Super Rugby teams (Round 14)

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

A family affair

Robert du Preez’s three sons are all making their mark on Super Rugby, writes JON CARDINELLI.

Kings edge 12-man Jaguares

The Kings fired late to claim a 29-22 bonus-point win against a 12-man Jaguares side in Port Elizabeth on Friday. JON CARDINELLI reports.

Bumbling Kings nearly blew it

Poor handling and discipline nearly cost the Kings a victory over the Jaguares, according to's Opta-powered stats.

Pukke keep Varsity Cup crown

Pukke have been found not guilty of fielding an ineligible player in this year's Varsity Cup.

Boland thump Eagles

The Boland Cavaliers beat the SWD Eagles 32-16 in Wellington on Friday, while there were also wins for the Pumas and Border in round eight of the Currie Cup qualifiers.

Highlights: Waratahs vs Chiefs (2016)

The hosts scored six tries in their 45-25 win in Sydney.

Folau fires Tahs to victory

Israel Folau inspired the Waratahs to an impressive 45-25 win over the Chiefs in Sydney on Friday. CRAIG LEWIS reports.

Clinical Tahs too good for Chiefs

The Waratahs produced a near faultless, all-round effort to thrash the Chiefs in Sydney, according to's Opta-powered stats.

Highlights: Hurricanes vs Highlanders (2016)

The hosts scored a last-minute try to snatch a 27-20 win in Wellington.

Lima Sopoaga’s reverse kick

The Highlanders flyhalf almost created a try for his side with this bit of magic.

Canes clinch last-gasp win

Ardie Savea scored an 80th-minute try as the Hurricanes snatched a 27-20 win over the Highlanders in Wellington on Friday. CRAIG LEWIS reports.

Canes handled conditions best

The Hurricanes' astute tactical adjustments enabled them to secure a deserved 27-20 win over the Highlanders on Friday, according to's Opta-powered stats.

Scotland call up Stormers centre

Huw Jones has been included in Scotland's 27-man squad for their June Test series against Japan.

Bet on Stormers to beat Cheetahs

THE MONEY MAN is putting R1,000 on the Stormers to win by 13 or more points at Newlands.

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