Springboks in serious trouble

The All Blacks look set to cruise to this year's Rugby Championship title, while the Boks could face the ignominy of another last-place finish, writes CRAIG LEWIS.

What we’ve learned

Five lessons from the Rugby Championship and Currie Cup this past weekend, according to CRAIG LEWIS.

‘Boks’ luck finally ran out’

What former Bok coach NICK MALLETT had to say on SuperSport about the Springboks' 26-24 defeat to Argentina in Salta.

Combrinck out for six weeks

Springbok wing Ruan Combrinck will miss the rest of the Rugby Championship after sustaining a fractured fibula in Salta.

All Blacks prop escapes sanction

Owen Franks has not been cited for an alleged eye-gouge on Kane Douglas during Saturday's match in Wellington.

Highlights: Argentina vs Springboks (2016)

The Springboks slumped to a 26-24 loss to Los Pumas in Salta. 

Pumas humble woeful Boks

Santiago Gonzalez Iglesias slotted a 78th-minute penalty as Argentina snatched a 26-24 win over the Springboks in Salta on Saturday. CRAIG LEWIS reports.

Pumas deserved Bok scalp

Argentina were worthy winners against the Springboks in Salta, according to's Opta-powered stats.

Owen Franks eye-gouge?

The All Blacks prop could be in trouble for raking the eyes and face of Wallabies lock Kane Douglas.

Highlights: All Blacks vs Wallabies (2016)

The world champions beat the visitors 29-9 in Wellington to retain the Bledisloe Cup.

All Blacks retain Bledisloe

Israel Dagg scored two tries as the All Blacks beat the Wallabies 29-9 in Wellington on Saturday. SIMON BORCHARDT reports.

Dagg dazzled for All Blacks

Israel Dagg impressed on the right wing for the All Blacks in Wellington on Saturday, according to's Opta-powered stats.

Bosch inspires Sharks to victory

Curwin Bosch scored 21 points as the Sharks clinched a hard-fought 26-19 win over the Blue Bulls in Durban on Saturday night. CRAIG LEWIS reports.

WP back in business

Western Province got their Currie Cup campaign back on track with a 36-6 win against the EP Kings in Port Elizabeth on Saturday. SIMON BORCHARDT reports.

Bugging device just three days old

The listening device found hidden in a chair at the All Blacks team hotel in Sydney had a battery life of about three days and was still operational when discovered.

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