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Currie Cup teams (Final)

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


Matfield demands lift in standards

Victor Matfield says the Springboks will need to improve at the set pieces if they’re to beat Ireland in two weeks' time. JON CARDINELLI reports.


Lions need Kriel to cook

Jaco Kriel and the Golden Lions forwards will push WP to the brink in the Currie Cup final at Newlands this Saturday, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Taute returns for decider

Jaco Taute has recovered from injury and will start at inside centre for Western Province in the Currie Cup final at Newlands. 


Kriel fit, Lions change one

Golden Lions flank Jaco Kriel has been passed fit and will start the Currie Cup final against Western Province at Newlands.


Former Bok captain, selector passes on

Former Springbok hooker Abie Malan passed away on Thursday from complications following knee surgery. 


Gold to coach Sharks

Gary Gold is set to replace Jake White as the Sharks director of rugby.


Singapore admits defeat

A press release from the Asia Pacific Dragons suggests that Japan will be awarded the 18th Super Rugby franchise.


Folau takes top honours

Waratahs fullback Israel Folau has claimed the John Eales Medal after being named Australian Player of the Year.


Back Province to take title

Where you should put your money on the Currie Cup final this weekend, according to MARK KEOHANE.


Province or Lions?

Before you make your SuperBru picks for this weekend's Currie Cup final, take a look at the SA Rugby magazine team's predictions.


Turnover possession key for WP

Former Bok prop Cobus Visagie says Western Province will need to make full use of turnover ball if they're to triumph at Newlands. BRENTON CHELIN reports.


‘Scrum battle could be decisive’

Former Springbok coach Nick Mallett believes that the Golden Lions' dominant pack will prove the difference between the teams in Saturday's Currie Cup final.


Boks brace for Twickenham battle

Duane Vermeulen and Billy Vunipola are on the cover of the new issue of SA Rugby magazine, on sale today.


Treu calls for transparency

Kenya Sevens coach Paul Treu has slammed a government task force report that claims banned substances were found in supplements given to his players.


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