2015 World Cup squads

SARugbymag.co.za brings you all 20 squads for the global showpiece in England.


‘No one exempt from criticism’

Springbok prop Jannie du Plessis says he has learned to deal with criticism differently as he’s become more experienced, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Gold backs Sharks young guns

Sharks coach Gary Gold believes the policy of backing youth during the Currie Cup will reap rewards in the long run, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Ireland’s chief orchestrator

Johnny Sexton is the one player Ireland can’t afford to be without at the World Cup, writes GERRY THORNLEY.


Kings-Lions match to go ahead

EP Kings players have received overdue payments of their August salaries, reports CRAIG LEWIS.


Currie Cup preview (Round 5)

The Vodacom Blue Bulls will be aiming to maintain their perfect start to the Currie Cup when they take on the Free State Cheetahs in Pretoria, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Reshuffled Kings without Watson

The EP Kings will be without regular captain Luke Watson for Saturday’s match against the Golden Lions.


Coleman at 10 for Western Province

Kurt Coleman will start at flyhalf in place of Demetri Catrakilis when Western Province take on Griquas at Newlands this Saturday.


Vodacom Think Tank (Episode 30)

Tank Lanning and Zelim Nel look at the Springbok squad and Rudy Paige's controversial selection ahead of Cobus Reinach.


SuperBru: Bulls to win by 10-12

Before you make your SuperBru picks for this weekend's Currie Cup and Test matches, take a look at the SA Rugby magazine team's predictions.


Currie Cup teams (Round 5)

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


Mnisi heads up Lions

Howard Mnisi will captain a Golden Lions team with wholesale changes against the EP Kings at Ellis Park on Saturday.


Reinach returns for Sharks

Cobus Reinach will start at scrumhalf for the Sharks when they take on the Pumas in Durban this Saturday.


Test rugby teams

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


SA on World Cup standby

South Africa could host the 2019 World Cup if Japan is not able to meet its obligations to do so.


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