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Kings target Mujati

The EP Kings are chasing the signature of Springbok prop Brian Mujati ahead of the start of the Currie Cup.


Kings snap up Sowerby

The EP Kings have signed former Springbok and Sharks player Shaun Sowerby as their new forwards coach.


Wales set to tackle Kings

Wales are expected to play against the Eastern Province Kings ahead of their two Tests against the Springboks this June.


Spencer named Kings coach

Former All Blacks flyhalf Carlos Spencer will coach the EP Kings in their 2014 Currie Cup campaign.


Transformation still a slow process

South Africa's Super Rugby franchises have failed to transform sufficiently over the past five years. This has in turn hampered the transformation of the national team. JON CARDINELLI reports.


‘EP can transform SA rugby landscape’

Cheeky Watson says the EP Kings' promotion to an eight-team Currie Cup Premier Division will strengthen the development taking place in the province.


Sharks to fly SA flag in 2014

The Sharks represent South Africa's best, and only, hope of a Super Rugby title in 2014, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Kings ring changes for Stormers

Steven Sykes will captain an injury-hit Kings team against the Stormers in PE on Friday night.


Lions see off Kings

The Lions beat the Kings 19-12 in their warm-up match in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.


Cheetahs’ late blitz sinks Kings

The Cheetahs fought back from 21-7 down to beat the Kings 36-21 in a Super Rugby warm-up match in Port Elizabeth.


Petersen likely for Kings’ warm-up

Kings speedster Sergeal Petersen hopes to play against the Cheetahs in a Super Rugby warm-up match on Saturday in PE.


Tiger given coaching role

Former EP Kings veteran back Tiger Mangweni has been appointed defence coach for the Vodacom Cup side.


Sexton quits Kings

EP Kings coach Matt Sexton will leave the union at the end of December.


Spencer joins Kings

Carlos Spencer will coach the EP Kings backline and focus on developing players' skills.


Currie Cup still six teams – for now

A proposal to expand the Currie Cup Premier Division to eight teams in 2014 was withdrawn before being put to the vote at Saru's special general council meeting.


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