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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

European Professional Club Rugby

Leinster’s anguish could drive them to Vodacom URC success

It has become a Groundhog Day repeat of nightmare proportions for Leinster, but their third successive narrow defeat in an Investec Champions Cup final could this year spell trouble for the teams contending in the primary league competition they compete in, especially in the closing stages of the Vodacom United Rugby Championship.

SA Rugby Under-21 Cup and Shield

Lions, Bulls and WP surge ahead in U21 Cup

The weekend's SA Rugby Under-21 Cup fixtures produced a fourth win for the unbeaten Fidelity ADT Lions U21 side, while there were also big wins for the Vodacom Bulls U21 and DHL Western Province U21, with both teams scoring more than 70 points.

Women's Premier Division

WP overpower Daisies as Sharks find their groove

DHL Western Province handed the Bulls Daisies (22-10) their first defeat in two years on Saturday, while the Border Ladies (38-24 over Golden Lions Women) and Sharks Women (34-17 over Free State Women) secured significant wins on the road in round six of the Women's Premier Division.

European Professional Club Rugby

Etzebeth describes historic win as biggest club highlight

Hollywoodbets Sharks captain Eben Etzebeth described his team’s convincing victory against Gloucester in the EPCR Challenge Cup final at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London on Friday night as his greatest club highlight and lauded his team’s character for making history by becoming the first South African franchise to win the European title.

SA Cup

Unbeaten Griquas crowned SA Cup champions

Suzuki Griquas finished off a perfect competition by winning the SA Cup – their first major trophy in a decade – when they defeated arch-rivals the Airlink Pumas by 46-24 in a thrilling final at Suzuki Stadium in Kimberley on Saturday afternoon.