‘Stormers will win SA conference’

Six former Springboks on who will go on to win the South African Vodacom Super Rugby conference and why.


Fit-again Paige boosts Bulls

Rudy Paige has been included in the Vodacom Bulls squad for their Australasian tour.


‘We will make you proud again’

In an open letter to Sharks fans, CEO JOHN SMIT says the union will implement whatever changes are required to get the team back on track.


Paul Roos win world title

Paul Roos thrashed Brisbane Boys' College 35-3 in the final of the Sanix World Youth Rugby Tournament in Fukuoka.


Muir sues Lions for R4.6-million

Former Lions head coach and director of rugby Dick Muir is suing the Golden Lions Rugby Union over an alleged breach of contract.


Super Rugby teams (Round 13)

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


Richie returns for Crusaders

Richie McCaw will start on the bench for the Crusaders against the Reds in Christchurch on Friday.


Luatua to lead Blues

Steven Luatua has replaced the injured Jerome Kaino as Blues captain for the remainder of the season.


Stormers lineout targeted

The Brumbies plan to expose the Stormers’ shaky lineout in what will be a monumental clash at Newlands on Saturday. JON CARDINELLI reports.


Top 20 schools rankings (5 May)

Paarl Boys' High remain second on the FNB rankings despite their win against Grey College in Bloemfontein, with just three changes to the list.


Flip unavailable for Boks

Vodacom Bulls lock Flip van der Merwe has ruled himself out of Springbok contention.


Smith gets Currie Cup job

Franco Smith has been appointed as head coach of the Free State Cheetahs for their 2015 Currie Cup campaign.


Reinach heads home

Sharks scrumhalf Cobus Reinach will return to South Africa after breaking his hand against the Highlanders.


Stormers’ mental challenge

Allister Coetzee hopes the Springbok training camp doesn’t distract the Stormers ahead of their crucial battle against the Brumbies. JON CARDINELLI reports.


Injuries disrupt first Bok camp

Nineteen of the 44 players at the first Springbok training camp of the year in Johannesburg were unable to take full part in Monday's field session because of injury.


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