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On this page we will try and keep a record of all the winners of competitions and awards....

Vodacom Cup
Varsity Cup
Community Cup
World Cup
Junior World Cup
International try of the year
International player of the year
International team of the year
International coach of the year
International sevens player of the year




Vodacom Cup

The Vodacom Cup competition started in 1998 and finished in 2015

1998 - Griquas beat Lions 57-0 in Kimberley
1999 - Lions beat Griquas 73-7 at Ellis Park
2000 - Free State beat Griquas 44-24 in Bloemfontein
2001 - Blue Bulls beat Boland 42-24 in Pretoria
2002 - Lions beat Blue Bulls 54-38 at Ellis Park
2003 - Lions beat Blue Bulls 26-17 in Pretoria
2004 - Lions beat Blue Bulls 35-16 at Ellis Park
2005 - Griquas beat Leopards 27-25 in Kimberley
2006 - Valke beat Natal Wildebeest 25-17 in Brakpan
2007 - Griquas beat Blue Bulls 28-19 in Kimberley
2008 - Blue Bulls beat Free State 25-21 in Pretoria
2009 - Griquas beat Blue Bulls 28-19 in Pretoria
2010 - Blue Bulls beat Free State 31-29 in Pretoria
2011 - Pampas XV beat Blue Bulls 14-9 in Potchefstroom
2012 - WP beat Griquas 20-18 in Kimberley
2013 - Lions beat the Pumas 42-28 in Nelspruit
2014 - Griquas beat Lions 30-6 in Kimberley
2015 - Pumas beat WP 24-7 in Cape Town

Titles:
Griquas - 5
Lions - 5
Blue Bulls - 3
Free State - 1
Valke - 1
Pampas XV - 1
WP - 1
Pumas - 1



Varsity Cup

The Varsity Cup competition started in 2008

2008 - UCT 10 vs Maties 16
2009 - Maties 11 vs Pukke 6
2010 - Maties 17 vs UCT 14
2011 - Tuks 16 vs UCT 26
2012 - Tuks 29 vs Maties 21
2013 - Maties 5 vs Tuks 44
2014 - Pukke 33 vs UCT 39
2015 - Shimlas 63 vs Pukke 33
2016 - Maties 6 vs Pukke 7
2017 - Tuks 28 vs Maties 21

Titles:
Maties - 3
Tuks - 3
UCT - 2
Shimlas - 1
Pukke - 1




Community Cup

The Community Cup competition started in 2013 and is the Club Rugby Championship in South Africa. In 2016 it was Rebranded as the Gold Cup

2013 - Despatch 26 vs College Rovers 24 in George
2014 - Rustenburg Impala 13 vs Roodepoort 11 in George
2015 - Durbell 31 vs Rustenburg Impala 30 in Rustenburg
2016 - Rustenburg Impala 48 vs False Bay 24 in Rustenburg
2017 - False Bay 30 vs College Rovers 18 in Cape Town

Titles:
Rustenburg Impala - 2
Despatch - 1
Durbell - 1
False Bay - 1




World Cup

The World Cup competition started in 1987

1987 - New Zealand beat France 29-9 in Auckland
1991 - Australia beat England 12-6 at Twickenham
1995 - South Africa beat New Zealand 15-12 at Ellis Park
1999 - Australia beat France 35-12 in Cardiff
2003 - England beat Australia 20-17 in Sydney
2007 - South Africa beat England 15-6 at Stade de France
2011 - New Zealand beat France 8-7 in Auckland
2015 - New Zealand beat Australia 34-17 in London

Titles:
New Zealand - 3
South Africa - 2
Australia - 2
England - 1




Junior World Cup

The Junior World Cup competition started in 2008

2008 - New Zealand beat England 38-3 in Swansea
2009 - New Zealand beat England 44-28 in Tokyo
2010 - New Zealand beat Australia 62-17 in Rosario
2011 - New Zealand beat England 33-22 in Padova
2012 - South Africa beat New Zealand 22-16 in Cape Town
2013 - England beat Wales 23-15 in Vannes
2014 - England beat South Africa 21-20 in Auckland
2015 - New Zealand beat England 21-16 in Cremona
2016 - England beat Ireland 45-21 in Manchester
2017 - New Zealand beat England 64-17 in Tbilisi, Georgia


Titles:
New Zealand - 6
England - 3
South Africa - 1




International try of the year

Awarded since 2007

2007 - Takudzwa Ngwenya (USA) - South Africa v USA
2008 - Brian O'Driscoll (Ireland) - Ireland vs Australia
2009 - Jaque Fourie (RSA) - South Africa vs British and Irish Lions
2010 - Chris Ashton (Eng) - England vs Australia
2011 - Radike Samo (Aus) - Australia vs New Zealand
2012 - Bryan Habana (RSA) - South Africa vs New Zealand
2013 - Beauden Barrett (NZ) - NZ vs France
2014 - Francois Hougaard (RSA) - South Africa vs New Zealand
2015 - Julian Savea (NZ) - New Zealand vs France
2016 - Jamie Heaslip (Ireland)
2017 - Joaquin Tuculet (Argentina) - Argentina vs England



International player of the year

Awarded since 2001

2001 - Keith Wood (Ireland)
2002 - Fabian Galthie (France)
2003 - Jonny Wilkenson (England)
2004 - Schalk Burger (South Africa)
2005 - Dan Carter (New Zealand)
2006 - Richie McCaw (New Zealand)
2007 - Bryan Habana (South Africa)
2008 - Shane Williams (Wales)
2009 - Richie McCaw (New Zealand)
2010 - Richie McCaw (New Zealand)
2011 - Thierry Dusautoir (France)
2012 - Dan Carter (New Zealand)
2013 - Kieran Read (New Zealand)
2014 - Brodie Retallick (New Zealand)
2015 - Dan Carter (New Zealand)
2016 - Beauden Barrett (New Zealand)
2017 - Beauden Barrett (New Zealand)



International team of the year

Awarded since 2001

2001 - Australia
2002 - France
2003 - England
2004 - South Africa
2005 - New Zealand
2006 - New Zealand
2007 - South Africa
2008 - New Zealand
2009 - South Africa
2010 - New Zealand
2011 - New Zealand
2012 - New Zealand
2013 - New Zealand
2014 - New Zealand
2015 - New Zealand
2016 - New Zealand
2017 - New Zealand Woman's 15

International coach of the year

Awarded since 2001

2001 - Rod Macqueen (Australia)
2002 - Bernard Laporte (France)
2003 - Clive Woodward (England)
2004 - Jake White (South Africa)
2005 - Graham Henry (New Zealand)
2006 - Graham Henry (New Zealand)
2007 - Jake White (South Africa)
2008 - Graham Henry (New Zealand)
2009 - Declan Kidney (Ireland)
2010 - Graham Henry (New Zealand)
2011 - Graham Henry (New Zealand)
2012 - Steve Hansen (New Zealand)
2013 - Steve Hansen (New Zealand)
2014 - Steve Hansen (New Zealand)
2015 - Michael Cheika (Australia)
2016 - Steve Hansen (New Zealand)
2017 - Eddie Jones (England)


International Sevens Player of the Year

Awarded since 2004

2004 - Simon Amor (England)
2005 - Orene Ai’i (New Zeland)
2006 - Uale Mai (Samoa)
2007 - Afeleke Pelenise (New Zealand)
2008 - DJ Forbes (New Zealand)
2009 - Ollie Phillips (England)
2010 - Mikaele Pesamino (Samoa)
2011 - Cecil Afrika (South Africa)
2012 - Tomasi Cama (New Zealand)
2013 - Tim Mikkelson (New Zealand)
2014 - Samisoni Viriviri (Fiji)
2015 - Werner Kok (South Africa)
2016 - Seabelo Senatla (South Africa)
2017 - Perry Baker (USA)


 

 
 
 
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