Currie Cup

Cheetahs to hold victory parade

2016-10-26 07:28
The Free State Cheetahs celebrate their Currie Cup success... (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - The Free State Cheetahs will hold a victory parade through the streets of Bloemfontein on Wednesday to celebrate their Currie Cup success.

The Cheetahs secured their first Currie Cup title in nine years when they beat the Blue Bulls 36-16 in last Saturday’s final.

The victorious team held a signing session for fans at Loch Logan Waterfront on Tuesday and will on Wednesday hold an open top bus celebration through the streets of Bloemfontein.

It will take place between 10:00-12:00.

The Cheetahs announced the following route via their official Facebook page, with fans urged to come join in the celebrations:

Street names:

Att Horak Avenue
St. George Street
OR Tambo Street (Old Church Street)
George Lubbe intersecting
M10
Dr Belcher Road
McGregor Street
Alexandra Avenue
Nelson Mandela Avenue
Du Plessis Avenue
Elias Motsoaledi Street
Totius Street
Wynand Mouton Drive
DF Malherbe Avenue
Paul Kruger Avenue
Park Road
Betoger Avenue
Att Horak
Stadium

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