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Super Rugby teams (Round 6)

SARugbymag.co.za brings you all the Super Rugby team lineups as they are announced.


Junior Bok starts for Stormers

Cobus Wiese will earn his first Super Rugby start as one of eight changes to the Stormers team for Saturday's game against the Cheetahs at Newlands.


Why Chiliboy still matters

Ryan Vrede says Chiliboy Ralepelle​ should not be South African rugby's forgotten man.


April at fullback for Sharks

Coach Rob du Preez has made three changes to the Sharks' starting lineup to face the Lions at Ellis Park on Saturday.


Cheetahs boosted by Petersen’s return

Sergeal Petersen will start on the right wing for the Cheetahs against the Stormers at Newlands on Saturday.


Lions confirm bench

The Lions have named an unchanged starting lineup for Saturday's clash against the Sharks in Johannesburg.


Superbru: Lions to win by 6-11

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


Super Rugby preview (Round 6, Part 1)

CRAIG LEWIS looks ahead to the first four matches in round six of the competition.


Super Rugby predictions (Round 6)

Craig Lewis makes his picks for this weekend's Super Rugby​ matches involving South African sides.


Bulls swap five for Chiefs

Arno Botha will make his first appearance of the season for the Bulls against the Chiefs in Hamilton on Saturday.


‘SA defence has gone backwards’

Brendan Venter says the Springboks' three-day training camp in Stellenbosch will primarily be driven around defence and exits.


Brummer to join Bulls squad

Flyhalf Francois Brummer will join the Bulls in New Zealand this week as they prepare to take on the Chiefs.


PdV: Beat All Blacks by intimidation

Former Springbok coach Peter de Villiers says the All Blacks 'may be ripe for the picking' this year.


Highlights: Maties vs UJ (2017)

The hosts scored nine tries in their 65-19 win in the Varsity Cup.


Highlights: Pukke vs Tuks (2017)

The defending champions crashed out of the Varsity Cup after a 43-28 defeat in Pretoria.


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