About

SA Cup

The SA Cup, a brand-new provincial competition featuring 46 games, kicks off on Human Rights Day (Thursday, 21 March) in what will be the official start to the local provincial season for 2024. The SA Cup fills an important gap between pre-season and the start of the Currie Cup Premier and First Division competitions, and it replaces the Mzanzi Challenge which served a similar purpose last year. Ten provincial sides will face each other over nine consecutive weeks. At the conclusion of the league phase, the two top ranked sides will compete in the SA Cup Final on the weekend of 24 and 25 May.

The history

SA Cup 2024 table
Pos Team PL W L D PF PA DIFF TF TA PTS
1
Suzuki Griquas
5 5 0 0 382 77 305 57 9 25
2
Airlink Pumas
5 5 0 0 299 25 274 44 3 25
3
NovaVit Griffons
5 4 1 0 181 143 38 26 21 20
4
Toyota Cheetahs
5 3 2 0 206 124 82 32 18 17
5
Sanlam Boland Kavaliers
5 2 3 0 132 138 -6 18 20 12
6
Phangela SWD Eagles
5 2 3 0 122 189 -67 18 25 11
7
Leopards
5 2 3 0 115 247 -132 17 38 10
8
Eastern Province
5 1 4 0 106 214 -108 14 32 8
9
Valke
5 1 4 0 131 246 -115 16 35 7
10
Border Bulldogs
5 0 5 0 53 324 -271 7 48 0

FIXTURES

Eastern Province

26 Apr | Central Rugby Field, Kariega

15:00

Suzuki Griquas

Phangela SWD Eagles

27 Apr | Outeniqua Park, George

15:00

Toyota Cheetahs

Airlink Pumas

27 Apr | Nelspruit Rugby Club, Nelspruit

15:00

Leopards

Sanlam Boland Kavaliers

27 Apr | Boland Stadium, Wellington

15:00

Border Bulldogs

NovaVit Griffons

28 Apr | Down Touch Investments Stadium, Welkom

15:00

Valke

RESULTS

21 Apr|Down Touch Investments Stadium, Welkom

NovaVit Griffons

36 - 33

Toyota Cheetahs

20 Apr|Olen Park, Potchefstroom

Leopards

43 - 26

Eastern Province

20 Apr|Boland Stadium, Wellington

Sanlam Boland Kavaliers

30 - 48

Suzuki Griquas

20 Apr|Police Park, East London

Border Bulldogs

0 - 56

Airlink Pumas

20 Apr|Barnard Stadium, Kempton Park

Valke

63 - 31

Phangela SWD Eagles