Kings wing Sergeal Petersen and Bulls flyhalf Handré Pollard have been included in a 76-man SA U20 training group.
South Africa U20 have been grouped with hosts New Zealand, Samoa and Scotland for the 2014 IRB Junior World Champs.
Canterbury won the New Zealand Cup for the sixth successive time, beating Wellington 29-13 in the final on Saturday.
JON CARDINELLI analyses the key match-ups and picks the winner of the Castle Rugby Championship decider at Ellis Park on Saturday.
James O'Connor says the Wallabies have a point to prove after losing four of their last five games in 2013, reports JON CARDINELLI in Brisbane.
The Baby Boks fought back from an early 21-0 deficit to beat New Zealand 41-34 in the Junior World Championship third-place play-off in Vannes.
Wales scored a last-minute converted try to sneak in for an 18-17 win over the Baby Boks in their Junior World Championship semi-final in Vannes.
South Africa U20 have made five changes to their starting line-up for the Junior World Championship semi-final against Wales on Tuesday.
The Baby Boks survived a physical onslaught from France to secure a 26-19 win in La Roche-sur-Yon, which sees them qualify for the Junior World Championship semi-finals.
Handré Pollard's return to flyhalf is one of five changes to the SA U20s' run-on side for their clash against France in La Roche-sur-Yon on Thursday.
The SA U20s recorded a 31-24 win over England, having surged into an early 21-0 lead in La Roche-sur-Yon.
South Africa have retained the starting XV that thrashed the USA 97-0 for their Junior World Championship match against England on Sunday.
The Baby Boks started their Junior World Championship title defence with an emphatic 97-0 victory over the USA in La Roche-sur-Yon.
Handré Pollard will start at inside centre for South Africa in their first match of the Junior World Championship against the USA on Wednesday.
Jan Serfontein will not play for the Baby Boks at the Junior World Championship having been included in the Springbok training group.
The Sharks have been outstanding in the first month of Vodacom Super Rugby, writes MARK KEOHANE.
The individual performances of several big-name players headlined an otherwise uninspiring round of Vodacom Super Rugby, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Increasingly the decision to expand Vodacom Super Rugby in 2016 is looking like a decision to grow an enormous mediocre monster, writes RYAN VREDE.
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