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SA RUGBY UNDER-19 CUP

The SA Rugby Under-19 Cup is back after the COVID pandemic disrupted the competition over the last few seasons. This year, the Vodacom Bulls, Toyota Cheetahs, DHL Western Province and Cell C Sharks U19s will battle it out for honours over a single round of matches from 29 October until 12 November. The will defend the title they won in 2019, the last time it took place. In the 2022 edition of the tournament, only four teams will feature following the withdrawal of Eastern Province, the Leopards and Lions.

The history

SA Rugby Under-19 Cup 2022 table
Pos Team PL W L D PF PA DIFF TF TA PTS
1
Vodacom Bulls U19
3 3 0 0 91 20 71 13 2 14
2
Cell C Sharks U19
3 2 1 0 50 70 -20 8 9 9
3
DHL Western Province U19
3 1 2 0 47 65 -18 5 10 5
4
Toyota Cheetahs U19
3 0 3 0 44 77 -33 6 11 2

There are currently no fixtures available.

RESULTS

12 Nov|Grey College, Bloemfontein

Toyota Cheetahs U19

19 - 24

DHL Western Province U19

12 Nov|Kings Park 2, Durban

Cell C Sharks U19

7 - 35

Vodacom Bulls U19

05 Nov|Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria

Vodacom Bulls U19

32 - 10

Toyota Cheetahs U19

Tournaments

News

SA Rugby confirms bumper domestic calendar

SA Rugby has announced the exciting competition structure for the 2023 rugby season, which will see an expansion of the Currie Cup Premier Division, the addition of the Mzanzi Challenge comprising five international teams, as well as the plenty of provincial women’s and age-group rugby.

Vodacom United Rugby Championship

Cell C Sharks fly SA flag on tough weekend

The Cell C Sharks were the only South African side to register a victory in a disappointing round of matches for the domestic Vodacom United Rugby Championship teams, but despite this, three of the four teams remain in the top four on the standings.

Vodacom United Rugby Championship

Sharks sneak through in thrilling clash in Edinburgh

The Cell C Sharks snuck through for a 22-19 victory in their Round 13 Vodacom United Rugby Championship clash against Edinburgh at the DAM Health Stadium on Saturday, with a penalty goal separating the teams on the scoreboard.

Vodacom United Rugby Championship

Connacht too good for Emirates Lions in Galway

Irish province Connacht recorded their sixth win of the Vodacom United Rugby Championship as they beat the Emirates Lions by 43-24 on a cold and windy night at the Sportsground in Galway, with Caolin Blade grabbing a hat-trick for the hosts.

Vodacom United Rugby Championship

Injury-disrupted Stormers go down in Belfast

Ulster were in superb form as they beat the DHL Stormers by 35-5 (half-time 21-0) in a difficult Vodacom United Rugby Championship outing for the South African team on a cold night at Kingspan Stadium in Belfast.