The Lions clinched a 56-20 bonus-point win over the Bulls in Pretoria on Saturday, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The Lions’ ability to cope in the absence of injured flyhalf Elton Jantjies will be key to their cause against the Bulls in Pretoria on Saturday, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Bjorn Basson will start on the left wing in a solitary change to the Bulls' starting lineup for Saturday's clash with the Lions at Loftus.
Four Bulls players have returned from injury ahead of their Super Rugby match against the Lions in Pretoria on Saturday.
The hosts moved to the top of the Africa 1 conference with a 17-13 win at Loftus.
The Lions have strengthened their position at the top of the South African group while the Stormers have slipped down to fourth for the first time in 2016, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The Bulls edged the Stormers 17-13 in Pretoria on Saturday to move to the top of the Africa 1 conference. JON CARDINELLI reports.
Bulls flank Lappies Labuschagne put in a game-shaping defensive performance against the Stormers, according to SARugbymag.co.za's Opta-powered stats.
Griquas scored two late tries to beat the Blue Bulls 39-38 on Saturday, while the Griffons also won in round seven of the Currie Cup qualifiers.
The Bulls have entered into a partnership agreement with the Border Rugby Union in a bid to strengthen their Super Rugby franchise.
The battle between the impressive yet relatively inexperienced Bulls second row and the Stormers' outstanding lock combination will shape the contest at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The Bulls have made four changes to their starting lineup to face the Stormers in Pretoria on Saturday.
Jacques Potgieter has left the Sharks to join the Bulls with immediate effect.
Lappies Labuschagne and Louis Fouché will join the Kubota Spears ahead of the 2016-17 season.
Allister Coetzee’s debut Springbok squad selection rewards Super Rugby form and represents SA Rugby’s transformation targets, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.
Allister Coetzee's limited selection of overseas-based players in his first Bok squad sent out a much-needed statement of intent, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Allister Coetzee has picked a group of players that can meet SA Rugby’s transformation requirements. Whether it can win major Tests and tournaments in 2016 is another story, writes JON CARDINELLI.