Lambie back in business

Pat Lambie will return to training with the Sharks this week and be available for Saturday's match against the Hurricanes.

Zas gets one-match ban

Leolin Zas has been suspended for two weeks for taking Bernard Foley out in the air at Newlands on Saturday.

Boks need balance

The Springboks must evolve their game over time under Allister Coetzee, but it's South Africa’s traditional strengths that will be integral to ensuring the June Test series against Ireland is a success, writes CRAIG LEWIS.

Montpellier turn heat up on leaders

Montpellier thrashed Grenoble 51-10, while there were also Top 14 wins for Racing, Toulouse, Castres, Bordeaux, Oyonnax and Agen.

Exeter make dash for home semi

The Exeter Chiefs beat Wasps 24-3, while there were also Premiership wins for Leicester, Northampton, Gloucester, Harlequins and Saracens.

Bulls turn the tide

The Bulls and Hurricanes used turnover ball to brilliant effect to record big wins in Perth and Johannesburg respectively, writes JON CARDINELLI.

Highlights: Jaguares vs Kings (2016)

The hosts scored 11 tries in their crushing 73-27 win in Buenos Aires.

Lions handed tactical lesson

The Lions have lost three matches against New Zealand opposition because of a flawed and naive approach, writes JON CARDINELLI.

What we’ve learned

Five lessons from the 10th round of Super Rugby, according to CRAIG LEWIS.

Sensational Jaguares crush Kings

Leonardo Senatore scored a hat-trick as the Jaguares thrashed the Kings 73-27 in Buenos Aires on Saturday. MARIETTE ADAMS reports.

Highlights: Stormers vs Waratahs (2016)

The visitors scored a late try to snatch a 32-30 win at Newlands.

Bulls close in on Stormers

The Bulls simply need to beat the Brumbies in Canberra to take an unexpected lead at the top of the South African group, writes JON CARDINELLI.

‘Zas’s slip is completely irrelevant’

What former Bok coach NICK MALLETT had to say on SuperSport about the past weekend's Super Rugby matches involving South African teams.

Highlights: Lions vs Hurricanes (2016)

The visitors ran in seven tries to claim a convincing 50-17 win at Ellis Park.

Tahs snatch late winner

Bernard Foley kicked a 79th-minute conversion to hand the Waratahs a 32-30 win against a 14-man Stormers side at Newlands on Saturday. JON CARDINELLI reports.

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