Pumas lock Rudi Mathee scored a 79th-minute try to secure a 37-37 draw with the Free State Cheetahs in Nelspruit on Saturday. MARIETTE ADAMS reports.
Oupa Mohoje will return at blindside flank when the Free State Cheetahs take on the Pumas in Nelspruit this Saturday.
The Lions will become the first team to play a Vodacom Super Rugby match in Japan when the 18-franchise competition kicks off in February next year.
The Golden Lions claimed their eighth successive win in this year's Currie Cup when they smashed the Free State Cheetahs 73-31. SIMON BORCHARDT reports.
Sias Ebersohn replaces Fred Zeilinga at flyhalf for the Free State Cheetahs’ match against the Golden Lions in Bloemfontein on Saturday.
Sergeal Petersen scored twice as the Free State Cheetahs eased to a 44-24 bonus-point win over Griquas in Bloemfontein on Saturday.
Western Province will be aiming to stay in the hunt for a home Currie Cup semi-final when they host the Vodacom Blue Bulls on Friday, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Raymond Rhule has replaced Cornal Hendricks in the Free State Cheetahs' starting XV for Saturday's Currie Cup match against Griquas in Bloemfontein.
The Eastern Province Kings overcame a red-card setback to beat the Free State Cheetahs 32-24 in Port Elizabeth on Friday. JON CARDINELLI reports.
The Vodacom Blue Bulls or Golden Lions will emerge as outright Currie Cup front-runners on Saturday, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Oupa Mohoje will captain the Free State Cheetahs in Friday’s clash against the EP Kings in PE as the Springbok loose forward returns to the starting lineup.
Four former Springboks on which youngsters they've been most impressed with so far in this year's Currie Cup competition.
The Vodacom Blue Bulls maintained their unbeaten start to the Currie Cup with a 24-17 win over the Free State Cheetahs at Loftus on Friday night, CRAIG LEWIS reports.
The Vodacom Blue Bulls will be aiming to maintain their perfect start to the Currie Cup when they take on the Free State Cheetahs in Pretoria, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The Free State Cheetahs have made a solitary change to their starting lineup for Friday’s Currie Cup clash against the Vodacom Blue Bulls at Loftus.
Jean de Villiers’s World Cup exit has left the Springboks light on leadership as well as experienced midfield options, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The Springboks' win against Samoa was emphatic but not out of the ordinary, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.
The decision to call up Jan Serfontein rather than Frans Steyn as a replacement for Jean de Villiers is a debatable one, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The Pumas scored five tries in their 45-16 win in Leicester.View all videos