Who won the Currie Cup in 1995?
|1995 Currie Cup|
Who won the 2010 Currie Cup?
It was won by the Sharks, who defeated Western Province 30-10 in the final at Absa Stadium, Durban. Patrick Lambie was named man-of-the-match for his tally of 25 points, the second highest total scored by an individual in a Currie Cup Final.
Who won the Currie Cup in 2006?
|2006 Currie Cup Premier Division|
|Date||23 June – 14 October 2013|
|Champions||Joint champions: Blue Bulls (22nd title) Free State Cheetahs (3rd title)|
How many times did the Sharks win the Currie Cup?
The team is the third most successful provincial union in the Currie Cup, having won the competition eight times. Natal won its first Currie Cup in 1990, the same year the union celebrated its centenary. Since then the Sharks have won the Currie Cup in 1992, 1995, 1996, 2008, 2010, 2013 and most recently in 2018.
Which team has won the most Currie Cups?
Steeped in history and tradition, the Currie Cup dates back to 1891….Currie Cup.
|Current season or competition: 2021 Currie Cup Premier Division|
|Number of teams||Premier Division: 7 First Division: 8|
|Holders||Blue Bulls (2020–21)|
|Most titles||Western Province (34) Four shared (4)|
When did Western Province win the Currie Cup?
The late 1940s and early 1950s were dominated by Transvaal who would win the trophy in 1950 and 1952, however in 1954 the Currie Cup would finally return south following Western Province’s narrow 11–8 victory over Northern Transvaal in the final at Newlands in Cape Town.
How is the final of the Currie Cup decided?
Every final of the Currie Cup was special. Every one had stories that could be told about it. Every one had men who became heroes. The venue for finals was originally decided by the age of the union, then by where the previous final had been played and now by position on the Currie Cup log.
Who was the winner of the Currie Cup in 1952?
It came off the side of his boot and Northern Transvaal win Johnny Lourens snatched the ball up and scored the try that won the Currie Cup for Northern Transvaal. Con de Kock, an athletic Matie, a great hero, disappeared from provincial rugby after that. Boland played in the 1952 final.
Why was the 1947 Currie Cup Final at Newlands?
The venue for finals was originally decided by the age of the union, then by where the previous final had been played and now by position on the Currie Cup log. The 1947 Final was at Newlands because Western Province was an older union than Transvaal.