Former Cheetah scrumhalf, Kevin Luiters, is the latest signing for the EP Kings and joined the Currie Cup training squad on Monday already. [...]
Former Springbok and Sharks captain, Shaun Sowerby, became the newest member of the EP Kings’ coaching staff ahead of their entry into the Currie Cup Premier Division. [...]
Tim Whitehead and Hansie Graaff will turn out for the newly-promoted EP Kings in this year’s Currie Cup. [...]
WP and Stormers favourite Gio Aplon has confirmed he will be playing his trade in France at the end of the current Super Rugby season [...]
Former Cheetahs and Edinburgh lock, Izak van der Westhuizen, will be amongst the first to join the EP Kings as they prepare for their first season in the Currie Cup Premier Division. EP Rugby CEO, Charl Crous, said the 28 year old signed a three year deal and will join the Kings in June. [...]
Eastern Province Rugby CEO, Charl Crous, announced yesterday that Carlos Spencer will be head of coaching staff for the EP Kings during their 2014 Currie Cup Premier Division campaign. [...]
It’s taken about 37 attempts (at latest count) but a SARU Special General Council finally agreed today to extend the Currie Cup Premier Division to eight teams this year, up from six. [...]
They’re the Absa Currie Cup champions and they’re heading your way! [...]
Pumas matchwinner Carl Bezuidenhout is on his way to join former Kings mentor Alan Solomons at Scottish club Edinburgh until the end of the European season.
The Sharks have opened season ticket sales for 2014 and the new management team headed up by CEO John Smit have pulled out all the stops to ensure absolutely unbeatable value for the fans. [...]
Update: We’ve just seen a tweet form the Sharks indicating that this event has had to be postponed until January.
The Sharks will be taking the Currie Cup trophy out to La Lucia Mall next Saturday, giving fans a great opportunity to meet the team and be photographed with the iconic trophy. [...]
Let’s look back on this year’s amazingly successful Currie Cup campaign and hand out awards to the players that we feel did particularly well. The rotation system does, of course, make this task a little more difficult this year, but we’ll do what we can to adapt. [...]
A couple of weeks ago the Sharks played their Currie Cup semi-final match against the Cheetahs in front of a near empty GROWTHPOINT KINGS PARK stadium. Maybe this was not the most successful season the boys have had in recent years, but it certainly also was not the worst season that they have had in recent memory either. The 8th position the Sharks managed on the Super Rugby log, missing out on a play-off position, was the worst the Sharks have done since 2010 when they ended 9th on the log, but that year the Sharks also had stadium attendance of over 35 000 for the semi-final against the Bulls (in torrential rain) and were at just about full capacity for the for the final against Western Province. And this was a mere 3 years ago. [...]
The Currie Cup expansion is back on the SARU table. [...]
According to an article in several of the Afrikaans dailies, former Griffons utility back Hansie Graaff is set to stay in Durban for a further 6 months. [...]