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Highlights: Brumbies vs Reds (2016)

Co-captain Stephen Moore scored two tries as the Brumbies beat the Reds 43-24 in Canberra on Friday.


Another big opportunity for April

Sharks director of rugby Gary Gold is confident that Garth April will successfully step in once again to replace injured Pat Lambie at flyhalf, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Venter returns to London Irish

London Irish have appointed Brendan Venter as their technical director.


Highlights: Chiefs vs Crusaders (2016)

The Chiefs moved to the top of the New Zealand conference with a 23-13 win in Suva.


Brumbies late show floors Reds

A strong second-half surge saw the Brumbies claim a 43-24 bonus-point win against the Reds in Canberra on Friday, writes MARIETTE ADAMS.


Brumbies co-captains show the way

Standout performances by Stephen Moore and Christian Leali'ifano laid the foundation for the Brumbies' 43-24 win against the Reds in Canberra, according to SARugbymag.co.za’s Opta-powered stats.


Chiefs overcome Crusaders again

The Chiefs secured a fourth successive win over the Crusaders as they ground out a 23-13 victory in Suva on Friday. CRAIG LEWIS reports.


Chiefs tactically superior

The Chiefs adapted better to the wet weather conditions in Suva to come away with an important 23-13 win over the Crusaders, according to SARugbymag.co.za’s Opta-powered stats.


Barritt’s leading role

Brad Barritt made a big contribution as a player and captain during Saracens’ unforgettable season, writes GAVIN MORTIMER.


Lions to roar against Sharks

The Lions’ attack will set them apart in Saturday’s highly anticipated encounter against the Sharks at Ellis Park, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Kriel needs to fire for Bulls

Jesse Kriel will have a point to prove when the Bulls take on the Jaguares in Buenos Aires, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Schalk can inspire Stormers

The Stormers need interim captain Schalk Burger to lead from the front against the Rebels in Melbourne on Saturday, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.


Force need Saffas to shine

The Force will rely heavily on their South African contingent during Saturday's match against the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein. MARIETTE ADAMS reports.


Highlanders bank on Marty

An understrength Highlanders side will rely on flyhalf Marty Banks to call the shots against the Kings in Port Elizabeth on Saturday, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.


All Blacks stars must shine for Saders

The impact of the Crusaders’ returning All Blacks will be a key factor in Friday’s encounter against the Chiefs in Suva, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


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