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Currie Cup | Bloemfontein
16:00 (GMT) | 06-10-2017
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The hosts look to get some final consolation points but the Bulls turnover. The ball goes dead and the referee blows for FULL TIME
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The Cheetahs have a penalty after the Bulls push the ball back to the half way
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Jantjies adds the extras
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They move it along the 22 but find no way in as the Bulls hold a strong line. The ball is booted forward and Gelant rushes forward to pick up the loose ball in a vacant Cheetahs half. He sprints to get the ball then jogs over the try line to score the TRY
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Cheetahs have a line-out at the 22 of the Bulls
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Jantjies adds the extras
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The Bulls carry it back with pace. They out play the hosts around the center of the pitch and Gelant moves into space to score another Bulls TRY
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Line-out taken and the ball is tackled into touch at the 22 again. The Cheetahs send it back and clear
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The Cheetahs fighting for it at the 10 of the visitors. The Bulls boot it forward into touch inside the 22 of the hosts
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The Bulls move forward after the reset but give away a penalty at the 5 of the hosts
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Smith adds the extras
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They steal it from the Bulls while the visitors are lax in defence and the ball is ran out wide by Janse Van Rensburg who is brought down before the try line but reaches and pulls 5 back. TRY
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The Cheetahs turnover but give it right back
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The Cheetahs fight for possession after the kickoff but the Bulls have it and move to the half way
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The conversion is sent wide
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They move the ball out wide, stretching the Cheetahs as they go and Agaba finds himself with the ball on the edge of the pitch and he jogs over to score the TRY
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The Bulls showing no signs of slowing down as they press forward after the reset kick
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Boshoff puts it between the sticks
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Line-out to the Bulls at the 5 and they move forward with the maul. They make it over the line and Grobbelaar is pushed over the line to score the TRY
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The Bulls move make some progress after the line-out. The visitors win a penalty at the 5 again
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They take their scrum and lose possession afterwards. The ball is cleared by the hosts
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Penalty to the Bulls at the 5 now. The Bulls opt for a scrum
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They win a penalty and kick into touch at the 5 of the hosts. The Bulls move the ball to the opposite wing looking for space
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Scrum reset
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Scrum to the Bulls
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The Cheetahs are driven back after the reset kick. The ball is knocked forward by the hosts around the mid field
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Boshoff sends it wide
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Gelant boots it forward and Matthews rushes forward to pick it up and put it down to reestablish the lead. TRY
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The Bulls fighting for it around the mid field after the reset
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Petzer adds the extras
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They move forward with the maul and overrun the Bulls. Maartens again over the line for his hatrick
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Blommetjies kicks it into touch at the 5
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The Bulls hold the Cheetahs off but give away a penalty inside the 22
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Scrum reset
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The Cheetahs fight back after the reset and make it to the 5 with some strong determination. They make it over the line but the referee says held up. Scrum to the hosts
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Boshoff adds the extras
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The Bulls win a scrum shortly after the kickoff. They maneuver themselves forward and work together to give Odendaal his hatrick. TRY
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The second half is underway

Half Time

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Petzer misses the conversion kick. HALF TIME
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The hooter sounds as the Cheetahs win possession and they win a penalty at the 22 then kick into touch at the 5. They look for the maul and make it over the line to have the last say at half time. Maartens the man to make it over the line
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The Bulls have it at the 10 of the Cheetahs now
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Boshoff with a short kickoff. The Cheetahs clear and the ball is calmly sent back into Cheetahs territory
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Petzer adds the extras
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The Cheetahs find a gap around the mid field and Maartens exploits the find by rushing into space to score the TRY
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The ball being kicked from one end of the field to the other
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The Bulls take down the reset and rush towards the Cheetahs 22 with incredible pace. The ball is turnover and cleared into touch around the mid field
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Boshoff kicks it over for 2 points
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The Bulls inside the 22. Boshoff pulls a few players towards him and opens up for Gelant who shrugs off his man to put it down between the sticks, TRY
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The Cheetahs turnover again and move it to their 10 but then gift possession to the Bulls who take it to the 22
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Scrum to the Bulls and they lose out. The ball is cleared but the visitors come again with Gelant
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The Bulls break along the wing and make it to the 5 but the referee halts play
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They take the throw but the referee blows for a penalty to the hosts
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The Cheetahs lose the ball into touch on the defence and the Bulls have a throw at the 22
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The Cheetahs win another penalty after the reset and Petzer puts this one over for 3 points
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He takes his kick and sends it wide
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The Cheetahs win a penalty after some tussling around the mid field and Blommetjies sets up for a kick at goal
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Boshoff secures the extras
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The Bulls move forward with the restart kick and immediately apply pressure. It pays off as they send Odendaal over the line again to score his second
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Petzer adds the extras
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The Cheetahs counter after a Bulls throw and rush through the middle of the pitch showing what they're capable of as they go all the way to pull one back. TRY
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Dry gets himself a yellow card for his efforts.
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Line-out for the Cheetahs at the 22 of the away team. They make some ground but give it away and the bulls look to counter
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Scrum reset
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Scrum to the Bulls after the kickoff
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Boshoff sends the kick wide
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Penalty to the Bulls after the reset and the Bulls kick into touch inside the home team 10. They move the ball to the opposite wing and show some good team work to get Odendaal over the line for a second Bulls TRY
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Boshoff adds the extras
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Another penalty awarded to the Bulls and van Zyl takes it quickly and dives over the line to put them ahead. TRY
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Scrum reset
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Scrum to the Bulls at the 5
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The Bulls inside the 5 now and they win another penalty
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Gelant makes it to the 22 for his side. The referee sounds his whistle for a penalty against the hosts inside the 22
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The ball is booted forward by Boshoff and Blommetjies sends it back. The visitors looking to take it forward from their 10 now
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The referee blows as the Cheetahs lose it forward around the mid field. Scrum to the Bulls at their 10
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The Cheetahs kick froward after the Bulls move forward and the hosts chase but the away team defence is there first. Penalty to the Bulls and Boshoff fails to kick into touch
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Scrum to the Bulls
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The reset kick is deep but the Bulls clear. Cheetahs knock on around the away side 10
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The referee sounds his whistle and the game is underway
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The players readying themselves to leave the locker rooms now
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The Blue Bulls, in turn, opted for continuity in selection and named an identical starting team to last week, with the only change on the bench being prop Matthys Basson replacing Dayan van der Westhuizen.
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The Free State Cheetahs made five personnel changes to their team, which sees wings Cecil Africa and Jacobus Jonker earn starts. The match will be particularly significant for Jonker and fullback Clayton Blommetjies, as they will play their 100th and 50th Currie Cup matches respectively
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The Cheetahs have won the last three match-ups between the sides in the competition, two of which were in Bloemfontein, but the visitors went down by one point against them in Pretoria earlier in the season, which they will want to make amends for
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Welcome to Bloemfontein, where the Cheetahs will tackle the Bulls
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Blue Bulls
START LINE UP
  • 1 Johan Kotze
  • 2 Reinach Venter
  • 3 Luan De Bruin
  • 4 Dennis Visser
  • 5 Carl Wegner
  • 6 Chris Dry
  • 7 Nicolaas Immelman
  • 8 Jasper Wiese
  • 9 Zee Mkhabela
  • 10 Robbie Petzer
  • 11 Vuyani Maqina
  • 12 Lloyd Greeff
  • 13 Ali Mgijima
  • 14 Jacobus Jonker
  • 15 Clayton Blommetjies
RESERVES
  • 16 Joseph Dweba
  • 17 Gunther Janse van Vuuren
  • 18 Andrew Kuhn
  • 19 Jeremy Jordaan
  • 20 Daniel Maartens
  • 21 Juan-Philip Smith
  • 22 Stephan Janse Van Rensburg
START LINE UP
  • 1 Pierre Schoeman
  • 2 Edgar Marutlulle
  • 3 Conraad van Vuuren
  • 4 Aston Fortuin
  • 5 Ruben van Heerden
  • 6 Marco Van Staden
  • 7 Tim Agaba
  • 8 Nick de Jager
  • 9 Ivan van Zyl
  • 10 Marnitz Boshoff
  • 11 Johnny Kotze
  • 12 JT Jackson
  • 13 Burger Odendaal
  • 14 Duncan Matthews
  • 15 Warrick Gelant
RESERVES
  • 16 Johan Grobbelaar
  • 17 Matthys Basson
  • 18 Jano Venter
  • 19 Boom Prinsloo
  • 20 Piet van Zyl
  • 21 Tony Jantjies
  • 22 Ulrich Beyers
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PREVIEW: Currie Cup, Round 13

Thu, 05 Oct 2017 20:17

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: The scramble for semifinal places in the Currie Cup Premier Division will reach boiling point in the penultimate pool round this weekend, with the results set to be decisive in the teams' top four aspirations.

All six sides taking to the field are still in the race for semifinal berths, and while victories will keep them in the running, defeats could deal the knock-out blow to the hopes of the teams at the foot of the log.
 
The Sharks, meanwhile, will enjoy their bye with peace of mind that they have already secured the top spot on the log table and an invaluable home semifinal.

We take a look at all the Round 13 action!

Friday, October 6:

Free State Cheetahs v Blue Bulls
(Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein - Kick-off: 18.15; 16.15 GMT)

The Free State Cheetahs and Blue Bulls will kick off the weekend's action in Bloemfontein on Friday where the hosts will be determined to bounce back from their defeat last week to remain in the top three on the log and in the race for a possible home semifinal.

But they will go up against a Blue Bulls team hurting from three back-to-back defeats and whose semifinal hopes will in all likelihood be dashed completely if they suffer another defeat.
 
The Cheetahs have won the last three match-ups between the sides in the competition, two of which were in Bloemfontein, but the visitors went down by one point against them in Pretoria earlier in the season, which they will want to make amends for. This includes last year's final in the Free State capital.

The Free State Cheetahs made five personnel changes to their team, which sees wings Cecil Africa and Jacobus Jonker earn starts. The match will be particularly significant for Jonker and fullback Clayton Blommetjies, as they will play their 100th and 50th Currie Cup matches respectively.

The Blue Bulls, in turn, opted for continuity in selection and named an identical starting team to last week, with the only change on the bench being prop Matthys Basson replacing Dayan van der Westhuizen.

"It is an important match for us, as we need to show more improvement and progress. The hard work is slowly paying off and now the processes and results must start coming together," said Blue Bulls coach John Mitchell. 

Blue Bulls captain, Burger Odendaal, said the team is keen to play.

"Last weekend, despite the result, was a huge boost for us as we are getting more and more competitive every week and the progress and belief is getting better every week. That is very pleasing from a squad perspective and we are slowly but surely getting on the same page. That is very exciting to be part of," Odendaal said.

Recent results:
2017: Free State Cheetahs won 41-40, Pretoria
2016: Free State Cheetahs won 36-16, Bloemfontein (Final)
2016: Free State Cheetahs won 43-20, Bloemfontein
2015: Blue Bulls won 24-17, Pretoria
2015: Blue Bulls won 57-19, Bloemfontein

Prediction: The Blue Bulls will be desperate, especially after their defeat to Western Province last week. The Bulls will win by eight points.

Teams:

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

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

Referee: Jaco van Heerden
Assistant referees: Ben Crouse, Darren Colby
TMO: Lourens van der Merwe

Saturday, October 7:

Pumas v Griquas
(Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit - Kick-off: 14.00; 12.00 GMT)

In Nelspruit, the clash between the Pumas and Griquas on Saturday is expected to be equally thrilling, as a victory for the hosts could see them possibly work their way into the playoff contention or stay within pouncing distance of a top-four spot, while the visitors will desperate to win as a defeat will deal the killer blow to their hopes.
 
The men from Kimberley won three of their last four fixtures, while the Pumas emerged victorious in the outing between them in Kimberley in the first half of the competition.
 
Griquas, however, come off a morale-boosting victory against defending champions, the Free State Cheetahs, which they will want to build on, while they will also be fighting for survival, which could result in a nail-biting clash.
 
The Pumas made only one change to their starting team with hooker Marko Janse van Rensburg replacing Frankie Herne, who has been included among the replacements, while the Griquas made four personnel changes, which sees No.8 De Wet Kruger, lock Wandile Putuma, and wings Enver Brandt and Ederies Arendse earn starts.

Recent results:
2017: Pumas won 27-21, Kimberley
2016: Griquas won 41-35, Nelspruit
2015: Griquas won 32-15, Kimberley
2014: Griquas won 31-27, Kimberley
2014: Pumas won 33-15, Nelspruit

Prediction: We can't see the Pumas losing at home to Griquas. Pumas will win by 10 points.

Teams:

Pumas: 15 Justin van Staden, 14 Jerome Pretorius, 13 Gerrit Smit, 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 Marko Janse van Rensburg, 1 Kwezi Mona.
Replacements: 16 Frankie Herne, 17 De-Jay Terblanche, 18 Cameron Lindsay, 19 Hilton Lobberts, 20 Francois Kleinhans, 21 Theo Maree/Reynier van Rooyen, 22 Selom Gavor.

Griquas: 15 Adriaan Coertzen (captain), 14 Ederies Arendse, 13 Tertius Kruger, 12 Johnathan Francke, 11 Kyle Steyn, 10 George Whitehead, 9 Christiaan Meyer, 8 De Wet Kruger, 7 Sias Koen, 6 Wendal Wehr, 5 FP Pelser, 4 Wandile Putuma, 3 Stephan Kotze, 2 AJ Le Roux, 1 Liam Hendricks. 
Replacements: 16 Wilmar Arnoldi, 17 Marius Fourie, 18 Jonathan Adendorf, 19 Sintu Manjezi, 20 Shaun McDonald, 21 Renier Botha, 22 Andre Swarts.

Referee: Quinton Immelman
Assistant referees: Ricus van der Hoven, Des van Wyk
TMO: Willie Vos

Sunday, October 8:

Golden Lions v Western Province
(Ellis Park, Johannesburg - Kick-off: 14.30; 12.30 GMT)

The match between the Golden Lions and Western Province in Johannesburg on Sunday will also be gripping as both sides are currently in the top four, while the Capetonians will have the extra incentive of wanting to remain in second place on the standings for a possible home semifinal.

The hosts won three of their last four encounters, but the visitors registered a convincing 39-3 win against them in Cape Town in August. 

Adding to this Western Province have scored an impressive 101 points in their last two matches, meaning they will enter the match with self-belief.

Golden Lions coach Swys de Bruin and his Western Province counterpart John Dobson will announce their teams on Friday.

Western Province head coach Dawie Snyman knows that the Lions will be a lot tougher to beat this time around. 

"I think all the teams got better as the season went on," said Snyman. 

"The Lions after the Super Rugby Final, it took them two or three weeks to get themselves together as a squad and build momentum. 

"It will be a tough match on Sunday."

Recent results:
2017: Western Province 39-3, Cape Town
2016: Golden Lions won 58-32, Johannesburg
2015: Golden Lions won 32-24, Johannesburg (Final)
2015: Golden Lions won 62-32, Johannesburg 
2014: Western Province won 19-16, Cape Town (Final)

Prediction: Western Province will take this one by seven points or less.

Teams:

Golden Lions: TBC

Western Province: TBC

Referee: AJ Jacobs
Assistant Referees: Stephan Geldenhuys, Paul Mente
TMO: Pro Legoete

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Bulls race clear in 100-point thriller

Fri, 06 Oct 2017 13:17

CURRIE CUP REPORT: The Blue Bulls prevailed against the Free State Cheetahs in a 15-try, 100-point thriller in Bloemfontein ion Friday.

The final score said 64-36, with the Bulls scoring 10 tries - exactly double the number of their hoists.

It was certainly entertaining, but as has been the case all season, defence was not at a premium in this game - especially not for the Cheetahs.

The fact that three players scored hat-tricks tells a story all of its own.

Burger Odendaal, Warrick Gelant AND Daniel Maartens CROSSED THE TRYLINE THREE TIMES.

The Blue Bulls had the bulk of the possession in the opening 20 minutes as they ran the home team ragged with Free State being exposed on defence.

Scrumhalf Ivan van Zyl drew first blood in the 10th minute as the nippy halfback caught Free State's defence napping with a quick tap which allowed him to score a soft try.

Odendaal followed up with a great try in the corner which gave the visitors a 12 point cushion.

Free State were next to cross the whitewash despite losing captain and flank Chris Dry to a yellow card for repeated team infringements in the 18th minute.

Their opening try came courtesy of forgotten Junior Springbok and inside centre Lloyd Greeff who ran a sublime line to score a converted try.

Free State struggled to contain the blue juggernaut as Odendaal scored his brace in the same corner as his first with 19 minutes left on the clock.

Free State flyhalf Robbie Petzer pulled back three points via his boot but it did little to stem the Blue Bulls' attacking intent as Gelant scored their bonus point try in the 33rd minute.

A player who warms the bench generally provides much needed impact once he gets on the field and that is exactly what happened as replacement flank Daniel Maartens brought his team back into the match with two tries.

Maartens, a former Varsity Cup winner with Shimlas, proved his weight in gold as he was on hand to receive an inside pass that put him in space to canter over the tryline while he scored his second try two minutes after the hooter from a dominant line-out drive.

Petzer's missed conversion brought an end to the first half with the Blue Bulls holding a slender 26-22 lead.

The men from Pretoria kept their foot on the pedal after the break as Odendaal got his hat-trick two minutes after the restart.

The visitors have improved dramatically on attack as the Currie Cup has progressed this year but their defence has seen them lose any advantage over a team. This was highlighted in the 49th minute as Maartens got his hat-trick after another dominant line-out drive.

Gelant, who is knocking loudly on the Springbok door, showed why he is destined for higher honours shortly after Maartens' effort as the elusive fullback put in a deft kick for wing Duncan Matthews to chase and score.

The visitors were in sensational form as the second half progressed with replacement hooker Johan Grobbelaar and BlitzBok cum flank Tim Agaba dotting down.

Free State pulled a try back through replacement utility back Stephan Janse van Rensburg but it was a case of a little too late as Gelant secured his hat-trick with tries in the 75th and 78th minute.

Replacement utility back Tony Jantjies conversion of Gelant's try proved to be the final nail in the coffin as the Blue Bulks ended the match with a 64-36 away win to keep their semifinal hopes alive.

Man of the match: Cheetahs scrumhalf Mthokozisi Mkhabela was lively, No.8 Jasper Wiese a handful and replacement Daniel Maartens showed his value with a hat-trick of tries. Bulls scrumhalf Ivan van Zyl further enhanced his already impressive reputation. Fullback Warrick Gelant showed he is not just dangerous with ball in hand, but also very creative - setting up a sublime try for Duncan Matthews. Gelant's three tries made him a strong candidate. Bulls captain and centre Burger Odendaal was the spark that got the Bulls going and he scored a hat-trick himself - winning our award.

The scorers:

For the Free State Cheetahs:
Tries:
 Greeff, Maartens 3, Janse van Rensburg
Cons: Petzer 3, Smith
Pen: Petzer

For the Blue Bulls:
Tries:
 I van Zyl, Odendaal 3, Gelant 3, Matthews, Grobbelaar, Agaba
Cons: Boshoff 5, Jantjies 2

Yellow cards: Chris Dry (Free State Cheetahs, 18 - repeated infringements, slowing the ball down at the tackle), Tim Agaba (Blue Bulls, 72 - cynical foul, not retreating 10 metres)

Teams:

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

Blue Bulls: 15 Warrick Gelant, 14 Duncan Matthews, 13 Burger Odendaal (captain), 12 JT Jackson, 11 Johnny Kotze, 10 Marnitz Boshoff, 9 Ivan van Zyl, 8 Nic de Jager, 7 Tim Agaba, 6 Marco van Staden, 5 Ruben van Heerden, 4 Ashton Fortuin, 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 Ulrich Beyers.

Referee: Jaco van Heerden
Assistant referees: Ben Crouse, Darren Colby
TMO: Lourens van der Merwe

 

Lloyd Greeff (18min), Daniel Maartens (36min), Daniel Maartens (40min), Daniel Maartens (48min), and Stephan Janse Van Rensburg (68min)
TRIES
Piet van Zyl (10min), Burger Odendaal (12min), Burger Odendaal (20min), Warrick Gelant (32min), Burger Odendaal (42min), Duncan Matthews (51min), Johan Grobbelaar (60min), Tim Agaba (64min), Warrick Gelant (74min), and Warrick Gelant (77min)
Robbie Petzer (19min), Robbie Petzer (37min), Robbie Petzer (49min), and Juan-Philip Smith (69min)
CONVERSIONS
Marnitz Boshoff (11min), Marnitz Boshoff (21min), Marnitz Boshoff (33min), Marnitz Boshoff (43min), Marnitz Boshoff (62min), Tony Jantjies (75min), and Tony Jantjies (78min)
Robbie Petzer (26min)
PENALTIES
 
PENALTY TRIES
 
DROP GOALS
Chris Dry (17min)
 
 
VENUE Bloemfontein
REFEREE Jaco van Heerden (South Africa)