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‘Scrum battle could be decisive’

Former Springbok coach Nick Mallett believes that the Golden Lions dominant pack will prove the difference between the teams in Saturday's Currie Cup final.


Schalk Brits suffers knee injury

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


Catrakilis vs Boshoff

Saturday's final at Newlands will hinge on the accuracy of the two flyhalves, in decision-making and goal-kicking, writes BRENTON CHELIN.


Jean de Villiers interview

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


Cheika appointed Wallabies coach

Michael Cheika has replaced Ewen McKenzie as Wallabies head coach on a three-year deal.


Boks brace for Twickenham battle

Duane Vermeulen and Billy Vunipola are on the cover of the new issue of SA Rugby magazine, on sale today.


Whiteley’s month to remember

Warren Whiteley followed up Commonwealth gold with a Springbok call-up, writes BRENTON CHELIN.


‘Redelinghuys deserves call-up’

Former Springbok prop Robbie Kempson says Golden Lions prop Julian Redelinghuys should be selected for the Springboks' end-of-year tour. BRENTON CHELIN reports.


‘It should be a great final’

SARugbymag.co.za's panel of experts on where Saturday's Currie Cup final will be won and lost and who they think are favourites. 


Strauss back for Ireland

Ireland coach Joe Schmidt has included South African duo Richardt Strauss and Robbie Diack in a 37-man squad for the November internationals.


Wales call in the cavalry

Wales captain Sam Warburton and fullback Leigh Halfpenny have been selected in the 34-man squad for the November Tests.


No Tuilagi for England

Centre Manu Tuilagi is likely to miss all four of England's Tests in November, after suffering a recurring groin injury at the weekend.


Barbarians bank on De Jongh

Springbok centre Juan de Jongh has been added to the Barbarians squad for the match against Australia at Twickenham.


Maori’s Singapore match cancelled

The New Zealand Maori match against the Asia-Pacific Barbarians has been cancelled, due to the poor quality of the National Stadium pitch in Singapore.


Top tries from European Champions Cup (Round 1)

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


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