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WP and Golden Lions to contest final



Western Province and the Golden Lions will meet in the final match of the Coca-Cola Craven Week on Saturday in a thrilling finale to the tournament after establishing themselves as the top teams during the opening four days of action.

The final day’s play will feature a series of exciting clashes, including the traditional ‘international’ between Zimbabwe and Namibia, the Blue Bulls taking on SWD and Free State meeting the Pumas.

Border, who were one of only four unbeaten teams, at the end of play on Thursday, will meet KwaZulu-Natal in their closing match. The other undefeated sides were WP, the Golden Lions and Zimbabwe.

The tournament will conclude with the announcement of the 28-man SA Schools squad.

The team will face England, France and Wales in a series of clashes in South Africa between August 9 and 17.

A field
9:15am Zimbabwe v Namibia
10:45am Border v KZN
12:15pm Blue Bulls v SWD
1:45pm Free State v Pumas
3:15pm WP v Golden Lions

B field
9:15am Limpopo v EP CD
10:45am Griffons v Boland
12:15pm EP v Valke

C field
9:15am Border CD v Griquas
10:45am Griquas CD v Leopards



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