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England to wear red kit in RWC opener
England will don alternative red shirts for the Rugby World Cup opener against Fiji at Twickenham on September 18 after losing a coin toss, organisers announced on Thursday. Read full article
Teams receive Springbok boost
The return of several Springbok training squad members to their provincial teams has added an exciting dimension to the weekend’s round five Absa Currie Cup action, which starts on Friday evening. Read full article
Women's sevens turn attention to qualifier
The Springbok women’s sevens this week turned their attention to the Africa Women’s Olympic qualifier. Read full article
Zebo at fullback again for Ireland
Simon Zebo will get another chance to show his fullback credentials after being named to start in the position in a near-full strength Ireland team to play England at Twickenham on Saturday. Read full article
Scotland recall Maitland, Seymour
Scotland have recalled fullback Sean Maitland and winger Tommy Seymour after injury for Saturday's final World Cup warm-up against France in Paris. Read full article
Kitshoff selected for World Cup cause
John Dobson has explained the selection of Springbok discard Steven Kitshoff in his front row for Saturday’s Absa Currie Cup clash with ORC Griquas by saying that it is for the national clause. Read full article
Warburton back to lead Wales
Sam Warburton is set to make his first appearance of the World Cup warm-up campaign after he was named Thursday to lead the side in Saturday's match against Italy at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium. Read full article
Reinach to start for Sharks
Cobus Reinach has walked straight back into the Cell C Sharks starting team for Saturday’s crucial Absa Currie Cup clash with the Steval Pumas in Durban. Read full article
Dusautoir back in France team
Thierry Dusautoir made his return to the France team after recovering from a knee injury to face Scotland in their final World Cup warm-up game at the Stade de France on Saturday. Read full article
SA on standby for RWC 2019?
South Africa could be asked to be on standby to host the 2019 Rugby World Cup following a series of setbacks to current hosts Japan. Read full article
Reinach only Bok back for Sharks
Cobus Reinach will get a much needed opportunity to get some game time when the Cell C Sharks face the Steval Pumas in a crucial Absa Currie Cup confrontation in Durban on Saturday. Read full article
Bok boost for Bulls
The Vodacom Blue Bulls welcomed back three Springboks to their side to face the Toyota Free State Cheetahs at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday. Read full article
Griffons, Valke, Leopards face tricky challengers
Big battles will be expected in the Absa Currie Cup First Division this weekend following the resumption of the tournament last week, as the scramble for log places begins to intensify. Read full article
Eben injury scare doesn’t worry Boks
Big lock Eben Etzebeth suffered a calf strain at training on in Durban on Monday but Springbok management are confident he will be ready to play in the first World Cup game. Read full article
Flip heads for France
Springbok lock Flip van der Merwe has been released from his contract at the Vodacom Blue Bulls with immediate effect. Read full article
Light at end of Bok injury tunnel
The light at the end of the Springbok injury tunnel just got a lot brighter if reports from the Bok camp are to be believed. Read full article
Coleman has to use his opportunity
Kurt Coleman has been the enigma in the DHL Western Province and Stormers ranks over the past few years, but on Saturday he will get an opportunity to start erasing some of the mystery. Read full article
Bok breakdown needs unified approach
The Springboks’ chances of dominating the collisions at this year’s Rugby World Cup may need a collective effort without the services of a genuine back-up fetcher in the squad. Read full article
Midfield riches for Bulls
Blue Bulls coach Nollis Marais has a welcome headache this week when he makes his selection for Friday night’s Absa Currie Cup game against the Toyota Free State Cheetahs at Loftus Versfeld. Read full article
Ireland include Healy, as Trimble misses out
Ireland included injured prop Cian Healy in their 31-man Rugby World Cup squad on Monday while winger Andrew Trimble missed out. Read full article
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