Currie Cup preview (Round 4)

Western Province will look to cement their place at the top of the Currie Cup log when they travel to Loftus on Saturday, writes BRENTON CHELIN.


Lions Ice Bucket Challenge

The Golden Lions took things to the next level in their support of those suffering with motor neuron disease.


Whiteley back with Boks

Willem Alberts has been ruled out of the Springboks’ tour to Australia and New Zealand and will be replaced in the 30-man squad by Warren Whiteley.


Top 5 rugby lookalikes

The guys over at Fox Sports Australia have unearthed some rugby doppelgängers.


Kriel vs Kolbe

These two exciting prospects have the ability to change the game for their respective teams on Saturday, writes BRENTON CHELIN.


‘Rugby is stuck in time warp’

Jonathan Kaplan says rugby should have an on-field challenge system to correct referees' mistakes.


Keegan kicks off Japanese stint

Keegan Daniel speaks to BRENTON CHELIN about his debut for the Kubota Spears and his initial impressions of Japan.


Botes to hit 150

Sharks flank Jacques Botes will extend his Currie Cup record when he plays in his 150th match against the Pumas in Nelspruit this Friday.


Another new flyhalf for Lions

Andries Coetzee will wear the Golden Lions No 10 jersey against the EP Kings in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.


Change at flyhalf for Bulls

Joshua Stander is in line to make his Blue Bulls debut against Western Province at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday.


Taute beefs up WP midfield

Jaco Taute will start at No 12 when Western Province tackle the Blue Bulls at Loftus Versfeld this Saturday.


Toulon call on Smith

Juan Smith is likely to feature for Toulon against Racing Métro in the French Top 14 this weekend.


EP Kings Ice Bucket Challenge

The Kings took time out from their practice session to show their support for those with motor neuron disease.


McCabe counts himself lucky

Wallabies back Pat McCabe says he's lucky to walk away from the game after suffering a third neck injury.


Wallabies stars to get sabbaticals

The Australian Rugby Union will allow overseas sabbaticals to prevent losing key players like Israel Folau.


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