Currie Cup

WP throw money at fans

2012-10-31 11:53
Stormers (Dan Calderwood)
Cape Town - Western Province players caused some chaos during their Currie Cup victory parade when they threw money at the crowd assembled in Khayelitsha.

GALLERY: Western Province's victory parade

After an 11-year drought, WP beat the Sharks 25-18 in last Saturday's final in Durban, and paraded their new silverware through the city on Tuesday.

When the procession reached Khayelitsha, the team found their route lined by thousands of fans.

Players, including wing Bryan Habana, nearly caused a stampede when they threw money, including R50 notes, at the crowd.

As the money was thrown from the bus, fans jostled to get their hands on the cash. There were no reported injuries.

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