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Rugby | Absa Currie Cup

Koch to stay with Pumas for Currie Cup
Star Stormers prop Vincent Koch will not be available for Western Province in this year’s Currie Cup. Read full article
Smith new Cheetahs Currie Cup coach
Varsity Cup-winning coach Franco Smith has been appointed the head coach of the Toyota Free State Cheetahs for this year’s Absa Currie Cup campaign. Read full article
Review 2014: WP, Lions were the stand-outs
The past domestic season was the first outside of a World Cup year where the contracted Springboks were declared unavailable for the entire tournament and it was probably a good thing. Read full article
Koch travels with WP to Saracens
WP director of rugby Gert Smal on Monday confirmed the signing of promising tight head prop Vincent Koch from the Mpumalanga Pumas. Read full article
De Jongh appointment WP masterstroke
It should be an interesting experience for rugby historians of the future when they look back at the two Western Province teams that won Currie Cup trophies in 2012 and 2014 and note who the captains were. Read full article
WP learned from past mistakes
There would have been many who would have shared in the emotion felt by DHL Western Province coach Allister Coetzee after his team’s win over the Xerox Golden Lions in the Absa Currie Cup final at Newlands. Read full article
A day when home advantage mattered
The previous two Absa Currie Cup finals had been won by the visiting teams, but the latest edition underlined the fact that there are days when home advantage counts. Read full article
Province hold out in thrilling final
Marnitz Boshoff missed a last gasp difficult penalty attempt to spark scenes of bedlam at a packed Newlands on Saturday as home team DHL Western Province clinched a nail-biting 19-16 Absa Currie Cup final win. Read full article
Interactive rugby: Sat, 25 October
Welcome to our coverage of today’s Absa Currie Cup final being played in Cape Town. Read full article
Big-match special: Currie Cup final
It’s tough not to use the old cliché “rugby will be the winner” when thinking of Saturday’s Absa Currie Cup final between DHL Western Province and the Xerox Golden Lions. Read full article
It all hinges on the freaky moments
The focus on the two forward packs that square up in Saturday’s Absa Currie Cup final is justified if you look back at the past few decades. Read full article
Lions will need to play 'best game of season'
The Xerox Golden Lions will need to play their “best game of the season” if they are to beat DHL Western Province and claim the Absa Currie Cup title for themselves this weekend. Read full article
Taute returns to settled, fit team
Jaco Taute has returned from injury and replaces Michael van der Spuy as the only change to the DHL Western Province starting team for Saturday’s Absa Currie Cup final. Read full article
Demetri not just a kicking flyhalf
Western Province fans who care to think back to the start of their team’s season might find an image that should inspire some confidence ahead of Saturday’s Absa Currie Cup final against the Golden Lions. Read full article
Seabelo can write his own history
When DHL Western Province’s Seabelo Senatla was asked if he supported the Cape team when he was growing up, he gave an answer that summed up where he wants to be as a player – “I only watched Habana.” Read full article
Lions 'rejects' are already winners
They may be facing the toughest game of the year this coming weekend when they pack down in the Absa Currie Cup final, but for Johan Ackermann’s band of “rejects”, the world is at their feet at the moment. Read full article
'Don’t read much into previous clashes'
DHL Western Province assistant coach Robbie Fleck reckons it is great that it will be the first time this season that both his team and the Xerox Golden Lions will play each other at full strength. Read full article
Province playing mind games - Ackers
Xerox Golden Lions coach Johan Ackermann was having none of the mind games that he believes DHL Western Province have been playing ahead of Saturday’s Absa Currie Cup final. Read full article
WP won't die wondering
The DHL Western Province team management is placing a big emphasis on reminding the players about what got them into the Absa Currie Cup final. Read full article
WP won’t make the same mistake
DHL Western Province coach Allister Coetzee is excited about what he refers to as a new team that is growing off a reworked culture after a mid-season refocus. Read full article
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