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SA RUGBY U20 CHAMPIONSHIP

In the final of the 2019 SA Rugby Under-20 Provincial Championship, the Down Touch Griffons defeated the EP Elephants by 37-29, claiming the title for a fourth time. The teams were split into three geographical pools featuring three teams each during pool stages of the competition , with each side playing a double round of matches – two at home and two away.

The history

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RESULTS

30 Aug|Fanie du Toit Stadium

Griffons U20

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Eastern Province U20

24 Aug|De Wet Stadium, Despatch

Eastern Province U20

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Pumas U20

24 Aug|HT Pelatona Projects Stadium, Welkom

Griffons U20

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Boland U20

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.