The day Sharks got job done

The Sharks secured a crucial 33-14 bonus-point victory over the Cheetahs at Kings Park in the 2008 Super 14, recalls JON CARDINELLI.

The day Lions shocked Sharks

The Lions beat the Sharks 38-28 at Ellis Park in 2012, scoring four tries to three, recalls SIMON BORCHARDT.

The day Lions upset Saders

Courageous defence gave the Lions a 9-3 victory against the Crusaders at Ellis Park in 2007, recalls SIMON BORCHARDT.

The day Lawless booted Tahs

The Natal Sharks beat the New South Wales Waratahs 28-23 at Kings Park in 1997 thank to their fullback's reliable boot, recalls SIMON BORCHARDT.

The day Bulls held off Sharks

The Bulls beat the Sharks 34-27 in 2006 having led 27-3 at the break, recalls SIMON BORCHARDT.

The day the Sharks saw off Reds

The Sharks scored five tries to beat the Reds 36-28 at Kings Park in 2006, recalls SIMON BORCHARDT.

The day Alberts punished Lions

A powerful and determined Sharks side thrashed the Lions 27-3 at Kings Park in 2011, recalls JEREMY PROOME.

The day the Bulls stepped up a gear

The 20-20 half-time score in Pretoria gave the Lions a false sense of security against the Bulls in 2012, recalls JEREMY PROOME.

The day the Stormers bounced back

The Stormers’ visit to Ellis Park in 2011 was an important one as it marked a much-needed win for a recently-defeated Cape side, writes JEREMY PROOME.

The day Habana defied the clock

Bryan Habana’s swerving run in the 82nd minute of the 2007 final against the Sharks is one of the most dramatic endings in Super Rugby history, writes JEREMY PROOME.

The day O’Gara stunned Wales

An injury-time drop goal by Ireland's Ronan O'Gara broke Welsh hearts in a 25-24 Six Nations thriller at the Millennium Stadium in 2003, writes JEREMY PROOME.

The day Andrew rescued England

England and France were left in a memorable 9-9 stalemate after 80 minutes back in 1985, writes JEREMY PROOME.

The day Boks embarrassed France

This was the day that everything clicked for the Springboks in a 52-10 win in Paris, writes GARY LEMKE.

Murrayfield massacre

The Boks beat Scotland 44-0 in 1951. In today's scoring it would have been 62-0, writes GARY LEMKE.

The day Wales made history

It looked like a Test was being played on a building site when Wales recorded their only victory against the Springboks, on 26 June 1999 in Cardiff, reports GARY LEMKE.

Get our daily email update. Subscribe to the SA Rugby magazine newsletter: