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Transform through craft not colour

Transformation is in the quality of the player and not always in his colour, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.


Three musketeers make merry

Lwazi Mvovo, S'bura Sithole and Frans Steyn were outstanding for the Sharks at Ellis Park, writes MARK KEOHANE.


Same old Stormers get same results

Anyone asked to pay to watch the Stormers for the remainder of the season should be charged half the price, writes MARK KEOHANE in his Business Day column.


Crusaders’ aura scared Lions

If ever I have seen the history of a jersey spook a team then it was at Ellis Park, says MARK KEOHANE.


Lies and statistics

Thanks to scientific data, team coaches see a match differently compared to the ordinary spectator, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day Sport Monthly.


Stormers must front issues

Someone must take responsibility for the Stormers' poor performances, says MARK KEOHANE in his Business Day column.


Boks to rock as All Blacks drop

Super Rugby form will have no bearing on the Springboks’ prospects in this season’s Rugby Championship, writes MARK KEOHANE.


SA referee was a disgrace

There has to be referee accountability in Vodacom Super Rugby, writes MARK KEOHANE in his Business Day newspaper column.


Steyn, Matfield will bolster Boks

Bok coach Heyneke Meyer will be thrilled at the progress of Victor Matfield and the resurgence of Frans Steyn, writes MARK KEOHANE.


Sharks must finish in top two

It looks like just one South African team will reach the Super Rugby semi-finals this year, writes MARK KEOHANE.


Stormers are worst SA team

The Stormers' defeat against the Chiefs in Hamilton was no surprise, writes MARK KEOHANE.


Sharks playing intelligent rugby

The Sharks have been outstanding in the first month of Vodacom Super Rugby, writes MARK KEOHANE.


Super Schalk made big statement

Schalk Burger’s performance in Christchurch was the big winner for South African rugby, writes MARK KEOHANE.


Cheetahs failed as a unit

A lack of defensive intensity in the first 40 minutes cost the Cheetahs any chance of victory against a Reds team low on confidence after the hammering against the Waratahs, writes MARK KEOHANE.


Matfield made his mark

The quality of the match was questionable but the one-sided nature of the Vodacom Bulls' win against the Lions at Loftus was never in doubt, writes MARK KEOHANE.


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