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South African club Natal Sharks will wear this special 125th anniversary jersey when they take on Western Province this weekend in the Currie Cup. The new shirt, made by BLK, was officially unveiled on 10 September, 2015.
The shirt has been inspired by the original Natal jersey worn back in 1890, and features the leaping wildebeest on the chest. Continue reading
These are the new Pumas rugby jerseys 2014, South African Currie Cup side Steval Pumas’ new uniforms for the 2014 season. The Pumas ZA’s new kits have been made by Brutal. The Nelspruit based side is coached by Jimmy Stonehouse and often punches above its weight in South African rugby despite its status as one of the “smaller” unions Continue reading
The Xerox Golden Lions will wear a navy blue jersey (made by Canterbury) this weekend in the opening game of their 2014 Currie Cup against local rivals Blue Bulls. The navy jersey, the colours of Diggers Rugby club at the time, is known to be the inaugural Transvaal jersey and was first officially registered in the 1895 Currie Cup. The switch to the white and red jersey (their current colours) was only made in 1933.
Lions skipper Warren Whiteley is seen modelling the new special edition 125th anniversary kit Continue reading
This is new Lions CC 2014 shirt, what the Johannesburg based Golden Lions will be wearing at the upcoming 2014 Currie Cup tournament. The Lions have been one of the most consistent performers in the Currie Cup, winning the 2011 tournament and reaching the semifinals of the 2012 and 2013 editions, going down to Western Province on both occasions.
The Lions were fairly good in the 2014 Super Rugby tournament, with their scrums being particularly good. Their skipper, Warren Whiteley, was one of the standout players of the tournament, and was part of the South African Blitzbokke squad that won gold at the 2014 Commonwealth games Continue reading
This is what appears to be the kit that the Natal Sharks will wear in the 2014 Currie Cup. The Sharks, who won the Currie Cup last season and are the defending champions, will be sporting kits made by BLK and sponsored by Cell C. While not officially released, the shirt is already on sale online and the club’s U21 and U19 sides, who are currently competing in their respective age versions of the Currie Cup, sport similar uniforms. Continue reading