Northern Transvaal

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1969–70 South Africa Rugby Union Tour - Touring Party - Forwards
... Mof Myburgh (Northern Transvaal) Tiny Neethling (Western Province) Hannes Marais (Eastern Province) Ronnie Potgieter (Northern Transvaal) Gawie Carelse (Eastern Province) André de Wet (Western Province) Frik du Preez ...
Blue Bulls - History - Northern Transvaal
... The team as it is known today has its beginnings in 1938 when the then Northern Transvaal Rugby Union broke away from the Transvaal Rugby Football Union to gain ... The new team was named Northern Transvaal and donned light blue jerseys with a red Barberton daisy emblem ... With time running out Brewis, the first true Northerns legend, received the ball in his own twenty-two ...
1995 Rugby World Cup Squads - Pool A - South Africa
... Orange Free State)‡ Balie Swart (prop) (Transvaal) Marius Hurter (Western Province) Garry Pagel (Western Province) Chris Rossouw (hooker) (Transvaal) James Dalton (hooker ...
Natal Sharks - History
... Natal made their first Currie Cup final appearance in the 1956 season, where they met Northern Transvaal at home, Kings Park Stadium in Durban ... Natal went down by just a single point, with Northern Transvaal winning the match 9-8 ... Natal met 1956 final opponents, Northern Transvaal, in the legendary 1990 final in Pretoria, though this time, Natal won the contest, claiming their first ever Currie Cup, with the final score being 18 points to 12 ...
Super 12 Champions - Tournaments
... This resulted in the Natal Sharks, Transvaal, Northern Transvaal and Western Province playing in 1996 and the Natal Sharks, the Gauteng Lions, Free State Cheetahs and Northern. 247 ... +73 41. 25–43 — 2 Blues 354 ... +54 41. 48–11 45–12 3 Northern Transvaal 208 ... +121 38. 11–48 — 4 Natal ...

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    You’ll wait a long, long time for anything much
    To happen in heaven beyond the floats of cloud
    And the Northern Lights that run like tingling nerves.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)