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2019 Gold Cup line-up confirmed

2019 Gold Cup line-up confirmed

Posted on November 14, 2018  /  Issued by SA Rugby

The final line-up for the 2019 Gold Cup has been confirmed following a nailbiting conclusion to the domestic club season in the Boland town of Worcester on Saturday. An intercept try deep into injury time gave Onelogix United Bulk Worcester Villagers a 36-29 win over defending champions Roses United in the Boland Grand Challenge final, […]

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Gold Cup triumph for False Bay

Gold Cup triumph for False Bay

Posted on October 30, 2017  /  Issued by SA Rugby

DirectAxis False Bay buried the ghosts of 2016 as they surged to their maiden Gold Cup triumph in front of a record home crowd at the Phillip Herbstein Field in Cape Town on Saturday. ‘The Bay’, runners-up to Newrak Rustenburg Impala last year, withstood a late onslaught from KZN champions Go Nutz College Rovers to […]

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All set for ‘biggest ever’ Gold Cup Final

All set for ‘biggest ever’ Gold Cup Final

Posted on October 27, 2017  /  Issued by SA Rugby

All club rugby roads lead to the Phillip Herbstein Field in Constantia, Cape Town on Saturday for what promises to be the “biggest ever” Gold Cup Final to crown South Africa’s champion non-university club. DirectAxis False Bay, the 2016 finalists, will host KZN champions Go Nutz College Rovers in an intriguing repeat of their Pool […]

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QBR, False Bay to host Gold Cup semi-finals

QBR, False Bay to host Gold Cup semi-finals

Posted on October 16, 2017  /  Issued by SA Rugby

The semi-final line-up for the Gold Cup has been confirmed following a dramatic quarter-final weekend in SA Rugby’s three-nation champions’ league for non-university clubs, with QBR and DirectAxis False Bay hosting the top-four round in Pretoria and Cape Town respectively. A combined total of over 10,000 spectators turned out in Cape Town, Pretoria and Rustenburg […]

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Gold Cup quarter-finalists confirmed

Gold Cup quarter-finalists confirmed

Posted on October 9, 2017  /  Issued by SA Rugby

The quarter-final line-up for the Gold Cup has been confirmed following a weekend of high drama in the final round of the pool stages of SA Rugby’s three-nation champions’ league for non-university clubs. Four metro-based and four district-based clubs have made it through to the last eight, with tourament wildcards Tygerberg topping their pool and […]

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Permutations aplenty in Gold Cup play-off race

Permutations aplenty in Gold Cup play-off race

Posted on October 6, 2017  /  Issued by SA Rugby

There will be permutations aplenty when the final round of the Gold Cup kicks off on Saturday, with any number of clubs still able to reach next week’s quarter-finals of what has been the most closely contested edition of SA Rugby’s three-nation champions’ league for non-university clubs. Here are all the permutations. In Pool A, […]

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Crunch time in Gold Cup playoff race

Crunch time in Gold Cup playoff race

Posted on September 29, 2017  /  Issued by SA Rugby

Saturday’s penultimate round of the Gold Cup will make or break the play-off hopes of a number of teams in what has been the most thrilling and unpredictable edition to date of SA Rugby’s three-nation champions’ league for non-university clubs. In Pool A, Sasol Hydra-Arc Secunda’s 50-34 away victory over Wesizwe Vereeniging has firmly installed […]

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Gold Cup reaches early boiling point

Gold Cup reaches early boiling point

Posted on September 22, 2017  /  Issued by SA Rugby

The Gold Cup reaches an early boiling point on Saturday, with a number of unfancied sides on the brink of qualifying for the knockout stages following a series of surprising results in the second round of SA Rugby’s flagship three-nation champions’ league for non-university clubs. In Pool A, Sasol Hydra-Arc Secunda’s 32-29 home win last […]

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Two more Gold Cup players living Scottish dream

Two more Gold Cup players living Scottish dream

Posted on September 21, 2017  /  Issued by SA Rugby

Two of South Africa’s best club players are “living the dream” as the newest beneficiaries of the Gold Cup’s highly successful international player exchange programme. Wing Clinton Wagman of Progress Rugby Club in George – who last week kicked off their maiden Gold Cup campaign with a win – and loose forward Siphamandla Dama of […]

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Champions and wildcards off to winning start in Gold Cup

Champions and wildcards off to winning start in Gold Cup

Posted on September 13, 2017  /  Issued by SA Rugby

Gold Cup champions Newrak Rustenburg Impala got off to a winning start while there were also significant wins for tournament wildcards Swallows and Tygerberg in the first round of SA Rugby’s flagship three-nation champions’ league for non-university clubs. In Pool A, Impala, winners in 2014 and 2016, were made to work very hard for a […]

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