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news from Thursday 11 July 2019

- The Toyota Free State Cheetahs u.21 team will be facing Western Province u.21 on Saturday, 13 July at Shimla Park in Bloemfontein. Kick-off is at 13:00. The team for the second SA Rugby under 21 Championship match is:Toyota Free State Cheetahs u.211. Edward Davids2. Ruben Cross3. Thembi Mangwana4. Nathan Jordan 5. Keanan Murray 6. Ruan Smit7. Elrigh Louw8. Ruwald van der Merwe9. Rewan Kruger10. Lu...

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- The #Reloaded Currie Cup will kick off in dramatic fashion this weekend as six of the seven participating teams take to the field in the first of nine action-packed weekends of rugby, with the north-south derby between DHL Western Province and the Vodacom Blue Bulls in Cape Town taking centre stage.The Cell C Sharks and Tafel Lager Griquas will kick off South Africa’s premier domestic compet...

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- The off-season is the perfect opportunity for Guinness PRO14 teams to rebuild, recover and rethink their strategy before the 2019-20 campaign roars into view. Whether you are six-time champions Leinster or any other side looking to make a splash next term, there are always improvements and alterations that can be made over the summer and …...

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news from Wednesday 10 July 2019

- Toyota Cheetahs is delighted to confirm the signing of former Springbok scrumhalf, Ruan Pienaar. The skilful player represented the Springboks in 88 test matches. Ruan’s experience in the Guinness PRO14 will be invaluable for the Toyota Cheetahs as he represented Ulster in 141 matches between 2010 and 2017. Pienaar was named at scrum half in …...

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- A Guinness PRO14 legend will return to the league after it was confirmed that scrum-half Ruan Pienaar has joined Toyota Cheetahs. Pienaar became a cult hero during seven successful years with Ulster – making 141 appearances for the Belfast-based side between 2010 and 2017 – before joining French side Montpellier. But the 88-cap Springbok will …...

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