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Rugby

Sick or not, the show must go on
I am suffering from a serious ailment that my beloved wife refuses to acknowledge as anything more than a case of common 'man flu'. Read full blog
Perspective, a Bok fan's unwanted friend
For all the howls of anger that have come after the Salta great escape by the Boks, perhaps it is time for a bit of perspective. Read full blog
The measure of a man
For all the criticism I levelled against Argentina for their negative play in the Loftus Versfeld test, in stark contrast, they deserve a world of credit for their impressive display in Salta. Read full blog
Finally we get some perspective
Not until we get into the next group of games will we have some perspective and context in which to put the first two rounds of the Rugby Championship. Read full blog
Selection continuity may be Bok problem
I have subscribed to the assumption that the Springboks are benefitted playing the Pumas at the start of the Castle Lager Rugby Championship rather than later in the competition, but maybe it isn’t quite true. Read full blog
The architects of anti-rugby
While the atrocious weather conditions played a significant role in a low-scoring affair at Loftus Versfeld, I believe Argentina underlined their notoriety as the most negative side in world rugby in every single area of play. Read full blog
Damp start to the Rugby Championship
I’m not sure I can remember a game from South Africa in which it rained so heavily. We get a fair bit of that in New Zealand, but Pretoria? Is this global warming in action? Read full blog
The blight that just gets worse
The one good thing about the way the Springboks had to labour to their win over Argentina is that we will all believe Heyneke Meyer about his focus now. Read full blog
The purpose of possession
Ever since English schoolboy William Webb Ellis purportedly picked up the round ball and ran with it, the link between the rugby union and football has been indelibly etched. Read full blog
Let's get ready to rumble
There is little evidence to suggest that success in Super Rugby is a guarantee of fortune in the test arena. Read full blog
Now the Currie Cup benefits all
Perhaps the most pleasing thing about the new 2014 Absa Currie Cup season is that at last everyone appears to be on the same page about what the competition is about and where it should fit into the national picture. Read full blog
Good-to-watch Waratahs worthy winners
Sometimes in sport the team or individual that has looked the best throughout the course of a competition falls with the finish line in sight. Read full blog
Ingredients for Super Rugby success
The Waratahs’ win over the Crusaders in the Super Rugby final at the weekend means that Australia has now edged ahead of South Africa when it comes to winning the Sanzar regional competition. Read full blog
The art of execution
With the reality of an all-Australasian Super Rugby final scheduled for Saturday, I believe now is an appropriate time for the South African rugby fraternity to look inwards. Read full blog
Winning means rising above adversity
Winning a big rugby tournament is usually about the ability of a team to produce its best in the big moments and often about the ability to rise above setbacks and adversity. Read full blog
Time for Sevens to up the ante
Sunday night’s amazing Commonwealth Games win by the South African Sevens team has only served to up the ante with Rio 2016 in mind. Read full blog
A flawed plan
A third-place finish, a semifinal exit and the South African conference title may, to some, be fair reason to argue that the Cell C Sharks’ 2014 Vodacom Super Rugby season was a success, but that is only if you ignore the starting point and the factors that were in the Durban franchise’s favour. Read full blog
It's a Wrap, and a Super one at that
Only one side in a six-team playoff series and the rest of our teams comfortably in the bottom half of the log. That is the sad story of South Africa’s participation in this year’s Super Rugby tournament. Read full blog
A clash of contrasts
Prior to our 1995 World Cup-winning campaign, the late Kitch Christie told us during one particular team meeting that we could either take the high road or the low road to reach the knockout phase. Read full blog
Sharks still have reason to be optimistic
After last week's stats-laden dispatch, I thought I might start this week by lobbing a few more at you that you might take into account before making your weekend picks. Read full blog

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Tony Johnson
Sick or not, the show must go on
I am suffering from a serious ailment that my beloved wife refuses to acknowledge as anything more...

Brenden Nel
Perspective, a Bok fan's unwanted friend
For all the howls of anger that have come after the Salta great escape by the Boks, perhaps it is...

Brendan Venter
The measure of a man
For all the criticism I levelled against Argentina for their negative play in the Loftus Versfeld...

Gavin Rich
Selection continuity may be Bok problem
I have subscribed to the assumption that the Springboks are benefitted playing the Pumas at the...