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1992 Currie Cup Rural A and B

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Countries  South Africa
Runners-up  Eastern Free State
Matches played  21
Champions  Stellaland
Relegated  None
1992 Currie Cup Rural A & B
Date  4 April – 29 August 1992

The 1992 Currie Cup Rural A & B was the fourth division of the Currie Cup competition, the premier domestic rugby union competition in South Africa. This was the 54th season since the competition started in 1889.

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Changes between 1991 and 1992 seasons

  • The Currie Cup Rural C was renamed Currie Cup Rural A for 1992.
  • Due to the merger of all rugby governing bodies in South Africa, 1991 Currie Cup Rural D sides South African Rugby Association and Winelands were dissolved. This meant the Currie Cup Rural B was reduced to three teams for 1992. In order to increase the amount of fixtures for the Rural B sides, the Rural A competition was expanded to include one round of matches against the Rural B sides.
  • Competition

    There were seven participating teams in the 1992 Currie Cup Rural A & B competition — four Rural A sides and three Rural B sides. These teams played each other once over the course of the season, either at home or away. Teams received two points for a win and one points for a draw. The winner of the Rural A & B competition won the Bankfin Trophy.

    References

    1992 Currie Cup Rural A & B Wikipedia


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