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A row of fierce-looking Harley Davidson's growling, wave upon wave of orange cheering in the stands and the crowd erupting as fifteen players in white and orange take to the field for top class running rugby .... This is the magic of the Toyota Cheetahs, based at the Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein.

Many past and present Springboks started their rugby-playing careers at the Cheetahs, including current favourites Lood de Jager, Teboho Mohoje en Raymond Rhule. This year, the team will be coached by the highly successful Franco Smith, with the exciting young Francois Venter captaining the side.

OFM, the premier commercial radio station in Central South Africa, has always been the Toyota Cheetahs' number one supporter.  As a proud partner and sponsor, we look forward to the Cheetahs unleashing their speed, power and skills on other teams in this year's Super Rugby and Currie Cup competitions.

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