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Sat 20 Jul 2013
00:05:00
Highlights of the First Division Currie Cup match between the Border Bulldogs and Down Town Griffons from the BCM Stadium.

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What was your stand out rugby moment of 2016?
The Lions making the Super Rugby final
The Cheetahs dominating the Currie Cup
The Blitzboks' Olympic medal
The Springboks beating the Wallabies
England white-washing the Wallabies in Australia
Ireland beating the All Blacks