DHL Western Province have ended the Currie Cup season unbeaten with 30 log points.
Not even Mother Nature could stop the Province side on Saturday at Loftus as they manage to get full points with only 40 minutes played.
This ensured a home semi final for Province and a possible home final if they get there.
The Sharks will host the other semi final in Durban. They will face the Golden Lions who have founded their groove again in the second half of the season.
Here is the final standings on the log
|1||DHL Western Province||6||6||0||0||276||113||163||6||30|
|2||Cell C Sharks||6||5||1||0||193||133||60||6||26|
|3||Xerox Golden Lions||6||4||2||0||239||213||26||5||21|
|4||Vodacom Blue Bulls||6||3||3||0||170||179||-7||5||17|
|7||Free State Cheetahs||6||0||6||0||93||240||0||2||2|
We are in for some exciting semi final action and it will start with the Sharks v Golden Lions at 14:30 next Saturday.
Although the Sharks has been by far the second best team in the competition, one should not count out the Golden Lions. It is always a great day of rugby when these two teams clash and next Saturday will be no different.
The money will most properly go to the Sharks slightly but if anyone count out the Golden Lions they will be making a huge mistake.
There will be some exciting matchups in this clash with Whiteley against Du Preez, Jantjies against Robert du Preez and Dyantyi against Nkosi.
The Sharks had the win against the Golden Lions early in the competition but that counts for nothing in playoff rugby.
The Blue Bulls will have a second bit at the cherrie when they travel to Cape Town to face Western Province at Newlands.
To be honest I will not want to be Pote Human to try and find answers before this game.
Province were all over the Blue Bulls and the biggest worry will be the scrums.
One thing is for sure we should be in for a hell of a weekend and should also see some more fans coming to the stadiums.