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PLAYER FEATURES

‘I want to show what I can do’

After a long injury lay-off, Handré Pollard is more determined than ever to show his worth, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Has Goosen killed his career?

Johan Goosen may have ended his career by ‘retiring’ from professional rugby to  get out of a five-year deal with Racing 92, writes GAVIN RICH.


Rohan’s a motivated man

After an unforgettable 2016 season, Rohan Janse van Rensburg is more determined than ever to take his game to new heights. CRAIG LEWIS reports.


Jordie is centre of attention

Beauden Barrett was a revelation for the Hurricanes in 2016. Can his youngest sibling Jordie follow suit in 2017? MARC HINTON reports.


Ross at home in Paris

With the road to a Test career seemingly closed to him, former Bulls captain Jono Ross has settled in France. GAVIN MORTIMER reports.


Siya’s standing up

Springbok flank Siya Kolisi is relishing his responsibility as a father and a senior member of a young Stormers team, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Asset management

Pieter-Steph du Toit – South Africa's standout player in 2016 – needs to be managed carefully in the lead-up to the 2019 World Cup, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Senatla rising to the top

World Rugby Sevens Player of the Year Seabelo Senatla was one of the few bright lights on the South African rugby landscape last year, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Kötze’s home away from home

Daniel Kötze, a former Vodacom Cup player, is making the most of his time in France, writes GAVIN MORTIMER.


Can Jantjies recreate magic?

After a 2016 season of mixed fortunes, Elton Jantjies again finds himself at the crossroads, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Duane is Boks’ man of action

The Springboks need to build a team around Duane Vermeulen in 2017, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Seizing the moment

Anton Lienert-Brown, the man his mates simply call ‘Alby’, has been a bolt out of the blue for the All Blacks in 2016, writes MARC HINTON.


Savea’s back on track

For one of the best wings the game has seen, the man they call 'The Bus' has had his issues to overcome, writes MARC HINTON.


Double trouble

England have a combination at Nos 10 and 12 that is threatening to wreak havoc, writes MARTIN GILLINGHAM.


Eben’s ripped and ready

The big enforcer, Eben Etzebeth, will lead the physical charge when the Springboks go hunting an important win against England at Twickenham, writes JON CARDINELLI.


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