‘Meyer is doing his best’

Three former players and a coach on whether Heyneke Meyer is to blame for the Springboks' lack of fitness and conditioning.


New-look Sharks to face Lions

Three Sharks newcomers will start in Friday’s Currie Cup warm-up game against the Golden Lions in Pietermaritzburg.


Zinedine Zidane plays rugby

The former footballer scored a try for the France 1998 team against Toulon in a charity match.


Preview: Paarl Boys’ vs Paarl Gym

SuperSport looks ahead to the big schoolboy derby this Saturday.


Saru reallocates academy funding

Saru is redirecting its funding of the work related to rugby academies in the Eastern and Western Cape after revisiting the business model in place, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Hooper gets slap on wrist

Wallabies flanker Michael Hooper has been suspended for just one week after being found guilty of foul play and will be available for his side's next match.


Senatla to wing it for WP

Four Springbok Sevens players have been released to play in this year's Currie Cup.


Vodacom Think Tank (Episode 25)

Tank Lanning and Zelim Nel look at the law book to shed some light on the uncontested scrums situation at Ellis Park.


Gone too soon

When the news broke that former All Blacks loose forward Jerry Collins had died in a car crash in France, the rugby world expressed its collective grief. MARC HINTON reports.


Kings tackle wage problems

EP Kings president Cheeky Watson says they are addressing issues related to the payment of player wages.


Lappies to lead Bulls in Tokyo

Flanker Lappies Labuschagne will captain the Blue Bulls against the Canon Eagles on Friday.


‘Sharks in better shape’

Gary Gold says the Sharks will benefit from improved conditioning during the upcoming Currie Cup, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


WP lacking work ethic

Coach John Dobson has identified some considerable concerns after Western Province’s unconvincing performance against the EP Kings in a pre-season friendly.


Grant packing for Perth

Former Stormers and Springbok flyhalf Peter Grant has signed a two-year deal with the Force.


Bok lock depth still a concern

JON CARDINELLI looks at three areas of strength and three of concern in the buildup to the Springboks’ 2015 World Cup campaign.


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