Tour a watershed for Boks

The Springboks must use the four-Test tour of Europe to settle on a game plan and develop a squad with the 2019 World Cup in mind, writes JON CARDINELLI.

Five takeaways from past weekend

What we learned from the Currie Cup semi-finals and the Bledisloe Cup Test in Brisbane, according to CRAIG LEWIS.

Bosch’s big statement

Curwin Bosch’s clinical kicking display bodes well for the Sharks ahead of the Currie Cup final – and for the Springboks ahead of their challenging tour to Europe, writes JON CARDINELLI.

Wallabies press conference

What coach Michael Cheika and captain Michael Hooper had to say about the Wallabies' 23-18 win against the All Blacks.

All Blacks press conference

What coach Steve Hansen, defence coach Wayne Smith and captain Kieran Read had to say after the All Blacks' 23-18 loss to the Wallabies.

Viljoen to miss final

Western Province coach John Dobson has confirmed that centre EW Viljoen will not take part in next week’s Currie Cup final against the Sharks. MARIETTE ADAMS reports.

WP grind down Lions

Flyhalf Robert du Preez kicked 14 points as Western Province beat the Golden Lions 19-5 on Saturday to reach the Currie Cup final. MARIETTE ADAMS reports from Newlands.

Bosch boots Sharks into final

Curwin Bosch scored 17 points as the Sharks beat the Blue Bulls 37-27 in Durban on Saturday to secure home advantage in the Currie Cup final. JON CARDINELLI reports.

Highlights: Wallabies vs All Blacks

The Wallabies scored three tries in their 23-18 Bledisloe Cup win in Brisbane.

Wallabies upset All Blacks

Reece Hodge slotted a long-distance 78th-minute penalty as the Wallabies secured a shock 23-18 win over the All Blacks in Brisbane on Saturday. CRAIG LEWIS reports.

WPRU set to bid Newlands goodbye

The Cape Town Stadium is set to become the new home of the Western Province Rugby Union.

Cheetahs farewell for Rhule, Petersen

Raymond Rhule and Sergeal Petersen are set to feature in their final game for the Cheetahs in next Saturday's Pro14 match against Zebre in Italy.

Highlights: Currie Cup First Division final

The Griffons scored eight tries in their 60-36 win in Welkom.

Griffons go back-to-back

Flyhalf Juan Kotzé scored 25 points as the Griffons beat the Leopards 60-36 in Welkom on Friday to win their second straight Currie Cup First Division title, writes MARIETTE ADAMS.

Habana on 2007 World Cup win

Bryan Habana reflects on the Springboks' 2007 World Cup triumph, 10 years on.

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