Who won the most Currie Cup?
|Current season or competition: 2022 Currie Cup Premier Division|
|Number of teams||Premier Division: 7 First Division: 7|
|Holders||Blue Bulls (2021)|
|Most titles||Western Province (34) Four shared (4)|
Why is it called the Curry Cup?
The cup was named for Sir Donald Currie, the owner of a shipping company in Great Britain. In 1891 a British rugby team traveled to South Africa to play against several local teams. Currie donated a special gold cup for the tour.
Who won the Currie Cup in 2012?
|2012 Currie Cup Premier Division|
|Champions||Western Province (33rd title)|
|Attendance||645,820 (average 18,452 per match)|
Who won the Currie Cup 2010?
It was won by the Sharks, who defeated Western Province 30–10 in the final at Absa Stadium, Durban….
|2010 Currie Cup Premier Division|
|Top point scorer||Willem de Waal, Western Province (220)|
|Top try scorer||Bjorn Basson, Griquas (21)|
Who donated the Currie Cup?
During that tour, Donald Currie donated the Currie Cup to be awarded to the team which performed best against the touring side; which was judged to be Kimberley. In other first-class matches during the 1889–90 season, Kimberley faced Natal twice, winning both matches.
Who won the Currie Cup 2019?
the Free State Cheetahs
The competition was won by the Free State Cheetahs, who beat the Golden Lions 31–28 in the final played on 7 September 2019….
|2019 Currie Cup Premier Division|
|Date||12 July – 7 September 2019|
|Champions||Free State Cheetahs (6th 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.
Who won the 2015 Currie Cup Premier Division?
The competition was won by the Golden Lions for the eleventh time in their history; they beat Western Province 32–24 in the final played on 24 October 2015. There were eight participating teams in the 2015 Currie Cup Premier Division.
Who will host ABSA Currie Cup Final in 2015?
^ “Xerox Golden Lions to host 2015 Absa Currie Cup final”. South African Rugby Union. 17 October 2015. Retrieved 19 October 2015. ^ “WP hold off Blue Bulls to reach final”.
What rugby teams have preserved ABSA Currie Cup winning form?
^ “Xerox Golden Lions, Vodacom Blue Bulls preserve Absa Currie Cup winning form”. South African Rugby Union. 6 September 2015. Retrieved 7 September 2015. ^ “Blue Bulls grind past Cheetahs”.
Are Gauteng rivals early pacesetters in ABSA Currie Cup race?
^ “Gauteng rivals early pacesetters in Absa Currie Cup race”. South African Rugby Union. 16 August 2015. Retrieved 17 August 2015. ^ “Blue Bulls speed past Griquas in second half”.