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Rugby

Exeter go top as Gloucester pay the penalty
Exeter went to the top of the English Premiership table, for a few hours at least, after a 25-22 victory away to south-west rivals Gloucester on Friday. Read full article
Wulf-fired Toulon thrash 14-man Brive
Toulon put their kicking concerns to one side and maximised on a red card to surge to provisional No 1 spot in the Top 14 with a convincing, bonus-point 53-13 victory over Brive on Friday. Read full article
Lions hand Pumas a lesson
The Xerox Golden Lions gave the Steval Pumas a wake-up call to the realities of Absa Currie Cup rugby with a comprehensive 29-15 victory at Ellis Park on Saturday. Read full article
Lights out for Bulldogs as Leopards win
The Absa Currie Cup First Division match between the Border Bulldogs and the Leopards ended in some confusion when the referee stopped the game after 18 minutes of the second half. Read full article
Spencer wary of cross-pool test
Eastern Province Kings coach Carlos Spencer is not making the mistake of thinking it will get any easier when his team begin their cross-pool matches in the Currie Cup Premier Division on Saturday. Read full article
Wallabies claim one hand on Mandela trophy
Australia coach Ewen McKenzie said on Friday the Wallabies have one hand on the Mandela Challenge Plate but face a tough assignment against South Africa in Cape Town later this month. Read full article
Sharks can take a big step
The signs of resurgence that the Cell C Sharks showed in the second half of their match against the Toyota Free State Cheetahs could become more than that if they win. Read full article
Four changes for the Bulls
The Vodacom Blue Bulls have made four changes to the team that beat the EP Kings for their showdown with the Cell C Sharks in the Absa Currie Cup at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday. Read full article
Geduld to make first WP start
Springbok Sevens star Justin Geduld will make his first appearance in the DHL Western Province starting team when GWK Griquas visit the Absa Currie Cup log leaders at Newlands on Saturday. Read full article
Lewies ruled out of Loftus clash
The Cell C Sharks have been struck with a double injury blow on the eve of their departure for Pretoria, where they face the Vodacom Blue Bulls in a crucial Absa Currie Cup match on Saturday. Read full article
Tough start for Stormers and Cheetahs
The DHL Stormers will start off the 2015 Vodacom Super Rugby season the same way they have their last three campaigns – with a tough away derby. Read full article
Losing might be good for All Blacks - Henry
Graham Henry has committed the ultimate sin in rugby-mad New Zealand, suggesting it would not hurt the All Blacks if they lose a game before they defend the Webb Ellis trophy next year in England. Read full article
Cheetahs change two for Kings
Fullback Clayton Blommetjies and winger Raymond Rhule were included in the Toyota Free State Cheetahs starting line up for their Absa Currie Cup encounter against the EP Kings in Port Elizabeth on Saturday. Read full article
Burger replaces injured Louw
Schalk Burger’s experience and attitude will be a welcome addition to the Springbok squad when he joins up with the group next week, but it remains an open question as to how he will be utilized. Read full article
Stegmann suspended for a week
Vodacom Blue Bulls flank Deon Stegmann was suspended for one week on Wednesday for striking a player with his elbow in their Absa Currie Cup Premier Division clash against the EP Kings last Friday. Read full article
Skelton's progress a weighty matter for Aus
When Will Skelton rumbled over France flanker Fulgence Ouedraogo to score a try in a sparkling test debut in June, it looked like the 22-year-old lock was going to be a Wallabies fixture for some time to come. Read full article
Bongi not guilty, Stegmann waits
The Vodacom Blue Bulls breathed a sigh of relief when SARU’s disciplinary committee cleared hooker Bongi Mbonambi of any wrongdoing on Tuesday. Read full article
Carter hopes to be playing in two weeks
Dan Carter hopes to make his return to rugby on September 28 with an eye to working his way back to fitness in time for New Zealand's third Bledisloe Cup clash with Australia, the flyhalf said on Wednesday. Read full article
Mann-Rea the answer to Aus' hooker shortage
Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie included Josh Mann-Rea, rated by some as Australia's ninth best hooker, in his squad for the last two Rugby Championship tests against South Africa and Argentina on Wednesday. Read full article
Louw out of Rugby Championship
Springbok flank Francois Louw has been ruled out of the remainder of the Castle Lager Rugby Championship with a pinched nerve in his neck. Read full article
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