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SA RUGBY UNDER-19 CUP

The 2023 SA Rugby Under-19 Cup concluded with the Vodacom Bulls defending their title against the Hollywoodbets Sharks in Pretoria, marking their third successive triumph in the competition. The Toyota Cheetahs, DHL Western Province, Leopards and Valke U19s also competed over a single round of matches from 21 April, with the final on 10 June.

The history

SA Rugby Under-19 Cup 2023 table
Pos Team PL W L D PF PA DIFF TF TA PTS
1
Vodacom Bulls U19
5 4 1 0 209 83 126 21 11 22
2
DHL Western Province U19
5 3 2 0 192 116 76 30 16 18
3
Hollywoodbets Sharks U19
5 3 2 0 140 113 27 20 15 16
4
Toyota Cheetahs U19
5 3 2 0 174 138 36 22 22 14
5
Leopards U19
5 2 3 0 202 118 84 31 17 10
6
Valke U19
5 0 5 0 61 410 -349 7 50 1

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RESULTS

10 Jun|Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria

Vodacom Bulls U19

36 - 14

Hollywoodbets Sharks U19

03 Jun|City Park, Cape Town

DHL Western Province U19

17 - 22

Hollywoodbets Sharks U19

02 Jun|Loftus B-Field, Pretoria

Vodacom Bulls U19

36 - 30

Toyota Cheetahs U19

Tournaments

Women's Premier and First Divisions

Top four sides collide in Women’s Premier Division

The top four sides in the Women’s Premier Division will clash on Saturday in what may just turn out to be a dress rehearsal for the semi-finals, which are a few weeks away.

Carling Currie Cup

The 2024 Carling Currie Cup Bulletin #3

Can Suzuki Griquas, the Hollywoodbets Sharks XV and DHL Western Province bounce back and gain their first Carling Currie Cup Premier Division victories this coming weekend, and are the NovaVit Griffons capable of causing an early-season upset?

Carling Currie Cup

The 2024 Carling Currie Cup Bulletin #2

The Carling Currie Cup Premier Division got off to a cracking start with a statement victory for the defending champions, the Toyota Cheetahs, while the Airlink Pumas, Fidelity ADT Lions and Vodacom Bulls all made a positive starts on the road.

Women's Premier Division

Queens break Women’s Premier Division duck

The EP Queens secured their first win of the SA Rugby Women’s Premier Division season on Saturday, while there Sanlam Boland Dames and DHL Western Province recorded good victories in their round eleven fixtures.

Women's Premier Division

Crucial log positions at stake in Premier Division

There will be some keen interest in games played elsewhere amongst the six teams in action in the Women’s Premier Division on Saturday, with all three matches having the potential to change the current standings.