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  1. A huge crowd awaited the Western Province rugby team at Cape Town International Airport following their Currie Cup triumph over the Sharks in Durban on Saturday. PICTURE: DAVID RITCHIE/INLSA
  2. The Western Province rugby team claimed their first Currie Cup title since 2001 with a 25-18 win over the Sharks in Durban on Saturday. There was a large crowd waiting at the Cape Town International Airport to welcome them home. PICTURE: DAVID RITCHIE/INLSA
  3. Western Province captain Deon Fourie takes a long swig from the Currie Cup as Jean de Villiers anxiously wonders if there will be any bubbly left for him. Picture: Carl Fourie/Gallo Images
  4. Western Province centre Juan de Jongh celebrates his try with a perfect Gangnam Style routine. Photo: Carl Fourie/Gallo Images
  5. A huge crowd awaited the Western Province rugby team at Cape Town International Airport on Sunday following their Currie Cup triumph over the Sharks in Durban. Pictured left to right is Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille, Western Cape Premier Helen Zille and WP captain De ...
  6. A huge crowd awaited the Western Province rugby team at Cape Town International Airport on Sunday following their Currie Cup triumph over the Sharks in Durban. Here Juan de Jongh dances "Gangnam Style" with some the cheerleaders. PICTURE: DAVID RITCHIE/INLSA
  7. A huge crowd awaited the Western Province rugby team at Cape Town International Airport on Sunday following their Currie Cup triumph over the Sharks in Durban. Pictured is Western Cape premier Helen Zille greeting Juan de Jongh. PICTURE: DAVID RITCHIE/INLSA
  8. A huge crowd awaited the Western Province rugby team at Cape Town International Airport following their Currie Cup triumph over the Sharks in Durban on Saturday.Here Juan de Jong does Gangnam Style. Picture: Brenton Geach/INLSA
  9. Western Province celebates winning the Absa Currie Cup in Durban. Photo: Carl Fourie / Gallo Images
  10. Western Province centre Juan de Jongh strikes a pose with the Absa Currie Cup. Photo: Carl Fourie/Gallo Images
 

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