2015 Vodacom Cup

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2015 Vodacom Cup
Countries South Africa
Namibia
Date 6 March – 30 May 2015
Champions Pumas (1st title)
Runners-up Western Province
Matches played 63
Tries scored 430
(average 6.8 per match)
Top point scorer JC Roos (118)
Top try scorer Alshaun Bock (8)
← 2014

The 2015 Vodacom Cup was contested from 6 March to 30 May 2015. The tournament was the 18th edition of the Vodacom Cup, an annual domestic South African rugby union competition, and was played between the fourteen provincial teams in South Africa, as well as the Limpopo Blue Bulls and Namibian side Welwitschias.

The tournament was won by the Pumas for the first time; they beat Western Province 24–7 in the final played on 30 May 2015.

Competition rules and information

Sixteen teams participated in the 2015 Vodacom Cup competition. These teams were geographically divided into two sections, with eight teams in each of the Northern and Southern Sections. Teams played all the teams in their section once over the course of the season, either at home or away. At the request of the Namibia Rugby Union, all the Welwitschias' matches were played in Windhoek.[1]

Teams received four log points for a win and two points for a draw. Bonus log points were awarded to teams that scored four or more tries in a game, as well as to teams that lost a match by seven points or less. Teams were ranked by log points, then points difference (points scored less points conceded).

The top four teams in each section qualified for the title play-offs. In the quarter finals, the teams that finished first in each section had home advantage against the teams that finished fourth in the other section and the teams that finished second in each section had home advantage against the teams that finished third in the other section. The winners of these quarter finals then played each other in the semi-finals, with the higher-placed team having home advantage. The two semi-final winners then met in the final.[2]

Quotas

This competition saw the retention of the quota system used in 2014. Each match-day squad had to contain seven black players. Two of these had to be forwards and five of these had to be in the starting line-up.[3]

Teams

Changes from 2014

In September 2014, the Namibia Rugby Union revealed that they were in talks with the South African Rugby Union to enter the competition for the first time since 2011.[4] Namibia's participation was confirmed on 19 November 2014[5] and it was later revealed that their new sponsor, First National Bank, agreed to a three-year sponsorship deal which should ensure their participation in the competition until 2017.[6]

In addition, the Kenya Rugby Football Union also initially indicated that they intended to once again enter a team in the competition.[7] However, after being included in the fixture list for the competition, the Kenyan RFU withdrew from the competition a month before its scheduled start date due to financial considerations.[8] As a result, Griquas moved to the Southern Section of the competition, inheriting the Simba XV's fixtures.

Team Listing

The following teams took part in the 2015 Vodacom Cup competition:

2015 Vodacom Cup teams
Team Sponsored Name Stadium/s Sponsored Name
Northern Section teams
Blue Bulls Vodacom Blue Bulls Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria Loftus Versfeld
Falcons Hino Falcons Barnard Stadium, Kempton Park Barnard Stadium
Golden Lions Emirates Airline Golden Lions Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg Emirates Airline Park
Griffons Down Touch Griffons North West Stadium, Welkom HT Pelatona Projects Stadium
Leopards XV Leopards XV Olën Park, Potchefstroom Profert Olën Park
Limpopo Blue Bulls Assupol Limpopo Blue Bulls Peter Mokaba Stadium, Polokwane Peter Mokaba Stadium
Pumas Steval Pumas Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit Mbombela Stadium
Welwitschias FNB Welwitschias Hage Geingob Stadium, Windhoek Hage Geingob Stadium
Southern Section teams
Boland Cavaliers Regent Boland Cavaliers Boland Stadium, Wellington Boland Stadium
Border Bulldogs Border Bulldogs Buffalo City Stadium, East London Buffalo City Stadium
Eastern Province Kings Eastern Province Kings Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
Free State XV Toyota Free State XV Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein Free State Stadium
Griquas GWK Griquas Griqua Park, Kimberley GWK Park
Sharks XV Cell C Sharks XV Kings Park Stadium, Durban Growthpoint Kings Park
SWD Eagles SWD Eagles Outeniqua Park, George Outeniqua Park
Western Province DHL Western Province Newlands Stadium, Cape Town DHL Newlands

Logs

2015 Vodacom Cup logs watch · edit · discuss
Northern Section
Pos Team P W D L PF PA PD TF TA TB LB Pts
1 Golden Lions 7 7 0 0 279 108 +171 38 15 5 0 33
2 Blue Bulls 7 6 0 1 282 114 +168 40 11 5 0 29
3 Pumas 7 5 0 2 263 114 +149 32 13 3 1 24
4 Leopards XV 7 4 0 3 208 217 −9 28 28 4 0 20
5 Falcons 7 3 0 4 213 200 +13 31 26 5 2 19
6 Griffons 7 2 0 5 160 286 −126 23 40 3 0 11
7 Namibia Welwitschias 7 1 0 6 94 285 −191 13 41 2 1 7
8 Limpopo Blue Bulls 7 0 0 7 115 290 −175 12 43 1 1 2
Southern Section
Pos Team P W D L PF PA PD TF TA TB LB Pts
1 Western Province 7 7 0 0 188 103 +85 23 11 4 0 32
2 Griquas 7 6 0 1 205 138 +67 24 16 3 1 28
3 Free State XV 7 4 0 3 215 170 +45 28 17 4 2 22
4 SWD Eagles 7 4 0 3 193 137 +56 21 16 3 1 20
5 Eastern Province Kings 7 3 0 4 181 162 +19 26 18 3 2 17
6 Sharks XV 7 2 0 5 180 165 +15 24 22 2 1 11
7 Border Bulldogs 7 1 0 6 104 206 −102 11 28 1 1 6
8 Boland Cavaliers 7 1 0 6 105 290 −185 15 44 1 0 5
Final standings.[9]

Round-by-round

The table below shows each team's progression throughout the season. For each round, their cumulative points total is shown with the overall log position in brackets:

Team Progression – 2015 Vodacom Cup North Section
Team R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 Qtr Semi Final
Golden Lions 5
(1st)
10
(2nd)
14
(2nd)
19
(1st)
23
(1st)
23
(2nd)
28
(1st)
28
(2nd)
33
(1st)
Won Lost N/A
Blue Bulls 5
(3rd)
10
(3rd)
10
(3rd)
14
(3rd)
19
(2nd)
24
(1st)
24
(3rd)
29
(1st)
29
(2nd)
Won Lost N/A
Pumas 5
(2nd)
10
(1st)
15
(1st)
16
(2nd)
16
(3rd)
20
(3rd)
24
(2nd)
24
(3rd)
24
(3rd)
Won Won Won
Leopards XV 5
(4th)
5
(4th)
10
(4th)
10
(4th)
10
(4th)
10
(4th)
10
(5th)
15
(4th)
20
(4th)
Lost N/A N/A
Falcons 0
(6th)
0
(6th)
2
(5th)
3
(6th)
8
(5th)
8
(5th)
9
(6th)
14
(5th)
19
(5th)
N/A N/A N/A
Griffons 0
(7th)
0
(7th)
0
(6th)
5
(5th)
5
(6th)
5
(7th)
10
(4th)
10
(6th)
11
(6th)
N/A N/A N/A
Welwitschias 0
(8th)
0
(8th)
0
(8th)
2
(7th)
2
(7th)
6
(6th)
6
(7th)
6
(7th)
7
(7th)
N/A N/A N/A
Limpopo Blue Bulls 0
(5th)
0
(5th)
0
(7th)
0
(8th)
0
(8th)
1
(8th)
1
(8th)
1
(8th)
2
(8th)
N/A N/A N/A
Team Progression – 2015 Vodacom Cup South Section
Team R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 Qtr Semi Final
Western Province 5
(2nd)
10
(1st)
14
(1st)
19
(1st)
23
(1st)
27
(1st)
32
(1st)
Won Won Lost
Griquas 4
(4th)
8
(2nd)
13
(2nd)
18
(2nd)
19
(2nd)
24
(2nd)
28
(2nd)
Lost N/A N/A
Free State XV 0
(7th)
5
(4th)
10
(3rd)
15
(3rd)
19
(3rd)
21
(3rd)
22
(3rd)
Lost N/A N/A
SWD Eagles 4
(3rd)
5
(5th)
6
(4th)
11
(4th)
15
(4th)
20
(4th)
20
(4th)
Lost N/A N/A
Eastern Province Kings 0
(5th)
5
(6th)
6
(5th)
8
(5th)
8
(6th)
13
(5th)
17
(5th)
N/A N/A N/A
Sharks XV 5
(1st)
5
(3rd)
5
(6th)
5
(6th)
10
(5th)
10
(6th)
11
(6th)
N/A N/A N/A
Border Bulldogs 0
(8th)
0
(8th)
0
(8th)
0
(8th)
1
(8th)
1
(8th)
6
(7th)
N/A N/A N/A
Boland Cavaliers 0
(6th)
0
(7th)
5
(7th)
5
(7th)
5
(7th)
5
(7th)
5
(8th)
N/A N/A N/A
Key: win draw loss bye

Results

The following matches were played in the 2015 Vodacom Cup:[10]

All times are South African (GMT+2).

Northern Section

Round One

Round Two

Bye/s: Falcons, Griffons

Round Three

Bye/s: Griffons, Welwitschias

Round Four

Bye/s: Leopards XV, Limpopo Blue Bulls

Round Five

Bye/s: Leopards XV, Limpopo Blue Bulls

Round Six

Bye/s: Falcons, Golden Lions

Round Seven

Bye/s: Blue Bulls, Welwitschias

Round Eight

Bye/s: Golden Lions, Pumas

Round Nine

Bye/s: Blue Bulls, Pumas

Southern Section

Round One

Round Two

Round Three

Round Four

Round Five

Round Six

Round Seven

Quarter Finals

Semi-Finals

Final

Honours

The honour roll for the 2015 Vodacom Cup was as follows:

2015 Vodacom Cup Honours
Champions: Pumas (1st title)
Top Try Scorer: Alshaun Bock, SWD Eagles (8)
Top Points Scorer: JC Roos, Pumas (118)

Players

Player statistics

The following table contain points which were scored in the 2015 Vodacom Cup:[137]

Top Ten points scorers
No Player Team T C P DG Pts
1 JC Roos Pumas 2 24 20 0 118
2 Kobus Marais Blue Bulls 2 21 11 0 85
3 Elric van Vuuren SWD Eagles 0 16 16 0 80
4 Jean-Luc du Plessis Western Province 0 15 13 0 69
5 Jaun Kotzé Falcons 1 23 4 0 63
6 Gouws Prinsloo Griquas 0 12 12 0 60
7 Anton Beswick Limpopo Blue Bulls 0 8 13 0 55
Ashlon Davids Golden Lions 3 14 4 0 55
9 Coenie van Wyk Free State XV 2 10 4 0 42
10 Alshaun Bock SWD Eagles 8 0 0 0 40

Squads

The teams released the following squad lists:[138][139][140][141][142][143][144][145][146][147][148][149][150][151][152][153]

Discipline

The following table contains all the cards handed out during the tournament:[154]

Sendings-off and multiple sin-binnings
Player Team Red card Temporarily suspended
Frans Sisita Griffons 1 0
Roderique Victor Welwitschias 0 2

Referees

The following referees officiated matches in the 2015 Vodacom Cup:

See also

External links

  • "SA Rugby Competition – 2015 Vodacom Cup". South African Rugby Union. Retrieved 3 June 2016.

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