 30-17, Bloemfontein
2016: Free State Cheetahs won 32-25, Cape Town
2015: Free State Cheetahs won 28-21, Bloemfontein
2015: Western Province won 9-3, Cape Town
2014: Western Province won 34-29, Bloemfontein

Prediction: Western Province will get back to winning ways with big victory by 20 points or more.  

Teams:

Western Province: 15 Craig Barry, 14 Werner Kok, 13 EW Viljoen, 12 Huw Jones, 11 Ruhan Nel, 10 Damian Willemse, 9 Jano Vermaak, 8 Nizaam Carr, 7 Cobus Wiese, 6 Jaco Coetzee, 5 John Schickerling, 4 Chris van Zyl (captain), 3 Wilco Louw, 2 Ramone Samuels, 1 Alistair Vermaak.
Replacements: 16 Chad Solomon, 17 Michael Kumbirai, 18 Sikhumbuzo Notshe, 19 Kobus van Dyk, 20 Dewaldt Duvenage, 21 Robert du Preez, 22 Dan Kriel.

Free State Cheetahs: 15 Marco Mason, 14 Carel Jan Coetzee, 13 Jacobus Jonker, 12 Steph Janse van Rensburg, 11 Luther Obi, 10 Ernst Stapelberg, 9 Juan-Philip Smith, 8 Jasper Wiese, 7 Chris Dry (captain), 6 Junior Pokomela, 5 Dennis Visser, 4 Nicolaas Immelman, 3 Luan de Bruin, 2 Reinach Venter, 1 Johan Kotze.
Replacements: 16 Marnus van der Merwe, 17 Andrew Kuhn, 18 Siba Qoma, 19 Daniel Maartens, 20 Fifi Rampeta, 21 Dian Badenhorst, 22 Ryno Eksteen.

Referee: AJ Jacobs
Assistant referees: Marius van der Westhuizen and Divan Uys
TMO: Shaun Veldsman    

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WP simply too good for young Cheetahs

Sat, 09 Sep 2017 13:00

CURRIE CUP REPORT: The Western Province sublime first-half performance helped them secure a comfortable 57-14 win over the Free State Cheetahs in Cape Town on Saturday.

The WP's victory made sure they leapfrogged to the third spot on the Currie Cup table with a game in hand.

WP outscored the visitors nine tries to two.

The Free State Cheetahs enjoyed much of the possession, but handling errors and wayward passes just constantly kept them on the backfoot.

Playing into the wind, WP scored five tries and bagged bonus-point after just 25 minutes of play,  courtesy of Romaone Samuels, debutant Craig Barry, Jaco Coetzee, JD Schickerling and Scotland international Huw Jones.

The scoreline really speaks volumes of WP’s counter attacking skills, especially in the first 10 minutes when they were forced to absorb pressure as Cheetahs appear threatening with possession. 

Hooker Ramoane Samuels scored the side's first try of the match after he collected an inside ball by Ruhan Nel.

Soon the side were again behind the opposition's line when debutant Craig Barry added his name to the scoresheet with a try in the corner. Willemse converted both tries, respectively 14-0.

Minutes later, flank Jaco Coetzee to dive under the poles, which was followed by Barry's break which set up a perfect platform for the lanky John Schickerling to round of the team try and get the side 26-0 up.

As the 25th minute approached WP had their bonus-point locked thanks to great interplay and pure power by Huw Jones - who scored in the corner.

There was no stopping the home side as they added to their tally,  prop Wilco Louw powered over the line. The prop almost bagged a brace of tries, but the TMO ruled he lost the ball forward on the line and the side took were more than happy to take a 36-0 scoreline at the break.

Cheetahs had a better second half.  The side managed to limit WP’s scoring and also scored two tries of their own.

Nonetheless, similar to the first half, hooker Samuels scored the first try of the second stanza and bagged his brace after crashing over the line.

Samuels' fellow forward was not to be upstaged as the flank Coetzee also had a double which helped WP put up 50 points on the board.

The side extended the lead when replacement Sikhumbuzo Notshe great work at the breakdown ensure him to cross the chalk for a try, 57-0.

In the final 10 minutes, Cheetahs broke their duck with two consolation tries thanks to replacements Daniel Maartens and Marnus van der Merwe. Stapelberg added the extras, respectively.

Man of the match: There were many contenders, WP fullback Craig Barry had a good debut, Jano Vermaak dictated the play well and Ramone Samuels'  mobility made the job easy for his side. However, our nod goes to WP's left wing Ruhan Nel, the Blitzbok's ability to shift from defence to attack was phenomenal and he played a crucial part in setting up most of the tries.

The scorers:

For Western Province:  
Tries:
Samuels 2, Barry, Coetzee 2, Schickerling, Jones, Louw, Notshe
Cons: Willesme 3, Du Preez 3

For Free State Cheetahs:
Tries:
Maartens, Van der Merwe
Cons: Stapelberg 2

Teams:

Western Province: 15 Craig Barry, 14 Werner Kok, 13 EW Viljoen, 12 Huw Jones, 11 Ruhan Nel, 10 Damian Willemse, 9 Jano Vermaak, 8 Nizaam Carr, 7 Cobus Wiese, 6 Jaco Coetzee, 5 John Schickerling, 4 Chris van Zyl (captain), 3 Wilco Louw, 2 Ramone Samuels, 1 Alistair Vermaak.
Replacements: 16 Chad Solomon, 17 Michael Kumbirai, 18 Sikhumbuzo Notshe, 19 Kobus van Dyk, 20 Dewaldt Duvenage, 21 Robert du Preez, 22 Dan Kriel.

Free State Cheetahs: 15 Marco Mason, 14 Carel Jan Coetzee, 13 Jacobus Jonker, 12 Steph Janse van Rensburg, 11 Luther Obi, 10 Ernst Stapelberg, 9 Juan-Philip Smith, 8 Jasper Wiese, 7 Chris Dry (captain), 6 Junior Pokomela, 5 Dennis Visser, 4 Nicolaas Immelman, 3 Luan de Bruin, 2 Reinach Venter, 1 Johan Kotze.
Replacements: 16 Marnus van der Merwe, 17 Andrew Kuhn, 18 Siba Qoma, 19 Daniel Maartens, 20 Fifi Rampeta, 21 Dian Badenhorst, 22 Ryno Eksteen.

Referee: AJ Jacobs
Assistant referees: Marius van der Westhuizen and Divan Uys
TMO: Shaun Veldsman   

Ramone Samuels (6min), Craig Barry (10min), Jaco Coetzee (16min), JD Schickerling (20min), Wilco Louw (29min), Ramone Samuels (50min), Jaco Coetzee (62min), and Sikhumbuzo Notshe (69min)
TRIES
Daniel Maartens (71min) and Marnus van der Merwe (80min)
Damian Willemse (7min), Damian Willemse (11min), Damian Willemse (17min), Robert du Preez (51min), Robert du Preez (63min), and Robert du Preez (70min)
CONVERSIONS
Theo Stapelberg (72min) and Theo Stapelberg (81min)
 
PENALTIES
 
PENALTY TRIES
 
DROP GOALS
 
 
 
VENUE Newlands
REFEREE AJ Jacobs