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Griquas surge past Kings

Griquas scored 33 second-half points as they recorded a 47-24 bonus-point victory over the EP Kings in Kimberley on Wednesday evening. CRAIG LEWIS reports.


Pienaar to end Ulster stay

Springbok scrumhalf Ruan Pienaar will leave Irish club Ulster at the end of the 2016-17 season due to the IRFU's succession policy.


Sharks prop heads for France

Sharks loosehead prop Dale Chadwick has signed a two-year contract with French second-division club Narbonne.


Chasing Great Premiere

What former All Blacks captain Richie McCaw had to say at the premiere of his new movie.


Mvovo, Hougie in Bok squad

Lwazi Mvovo and Francois Hougaard have been included in the 28-man Springbok squad for the two away Rugby Championship Tests against Australia and New Zealand.


Lions bring back big guns

Rohan Janse van Rensburg and Courtnall Skosan will start for the Golden Lions against the Blue Bulls at Loftus in Pretoria on Friday.


Bulls lose Kirsten, Kriel

Blue Bulls flank Jannes Kirsten has been ruled out for up to three weeks with a shoulder injury.


Kiwi to sharpen WP skills

Former Blues skills coach Paul Feeney has joined Western Province for a 10-day stint to assist with their Currie Cup campaign.


Lavanini’s season over

Argentina lock Tomás Lavanini has been ruled out for six months as the result of a serious knee injury.


Rankings boost for Los Pumas

Argentina have climbed two places to seventh in the World Rugby rankings following their last-ditch 26-24 victory over the Springboks in Salta on Saturday.


SuperSport post-match wrap: Argentina vs Springboks (2016)

Nick Mallett, Naas Botha, Victor Matfield, Jean de Villiers and Ashwin Willemse reflect on the Boks' 26-24 loss in Salta.


Beauden Barrett re-signs with NZ Rugby

The All Blacks flyhalf on why he's decided to stay in New Zealand until the end of 2019.


Gio stands tall in losing battle

SARugbymag.co.za looks back at the past weekend’s French Top 14 and English Premiership pre-season matches, involving South African players.


No quick fix for SA rugby’s slide

South African rugby is at its lowest point in the professional era, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.


Boks have bigger worries

There are many reasons for the Springboks’ ongoing woes, but blaming transformation agendas is futile and far off the mark, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


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