EP clubs want Cheeky out

Eastern Province clubs plan to call a special general meeting to pass a no-confidence vote in Cheeky Watson.

Catrakilis kicks Montpellier to victory

Demetri Catrakilis scored 20 points as Montpellier beat La Rochelle 25-20 in the French Top 14, while Toulon, Castres, Racing, Bordeaux and Brive also won.

Swiel costs Quins as Chiefs hold on

Tim Swiel missed a last-minute penalty as Harlequins lost 26-25 to Exeter, while Northampton, Saracens and Wasps clinched wins in the English Premiership.

Duane Vermeulen interview

The Springbok No 8 talks about the 2015 World Cup and his move to Toulon.

Top 5 tries from 2014-15 Sevens Series

With the 2015-16 Sevens Series kicking off this weekend, World Rugby looks back at last season's best five-pointers.

Cheetahs suffer Mohoje blow

Oupa Mohoje will be sidelined for at least three months after sustaining a knee injury while training with the Blitzboks.

Ex-Kings duo headline Academy side

Tim Agaba and Siviwe Soyizwapi have been included in the 12-man Sevens Academy squad for the Dubai tournament.

Euro matches rescheduled for 2016

The Champions Cup and Challenge Cup matches postponed earlier in November will be played in January 2016.

Bulls jersey launch

Three new kits were unveiled at Loftus for the 2016 Super Rugby season.

Coetzee could coach Boks

Allister Coetzee is in line to succeed Heyneke Meyer as Springbok coach.

Bulls kit inspired by the stars

The Vodacom Bulls have unveiled three new Super Rugby jerseys for the 2016 season.

Kings planning nearly completed

Saru CEO Jurie Roux says 'major progress' has been made in preparing an implementation plan for the embattled Kings.

De Jongh, Hougaard boost Blitzboks

Juan de Jongh and Francois Hougaard have been included in the Blitzboks’ 12-man squad for the opening two legs of the World Series in Dubai and Cape Town.

New Zealand rugby’s top three tries of 2015

Ma'a Nonu, Julian Savea and a schoolboy are up for New Zealand's Try of the Year award.

Sponsors’ exit calls for reality check

Saru deputy president Mark Alexander says the loss of a couple of key sponsors is a ‘wake-up call’ for SA rugby.

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