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Super Rugby predictions (Round 5)

Senior rugby writer Craig Lewis makes his picks for this weekend's Super Rugby​ matches involving South African sides.


Super Rugby preview (Round 5, Part 2)

CRAIG LEWIS looks ahead to the final four matches in round five of the competition.


Kings tweak front row

Coach deon Davids has made three changes to the Kings' starting lineup ahead of Saturday's game against the Lions in Port Elizabeth.


Kings sweat over captain

Kings captain Schalk Ferreira suffered a bicep injury in his side's 19-17 defeat against the Sharks in Durban on Saturday.


Highlights: Sharks vs Kings (2017)

The hosts scored two tries in their 19-17 win at Kings Park.


Jaguares, Lions soar in standings

The Lions and Jaguares scored big victories in round four, while the Sharks' narrow win against the Kings saw them slipping to fourth in the South African group standings, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Lucky Sharks scrape past Kings

Curwin Bosch kicked a 71st-minute penalty as the Sharks battled to an unimpressive 19-17 win over the plucky Kings in Durban on Saturday. MARIETTE ADAMS reports.


Super Rugby preview (Round 4, Part 2)

CRAIG LEWIS looks ahead to the final four matches in round four of the competition.


Schreuder returns for Kings

The Kings have made five changes for Saturday’s clash against the Sharks in Durban.


2017 Super Rugby predictions (Round 4)

Senior rugby writer Craig Lewis makes his picks for this weekend's Super Rugby​ matches involving South African sides.


Two SA teams to be axed?

There are increasing indications that three teams will be scrapped from the Super Rugby competition, including two from South Africa.


Successor lined up for Cheeky

André Rademan has been identified as a possible successor to Cheeky Watson for the vacant EP Rugby president position. CRAIG LEWIS reports.


Stick set for new role?

Mzwandile Stick looks set to be appointed as head coach of the EP Kings in the Currie Cup.


Cheetahs facing Super Rugby axe?

The Cheetahs are one of three teams who could lose their Super Rugby status if the competition is reduced from 18 to 15 teams next year.


Stormers in charge of SA group

The DHL Stormers are the best-placed South African team after three rounds of Super Rugby, writes JON CARDINELLI.


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