SuperBru: Canes to win by 6-22

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

Super Rugby teams (Final)

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

Lions quartet to miss Currie Cup

The Lions have released four players to overseas-based clubs for the duration of the Currie Cup.

Boks draw northern refs

A northern hemisphere referee will take charge in each of the Springboks' four pool matches at the World Cup later this year.

Giteau, Mitchell return to Wallabies

Matt Giteau and Drew Mitchell have been included in a 40-man Wallabies squad ahead of the Rugby Championship.

Hurricanes sweat on Savea

Ardie Savea has been bracketed with Callum Gibbins at openside flank for Saturday's Vodacom Super Rugby final.

Faf’s taking the gap

Faf de Klerk’s Super Rugby performances have put him in line for higher honours, writes BRENTON CHELIN.

Canes to lift Super Rugby trophy

THE MONEY MAN won't be betting on the Vodacom Super Rugby final but he is expecting the Hurricanes to win.

Grey PE see off SACS

Grey High beat SACS 28-10, while there were also victories for Selborne, Dale, Rondebosch and Paarl Gym on the last day of the Cape Schools Week. 

Top 10 tries of 2015 Vodacom Super Rugby

According to Sky Sport New Zealand show The Breakdown.

‘Jaco Kriel the glaring omission’

Six former players give their thoughts on the 49-man Springbok training squad.

Vodacom Super Rugby Think Tank (Episode 21)

Tank Lanning and Zelim Nel discuss this Saturday's Super Rugby final and 49-man Springbok training squad.

Folau to stay in rugby union

Israel Folau has committed his long-term future to Australian rugby after signing a three-year flexible contract through until the end of 2018.

Kiwi final shows SA’s plight

The Springboks have a lot of physical and mental ground to make up if they're going to catch the New Zealanders at the World Cup. JON CARDINELLI reports.

Stander’s a standout performer

CJ Stander became the first non-Irishman to win Munster’s Player of the Year award and qualifies to play for Ireland after the World Cup. GERRY THORNLEY reports.

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