Lions’ gamble could prove costly

Lions coach Johan Ackermann did not have to gamble with sending a second team to Buenos Aires, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.

Lions’ best must go to Buenos Aires

The Lions must pick their strongest available team to play the Jaguares on Saturday, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.

Lions in red-hot form

The Lions produced arguably their best 60-minute spell in Super Rugby history against the Sharks at Ellis Park, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day newspaper.

Faf stood tall for Springboks

Faf de Klerk's heroics in Port Elizabeth prevented the Springboks from suffering a home series loss to Ireland, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.

Boks haven’t been good enough

The Springboks must be honest about their performance against Ireland at Ellis Park, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.

England make history Down Under

England beat the Wallabies 23-7 in Melbourne on Saturday to clinch their first away Test-series win against one of the big three southern hemisphere rugby nations. MARK KEOHANE reports.

England’s defence stood firm

England’s loose forwards dominated the collisions and were primary to their historic series win against the Wallabies in Australia, according to's Opta-powered stats.

Winning combination

Frans Steyn is once again excelling under the guidance of Jake White, writes MARK KEOHANE.

Ireland gave Boks reality check

The Springboks are simply not as good as South Africans think they are, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.

Bismarck is still the best

Adriaan Strauss can captain the Springboks in the short term, but Bismarck du Plessis remains South Africa's best hooker, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.

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