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Ford confident Bath can 'unlock' Saracens
Bath coach Mike Ford believes his side have the attacking weapons at their disposal to break down Saracens' defence when they welcome the English Premiership leaders to the Recreation Ground on Friday. Read full article
It hinges on the tight five – Hansen
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer has said that the respective loose trios will decide Saturday’s Castle Lager Rugby finale at Ellis Park, but his All Black counterpart Steve Hansen begs to differ. Read full article
Kockott fits Saint-Andre bill
France coach Philippe Saint-Andre has laughed off the idea that Rory Kockott would fail to fit into the French fold after a training camp where Castres' South Africa-born scrum-half made a strong impression. Read full article
WP change five for Cheetahs clash
Dillyn Leyds has been named at fullback for DHL Western Province's Absa Currie Cup meeting with the Free State Cheetahs in Bloemfontein on Saturday (kick-off 2pm). Read full article
Carzis’ four year plan is on track
Springbok conditioning coach Bazil Carzis believes that the conditioning advantage that the All Blacks have enjoyed over his team over the past few years has been whittled down. Read full article
Bok tactical kicking must improve - Meyer
Heyneke Meyer has often been slammed for the amount of kicking his sides do, but a year out from the Rugby World Cup his team’s kicking has regressed to a worrying point. Read full article
Beale dumped for Argentina test
Kurtley Beale has been dumped for the Wallabies' final Rugby Championship match against Argentina after an in-flight row with a member of team management that triggered an internal investigation. Read full article
Retallick absence offers Boks hope
The Springboks, who are continuing to hold thumbs that they will be able to call on the iron presence of Duane Vermeulen, should have felt that the scales were evened out..... Read full article
We need to win big moments - Matfield
The key to the Boks turning around their recent run of defeats against NZ is for them to get right what they got right last week at Newlands and also in the wins over Wales in Nelspruit and Argentina in Salta. Read full article
Sharks beef up for Lions
Veteran Jacques Botes returns to the Cell C Sharks' starting XV for what will be his Kings Park swansong when the defending Absa Currie Cup champions host the Xerox Golden Lions in Durban on Friday. Read full article
Cheetahs change three for Province
Toyota Free State Cheetahs coach Rory Duncan made three changes to his side for their Absa Currie Cup encounter against DHL Western Province at the Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein on Saturday. Read full article
Lancaster signs six-year contract
Stuart Lancaster on Wednesday signed a six-year contract extension that will see him stay on as England coach beyond the Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan. Read full article
Bismarck back for Boks
Springbok No 8 Duane Vermeulen will be given as much time as possible to recover from injury while Bismarck du Plessis will start Saturday’s final round Castle Lager Rugby Championship test Read full article
Bok chances hinge on Duane's fitness
Wednesday’s team announcement will tell the full story of whether or not the Springboks have any chance of breaking their three year drought against the All Blacks. Read full article
Argentina make five changes
Former captain Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe has left Argentina's Rugby Championship squad making way for Rodrigo Baez as one of five changes for Saturday's closing test against Australia. Read full article
‘All Blacks' job may interest me again’
Former Australia coach Robbie Deans has indicated he would like to lead the All Blacks again one day and believes his five years with the Wallabies has only improved him as a coach. Read full article
Schalk relishing All Black challenge
It isn’t a surprise that Schalk Burger has always been a bit obsessed about contests between the Springboks and the All Blacks. Read full article
Kiwis still banking on conditioning edge
The step up that the Boks have made in their conditioning during the nine weeks of the international rugby season will not deter the Kiwis from backing themselves to outlast their opponents in Ellis Park test. Read full article
Both Ellis Park protagonists holding thumbs
There is an extent to which both the Springboks and the All Blacks are holding thumbs on key players as the teams continue their build-up to Saturday’s final Castle Lager Rugby Championship test. Read full article
‘Pollard makes Boks a different animal’
The All Blacks have acknowledged that the arrival of Handre Pollard as the starting flyhalf in the Springbok team has turned their traditional opponents into a different animal. Read full article
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