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39dKweséESPN staff

Munster hold on for narrow win in Bloemfontein

Munster used both experience and opportunism to come away with a narrow, but valuable, 30-26 win away over the Cheetahs in the PRO14 in Bloemfontein on Sunday.

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83dKweséESPN staff

Last-minute score sees Cheetahs-Ulster draw

Former Wallaby Henry Speight scored a try in a dramatic finish to ensure a draw for Ulster in their PRO14 encounter against the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein on Friday.

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89dNick Said

Price shock for Cheetahs as Warriors claim easy win

Scrumhalf Ali Price scored two tries as Glasgow Warriors continued their 100 percent start to the season with a bonus-point 52-24 victory over the Free State Cheetahs.

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89dKweséESPN Staff

Griquas rally to beat Free State Cheetahs

The Griquas claimed their first win of the 2018 Currie Cup when they rallied from behind to beat the Free State Cheetahs 52-24 in Kimberley on Saturday evening.

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96dNick Said

Ospreys have too much muscle for Cheetahs

The Ospreys ran out convincing 46-14 winners over the Cheetahs from South Africa in their PRO14 fixture at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday.

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103dKweséESPN Staff

Sharks maul powers them to win over Cheetahs

A late penalty try wasn't enough for the Cheetahs as they suffered their third successive Currie Cup loss when they went down 29-33 to the Sharks in Bloemfontein on Saturday afternoon.

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170dReuters

Adriaan Strauss announces retirement

The 32-year-old hooker will end his 14-year professional career at the completion of the 2018 Super Rugby season.

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210dJohn Goliath, KweséESPN

Should South Africa ditch SANZAAR?

KweséESPN's John Goliath looks at some of the pros and the cons if SA Rugby decides to ditch their southern-hemisphere partners for their northern counterparts.

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223dPA Sport

Scarlets dispatch Cheetahs to ease into last four

Scarlets cruised into the last four of the Guinness PRO14 after securing a 43-8 victory over error-strewn Cheetahs in the quarterfinal at a sun-soaked Parc y Scarlets.

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229dPA Sport

Cheetahs book place in PRO14 playoffs

The Cheetahs booked their place in the PRO14 knockout stages with a 29-20 victory over the Southern Kings at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium.

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244dESPN Staff

Murray monster kick seals win for Munster

Conor Murray came off the bench to score a try to keep Munster in touch at halftime and then landed a monster penalty from inside his own half to give the Irish province a 19-17 victory over Cheetahs in the PRO14 in South Africa.

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265dPA Sport

Cheetahs heap more misery on Dragons

The Cheetahs moved a step closer to a place in the Guinness PRO14 playoffs thanks to a 29-17 victory against the Dragons.

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288dESPN Staff

Springbok Venter to join Duncan in Worcester

Springboks centre Francois Venter will join Rory Duncan in swapping the PRO14 for the Aviva Premiership this summer after agreeing a two-year deal with Worcester Warriors.

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291dPA Sport

Ospreys still in hunt for Champions Cup rugby

Sam Davies held his nerve to hammer home a 79th minute conversion of replacement hooker Ifan Phillips' try to snatch PRO14 victory from the jaws of defeat for the Ospreys against the Cheetahs.

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306dPA Sport

Win sees Cardiff up to fourth

Cardiff kept alive their hopes of playing in the European Champions Cup next season with an excellent 25-20 victory over the third-placed Cheetahs in PRO14 Conference A.

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308dESPN Staff

Duncan set for Warriors' head coaching role

Worcester Warriors have announced that current South African Rory Duncan will become head coach of the Aviva Premiership side when his contract at PRO14 side the Cheetahs comes to an end this summer.

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384dPA Sport

Edinburgh well beaten by Cheetahs

Edinburgh were beaten 33-13 by the Cheetahs in their first Guinness PRO14 encounter in South Africa.

2019 RankingsGuinness PRO14

  • CHE5th
    TRIES SCORED 1st Leinster : 51 Tries Scored
    LEINS1st
    31
    51
  • CHE11th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Leinster : 219 Points Difference
    LEINS1st
    -108
    219