In an unprecedented sporting event set to thrill rugby fans, the four largest non-franchise Unions will engage in a quadrangular tournament in South Africa's countryside. The tournament will kick off on November 4th in Welkom with a high-stakes match between the Pumas and Griekwas, two titans of the Currie Cup. That afternoon, the main game will feature the Griffons going head-to-head with the Leopards.
The action will not stop there. On November 11th, all eyes will be on Potchefstroom where another round of electrifying matches will take place. The Griffons will take on Griekwas while the Leopards will face the Pumas. Then, on November 28th, Kimberley will host the next series of games. The Griffons will compete against the Pumas, and Griekwas will challenge the Leopards.
As the tournament reaches its crescendo, Nelspruit will be the venue for the grand finale on December 2nd. Rugby enthusiasts will be treated to a thrilling "Shield Final" followed by the much-anticipated "Cup Final."
Throughout the tournament, the Leopards will have the honor of playing in the main game in Welkom, Potchefstroom, and Kimberley. The stakes will be high, and the energy palpable, as these four Unions vie for glory in what promises to be a historic event in the realm of South African rugby.
The November Quadrangular Tournament will undoubtedly offer a feast of skillful play and passionate competition. Will the Pumas continue their aggressive tactics? Will the Griekwas showcase their renowned defensive skills? Can the Griffons surprise everyone with an underdog victory? Or will the Leopards prove why they have earned their spot in the main game? All these questions will find their answers in the heat of battle as South Africa's countryside becomes the backdrop for a rugby spectacle that fans will remember for years to come.