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Highlights: Taranaki vs Tasman (2014)

Taranaki won New Zealand's national provincial championship for the first time when they beat Tasman 36-32 in the final.


Gary Gold press conference

What the new Sharks director of rugby had to say at Kings Park on Friday.


History of Currie Cup finals

SuperSport looks back at the last 10 deciders from South Africa's premier domestic competition.


Boots & All highlights (23 October)

What AJ Venter and Owen Nkumane had to say on Thursday night's show.


Referee jokes about lineout throw

Openly gay referee Nigel Owens delivers a brilliant quip during the Harlequins-Castres match.


2015 World Cup – Pool A

Total Rugby looks at the pool of death at the 2015 World Cup that includes Australia, England, Wales, Fiji and Uruguay.


Schalk Brits suffers knee injury

Schalk Brits will miss the rest of the season after injuring himself while attempting a trademark sidestep.


Jean de Villiers interview

The Springbok captain speaks to the media at the team's training camp in Stellenbosch ahead of their November tour.


Top tries from European Champions Cup (Round 1)

The best five-pointers from the opening weekend of Europe's premier rugby competition.


Top tries from New Zealand Cup (Semi-finals)

The best five-pointers from the past weekend's matches.


Junior Kiwis unrestrained haka

The Junior Kangaroos literally stepped up to the challenge before this rugby league match. 


Highlights: Wallabies vs All Blacks (2014)

The All Blacks claimed a last-gasp 29-28 win over the Wallabies in Brisbane on Saturday.


Highlights: Tasman vs Canterbury (2014)

Tasman ended Canterbury's six-year New Zealand Cup reign with a 26-6 semi-final win in Napier.


Highlights: Taranaki vs Auckland (2014)

Taranaki scored three tries in extra-time to beat Auckland 49-30 in the first New Zealand Cup semi-final at Yarrow Stadium.


Juan de Jongh on Currie Cup semi-final

The Western Province captain looks ahead to the clash against the Blue Bulls at Newlands.


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