Interpretation damaging game

A couple of decisions last weekend bordered on farcical and action is required before the game loses credibility, writes BRENTON CHELIN.


‘I would start Lambie for Boks’

JOHN MITCHELL, writing on the new Vodacom Rugby Portal, compares Pat Lambie to Handré Pollard and explains why the Sharks No 10 would be his first choice.


Highlights: UCT vs CUT (2015)

Ikeys scored 12 tries to win this Varsity Cup match 90-8 on the Green Mile.


Highlights: NMMU vs UJ (2015)

The visitors scored six tries to win this Varsity Cup match 34-13 in Port Elizabeth.


‘TMO mistakes inexcusable’

SARugbymag.co.za's panel of experts on the standard of officiating in Vodacom Super Rugby.


‘Referee didn’t need extra pressure’

Former Test referee Jonathan Kaplan says Pretoria-based Jaco van Heerden should not have been given the Bulls-Sharks match at Loftus last Saturday.


Cheetahs rejig loose trio

The Cheetahs have made three changes for their match against the Vodacom Bulls at Loftus on Saturday.


Bulls set to welcome back Botha

Vodacom Bulls flank Arno Botha will resume training next week after recovering from a pectoral muscle tear.


De Jongh has clearer path

Juan de Jongh can end his time in the Springbok wilderness if he consistently adds substance to style, writes RYAN VREDE.


2019 World Cup host venues

Find out more about the 12 stadiums for the tournament in Japan.


Pukke down Tuks

Pukke handed Tuks their first defeat of the 2015 Varsity Cup, with a 42-37 victory in Potchefstroom on Monday.


Etzebeth set for return

Springbok lock Eben Etzebeth will make his return for the Stormers against the Sharks at Newlands on Saturday.


Highlights: Hamiltons vs Wanderers (2015)

The two traditional rivals drew 40-40 in their Community Cup match in Cape Town.


Poor officiating frustrates Sharks

Sharks director of rugby Gary Gold has called for greater consistency from Vodacom Super Rugby officials following their 43-35 loss to the Bulls.


Tokyo to host 2019 World Cup final

Tokyo's 80,000-seater New National Stadium will be one of 12 stadia to host matches at the 2019 World Cup in Japan.


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