October 31, 2012
WP rugby brings Currie Cup home to proud Cape Town
Fazielah Williams has lived in and loved her Mother City since birth. Having lived all over the Peninsula during her childhood, she now calls the picturesque City Bowl home and likes nothing more than watching the sun set over Table Bay from the window of her apartment.
A lover of the arts and proud Cape Town fanatic, Fazielah began her writing career by spending many hours as a child conjuring fantastical stories that featured independent heroines from faraway lands who saved the Prince instead. This Capetonian princess has enjoyed stints as a magical arts PRO and TV publicist before finding her calling as a travel writer.
When not waxing lyrical about the Fairest Cape’s most loved attractions and activities and embarking on unexpected adventures, Fazielah can usually be found taking in a show at one of the City’s fabulous theatres.
Capetonians sure know how to celebrate their winning team Western Province Rugby… with a colourful street parade along the roads of the Mother City on Tuesday, October 30, 2012.
The triumphant players, who beat KwaZulu-Natal's Sharks with a staggering 25 – 18 in the Currie Cup Final on Saturday, October 27, 2012, were met with great fanfare at the iconic City Hall by supporters, Cape Town Mayor Patricia De Lille and Western Cape Premier Helen Zille.
This was the first claim to victory for the Western Province team against the Sharks in 11 years.
Deon Fourie, who captained the team during the final on Saturday, lifted the golden chalice up to adoring fans who heartily chanted “Province” and "WP, Jou Lekker Ding” in response. Many of the fans declared their blood to be blue and white, in honour of the winning team.
We followed the street parade with the players on a City Sightseeing Cape Town Bus along Adderley, Wale and Strand Streets and chatted to a few proud WP supporters about this accomplishment: