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PLAYER INTERVIEWS

A family affair

Robert du Preez’s three sons are all making their mark on Super Rugby, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Jantjies in red-hot form

Elton Jantjies is producing world-class performances for the Lions, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


To hell and back

JD Schickerling made his Super Rugby debut for the Stormers 546 days after breaking his neck in an U21 match. SIMON BORCHARDT reports.


Smiling assassin

Chiefs fullback Damian McKenzie is a little man with a big game, writes MARC HINTON.


Kitshoff’s French lesson

Steven Kitshoff believes playing in France will benefit his game, writes GAVIN MORTIMER.


New breed rising

Lood de Jager hopes to reach great heights with the Cheetahs and Springboks this year, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Kolisi’s at sixes and sevens

The sooner Siya Kolisi settles at openside flank, the better for the Springboks, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Mvovo’s flying high

Lwazi Mvovo has added new dimensions to his game, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Botha’s got no fear

Arno Botha tells SIMON BORCHARDT that he has put his nightmare injury run behind him.


Coetzee’s playing with freedom

The Lions have brought the best out of Andries Coetzee, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


The Lion King

Jaco Kriel could force his way into the Springbok squad with another strong Super Rugby showing, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Prodigal son returns

Pieter-Steph du Toit has finally fulfilled his dream of playing for the Stormers, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Lambie’s a natural leader

Captaincy brings out the best in Pat Lambie, writes MIKE GREENAWAY.


Leading distributor

Rudy Paige tells SIMON BORCHARDT about his breakthrough season with the Bulls, going to the World Cup and the strengths of his game.


Grant’s final destination

Peter Grant’s rugby travels will end in Perth, writes DALE GRANGER.


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