WP Club Rugby set with big derbies, with one week to go to league

The Western Province club rugby scene is set to explode with excitement today, 25th March 2023, as club rugby fixtures take place across the province. Fans from all over are eagerly anticipating this final opportunity for players to sharpen their skills before the season officially kicks off on 1st April 2023.

Two of the biggest games of the day are the local derbies between Hands and Hearts and Scottsdene, and Hamiltons and Villagers. Scottsdene’s ground is expected to be packed with fans, eager to see two fierce rivals go head to head in what promises to be a thrilling match. Meanwhile, Hamiltons and Villagers will be battling it out in one of South Africa’s oldest rugby derbies. Both teams have a rich history and passionate supporters, making for a charged atmosphere and a game that’s sure to deliver.

In addition to these two big derbies, there are several other exciting games taking place across the province. The False Bay Ladies team is set to play the visiting Brazilian club, Melina, in what promises to be an entertaining match showcasing the talents of female rugby players.

Fans can easily find a club rugby match close to them, with a range of games on offer throughout the province.

Maties and Durbell will also be facing off in another highly anticipated game. Both teams will be eager to make a strong impression ahead of the start of the season. Van der Stel and Stellenbosch Coronations will also be competing in a must-see game, adding to the day’s excitement.

But the fun doesn’t stop there. A host of other games are also scheduled to take place, including Sir Lowrians RFC vs Macassar, Goodwood vs Langa, Kuilsriver vs St George’s, Tygerberg vs Bellville, and Peninsula vs Gordons Bay Pioneers. Fans can expect to see plenty of thrilling rugby action and witness some talented players in action.

As the season rapidly approaches, players and coaches alike will be looking to fine-tune their strategies and ensure their teams are firing on all cylinders.

We also remind our members looking to take their coaching to the next level, the next world rugby level coaching course is set to take place on 1st May 2023, so be sure to sign up if you’re interested in taking part. Don’t forget to get your World Rugby passport in place before the course.

So if you’re a rugby fan in the Western Province, there’s plenty to look forward to today. With so many exciting fixtures taking place across the province, it’s sure to be a day of thrilling rugby action and fierce competition.