Kockott closer to realising Test dream

Former Sharks scrumhalf Rory Kockott has been included in a 30-man squad for France's end-of-year Tests.

Boks in race for second place

South Africa’s spot in the world rankings will be under threat when they host Australia and New Zealand in the next fortnight. JON CARDINELLI reports.

Bath tame Leicester Tigers

Bath moved to the top of the English Premiership with a crushing 45-0 win over the Leicester Tigers at the Recreation Ground.

Kockott on fire in France

Rory Kockott was named Man of the Match as Castres beat Oyonnax 27-18 in the Top 14 at Stade Pierre Antoine.

‘Bulls stuck in the past’

What former Springbok coach NICK MALLETT had to say on SuperSport about the past weekend's Currie Cup matches.

Cronjé steps up for Sharks

Lionel Cronjé overcame a shaky start to lead the Sharks to victory in Pretoria, writes BRENTON CHELIN.

Sharks brush off Bulls

The Sharks moved to third on the Currie Cup log with a 26-15 win against the Blue Bulls at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.

Notshe brace buries Griquas

WP scored a 36-12 bonus-point win against Griquas on Saturday to maintain their place at the top of the Currie Cup log. JON CARDINELLI reports.

Cheetahs cruise past Kings

The Free State Cheetahs strengthened their play-off hopes with a 37-22 bonus-point win over the EP Kings in Port Elizabeth.

What we’ve learned

Five lessons from the seventh round of the Currie Cup, according to SIMON BORCHARDT.

Lions pummel Pumas

The Golden Lions scored four tries in their 29-15 win over the Pumas at Ellis Park on Friday. BRENTON CHELIN reports.

Banker the Bulls

Where you should put your money on the Currie Cup this weekend, according to MARK KEOHANE.

Mallett & Skinstad Test analysis

Nick Mallett and Bob Skinstad analyse the match between the All Blacks and Springboks in Wellington.

Steyn doesn’t expect Springbok return

Former Springbok centre Frans Steyn says it’s unlikely he’ll play international rugby again.

Top 5 schoolboy prodigies

Featuring Johan Goosen, Kurtley Beale, Manu Tuilagi and Julian Savea.

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