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Coenie back in Bok frame
Coenie Oosthuizen’s bit in the wilderness is over, with the Springbok prop likely to be a more permanent feature on the bench from now on. Read full article
Bok 13 jersey looks sewn up
Jaque Fourie will return to the Springbok setup and be in contention for the 13 jersey next year, but outside the current Bok squad the chances of another player getting a look-in are increasingly slim. Read full article
Sonny Bill, Carter keys to watch against US
The return of code-hopping centre Sonny Bill Williams and injured flyhalf Dan Carter will be what many rugby pundits will be watching when New Zealand play the United States in Chicago on Saturday. Read full article
Pulver determined to ride out Wallabies storm
Australian Rugby Union chief Bill Pulver has described the text message scandal that plunged the Wallabies into crisis as a "bump in the road" and remains determined to keep his job. Read full article
Beale fined over mid-flight row
Australia back Kurtley Beale has been fined Aus$3,000 over a mid-flight row linked to the resignations of coach Ewen McKenzie and a staff member, officials said on Friday. Read full article
WP take another Bull to the Cape
DHL Western Province have snapped up another Vodacom Blue Bull and added a Steval Pumas prop to their ranks for 2015. Read full article
Bok fringe members may not play
While there has been much excitement about a number of selections in the Springbok touring squad, the truth is a number of them may not get game time in the four-week tour. Read full article
Cheika goes back to the future
Michael Cheika's first team as Australia coach has seen halfbacks Quade Cooper and Will Genia restored for the European tour opener against the invitational Barbarians on Saturday. Read full article
Sonny Bill, Cruden to start for All Blacks
Sonny Bill Williams and humbled flyhalf Aaron Cruden have been named in an experimental-looking New Zealand side to face the United States in their rugby test at Chicago's Soldier Field on Saturday. Read full article
Heyneke wary of Irish
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer has warned his team they will need to be at their best if they are to keep their unbeaten record under his management in the northern hemisphere intact. Read full article
NZ franchises name Super Rugby squads
All Blacks flanker Jerome Kaino has been named the Auckland Blues' third captain in three years as coach John Kirwan searches for ways to spark one of New Zealand's worst-performed Super Rugby franchises. Read full article
England's injury woes continue with Burrell knock
England suffered another injury blow on Tuesday when head coach Stuart Lancaster confirmed centre Luther Burrell is unlikely to be fit for the upcoming test against New Zealand after sustaining a hand injury. Read full article
Lions snatch up four Bulls
The Xerox Golden Lions have snapped up a quartet of Vodacom Blue Bulls players – including two SA under-20 stars and a Springbok Sevens player for the upcoming season as more discontent sets in in Pretoria. Read full article
Beale faces further punishment
Kurtley Beale's return to international rugby faces another potential hurdle this week with the conclusion of a disciplinary probe into his row with a team official on a flight to South America last month. Read full article
Wallabies are not sexists - Phipps
Wallaby scrum-half Nick Phipps has insisted the Australia rugby union squad are not a bunch of sexists following the fall-out caused by Kurtley Beale's offensive text message to a female team official. Read full article
France call up Claassen
South African-born back-row forward Antonie Claassen has been called up to the France three-day training camp ahead of next month's international tests. Read full article
Boks shine in Champions Cup
Bryan Habana scored a great try for Toulon as the defending European champions took control of Pool 3 in the European Champions Cup Read full article
Two from two for Racing Métro
Racing Métro made it two wins from two in the Champions Cup as they beat Treviso 26-10 at Stadio Comunale di Monigo on Sunday. Read full article
Bonus-point win for Clermont
Clermont bounced back from last week's loss at Saracens by beating Sale Sharks 35-3 at Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin on Sunday. Read full article
Leinster edge past Castres
Ian Madigan kicked seven penalties to help Leinster narrowly escape with a 21-16 win at Castres to make it two from two in Europe. Read full article
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