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Currie Cup Semi's 2013
« on: October 18, 2013, 09:01:31 AM »
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"And down in Durban, the other team favoured to make the final, the Sharks, are wary of a Cheetahs side that has effectively only really been bolstered by two men since they were beaten 50-26 the last time they visited Growthpoint Kings Park. It is not so much Coenie Oosthuizen that they fear though, but the experience and leadership brought by Adriaan Strauss."

"DHL Western Province coach Allister Coetzee is not normally one to be too bold, and would probably normally talk about a lowly team like Border as a “tough challenge”, but after making his team announcement for the Absa Currie Cup semifinal he departed from the usual script.

Clearly not concerned that his words could be used as motivation by the MTN Golden Lions, who shocked a full strength Province team that was expected to canter to victory in a similar semifinal two seasons ago, Coetzee made no bones about the fact this is a game his team should be expected to win."






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