The quarterfinal line-up for the Cell C Community Cup Easter Play-offs has been confirmed after a drama-filled final round on Saturday that saw both previous winners beaten and first-time qualification for Wanderers and Wesbank.
Western Province is the only union with two representatives in the last eight – Cape Town’s Hamiltons and Durbanville-Bellville – while one team each from Boland, Eastern Province, KZN, Golden Lions, Blue Bulls and Leopards will fight it out for the priceless Gold Cup at Impala Rugby Club in Rustenburg from 2-6 April. All 12 matches will be televised live on SuperSport.
In Pool A, 14 points from the boot of fullback Raymond Olivier helped Durbanville-Bellville beat defending champions Rustenburg Impala 24-10 to top the group and set up a repeat of their 2013 quarterfinal against KZN’s Jonsson College Rovers.
Second-placed Impala will now have to face unbeaten Pretoria Police, who topped Pool B. College Rovers cemented second spot in the group when they beat Raiders 25-15 in Johannesburg, thanks to a brace of tries from fullback Chris Jordaan.
In Pool C, Hamiltons skipper and eighthman Jody Burch scored twice as they beat Evergreens 45-21 in Cape Town to set up a mouthwatering WP-Boland quarterfinal against Wesbank of Malmesbury. Vaseline Wanderers, in their maiden Community Cup, beat Aveng Moolmans Sishen 27-21 to qualify.
Wanderers will now play Gap Management Despatch, who, despite a 41-30 defeat at home to SA Home Loans Durban Collegians, finished top of Pool D. There was a nailbiting conclusion to the match at the WJ de Wet Stadium when Collegians, who needed to win with a bonus point and deny Despatch any log points to pip Wesbank, appeared to have done enough when they led 41-20 with time running out.
But replacement flyhalf Francois Nel broke Durban hearts when he scored Despatch’s fourth try with eight minutes remaining to ensure they finished on 16 points, thereby leaving Collegians and Wesbank tied on 15 points apiece.
And while the KZN champions finished with a far better points difference than their Boland rivals, it is Wesbank who will pack their bags for Sun City thanks to the rule which states that, should two teams be tied on log points, it is the winner of the match between two sides who will advance.
Full Results, Round 5 (final round):
Durbanville-Bellville (10) 24 – Tries: Rohan Kitshoff, Karl Liebenberg. Conversion: Raymond Olivier. Penalties: Olivier (4).
Rustenburg Impala (3) 10 – Try: Aubrey McDonald. Conversion: Willie Kok. Penalty: Wilco de Wet.
East Rand Cranes Springs (3) 10 – Try: Pierre Foord. Conversion: Johan Zondagh. Penalty: Zondagh.
Kempston Old Selbornians (7) 19 – Tries: Roy Bursey, Curtis Kleinhans (2). Conversions: Leon Mauer (2).
Raiders (7) 15 – Tries: Marceau Alberts, penalty try. Conversion: Arno Coetzee. Penalty: Coetzee.
Jonsson College Rovers (19) 25 – Tries: Kyle Wilkinson, Chris Jordaan (2). Conversions: Jordaan, Chris Micklewood. Penalty: Micklewood. Drop goal: Micklewood.
BB Truck & Tractor Noordelikes (10) 22 – Tries: Wickus Visser, Sinthamdile Memese, Leslie Venton, Gert van der Merwe. Conversion: Zander Byleveldt.
Berlesell Bloemfontein Crusaders (3) 25 – Tries: Sherwin Slater, Brandon Colby, Blaine Tlhapane. Conversions: Griffin Colby (2). Penalty: Colby, Morné Morolong.
Hamiltons (21) 45 – Tries: Jody Burch (2), Iewan Bartels, Greg van Jaarsveld, Craig Pheiffer, Braam Gerber. Conversions: Monty Dumond (4), Shane Vallender (2). Penalty: Vallender.
Evergreens (18) 21 – Tries: Luzanne Williams, Joseph Fortuin. Conversion: Leegan Moos. Penalties: Moos (3).
Vaseline Wanderers (7) 27 – Tries: Richard Aingworth, Nicolas van Rooyen, Jonathan Mallett, Geoff Wood. Conversions: Darryn Rentzke (2). Penalty: Rentzke.
Aveng Moolmans Sishen (7) 21 – Tries: Prince Mofokeng (2), Jovan Cookson. Conversions: Stewart Jacobs, Tiaan le Roux (2).
Gap Management Despatch (20) 30 – Tries: Francois Nel, Dyllan Lamprecht, Billy Mentoor (2). Conversions: Nel, Ryan Brown. Penalties: Nel, Justin Peach.
SA Home Loans Durban Collegians (21) 41 – Tries: Kyle Hartley (2), Ferdie Horn, Brendon Groenewald, Brendan Cope. Conversions: Cope (3), Duncan Campbell (2). Penalties: Cope (2).
Shumba Ferros (24) 67 – Tries: Tommie Collen, Pule Sibiya (2), Louis Roos (2), Jannie van der Merwe, Izan Green, Christiaan Els, Bennie Mashabane. Conversions: Armand Botha (3), Van der Merwe (5). Penalties: Van der Merwe (2).
J&F Reclaiming Rovers Welkom (14) 35 – Tries: Wayne Ludick, Shaun Prins, LC van Tonder, Freddie Wepener (2). Conversions: Tiaan van Wyk (5).
Easter Play-offs (all 12 matches lives on SuperSport):
Thu 2 April*:
10h00 – Quarter-final 1: Hamiltons (Winner C) vs Wesbank (Runner-Up D)
12h00 – Quarter-final 4: Durbanville-Bellville (Winner A) vs Jonsson College Rovers (Runner-Up B)
14h00 – Quarter-final 3: Gap Management Despatch (Winner D) vs Vaseline Wanderers (Runner-Up C)
16h00 – Quarter-final 2: Pretoria Police (Winner B) vs Rustenburg Impala (Runner-Up A)
* Note: Quarter-finals 2 & 4’s kick-off times swapped to allow hosts Impala to play main match.
Sat 4 April:
Losers’ Match 1: Loser QF 1 vs Loser QF 2
Losers’ Match 2: Loser QF 3 vs Loser QF 4
Cup Semi-Final 1: Winner QF 1 vs Winner QF 2
Cup Semi-Final 2: Winner QF 3 vs Winner QF 4
Monday, 6 April:
08h30 – 7th/8th Play-off
10h30 – 5th/6th Play-off
12h30 – 3rd/4th Play-off
14h30 – Cup Final
Article by SuperSport
Six of the eight Easter play-off spots in this year’s Cell C Community Cup are still up for grabs going into the final weekend, after a penultimate round of pool action yet again characterised by late heroics.
Defending champions Rustenburg Impala and Pretoria Police are the only teams guaranteed of packing their bags for Sun City, where the sides who will contest this year’s knockout stages will be based. All 12 Easter play-off matches, which take place at Impala Rugby Club in Rustenburg from 2-6 April, will be televised live on SuperSport.
The Bobbies finished Pool B unbeaten after routing second-placed Raiders 54-31 at the Bill Jardine Stadium in a match which produced 13 tries. And in Pool A, hosts Impala raced into a 52-0 half-time lead over East Rand Cranes Springs before running out 78-7 victors over opponents who have consistently had the Rustenburgers’ number in recent years.
In Pool C, a 78th-minute try by eighthman Gerschwin Muller and an injury-time penalty by flyhalf Leegan Moos kept Evergreens’ unbeaten record intact when they drew 30-all draw against Aveng Moolmans Sishen in Kathu. There was even more drama in Pool D, where a bonus-point try by centre Sedwell Diedericks two minutes from time gave Wesbank a come-from-behind 27-23 away win over J&F Reclaiming Rovers Welkom.
Results across the four Pools mean that 10 teams will fight it out for six places in the final round, with the very real possibility of points difference and other tie-breaking mechanisms being required to separate a number of potential log-jams.
In Pool A, Impala travel to Cape Town to play Durbanville-Bellville, who they must beat to top the group and so avoid a quarter-final against the rampant Pretoria Police. Durbell need just one point to knock Kempston Old Selbornians out of the race but it will be the East London team who go through should they beat East Rand Cranes Springs away with a bonus point and Impala beat Durbell by more than seven points and prevent them from scoring four tries.
The stakes are just as high in Pool B, where Raiders, third on 10 points, will host Jonsson College Rovers, with 11 points, at the Bill Jardine Stadium in what is effectively a knockout match, with the winners packing their bags for Sun City as runners-up behind Police.
Pool C is too close to call, with any two of Hamiltons, Vaseline Wanderers and Evergreens able to qualify and even log leaders Hammies not guaranteed of going through should they lose at home to Evergreens. With both sides having won two and drawn one of their group matches to date, the Cape Town clash is one of the highlights of the final weekend.
Second-placed Wanderers, who picked up their maiden Community Cup victory with a 53-30 result against One Logix United Bulk Villagers Worcester, will likely grab one of the two qualifying slots on offer should they beat Aveng Moolmans Sishen and pick up a bonus point. Such are the permutations however that the Johannesburgers could either finish top or be knocked out of the tournament depending on what happens in the other match.
And in Pool D, three teams could possibly finish on 15 points, thereby requiring tie-breakers to see who goes through. Wesbank’s last-gasp try in Welkom means that third-placed SA Home Loans Durban Collegians have a monumental task ahead of them. The KZN champions must travel to Port Elizabeth, beat Gap Management Despatch with a bonus point, and deny the Eastern Cape side any points. A single bonus point for Despatch will not only guarantee their passage into the quarter-finals but also that of Wesbank.
The reason is that, should Collegians and Wesbank finish joint second on 15 log points, it would be the Bolanders who will advance even if they have an inferior points difference. This is because the tournament rules state that it is the winner of the match between the two teams that will prevail.
In this case, Wesbank’s 34-20 win over Collegians in Malmesbury in round three would prove crucial.
Full Results, Round 4:
Rustenburg Impala (52) 78 – Tries: Willie Kok, Victor Joubert, Stefan Kruger, Morné Jooste (2), Joe Seerane, Henro Huyser, Gysbert van Wyk (2), Flippie Pienaar, Dumisani Matyeshana, Cecil Dumond. Conversions: Wilco de Wet (5), Willie Kok (3), Dumond. East Rand Cranes Springs (0) 7 – Try: Steven Boshoff. Conversion: Johan Zondagh.
Don’s Pawn Shop PE Police (14) 35 – Tries: Lyle Walters, Jeremy Sebia (2), Frans Gerber, Fabian Juries. Conversions: Juan Smit (4), Kevin Plaatjies. Durbanville-Bellville (21) 43 – Tries: Tiaan Radyn (2), Raymond Olivier (2), Garth April, Brendon April. Conversions: Olivier (5). Penalty: Olivier.
Jonsson College Rovers (28) 52 – Tries: Wade Elliott, TC Khoza, Paul Bester, Matt Phillips, Luciando Santos, Graham Geldenhuys, Dusty Noble (2). Conversions: Chris Micklewood (4), Jeandré Small (2). Berlesell Bloemfontein Crusaders (6) 6 – Penalties: Darren Baron (2).
Raiders (0) 31 – Tries: Gustav de Vos, Christopher Nqubuli (2), Christopher Juries, Ben Sekgobela. Conversions: Arno Coetzee (3). Pretoria Police (40) 54 – Tries: Wynand de Sousa, Michael Nienaber, Ian van Deventer, Hendrik van der Nest (2), Hendrik Rademeyer, Gaybrin Smith, Birtie Powell. Conversions: Dillon Laubscher (7).
Aveng Moolmans Sishen (13) 30 – Tries: Ryan de Wee, Jamie Zwiegelaar, Dawid Roux (2). Conversions: Tiaan le Roux (2). Penalties: Le Roux (2). Pacaltsdorp Evergreens (14) 30 – Tries: Luzanne Williams, Gerschwin Muller, Deroy Rhoode. Conversions: Leegan Moos (3). Penalties: Moos (3).
Vaseline Wanderers (27) 53 – Tries: Wes Flanagan (2), Richard Aingworth (2), Nicolas van Rooyen, Jonathan Mallett, Carl Gliddon. Conversions: Darryn Rentzke (6). Penalties: Rentzke (2). One Logix United Bulk Villagers Worcester (13) 30 – Tries: Ricardo Jones, Nazeem van Sitters, Jowayne van Wyk, Ernst Claassen. Conversions: Van Sitters (2). Penalties: Van Sitters (2).
SA Home Loans Durban Collegians (15) 39 – Tries: Kyle Hartley, Keelin Bastew, Gareth Reece-Edwards, Ferdie Horn, Brendon Groenewald. Conversions: Duncan Campbell (4). Penalties: Campbell (2). Shumba Ferros (16) 16 – Try: Tommie Collen. Conversion: Jannie van der Merwe. Penalties: Collen (2), Van der Merwe.
J&F Reclaiming Rovers Welkom (3) 23 – Tries: Patrick Kampher, Wayne Ludick, Ernst Wepener. Conversions: Tiaan van Wyk (1). Penalties: Van Wyk (2). Wesbank (15) 27 – Tries: Chrislyn van Schalkwyk, Salmon Coetzee, Melvin Laserus, Sedick Diedericks. Conversions: Evan Liedeman (2). Penalties: Liedeman (1).
Round 5 – Saturday, 21 March (4pm unless otherwise stated):
Pool A – Durbanville-Bellville vs Rustenburg Impala (Durb-Bell Rugby Club, Cape Town) East Rand Cranes Springs vs Kempston Old Selbornians (Springs Rugby Club)
Pool B – BB Truck & Tractor Noordelikes vs Berlesell Bloemfontein Crusaders (Noordelikes Rugby Club, Polokwane, 4.30pm) Raiders vs Jonsson College Rovers (Bill Jardine Stadium, Johannesburg, 3.30pm)
Pool C – Hamiltons vs Evergreens (Stephan Oval, Green Point) Vaseline Wanderers vs Aveng Moolmans Sishen (Kent Park, Johannesburg)
Pool D – Shumba Ferros vs J&F Reclaiming Rovers Welkom (Puma Stadium, Emalahleni, 3pm) Gap Management Despatch vs SA Home Loans Durban Collegians (WJ de Wet Stadium, Despatch
Article by Supersport
Wesbank and Evergreens each moved a big step closer to the knockout stages while Pretoria Police showed their title credentials in a dramatic third round of Cell C Community Cup action characterised once again by large crowds and nailbiting results across the country.
Seven of Saturday’s eight pool matches were only decided in the dying minutes, with six of the games decided by six points or less as a number of teams kept their hopes alive of qualifying for the Easter play-offs, which takes place in Rustenburg from 2-6 April with all 12 matches live on SuperSport.
In Pool A, two tries from wing Dumisani Matyeshana saw defending champions Rustenburg Impala hold out for a hard-fought 28-22 victory over Kempston Old Selbornians in East London. In the Pool’s other match, East Rand Cranes broke their duck when they came back from 11 points down to beat Don’s Pawn Shop PE Police 25-22, with replacement Marthinus du Plessis diving over in the second minute of injury time to seal a dramatic victory.
The results see Impala top a congested Pool A with nine points ahead of their derby against bogey team Springs this weekend, while Old Selbornians, who made the play-offs last year, must beat Durbanville-Bellville at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Saturday to avoid being knocked out.
There was just as much drama in Pool B, where a 79th-minute penalty by Dillon Laubscher gave Pretoria Police a 20-19 home win over Jonsson College Rovers in a match played in a Highveld thunderstorm. In the Pool’s other match, fullback Christopher Juries, wing Marceau Alberts and replacement Tshepo Mooki each scored two tries apiece as Raiders kept their qualification hopes alive with a 50-27 win over BB Truck & Tractor Noordelikes in Polokwane.
The results see Police take a five-point lead at the top of the Pool, with the three-horse qualifying race between Bobbies, Raiders and College Rovers set to be decided in the final two rounds at the Bill Jardine Stadium where Raiders host Police and Rovers in Rounds 4 and 5.
In Pool C, there was late fireworks in Worcester as a 79th-minute try by replacement Francois Esterhuyzen gave Hamiltons a 41-35 victory over One Logix United Bulk Villagers Worcester in the first meeting of these two teams in 132 years. And in Pacaltsdorp, Vaseline Wanderers scored four tries and looked to have done enough for a 20-19 win against Evergreens, only for the home side, spurred on by a 3,000-strong crowd, to take the spoils with a late try to flyhalf Leegan Moos.
The results make Pool C too close to call. Hamiltons lead by four points over Evergreens, who have a game in hand and must travel to Cape Town in the final round, while Wanderers’ five points gained on the road ahead of their two home games mean that they can still leapfrog Evergreens and Worcester and into play-off contention.
In Pool D, Wesbank came from behind to beat SA Home Loans Durban Collegians 34-20 in front of 2,000 fanatical fans in Malmesbury to move into second place behind Gap Management Despatch, who were made to work all the way for a nailbiting 29-26 victory in Emalahleni over Shumba Ferros.
The results see Despatch and Wesbank in the pound seats going into the final two rounds, with the Boland side standing a good chance of qualifying should they beat bottom-placed J&F Reclaiming Rovers Welkom on Saturday. Collegians are not yet out of the race, although they will most likely have to beat Despatch on the road in the final match of the pool stages to advance.
FULL RESULTS, ROUND 3:
East Rand Cranes Springs (8) 25 – Tries: Shaun McGeer, Riaan Botha, Marthinus du Plessis. Conversions: Kazlo Holtzhausen (2). Penalties: Holtzhausen (2).
Don’s Pawn Shop PE Police (15) 22 – Tries: Daniel Vosloo, Jeremy Sebia, Sebastian Loxsen. Conversions: Juan Smit (2). Penalty: Smit.Kempston Old Selbornians (10) 22 – Tries: Roy Bursey, Leon Mauer, Billy Dutton. Conversions: Dale Sabbagh, Mauer. Penalty: Sabbagh.
Rustenburg Impala (15) 28 – Tries: Dumisani Matyeshana (2), Tiaan Nel. Conversions: Wilco de Wet (2). Penalties: De Wet (3).Pool B:
Pretoria Police (7) 20 – Tries: Hannes Ludik, Hendrik Rademeyer. Conversions: Dillon Laubscher (2). Penalty: Laubscher. Drop goal: Laubscher.
Jonsson College Rovers (16) 19 – Try: Matthew Phillips. Conversion: Chris Micklewood. Penalties: Micklewood (4).BB Truck & Tractor Noordelikes (13) 27 – Tries: Alwyn Olivier, Dustin Hoffmann, Gert van der Merwe, Scheepers Lubbe. Conversions: Olivier, Zander Byleveldt. Penalty: Byleveldt.
Raiders (31) 50 – Tries: Tshepo Mooki (2), Marceau Alberts (2), Christopher Juries (2), Christopher Nqubuli. Conversions: Arno Coetzee (5), Chanwille October. Penalty: Coetzee.Pool C:
Evergreens (16) 26 – Tries: Leegan Moos, Joseph Fortuin, Anvor Prins. Conversion: Moos. Penalties: Moos (3). Vaseline Wanderers (10) 20 – Tries: Nicolas van Rooyen (2), Wes Flanagan, Darryn Rentzke.
One Logix United Bulk Villagers Worcester (21) 35 – Tries: Jowayne van Wyk, Ricardo Jones (2), Wayne Wilschut, Yrin Belelie. Conversions: Nazeem van Sitters (5).
Hamilton (21) 41 – Tries: Pierre Cronje, Janno van Zyl (2), Henk Franken, Francois Esterhuyzen, Craig Pheiffer. Conversions: Monty Dumond (3), Earl Lewis. Penalty: Van Zyl.
Wesbank (12) 34 – Tries: Rhonwen Appollis, Nicholas Duhwa, Melvin Laserus, Evan Liedeman, Anvon Davids. Conversions: Dashton Wellman (3). Penalty: Wellman.
SA Home Loans Durban Collegians (12) 20 – Tries: Brendon Groenewald, Brendan Cope, Andrew Holland. Conversion: Cope. Penalty: Cope.Shumba Ferros (12) 26 – Tries: Christiaan Els, Louis Roos, Nkululeko Henson Ngozo, Werno Smit. Conversions: Jan Adriaan van der Merwe (3).
Gap Management Despatch (10) 29 – Tries: Marlon Lewis, Jaco Swanepoel, Billy Mentoor (2). Conversions: Justin Peach, Ryan Brown (2). Penalty: Brown.Round 4 – Sat 14 March (16h00 unless otherwise stated):
Pool A –
Rustenburg Impala vs East Rand Cranes Springs (Impala Rugby Club, Rustenburg) Don’s Pawn Shop PE Police vs Durbanville Bellville (Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE, 15h00)
Pool B –
Raiders vs Pretoria Police (Bill Jardine Stadium, Johannesburg) Jonsson College Rovers vs Berlesell Bloemfontein Crusaders (KP3, Kings Park, Durban)
Pool C –
Vaseline Wanderers vs One Logix United Bulk Villagers Worcester (Kent Park, Johannesburg) Aveng Moolmans Sishen vs Evergreens (Sivos Stadium, Kathu)
Pool D –
J&F Reclaiming Rovers Welkom vs Wesbank (Rovers Rugby Club, Welkom) SA Home Loans Durban Collegians vs Shumba Ferros (KP3, Kings Park, Durban, 13h30)
Article by SuperSport
A last-gasp penalty from veteran flyhalf Monty Dumond gave Hamiltons a 40-all draw against Vaseline Wanderers on Saturday as the Cell C Community Cup came alive on an afternoon of high drama.The unruffled Dumond, who slotted a post-hooter penalty to win the inaugural Community Cup title in 2013 for his former club, Despatch, nailed the 82nd-minute kick from a narrow angle to give his team a share of the spoils in a highly entertaining televised match which saw 10 tries and 80 points scored.
Elsewhere around the country there was also plenty of tries and high drama in wins for Durbanville-Bellville, PE Police, College Rovers, Pretoria Police, Villagers Worcester, Despatch and Durban Collegians in the country’s premier tournament for non-university clubs.
In Pool A, PE Police registered their first win after flyhalf Juan Smit scored a 67th-minute try to give the home side a hard-fought 15-8 win over Kempston Old Selbornians at Kemsley Park. In the Pool’s other match, Durbanville-Bellville bounced back from their round-one defeat to Old Selbornians in some style, running in 11 tries in front of 800 enthusiastic supporters for a 73-19 victory over East Rand Cranes Springs.
The results see Durbell top a congested Pool A on points difference ahead of their bye this coming weekend, which sees defending champions Rustenburg Impala travelling to East London and Springs hosting PE Police. A second defeat for Old Selbornians or PE Police at this stage will likely knock them out of contention for the top-eight Easter play-offs, which take place from 2-6 April at the Impala Club in Rustenburg.
In Pool B, two tries in the last two minutes, by lock Imilius Keyser and fullback Ruan van Loo, gave Pretoria Police a remarkable 31-26 win over Berlesell Bloemfontein Crusaders at the Clive Solomon Stadium in Heidedal – the second heartbreaking loss at home for Crusaders in as many weeks after their 20-16 defeat to Raiders in Round 1. In the Pool’s other match, 2013 silver medallists Jonsson College Rovers got their campaign off to an enterprising start with a 54-15 win over BB Truck & Tractor Noordelikes in Durban.
Police top Pool B with 10 points, but they face their sternest test when they host College Rovers in Groenkloof in round three in a match which may yet decide who finishes top of the group. Raiders meanwhile resume their campaign with a difficult away trip to Polokwane to face Noordelikes.
In Pool C, apart from Monty Dumond’s late heroics in Cape Town, there was also drama aplenty at Boland Park in Worcester where a 75th-minute try by replacement flanker Yrin Belelie, converted by centre Nazeem van Sitters, gave One Logix United Bulk Villagers Worcester an 18-13 victory over Aveng Moolmans Sishen.
Pool C is too close to call, with leaders Hamiltons and Villagers Worcester facing each other in a mouthwatering WP vs Boland clash in Worcester this weekend. In the other match, Wanderers, fresh from their televised tournament debut, face the daunting task of travelling to George to play Evergreens, who return to action after their opening-round victory over Worcester.
And in Pool D, 2013 champions Gap Mangement Despatch found themselves 21-0 down after 20 minutes but rallied remarkably to score seven tries and 31 unanswered points in a 43-25 victory over Wesbank in front of 2,000 fans at the WJ de Wet Stadium. In the Pool’s other match, SA Home Loans Durban Collegians registered a bonus-point, 32-12 win over J&F Reclaiming Rovers Welkom in Durban in their first-ever Community Cup match.
Despatch, with a full house of 10 points, are favourites to progress, although they face a difficult away match in Emalahleni this Saturday to play Shumba Ferros, while Durban Collegians have an even tougher assignment in Malmesbury against Wesbank who, as they showed against Despatch, are one of the tournament’s most underestimated sides.
Full Results, Round 2:
Don's Pawn Shop PE Police 15-8 Kempston Old Selbornians
Durbanville-Bellville 73-19 East Rand Cranes Springs
Berlesell Bfn Crusaders 26-31 Pretoria Police
Jonsson College Rovers 54-15 BB Truck & Tractor Noordelikes
One Logix United Bulk Villagers Worcester 18-13 Aveng Moolmans Sishen
Hamiltons 40-40 Vaseline Wanderers
Gap Management Despatch 43-25 Wesbank
SA Home Loans Durban Collegians 32-12 J&F Reclaiming Rovers Welkom
Article by SA Rugby