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REIGNING champions NWU-Pukke had an easier ride to the quarterfinals of the SAA National Rugby Club Championships than Boland rivals Rawsonville, but they are taking nothing for granted.
The match takes place at the LC de Villiers Stadium in Pretoria tomorrow.
Pukke, from the Leopards union, romped to a 87-12 victory over Noordelikes from Limpopo in Pretoria at the weekend.
Rawsonville had to sweat for a 25-21 victory over Great Brakriver.
But Pukke head coach Rudy Joubert, whose side is determined to retain the coveted Premier trophy, is expecting a tough game from Rawsonville, who have a good blend of youngsters and solid forwards.
"I think my boys did extremely well on Sunday. They executed marvellous runs and were strong at scrums," Joubert said. "However, we need to up our game and stay focused for the entire game."
The semifinals will be played on Thursday and the final on Saturday.
Today's full fixtures: Premier quarterfinals: Pukke v Rawsonville; College Rovers v Park; Hamiltons v Pirates; Springs v Buffalo.
Plate quarterfinals: Noordelikes v Great Brakriver, Impala v Shimlas, Kuruman v Middelburg, Welkom Rovers v Pretoria Police