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SA RUGBY U21 CHAMPIONSHIP

In 2020, only five Under-21 teams took part in the SA Rugby Provincial U21 Championship, which was held at Emirates Airline Park in Johannesburg in October, after the resumption of the local season. The champions from 2019, the Vodacom Blue Bulls, successfully defended their title against the hosts, the Xerox Lions, DHL Western Province, Toyota Free State and Cell C Sharks.

The history

SA Rugby U21 Championship 2020 table
Pos Team PL W L D PF PA DIFF TF TA PTS
1
Vodacom Blue Bulls U21
4 3 1 0 144 77 67 22 9 15
2
Xerox Lions U21
4 3 1 0 142 83 59 15 12 14
3
Toyota Free State U21
4 2 2 0 99 117 -18 15 16 9
4
DHL Western Province U21
4 1 3 0 115 163 -48 17 23 5
5
Cell C Sharks U21
4 1 3 0 108 168 -60 14 23 4

There are currently no fixtures available.

RESULTS

30 Oct|Emirates Airline Park, JHB

Xerox Lions U21

33 - 48

Vodacom Blue Bulls U21

25 Oct|Emirates Airline Park, JHB

Xerox Lions U21

54 - 19

DHL Western Province U21

25 Oct|Emirates Airline Park, JHB

Toyota Free State U21

40 - 21

Cell C Sharks U21

Tournaments

Tournament news

The Carling Currie Cup Bulletin #3

Seven games in, and already the Carling Currie Cup has seen its share of upsets, thrillers, ridiculous tries and golden moments to last for a long time.

Match report

Lions bounce back in style against WP

The Lions completed an extraordinary Carling Currie Cup victory over a never-say-die DHL Western Province side in a 38-32 tryfest in Johannesburg on Wednesday night.

Review

Guinness PRO14 Rainbow Cup Final Review

Vodacom Bulls captain Marcell Coetzee said Benetton were fully deserving of their victory in Saturday’s Guinness PRO14 Rainbow Cup Final in Treviso, after the Italian club side ended a remarkable season turn-around by dismantling the men from Pretoria in front of their ecstatic home crowd at the Stadio Comunale di Monigo.

Tournament news

The Carling Currie Cup Bulletin #2

It was a weekend for the travelling teams (and hookers JJ Kotze and Robey Leibrandt) as no fewer than five of the six matches in the opening round of the Carling Currie Cup were won by visiting sides, with only the New Nation Pumas managing a home victory.

Match report

Benetton rock Vodacom Bulls in Rainbow Cup final

Benetton dismantled the Vodacom Bulls to win the Guinness PRO14 Rainbow Cup Final by 35-8 in front of a small but ecstatic crowd at the Stadio Comunale di Monigo in Treviso on Saturday evening. The Italians surged to a 20-8 halftime lead and never surrendered their supremacy in a dominant and clinic display of finals rugby.