The Sharks passed their proverbial acid test in hammering the Jaguares in Durban, and they will now host South Africa’s other top side, the Stormers, in what will be a defining match for the two sides, writes former Bok hooker JAMES DALTON.
The Sharks’ match against the Jaguares will act as an acid test of their capabilities against premier sides in the tournament such as the Crusaders, Chiefs and even Brumbies, writes former Springbok JAMES DALTON.
I’ve never been a Sharks supporter, but they’re the one side this Vodacom Super Rugby season that I’m really starting to like, writes former Springbok hooker JAMES DALTON.
While the Stormers will be happy to have Herschel Jantjies and Jaco Coetzee returning from injury, there should be a greater worry about their recent collective efforts and how this bodes for their clash with the Jaguares this Saturday, writes former Springbok JAMES DALTON.
The Stormers’ ability to execute effectively will ultimately determine if they are able to run up a big win against the Lions at Ellis Park this Saturday, writes former Springbok hooker JAMES DALTON.
Former Springbok JAMES DALTON reflects on the respective outings of the various South African teams in Vodacom Super Rugby this past weekend.
The Stormers will need a collective squad effort if they are to challenge for the 2020 Vodacom Super Rugby title, writes former Bok hooker JAMES DALTON.
The power of the Springbok brand, which Rassie Erasmus and his team have restored, needs to be the centre of attention in the transitory and building phase following the World Cup win and leading up to the British & Irish Lions tour in two years’ time, writes former Bok hooker JAMES DALTON.
A new generation of Springbok rugby has been ushered in and one that I believe will dominate for years to come, writes former Springbok hooker JAMES DALTON.
Rassie Erasmus has said that Saturday’s final will not be won with expansive rugby and lots of tries, and that is true, writes former Springbok JAMES DALTON.