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THE Blue Bulls women's sevens team wants to add more silverware to their cabinet when they compete at the Women's Sevens Tournament in Grootvlei, Pretoria, on Saturday and Sunday.
Captain Pulane Motloung told Sowetan yesterday that they were eager to emulate their men's senior side, who scooped this year's Vodacom Super 14 and Absa Currie Cup titles.
"We know we will be under tremendous pressure from the supporters because of the success of our men's team. But we will be equal to the task.
"I am confident that our team has got what it takes to fight for glory," Motloung said. "We had enough preparation for this tournament and everyone is in a good frame of mind."
The Pretoria squad lost narrowly to Eastern Province in the final of the Interprovincial Sevens tournament in Port Elizabeth at the weekend.
Saturday's fixtures: Limpopo vs Zimbabwe (9.30am); Development Sevens vs Griffons (9.50am), Bulls vs Richards Bay (10.10am), Botswana vs Wanderers (10.30am), Bulls vs Wanderers (11am), Richards Bay vs Botswana (11.20am), Bulls vs Wanderers (11.40am), Richards Bay vs Botswana (noon), Limpopo vs Development Sevens (2pm), Richards Bay vs Wanderers (2.20pm), Zimbabwe vs Griffons (2.40pm), Bulls vs Botswana (3pm).