South Africa - Currie Cup


The Currie Cup, an inter-provincial competition, was first held in 1892 and last in 1990.

Palmares (possibly incomplete)

Year    Winners                                           Runners-Up

1892    Western Province                              bt  Griqualand West
1893      not held
1894    Transvaal                                         Western Province
1895    Western Province                                  Natal 
1896    Natal                                             Transvaal
1897      not held
1898    Natal                                             Western Province
1899    Transvaal                                     5-1 Natal
1904    Western Province
1905    Frontier 
1906    Transvaal
1908    Western Province                              
1911    Oranje Vrijstaat and Transvaal                [shared]
1912    Transvaal
1914    Western Province
1922    Transvaal
1923    Western Province
1925    Transvaal
1926    Transvaal
1928    Natal  
1929    Natal  
1930    Transvaal
1932    Transvaal
1933    Southern Transvaal
1936    Natal  
1938    Natal, Northern Transvaal, Southern Transvaal [shared]
1940    Southern Transvaal
1948    Southern Transvaal
1949    Southern Transvaal
1952    Natal                                         3-2 Western Province 
1953      not held 
1954    Natal                                         4-1 Eastern Transvaal
1955    Western Province
1956    Western Province
1957    Natal  
1959    Rhodesia
1965    Western Province
1966    Natal  
1967    Western Province
1968    Natal  
1969    Southern Transvaal
1970    Natal  
1971    Western Province
1972    Southern Transvaal 
1973      Southern Transvaal                          [shared]
1974    Southern Transvaal
1975    Eastern Province and Natal                    [shared]
1976    Western Province
1977    Bunkers Hill
1980    Eastern Province 
1981    Eastern Province 
1982    Natal  
1983      Bunkers Hill                                [shared]
1984    Western Province
1985    Southern Transvaal 
1986    Natal  
1988    Natal  
1989    Western Province

NB: missing seasons not known.   
 
NB: Transvaal won 10 times (once shared) up to and including 1932
      (all listed above), after which the FA was split in 3 parts:
      Eastern, Northern and Southern Transvaal;
    Natal won 16 times (twice shared; all listed above);
    Western Province won 14 times (all listed above);
    Rhodesia won the tournament once, in 1959; they first entered
      in 1908 (see below);
    Frontier FA became Border FA in 1951 and later East London FA
      and Bunkers Hill FA.

Rhodesian results 1908-1935

1908

In Johannesburg
 
Rhodesia     - Transvaal 1-5 (Percy)
             - W.Province 0-4
             - Griqualand W 1-1 (Bruce)
             - Natal 1-4
             - Orange River Colony 2-4 (Percy, og)
             - Frontier 3-0 (Cooke, AG Williams 2)
             - E.Province 1-1 (AG Williams)

1911

In Maritzburg
 
Rhodesia     - Orange Free State 0-4
             - Natal 1-4 (Green)
             - Frontier 3-0 (Green, Allen 2)
             - W.Province 1-2 (GPL Matthews)
             - E.Province 1-3 (B.Matthews)
             - Griqualand W 1-0 (Allen)
             - Transvaal 0-4
 

1922

In Johannesburg
 
Rhodesia     - E.Province 2-1 (MC Kenzie, Linde)
             - Frontier 2-1 (Packer, Goveia)
             - W.Province 2-3 (FH Morgan, Mc Kenzie)
             - Transvaal 1-1 (Goveia)
             - Natal 0-1
 

1923
                
In Durban
 
Rhodesia     - Natal 1-5 (Rayne)
             - W.Province 0-2
             - Frontier 1-0 (Mc Kenzie)
             - Transvaal 1-4 (TP Morgan)
             - E.Province 0-2

South Africa Champions
South Africa Cup Winners (club teams)

About this document

Sources: [Tho 35] (for Rhodesian scores), [Sin 83], [Bak 01], [Raa 02]

Prepared and maintained by Hans Schöggl and Piet Veroeveren for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Authors: Hans Schöggl and Piet Veroeveren
Last updated: 29 Feb 2012

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