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SA RUGBY U19 CHAMPIONSHIP

The top Under-19 teams in the country compete in this competition, which was changed in 2019 from a league to a shortened tournament split into two sections, Inland and Coastal. The Vodacom Blue Bulls won the Inland Section and DHL Western Province won the Coastal Section, with the team from Pretoria bagging the overall title by beating the Capetonians in the final in the Mother City.

The history

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RESULTS

05 Oct|City Park, Cape Town

Western Province U19

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Blue Bulls U19

28 Sep|Paarl Gimnasium

Western Province U19

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Sharks U19

28 Sep|Paarl Gimnasium

Eastern Province U19

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Boland U19

Tournaments

News

Law trials confirmed for PRO14 Rainbow Cup

Three innovative law variations have been approved by World Rugby for use in the PRO14 Rainbow Cup – red card replacements, captain’s challenge and goal-line drop-outs.

News

Kick-off times for Rainbow Cup openers confirmed

Kick-off times and dates for the first three rounds of the PRO14 Rainbow Cup has been confirmed, with the opening game – a coastal derby between the DHL Stormers and Cell C Sharks in Cape Town – getting proceedings underway in South Africa.

Match report

FNB Varsity Shield: CPUT, WSU and UKZN off to winning starts

The Cape Peninsula University of Technology claimed a hard-fought opening round win in the FNB Varsity Shield against the University of Fort Hare at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria on Monday, while the University of KwaZulu-Natal routed Rhodes University, and Walter Sisulu University rewrote the record books against the Durban University of Technology.

Tournament news

FNB Varsity Cup: Three teams remain unbeaten

UCT, CUT and UP-Tuks secured three wins from three in the 2021 FNB Varsity Cup, closing out the first batch of matches with hard-fought victories in Pretoria on Sunday. UWC and Maties also emerged victorious to go into the competition break with good momentum.

Tournament news

FNB Varsity Cup: Eagles’ fightback floors Shimlas

There were tries aplenty in the second round of the FNB Varsity Cup in Pretoria on Thursday, with NWU Eagles overturning a 16-point deficit to beat UFS Shimlas 32-22 probably the highlight of the day, with Maties, CUT, UP-Tuks and UCT also getting wins.