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Sharks don’t deserve damnation

The Sharks shouldn't be criticised after being beaten by a better team in Christchurch, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.


Sharks weren’t good enough

It was a case of the Sharks, to the man, simply not being good enough to beat the Crusaders in Christchurch, writes MARK KEOHANE.


Chavhanga rewards White’s faith

Jake White’s loyalty to and investment in his players have paid off handsomely for the Sharks, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.


Sharks deserve applause

The Sharks have had a successful Super Rugby season despite not finishing in the top two on the combined log, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.


Springboks in rude health

Heyneke Meyer’s job is far from complete but he has allowed every South African supporter to believe anything and everything is possible, writes MARK KEOHANE.


SA teams lack consistency

Having four South Africans sides in the bottom six of the Super Rugby log is a disgrace, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.


Meyer’s Boks in good shape

Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer has created a winning culture, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day newspaper.


Boks a joy to watch

The quality of the Springboks' performance in Port Elizabeth is as much a reason to celebrate as the scoreline, writes MARK KEOHANE.


Pollard’s a special player

Handré Pollard will make his mark for the Springboks in Test rugby, writes MARK KEOHANE.


These Boks know how to win

There should be renewed optimism at the manner in which the Springboks' series-clinching win against Wales in Nelspruit was achieved, writes MARK KEOHANE.


Springboks, England on the up

South Africa’s visit to Twickenham in November is looming as the Test of the year and possibly a forerunner to the 2015 World Cup final, writes MARK KEOHANE.


Boks benefit from kicking

The Springboks must kick more in the Rugby Championship than they did in the June Tests, writes MARK KEOHANE.


Cut Steyn some slack

Frans Steyn is being true to himself by opting to rest his knees in June, writes MARK KEOHANE.


Boks best placed for World Cup

The Springboks and England will challenge the All Blacks at next year's World Cup, writes MARK KEOHANE.


Boks blessed to have Bakkies & Vic

Victor Matfield and Bakkies Botha again give the Springboks a dimension that has been missing since Heyneke Meyer took charge in 2012, writes MARK KEOHANE.


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