Currie Cup

WP fret over skipper Fourie

2013-10-21 14:30
Deon Fourie (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - Western Province captain Deon Fourie is an injury concern ahead of their Currie Cup final against the Sharks at Newlands on Saturday.

WP Rugby announced on their official Facebook page that Fourie suffered a neck muscle spasm in their 33-16 semi-final win over the Lions at the weekend.

He will be given as much time as possible to recover for the match before any decision is taken.

The only other concern is that of lock De Kock Steenkamp who has a few bumps and bruises, but he is not a major worry for the final.

The final at Newlands kicks off at 17:30 on Saturday.

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