Currie Cup

Ex-Golden Lions coach dies

2013-10-30 10:08
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Cape Town - Legendary former Golden Lions coach Pieter Andries (PA) Pelser has passed away at the age of 89.

According to the Beeld website, Pelser died in Port Elizabeth on Tuesday.

Pelser, who played for the Junior Springboks, coached Transvaal (as the Lions were then known) to the Currie Cup title in 1972.

The former professor also coached RAU (now UJ) and Imola in Italy.

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