Herman Gibbs

WP coach tickled pink by 14 bulldusters

DHL Western Province coach Allister Coetzee has heaped praise on his charges for holding their composure to beat the Blue Bulls 29-18 despite being a player down in the second half of their Currie Cup match in Pretoria on Saturday. “You come up to Loftus and you know it is not easy but to do it with 14 men is …

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Nooit! Poite ref statement from IRB

The International Rugby Board has confirmed that French referee Romain Poite was wrong in his decision to give Bismarck du Plessis his first yellow card during the Boks’ clash against the All Blacks in Saturday’s Castle Lager Rugby Championship match in Auckland. Du Plessis received two yellow cards and was sent from the field in the 42nd minute, making the …

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Holden Manz – there to behold!

Holden Manz wine estate is located above the Franschhoek valley overlooked by magnificent mountains which stand guard over the beautiful valley below. Situated between the Franschhoek & Stony Brook rivers, this 22 hectare wine estate, with its fertile and dark loam soils produces superb wines in a state-of-the-art cellar. Located amidst the vines at the entrance to the Franschhoek Kitchen …

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Province off to Loftus in a Taz

By Herman R Gibbs, Cape Dreams Editor DHL Western Province have named lock Methetheleli ‘Taz’ Fuzani in their Currie Cup team to play the Blue Bulls at Loftus on Saturday. The Uitenhage-born, Fuzani has been in system at WP for a while and was impressive for the Vodacom Cup team earlier this season. The 22-year-old Fuzani was initially drawn from …

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SPS August issue now online, pages 3 & 4

The Sea Point Sentinel August issue now online, pages 3 & 4.

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SPS August issue now online, pages 1 & 2

The August issue of the Sea Point Sentinel is now available online. Here follows pages 1 and 2.

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SA’s Sithole lifts US Open title

South African wheelchair tennis player Lucas Sithole continued his rocketing ascent in the world of quads by capturing the US Open singles title in New York on Sunday. His maiden Grand Slam championship win came against local favourite and world No 1 David Wagner in a scintillating 7-5, 6-7, 6-4 three setter. Sithole’s epic achievement was a first for an …

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Sea Point Sentinel digital issue now on Cape Dreams

The Sea Point Sentinel which is published once a month by the New Apostolic Church’s Sea Point Congregation will be available in digital form on Cape Dreams website. The July debut edition included two pages.

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Bokke take Wallabies for a ride

South Africa won their first match in Australia in four years and kept the Wallabies win-less in the Rugby Championship with a record 38-12 victory on Saturday. The Springboks won for the first time in nine visits to Brisbane in 42 years with a four tries-to-nil thrashing to remain unbeaten in the southern hemisphere series along with the All Blacks, …

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Province win 25-19 but lose 2nd half 19-10

By Herman R Gibbs Cape Dreams Editor Western Province will be glowing in the aftermath of their 25-19 Currie Cup victory over coastal rivals the Sharks at Newlands on Saturday, but it was hardly a performance that sounded a championship warning. After leading 15-0 at halftime, WP continued to destroy the Sharks’ scrums and boss the line-outs yet they were …

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