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KINGS

Five top Super Rugby recruits

CRAIG LEWIS looks at five astute signings made ahead of the 2017 Super Rugby season.


Hall blow for Kings

The Kings look unlikely to secure the services of scrumhalf James Hall for Super Rugby.


Six rising stars to watch

CRAIG LEWIS looks at six promising players worth keeping an eye on this Super Rugby season.


Four predictions for 2017

With Super Rugby set to kick off in just over a month’s time, CRAIG LEWIS makes some predictions for the season ahead.


Kings scrumhalf still in France

The Kings still do not know whether scrumhalf James Hall will be returning to the franchise from French club Oyonnax.


Injured Kings recovering well

Six of the Kings' seven injured players will be fit by the end of the month.


EP academy to shut down?

The running of the EP Rugby academy could be under threat due to a lack of funding.


Kings bag Highlanders prop

The Southern Kings have confirmed the recruitment of Highlanders prop Ross Geldenhuys for the 2017 season.


‘American alliance’ to save EP Rugby?

A classified meeting between SA Rugby and Pro Rugby North America over a possible bailout for the beleaguered EP Rugby, is scheduled to take place in London this week.


Kings’ finances probed in court

An inquest into the financial state of the EP Kings started in the Port Elizabeth Magistrate's Court on Monday.


Herne hat-trick sinks Kings

Hooker Frankie Herne scored three tries to help the Pumas beat the EP Kings 38-30 in Port Elizabeth and avoid the Currie Cup wooden spoon.


Kwagga slays Kings

Kwagga Smith scored a hat-trick as the Golden Lions hammered the EP Kings 71-7 in Port Elizabeth on Saturday. JON CARDINELLI reports.


Sharks pummel hapless Kings

The Sharks scored nine unanswered tries to claim a 53-0 bonus-point win over the EP Kings in Durban on Saturday.


Cheeky ready to quit

Eastern Province Rugby Union president Cheeky Watson says he is ready to step down from his post in order to pursue his business interests.


Cheeky survives again

Eastern Province Rugby Union president Cheeky Watson has survived another motion of no confidence. CRAIG LEWIS reports.


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