2011 Vodacom Cup

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2011 Vodacom Cup
Countries South Africa
Namibia
Argentina
Date 25 February – 13 May 2011
Champions Pampas XV (1st title)
Runners-up Blue Bulls
Matches played 71
Tries scored 510 (average 7.183 per match)
Top point scorer Lionel Cronjé (95)
Top try scorer JJ Engelbrecht /
Juan Imhoff (10)
2010
2012

The 2011 Vodacom Cup was contested from 25 February to 13 May 2011. The tournament was the 14th 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 Namibian side Welwitschias and Argentine side Pampas XV.

The tournament was won by Pampas XV for the first time; they beat the Blue Bulls 14–9 in the final played on 13 May 2011.

Competition rules and information[edit]

Sixteen teams participated in the 2011 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 the other section once over the course of the season, either at home or away.

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 that section and the teams that finished second in each section had home advantage against the teams that finished third in that 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.

Teams[edit]

Changes from 2010[edit]

Team Listing[edit]

The following teams took part in the 2011 Vodacom Cup competition:

2011 Vodacom Cup teams
Team Sponsored Name Stadium/s Sponsored Name
Northern Section teams
Blue Bulls Vodacom Blue Bulls Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria Loftus Versfeld
Police Fields, Pretoria Police Fields
Falcons Falcons Barnard Stadium, Kempton Park Barnard Stadium
Isak Steyl Stadium, Vanderbijlpark Isak Steyl Stadium
Golden Lions MTN Golden Lions Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg Coca-Cola Park
Wits Rugby Stadium, Johannesburg Wits Rugby Stadium
Griquas GWK Griquas Griqua Park, Kimberley GWK Park
Diamantveld High, Kimberley Diamantveld High School
Griffons Tasol Solar Griffons North West Stadium, Welkom North West Stadium
Leopards Leopards Olën Park, Potchefstroom Profert Olën Park
Wouter de Vos Stadium, Mafikeng Wouter de Vos Stadium
Pumas Ford Pumas Puma Stadium, Witbank Puma Stadium
Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit Mbombela Stadium
Ermelo High School, Ermelo Ermelo High School
Welwitschias Welwitschias Hage Geingob Stadium, Windhoek Hage Geingob Stadium
Southern Section teams
Boland Cavaliers Boland Cavaliers Boland Stadium, Wellington Boland Stadium
Bredasdorp Sports Grounds, Bredasdorp Bredasdorp Sports Grounds
Moorreesburg Stadium, Moorreesburg Moorreesburg 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
Grey High School, Port Elizabeth Grey High School
Free State Cheetahs Toyota Free State Cheetahs Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein Free State Stadium
Shimla Park, Bloemfontein Shimla Park
Clive Solomon Stadium, Heidedal Clive Solomon Stadium
Pampas XV Pampas XV Fanie du Toit Stadium, Potchefstroom Fanie du Toit Stadium
Olën Park, Potchefstroom Profert Olën Park
Sharks XV Sharks XV Kings Park Stadium, Durban Mr Price Kings Park
Ugu Sports Grounds, Margate Ugu Sports Grounds
Mick Kelly Park, Empangeni Mick Kelly Park
SWD Eagles SWD Eagles Outeniqua Park, George Outeniqua Park
Loerie Park, Knysna Loerie Park
Western Province DHL Western Province Newlands Stadium, Cape Town DHL Newlands

Tables[edit]

Northern Section[edit]

2011 Vodacom Cup Northern Section log

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Pos Team P W D L PF PA PD TF TA TB LB Pts
1 Golden Lions 8 6 1 1 219 120 +99 25 15 4 1 31
2 Griquas 8 5 0 3 275 148 +127 38 13 4 2 26
3 Pumas 8 4 0 4 239 217 +22 26 21 2 1 19
4 Blue Bulls 8 3 0 5 197 175 +22 26 20 2 3 17
5 Griffons 8 1 0 7 197 356 -159 25 52 5 3 12
6 Falcons 8 2 1 5 175 382 -207 24 59 2 0 12
7 Leopards 8 2 0 6 176 243 -67 24 30 2 1 11
8 Welwitschias 8 0 1 7 129 334 -205 16 52 2 1 5
Final standings.[1]

Southern Section[edit]

2011 Vodacom Cup Southern Section log

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Pos Team P W D L PF PA PD TF TA TB LB Pts
1 Pampas XV 8 8 0 0 319 154 +165 41 18 5 0 37
2 Western Province 8 7 1 0 312 97 +215 40 12 3 0 33
3 Sharks XV 8 6 0 2 283 137 +146 37 13 5 1 30
4 Free State Cheetahs 8 4 0 4 252 224 +28 31 27 5 1 22
5 Eastern Province Kings 8 6 0 2 261 144 +117 35 17 4 2 211
6 Boland Cavaliers 8 3 1 4 249 229 +20 36 30 4 1 19
7 SWD Eagles 8 3 0 5 174 273 -99 26 36 4 1 17
8 Border Bulldogs 8 1 1 6 125 349 -224 16 51 0 1 7
Final standings.
1 Eastern Province Kings were deducted nine points for fielding ineligible players in two games.
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Results[edit]

The following matches were played in the 2011 Vodacom Cup:[3]

All times are South African (GMT+2).

Round One[edit]

Round Two[edit]

Round Three[edit]

Round Four[edit]

Round Five[edit]

Round Six[edit]

Round Seven[edit]

Round Eight[edit]

Quarter Finals[edit]

Semi-Finals[edit]

Final[edit]

Winners[edit]

2011
Vodacom Cup
CHAMPIONS
Pampas XV
1st title

Top scorers[edit]

The following sections contain only points and tries which have been scored in competitive games in the 2011 Vodacom Cup.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

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