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CHEETAHS

Bulls poach Cheetahs stars

The Blue Bulls have signed Adriaan Strauss, Trevor Nyakane, Lappies Labuschagne and Jumba Ulengo.


Cheetahs U19 wing slots 80m goal kick

Watch this incredible kick by Gerrie Labuschagne at Shimla Park in Bloemfontein.


Cheetahs confirm Strauss departure

Adriaan Strauss has not renewed his contract with the Cheetahs and is expected to sign with the Bulls on Monday.


Cheetahs sign EP Kings prop

Loosehead prop BG Uys will join the Cheetahs from the EP Kings after this year's Currie Cup competition.


Cheetahs prop off to Glasgow

Rossouw de Klerk is the latest Cheetahs player to leave Bloemfontein, opting to join the Glasgow Warriors in Scotland.


Torsten to lead Free State

Hooker-cum-flank Torsten van Jaarsveld will captain the Cheetahs in this year's Currie Cup.


Hendricks to stay in Bloem

Springbok wing Cornal Hendricks has extended his contract with the Cheetahs until the end of the 2015 season.


Highlights: Lions vs Cheetahs (2014)

The Lions thrashed the Cheetahs 60-25 at Ellis Park to finish with seven wins this season.


Lions save best for last

The Lions put together their best performance of the season to crush the Cheetahs 60-25 at Ellis Park on Saturday, writes BRENTON CHELIN.


Le Roux to lash Lions

Cheetahs fullback Willie le Roux will test the Lions' defence at Ellis Park on Saturday, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.


Du Plessis signs for Cheetahs

Former Melbourne Rebels and Stormers centre JP du Plessis has joined the Cheetahs from Montpellier.


Cheetahs unchanged for final clash

Naka Drotské has retained the match 23 that beat the Sharks for the Cheetahs' last league match against the Lions at Ellis Park on Saturday.


Brüssow to miss Lions clash

Heinrich Brüssow will undergo groin surgery later this week and has been ruled out of the Cheetahs' last game of the season on Saturday.


Sergeal’s Cheetahs move no done deal

While the Cheetahs are seeking the signature of Sergeal Petersen, his move is yet to be finalised.


Sharks suffer another setback

The Sharks are unlikely to host a Super Rugby semi-final after losing 27-20 to the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.


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