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.

Challenge Cup breaks new ground

The European Rugby Challenge Cup will now include clubs from Russia, Spain and Portugal alongside representatives from the Italian Eccellenza.

Kirchner seals the deal for Leinster looks back at the past weekend's English Premiership, Celtic Pro12, French Top 14 and Japanese Top League matches, which involved South African players.

Sharks sign Kiwi wing

Saracens wing Jack Wilson has signed with the Sharks ahead of the 2015 Super Rugby season.

Olivier makes impact for Montpellier

Wynand Olivier scored a try as Montpellier beat Toulouse 23-20 in a tightly contested match in the French Top 14 on Saturday.

Swiel boots Harlequins to victory

Tim Swiel kicked five penalties as Harlequins beat the struggling Newcastle Falcons 15-7 at the Stoop on Saturday.

Nonu headed to Toulon

All Blacks centre Ma'a Nonu has signed a two-year deal with French Top 14 club Toulon.

All Blacks prepare for exodus

The New Zealand Rugby Union are expecting an exodus of top-level players following the 2015 Rugby World Cup in England.

Adam Jones’ drop goal masterclass

Wales and Cardiff Blues prop, Adam Jones, demonstrates the art of the drop goal.

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.

Quins capture Horwill

Former Wallabies captain James Horwill will join English Premiership club Harlequins following the Rugby World Cup in 2015.

WP Rugby staying put

Newlands Stadium will remain the home of Western Province rugby after the WPRFU voted unanimously against a possible move to the Cape Town Stadium.

Force sign Japanese flyer

Japan wing Akihito Yamada has signed a one-year deal with Australian Super Rugby side, the Western Force. 

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.

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