2002 Vodacom Cup

The 2002 Vodacom Cup was the 5th edition of this annual domestic cup competition. The Vodacom Cup is played between provincial rugby union teams in South Africa from the Currie Cup Premier and First Divisions.

2002 Vodacom Cup
ChampionsGolden Lions
Matches played73
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CompetitionEdit

There were 14 teams participating in the 2002 Vodacom Cup. These teams were divided into two sections of equal strength; Section X and Section Y, both with seven teams. Teams would play all the other teams in their section once over the course of the season, either at home or away.

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

The top four teams in each section qualified for the Vodacom Top Eight competition, while the bottom three teams in Sections X and Y qualified for the Vodacom Shield competition. For both the Vodacom Top Eight and Vodacom Shield competitions, all points already scored against teams that progressed to the same competition were carried forward. Teams then played once against the teams that qualified from the other section, with the top four teams in each competition advancing to the quarter-finals.

In the quarter finals, the teams that finished first in each competition had home advantage against the teams that finished fourth and the teams that finished second in each competition had home advantage against the teams that finished third. 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 for each competition.

The top six teams in the Vodacom Top Eight competition and the top team in the Vodacom Shield competition qualified for the 2003 Vodacom Cup, while the bottom two teams in the Vodacom Top Eight competition and remaining five teams in the Vodacom Shield competition qualified for the lesser 2003 Vodacom Shield competition.

TeamsEdit

Changes from 2001Edit

Team ListingEdit

The following teams took part in the 2002 Vodacom Cup competition:

Section X
Team Stadium/s
Boland Cavaliers Boland Stadium, Wellington
Esselen Park, Worcester
Falcons Barnard Stadium, Kempton Park
Nigel
Pam Brink Stadium, Springs
Golden Lions Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg
Johannesburg Stadium, Johannesburg
Bill Jardine Stadium, Johannesburg
Griffons North West Stadium, Welkom
Mighty Elephants Boet Erasmus Stadium, Port Elizabeth
Natal Absa Stadium, Durban
Woodburn Stadium, Pietermaritzburg
Durban High School
Free State Cheetahs Vodacom Park, Bloemfontein
Section Y
Team Stadium/s
Blue Bulls Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria
Pietersburg
Leopards Olën Park, Potchefstroom
Phokeng
Western Province Newlands Stadium, Cape Town
Florida Park, Parow
Griquas Griqua Park, Kimberley
Pumas @lantic Park, Witbank
Border Bulldogs Absa Stadium, East London
Sisa Dukashe Stadium, Mdantsane
SWD Eagles Outeniqua Park, George

Pool PhasesEdit

TablesEdit

Section XEdit

2002 Vodacom Cup Section X Table
Team Played Won Drawn Lost Points For Points Against Points Difference Tries For Tries Against Try Bonus Losing Bonus Points
1 Golden Lions 6 6 0 0 229 142 +87 29 17 4 0 28
2 Free State Cheetahs 6 4 0 2 220 166 +54 28 20 5 2 23
3 Falcons 6 3 1 2 207 165 +42 26 19 3 1 18
4 Boland Cavaliers 6 2 1 3 143 170 -27 19 19 4 1 15
5 Natal 6 2 1 3 142 181 -39 17 23 1 0 11
6 Mighty Elephants 6 1 1 4 149 142 +7 17 18 1 1 8
7 Griffons 6 1 0 5 141 265 -124 15 35 0 1 5
The top 4 teams qualified for the Vodacom Top Eight.
The bottom 3 teams qualified for the Vodacom Shield.

Points breakdown:
*4 points for a win
*2 points for a draw
*1 bonus point for a loss by seven points or less
*1 bonus point for scoring four or more tries in a match

Section YEdit

2002 Vodacom Cup Section Y Table
Team Played Won Drawn Lost Points For Points Against Points Difference Tries For Tries Against Try Bonus Losing Bonus Points
1 Blue Bulls 6 5 0 1 260 157 +103 38 20 5 1 26
2 Border Bulldogs 6 6 0 0 166 112 +54 17 12 1 0 25
3 Leopards 6 4 0 2 245 153 +92 35 18 4 1 21
4 Pumas 6 3 0 3 199 208 -9 24 24 3 1 16
5 SWD Eagles 6 2 0 4 181 234 -53 21 29 3 1 12
6 Griquas 6 1 0 5 164 236 -72 19 30 3 3 10
7 Western Province 6 0 0 6 168 283 -115 18 39 3 2 5
The top 4 teams qualified for the Vodacom Top Eight.
The bottom 3 teams qualified for the Vodacom Shield.

Points breakdown:
*4 points for a win
*2 points for a draw
*1 bonus point for a loss by seven points or less
*1 bonus point for scoring four or more tries in a match

ResultsEdit

Section XEdit

Round OneEdit
2002-02-20 Falcons 26–26 Mighty Elephants Barnard Stadium, Kempton Park  
Scoreboard[1]


2002-02-21 Golden Lions 41–24 Boland Cavaliers Bill Jardine Stadium, Johannesburg  
Scoreboard[2]


2002-02-23 Free State Cheetahs 49–27 Griffons Vodacom Park, Bloemfontein  
Scoreboard[3]
Round TwoEdit
2002-02-27 Free State Cheetahs 45–17 Natal Vodacom Park, Bloemfontein  
Scoreboard[4]


2002-03-03 Griffons 14–58 Golden Lions North West Stadium, Welkom  
Scoreboard[5]


2002-03-03 Boland Cavaliers 43–21 Falcons Boland Stadium, Wellington  
Scoreboard[6]
Round ThreeEdit
2002-03-07 Natal 25–39 Golden Lions Kings Park Stadium, Durban  
Scoreboard[7]


2002-03-10 Mighty Elephants 37–0 Boland Cavaliers Boet Erasmus Stadium, Port Elizabeth  
Scoreboard[8]


2002-03-10 Falcons 61–19 Griffons Nigel  
Scoreboard[9]
Round FourEdit
2002-03-13 Griffons 29–20 Mighty Elephants North West Stadium, Welkom  
Scoreboard[10]


2002-03-13 Golden Lions 36–35 Free State Cheetahs Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg  
Scoreboard[11]


2002-03-14 Natal 23–41 Falcons Kings Park Stadium, Durban  
Scoreboard[12]
Round FiveEdit
2002-03-20 Mighty Elephants 18–20 Natal Boet Erasmus Stadium, Port Elizabeth  
Scoreboard[13]


2002-03-24 Falcons 32–26 Free State Cheetahs Barnard Stadium, Kempton Park  
Scoreboard[14]


2002-03-24 Boland Cavaliers 36–30 Griffons Esselen Park, Worcester  
Scoreboard[15]
Round SixEdit
2002-03-29 Free State Cheetahs 40–30 Mighty Elephants Vodacom Park, Bloemfontein  
Scoreboard[16]


2002-03-29 Natal 16–16 Boland Cavaliers Woodburn Stadium, Pietermaritzburg  
Scoreboard[17]


2002-03-29 Golden Lions 28–26 Falcons Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg  
Scoreboard[18]
Round SevenEdit
2002-04-04 Boland Cavaliers 24–25 Free State Cheetahs Boland Stadium, Wellington  
Scoreboard[19]


2002-04-06 Griffons 22–41 Natal North West Stadium, Welkom  
Scoreboard[20]


2002-04-06 Mighty Elephants 18–27 Golden Lions Boet Erasmus Stadium, Port Elizabeth  
Scoreboard[21]

Section YEdit

Round OneEdit
2002-02-20 Leopards 35–11 SWD Eagles Olën Park, Potchefstroom  
Scoreboard[22]


2002-02-21 Blue Bulls 52–20 Griquas Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria  
Scoreboard[23]


2002-02-23 Border Bulldogs 23–10 Western Province Absa Stadium, East London  
Scoreboard[24]
Round TwoEdit
2002-02-28 SWD Eagles 27–34 Border Bulldogs Outeniqua Park, George  
Scoreboard[25]


2002-02-28 Western Province 18–58 Pumas Newlands Stadium, Cape Town  
Scoreboard[26]


2002-03-03 Griquas 35–41 Leopards Griqua Park, Kimberley  
Scoreboard[27]
Round ThreeEdit
2002-03-06 Pumas 45–27 SWD Eagles @lantic Park, Witbank  
Scoreboard[28]


2002-03-09 Border Bulldogs 40–16 Griquas Absa Stadium, East London  
Scoreboard[29]


2002-03-10 Leopards 15–32 Blue Bulls Phokeng  
Scoreboard[30]
Round FourEdit
2002-03-13 Griquas 16–23 Pumas Griqua Park, Kimberley  
Scoreboard[31]


2002-03-14 SWD Eagles 42–37 Western Province Outeniqua Park, George  
Scoreboard[32]


2002-03-14 Blue Bulls 22–23 Border Bulldogs Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria  
Scoreboard[33]
Round FiveEdit
2002-03-21 Pumas 35–48 Blue Bulls @lantic Park, Witbank  
Scoreboard[34]


2002-03-21 Western Province 37–40 Griquas Newlands Stadium, Cape Town  
Scoreboard[35]


2002-03-24 Border Bulldogs 22–19 Leopards Sisa Dukashe Stadium, Mdantsane  
Scoreboard[36]
Round SixEdit
2002-03-26 Griquas 37–43 SWD Eagles Griqua Park, Kimberley  
Scoreboard[37]


2002-03-28 Blue Bulls 60–33 Western Province Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria  
Scoreboard[38]


2002-03-31 Leopards 75–20 Pumas Phokeng  
Scoreboard[39]
Round SevenEdit
2002-04-03 Pumas 18–24 Border Bulldogs @lantic Park, Witbank  
Scoreboard[40]


2002-04-04 SWD Eagles 31–46 Blue Bulls Outeniqua Park, George  
Scoreboard[41]


2002-04-07 Western Province 33–60 Leopards Newlands Stadium, Cape Town  
Scoreboard[42]

Vodacom Top EightEdit

TableEdit

2002 Vodacom Top Eight Table
Team Played Won Drawn Lost Points For Points Against Points Difference Tries For Tries Against Try Bonus Losing Bonus Points
1 Golden Lions 7 6 0 1 270 211 +59 32 25 4 0 28
2 Boland Cavaliers 7 4 0 3 222 201 +21 29 27 6 1 23
3 Blue Bulls 7 4 0 3 242 240 +2 32 29 4 1 21
4 Falcons 7 4 0 3 208 196 +12 26 23 3 1 20
5 Free State Cheetahs 7 3 1 3 193 185 +8 21 22 3 3 20
6 Leopards 7 3 1 3 224 170 +54 28 18 3 3 18
7 Border Bulldogs 7 3 0 4 150 179 -29 15 23 0 1 13
8 Pumas 7 0 0 7 169 296 -127 21 37 3 1 4
The top 4 teams qualified for the Vodacom Cup semi-finals.
The bottom 2 teams relegated to the 2003 Vodacom Shield.

Points breakdown:
All results from the pool phases were brought forward.
*4 points for a win
*2 points for a draw
*1 bonus point for a loss by seven points or less
*1 bonus point for scoring four or more tries in a match

ResultsEdit

Round OneEdit

2002-04-10 Pumas 14–31 Falcons @lantic Park, Witbank  
Scoreboard[43]


2002-04-10 Border Bulldogs 6–10 Free State Cheetahs Absa Stadium, East London  
Scoreboard[44]


2002-04-11 Blue Bulls 27–63 Golden Lions Pietersburg  
Scoreboard[45]


2002-04-11 Leopards 10–26 Boland Cavaliers Olën Park, Potchefstroom  
Scoreboard[46]

Round TwoEdit

2002-04-17 Free State Cheetahs 36–42 Blue Bulls Vodacom Park, Bloemfontein  
Scoreboard[47]


2002-04-18 Golden Lions 49–33 Border Bulldogs Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg  
Scoreboard[48]


2002-04-18 Falcons 36–49 Leopards Pam Brink Stadium, Springs  
Scoreboard[49]


2002-04-18 Boland Cavaliers 38–27 Pumas Boland Stadium, Wellington  
Scoreboard[50]

Round ThreeEdit

2002-04-24 Pumas 22–38 Free State Cheetahs @lantic Park, Witbank  
Scoreboard[51]


2002-04-24 Border Bulldogs 15–23 Falcons Absa Stadium, East London  
Scoreboard[52]


2002-04-25 Leopards 33–11 Golden Lions Olën Park, Potchefstroom  
Scoreboard[53]


2002-04-25 Blue Bulls 50–29 Boland Cavaliers Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria  
Scoreboard[54]

Round FourEdit

2002-05-01 Free State Cheetahs 23–23 Leopards Vodacom Park, Bloemfontein  
Scoreboard[55]


2002-05-02 Falcons 39–21 Blue Bulls Pam Brink Stadium, Springs  
Scoreboard[56]


2002-05-02 Boland Cavaliers 37–28 Border Bulldogs Boland Stadium, Wellington  
Scoreboard[57]


2002-05-02 Golden Lions 42–33 Pumas Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg  
Scoreboard[58]

Semi-FinalsEdit

2002-05-08 Boland Cavaliers 45–47 Blue Bulls Boland Stadium, Wellington  
Scoreboard[59]


2002-05-09 Golden Lions 36–17 Falcons Johannesburg Stadium, Johannesburg  
Scoreboard[60]

FinalEdit

2002-05-16 Golden Lions 54–38 Blue Bulls Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg  
Scoreboard[61]

WinnersEdit

2002
Vodacom Cup
CHAMPIONS
Golden Lions
2nd title

Vodacom ShieldEdit

TableEdit

2002 Vodacom Shield Table
Team Played Won Drawn Lost Points For Points Against Points Difference Tries For Tries Against Try Bonus Losing Bonus Points
1 Natal 5 4 0 1 151 110 +41 20 14 3 1 20
2 Griquas 5 3 0 2 156 154 +2 19 17 3 2 17
3 Mighty Elephants 5 3 0 2 128 122 +6 18 15 2 1 15
4 SWD Eagles 5 2 0 3 189 200 -11 24 28 5 1 14
5 Griffons 5 2 0 3 138 159 -21 14 21 1 1 10
6 Western Province 5 1 0 4 132 149 -17 16 16 3 2 9
The top 4 teams qualified for the Vodacom Shield semi-finals.
The top team promoted to the 2003 Vodacom Cup.

Points breakdown:
All results from the pool phases were brought forward.
*4 points for a win
*2 points for a draw
*1 bonus point for a loss by seven points or less
*1 bonus point for scoring four or more tries in a match

ResultsEdit

Round OneEdit

2002-04-10 Griffons 22–27 Griquas North West Stadium, Welkom  
Scoreboard[62]


2002-04-11 Natal 32–16 Western Province Absa Stadium, East London  
Scoreboard[63]


2002-04-11 SWD Eagles 32–34 Mighty Elephants Outeniqua Park, George  
Scoreboard[64]

Round TwoEdit

2002-04-17 Griquas 25–19 Natal Griqua Park, Kimberley  
Scoreboard[65]


2002-04-18 SWD Eagles 43–53 Griffons Outeniqua Park, George  
Scoreboard[66]


2002-04-18 Mighty Elephants 23–14 Western Province Boet Erasmus Stadium, Port Elizabeth  
Scoreboard[67]

Round ThreeEdit

2002-04-24 Griquas 27–33 Mighty Elephants Griqua Park, Kimberley  
Scoreboard[68]


2002-04-24 Western Province 28–12 Griffons Florida Park, Parow  
Scoreboard[69]


2002-04-25 Natal 39–29 SWD Eagles Absa Stadium, East London  
Scoreboard[70]

Semi-FinalsEdit

2002-05-01 Griquas 23–30 Mighty Elephants Griqua Park, Kimberley  
Scoreboard[71]


2002-05-02 Natal 25–16 SWD Eagles Woodburn Stadium, Pietermaritzburg  
Scoreboard[72]

FinalEdit

2002-05-09 Natal 20–26 Mighty Elephants Durban High School  
Scoreboard[73]

WinnersEdit

2002
Vodacom Shield
CHAMPIONS
Mighty Elephants

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