The Cheetahs will compete in the Toyota Challenge, a new competition that includes the Sharks, Stormers and two overseas teams.
The Cheetahs have announced the signing of four new players to bolster the squad heading into the 2022 Currie Cup, which is expected to get under way in January.
Cheetahs loose forward Junior Pokomela will be joining the Stormers as one of three new loan signings for the inaugural United Rugby Championship season.
The Cheetahs have confirmed that captain Ruan Pienaar will be joining the Sharks on a short-term loan as part of a new agreement between the two teams.
The results are in and SARugbymag.co.za readers have snubbed fan-favourite Western Province loose forward Evan Roos in the poll for the Most Valuable Player of the 2021 Currie campaign.
With the 2021 Currie Cup coming to the business end and the Bulls, Sharks, Griquas and Western Province in the playoffs, it’s time to vote for this season’s most valuable player.
Coach Hawies Fourie has revealed the Cheetahs will be involved in European competition before the end of the year, if all goes according to plan.
It’s make or break in the final round of the Carling Currie Cup on Saturday, with three teams effectively involved in knockout matches to determine who will join the Bulls and Sharks in the semi-finals.
The Griquas and Pumas are still in contention to make this season’s semi-finals but both teams will need to get back to winning ways against Western Province and the Cheetahs, respectively, this weekend. Check out the match-day squads for Round 13 Currie Cup action. (more…)
Check out the match-day squads for Round 12 Currie Cup action on Wednesday, with the Pumas hosting the log-leading Bulls, while Western Province welcome the Lions to Newlands, with both teams needing a win to keep their semi-final hopes alive. (more…)