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The two Currie Cup semi-finals and the final of the Mzansi Challenge will all take place on Saturday afternoon in Bloemfontein, Durban and Kempton Park, with all three matches broadcast live on SuperSport.

Kicking off a super Saturday of local action will be the Mzansi Challenge final at the Barnard Stadium, where the Valke will host the SWD Eagles at 12h30.

At 15h00, the first Currie Cup semi-final will kick off at the Toyota Stadium, with the Toyota Cheetahs hosting the Vodacom Bulls.

The second Currie Cup semi-final kicks off at 17h30 at Hollywoodbets Kings Park, with the Cell C Sharks up against the defending champions, the Airlink Pumas.

The Currie Cup Premier Division final is scheduled for Saturday, 24 June, a day after the Currie Cup First Division final between the Boland Kavaliers and Valke in Wellington, with the kick-off time to be confirmed.

Weekend playoff matches:

Mzansi Challenge Final: Valke v SWD Eagles

Venue: Barnard Stadium, Kempton Park

Date: Saturday, 17 June

Time: 12h30

Currie Cup semi-final: Toyota Cheetahs v Vodacom Bulls

Venue: Toyota Stadium, Bloemfontein

Date: Saturday, 17 June

Time: 15h00

Currie Cup semi-final: Cell C Sharks v Airlink Pumas

Venue: Hollywoodbets Kings Park, Durban

Date: Saturday, 17 June

Time: 17h30

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