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SuperWrap: Week 6, 2015
To the casual observer the story of last Saturday’s rugby will have had an all-too-familiar look to it. Read full blog
Hunting the Pearl of the Orient
Hong Kong is the host city for the sixth round of the HSBC Sevens World Series. It is a tournament steeped in history and arguably the flagship event on the world circuit. Read full blog
Old dogs, new tricks
Some may brush it off as an anomaly but I believe the 221 points and 27 tries scored during the final weekend of the Six Nations sent a message to sides in the southern hemisphere. Read full blog
It just never ends
Thirteen cards, including three reds, and 140 penalties spread over just six games. Read full blog
How to remove imperfection from progress
There is general agreement that the referee and match officials on duty at Kings Park last weekend got it right when they brandished red cards that banished three players from the field. Read full blog
Bismarck at the crossroads
Gary Gold is right. Bismarck du Plessis is targeted by opposition teams. Read full blog
Afghanistan’s rugby dreamer
Malmesbury's rugby hero measures his success not in rands and cents but in gap-toothed smiles and high-fives wherever he goes. Read full blog
SuperWrap: Week 5, 2015
It can’t be a good omen in a World Cup year when New Zealand Super Rugby teams come prancing through the land of the Springbok like they own this turf. Read full blog
The virtues of variation
The Stormers v Chiefs clash this past Saturday at Newlands resembled a boxing match, and after 30 minutes the visitors were out on their feet and up against the ropes. Read full blog
Struggling to find a cure for insomnia
I’ve heard it said that a bad game of rugby can be a cure for insomnia. Read full blog
Where Kiwis are still the boss
Watching the Chiefs wear down the Stormers before becoming completely dominant in the second half of their Vodacom Super Rugby clash at the weekend, was like watching a movie I had seen before several times. Read full blog
Despatch change their spots
There was a time, not too long ago, when the mere mention of the name ‘Despatch Rugby Club’ conjured up all the wrong rugby images. Read full blog
SuperWrap: Week 4, 2015
“Super Rugby is a marathon, not a sprint”. If we had a penny for every time we heard those words in the opening month of the competition we’d be on a tropical island somewhere sipping cocktails Read full blog
Why the Stormers are working
Prior to the start of the Super Rugby season, many wrote off the Stormers’ chances owing to a perceived lack of player depth and quality. Read full blog
Tough times on many fronts
There was no shortage of embarrassment at North Harbour's QBE Stadium on Saturday night. Read full blog
The long-life locks
Nico Luus may be one of the oldest players still active in South African rugby but the veteran lock and leader of men seems to grow more determined with each passing season to defy Father Time. Read full blog
SuperWrap: Week 3, 2015
It was a pass so forward that if you had shown it to an American he would have mistaken Bulls fullback Jesse Kriel for a NFL quarterback. Read full blog
The price of player development
Not too long ago the Bulls boasted a very strong playing group which dominated Super Rugby. However, with the exit of a host of big-name stars, the Pretoria-based side decided on a different recruitment model Read full blog
There's nothing like a derby game
The most appealing and worthwhile element of Super Rugby to me, has always been the international flavour. Read full blog
The real problem with referees
Being a referee is tough work. Fans hurling abuse, players and coaches questioning every move you make and very little thanks for a job that has to have one of the highest stress levels in modern sport. Read full blog

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Kyle Brown
Hunting the Pearl of the Orient
Hong Kong is the host city for the sixth round of the HSBC Sevens World Series. It is a tournament...

Brendan Venter
Old dogs, new tricks
Some may brush it off as an anomaly but I believe the 221 points and 27 tries scored during the...

Tony Johnson
It just never ends
Thirteen cards, including three reds, and 140 penalties spread over just six games.

Gavin Rich
How to remove imperfection from progress
There is general agreement that the referee and match officials on duty at Kings Park last weekend...

Brenden Nel
Bismarck at the crossroads
Gary Gold is right. Bismarck du Plessis is targeted by opposition teams.

Super Wrap
SuperWrap: Week 6, 2015
To the casual observer the story of last Saturday’s rugby will have had an all-too-familiar look to...