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Blues make four changes

Peter Saili will start at No 8 for the Blues against the Waratahs at Eden Park on Friday.


Lambie set for early return

Pat Lambie could be back for the Sharks' match against the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein on 5 July.


Burger back for Stormers

Springbok flanker Schalk Burger will make his return for the Stormers this Saturday via the bench.


Pollard to boost Baby Boks

Vodacom Bulls flyhalf Handré Pollard has been selected for the SA U20 squad to play at the IRB Junior World Championship in New Zealand this June.


Super Rugby teams (Round 11)

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


The Shortball (Week 10)

The best of the past weekend's Super Rugby action inside three minutes.


Sadie vs De Jongh

The two No 13s will have key roles to play in Saturday's derby in Bloemfontein, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Habana hopes for Toulon double

Bryan Habana wants Toulon to make history this season by winning the Top 14 and European Cup.


Super Rugby stats (Round 10)

SARugbymag.co.za looks at the players who topped the stats in key areas of the game this past weekend, as well as for the season so far.


‘I’m an average rugby player’

Benji Marshall has quit rugby union after a short, unsuccessful stint with the Blues and is set to return to rugby league.


Dream Team (Round 10)

There are three South Africans in this week's Dream Team, based on the Fantasy League points they earned in round 10.


Impala win Community Cup

Rustenburg Impala are South Africa's new open-club champions after beating Roodepoort 13-11 in appalling conditions in George on Monday.


Grey, Monument draw titanic battle

Grey College and Monument played to an exciting 10-10 draw in the headline game of the Kearsney Easter Festival.


Martin leads Wynberg to victory

Wynberg Boys' remained unbeaten at the St Stithians' Easter Festival with a 17-16 win over Maritzburg College.


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