SA Rugby magazine brings you the ultimate guide to the 2015 Super Rugby tournament.

The Test rugby awards

JON CARDINELLI applauds the outstanding individuals, teams and moments of the 2014 Test season.

Racing Métro sign Carter

Dan Carter will become rugby's highest-paid player when he joins French Top 14 club Racing Métro after next year's World Cup.

Slap on the wrist for Castro

Toulon prop Martin Castrogiovanni has received a suspended four-match ban and a €10,000 fine for his rant about Leicester director of rugby Richard Cockerill.

Ashley-Cooper off to France

Wallabies utility back Adam Ashley-Cooper will join Bordeaux Bègles after the 2015 Rugby World Cup on a two-year deal.

Baa-Baas, Pumas to clash

The Barbarians are set to face Argentina at Twickenham in November 2015 as part of their 125th anniversary celebrations.

Too soon for Boks to panic

Results and form mean very little in terms of the World Cup, it’s all about who gets it right in the tournament, writes MARK KEOHANE.

Hansen extends All Blacks stay

All Blacks head coach Steve Hansen has signed a new contract until the end of the 2017 season, New Zealand Rugby (NZR) confirmed on Tuesday.

Treu to join WP Rugby

Western Province have announced the signing of former Blitzboks coach Paul Treu to their backroom staff from 2015 onwards.

Seven of the best tries at 2014 PE Sevens

Seabelo Senatla features twice alongside Branco du Preez in the best five-pointers according to World Rugby.

Saru restructures to aid transformation

Saru has undergone an internal restructuring to simplify the identification, development and monitoring of players for all national teams.

Pietersen heroics sink Steelers looks back at the past weekend's European Champions Cup, European Challenge Cup and Japanese Top League matches, which involved South African players. 

Highlights: 2014 PE Sevens (Day 2)

The Blitzboks defend their title at the Nelson Mandela Bay Sevens by beating New Zealand in the Cup final.

Blitzboks go back-to-back

South Africa will finish the year on top of the World Series standings after defeating New Zealand 26-17 in the Cup final at the PE Sevens.

Senatla vs Norton in sprint race

South Africa's Seabelo Senatla and England's Don Norton went head to head in the Cup quarter-finals of the PE Sevens.

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