Varsity Cup preview (semi-finals)

Both of last year's finalists will play away from home in the Varsity Cup semi-finals on Monday.


Lions must build on tour success

The Lions’ three outstanding wins in Australasia showed why they are a franchise on the rise, writes JON CARDINELLI.


What we’ve learned

Five lessons from the seventh round of Vodacom Super Rugby, according to SIMON BORCHARDT.


‘Bulls closed out game well’

What former Springbok coach NICK MALLETT had to say on SuperSport about Saturday's matches involving South African teams.


Bulls stun Crusaders

Handré Pollard kicked 16 points to guide the Vodacom Bulls to a 31-19 win over the Crusaders at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday. JON CARDINELLI reports.


Sharks get out of jail

The Sharks overcame a six-point half-time deficit to secure a scrappy 15-9 win over the Force in Durban on Saturday. BRENTON CHELIN reports.


Naholo steamrolls Stormers

Waisake Naholo scored a brace in the Highlanders' 39-21 hammering of the Stormers in Dunedin. JON CARDINELLI reports.


Highlights: 2015 Hong Kong Sevens (Day 1)

The Blitzboks got their campaign off to a winning start with victory over Argentina.


Cruden steers Chiefs past Cheetahs

Aaron Cruden kicked 17 points as the Chiefs did enough to see off the Cheetahs 37-27 in Hamilton on Saturday, writes BRENTON CHELIN.


Paul Roos overcome Affies

Paul Roos beat Affies 29-12 in their Mutual & Federal Premier Interschools match in Stellenbosch on Saturday.


Province pummel Sharks XV

Western Province claimed a convincing 32-12 Vodacom Cup win over the Sharks XV on Saturday, while there were also wins for Free State, the Lions and Blue Bulls.


Blitzboks to face Aussies in quarters

The Blitzboks backed up their win over Argentina, with victories over Japan and France on day two of the Hong Kong Sevens.


Waratahs add to Blues’ woes

The Waratahs beat the Blues 23-11 in a scrappy match in Sydney on Saturday, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.


Toulouse fightback stuns Toulon

Toulouse overturned an 18-0 deficit to beat Toulon 34-24 at the Stade Vélodrome on Saturday.


Sarries smash Quins to move second

A world record crowd for a club rugby match of 84,068 saw Saracens beat Harlequins 42-14 at Wembley on Saturday.


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