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SA RUGBY U19 CHAMPIONSHIP

The top Under-19 teams in the country compete in this competition, which was changed in 2019 from a league to a shortened tournament split into two sections, Inland and Coastal. The Vodacom Blue Bulls won the Inland Section and DHL Western Province won the Coastal Section, with the team from Pretoria bagging the overall title by beating the Capetonians in the final in the Mother City.

The history

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RESULTS

05 Oct|City Park, Cape Town

Western Province U19

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Blue Bulls U19

28 Sep|Paarl Gimnasium

Western Province U19

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Sharks U19

28 Sep|Paarl Gimnasium

Eastern Province U19

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Boland U19

Tournaments

Special feature

Two-all in Carling Currie Cup Finals

Saturday's Carling Currie Cup final in Pretoria will be the fifth between the Vodacom Bulls and Cell C Sharks, and the Durbanites third visit to Loftus Versfeld for a match of this magnitude. We look back at the previous four...

News

Peyper to referee fifth Carling Currie Cup final

Jaco Peyper will join a select group of referees who have taken charge of five Carling Currie Cup finals on Saturday when the Vodacom Bulls welcome the Cell C Sharks to Pretoria for the grand finale of South Africa’s flagship domestic competition.

News

Van Graan hurting after another loss against Leinster

Munster were left kicking themselves in the Guinness PRO14 on Saturday as they let an early 10-point lead slip away in their Irish derby against defending champions Leinster, which left coach Johann van Graan and his team bitterly disappointed.

Tournament news

Carling Currie Cup Review – Semi-finals

The Vodacom Bulls will host the Cell C Sharks in the first Carling Currie Cup final at Loftus Versfeld since 2009 after the teams held their nerve in testing semi-finals on Saturday to be the last sides standing.

Match report

Vodacom Bulls book Carling Currie Cup home final

The Vodacom Bulls overcame an early second-half fightback by the Xerox Lions in their Carling Currie Cup semi-final at their fortress, Loftus Versfeld, on Saturday for a 26-21 win, which earned them their first home final in the competition since 2009.