Schalk’s legend grows

Laureus Comeback of the Year winner Schalk Burger is on the cover of the latest SA Rugby magazine.


Retallick, Savea commit to All Blacks

Brodie Retallick and Julian Savea have signed long-term deals that will keep them with the All Blacks through to the 2019 World Cup.


Davies ruled out of RWC

Wales have suffered a massive blow to their World Cup hopes with news that star centre Jonathan Davies will miss the tournament through injury.


Hurricanes continue rotation

The Hurricanes will welcome back a number of players for their match against the Crusaders in Nelson on Friday.


Carter back at 10 for Saders

Dan Carter has been named at flyhalf for the Crusaders' clash with the Hurricanes in Nelson on Friday.


Cheetahs sign Zeilinga

The Cheetahs have completed the signing of Sharks flyhalf Fred Zeilinga, who will join the union ahead of the Currie Cup season.


Barbarians play golf

Check out the great putt by Grenoble utility back Gio Aplon.


Louw targets title at Twickers

Springbok flank Francois Louw is determined to win his first ever club title and pick up yet another win at Twickenham in the buildup to the 2015 World Cup. JON CARDINELLI reports.


Bakkies is a rugby legend

The hard man of world rugby has seen it all and won it all, writes MARK KEOHANE in Sport Monthly magazine.


‘Stormers attack needs quicker ball’

Six former players and a coach on why the Stormers have only been able to claim one try-scoring bonus point in 13 matches this Vodacom Super Rugby season.


Top 20 schools rankings (26 May)

Paarl Gym have moved into the top half of the FNB rankings for the first time this year, following their 39-15 win against SACS.


Lions hooker gets three-match ban

Robbie Coetzee will miss the Lions' remaining two league matches and possible play-off qualifier after being suspended for a tip-tackle on Rayno Benjamin.


Super Rugby teams (Round 15)

Take a look at who's playing this weekend before you make your SuperBru and Fantasy League picks.


Visser at fullback, Matfield rested

The Vodacom Bulls have made six changes for their match against the Brumbies in Canberra on Friday.


Saffas dominate Baa-Baas lineup

Five South Africans will start for the Barbarians against Ireland at Thomond Park on Thursday.


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