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Rugby | Vodacom Super Rugby

Japan to get 18th Super Rugby team in 2016
Japan has beaten out Singapore as the preferred host for the 18th team in the expanded Super Rugby competition, governing body Sanzar said on Friday. Read full article
Singapore concedes Japan will get Super franchise
Singapore has effectively conceded it has lost out to Japan to become the 18th Super Rugby side. Read full article
Bulls duo go under the knife
The Vodacom Bulls are likely to lose the services of hooker Callie Visagie for the first few weeks of the 2015 season as he is set to undergo shoulder surgery Tuesday in Pretoria. Read full article
Japan would host Super Rugby matches
Japan appear to have moved ahead in the race to become the 18th Super Rugby side by offering to host matches at the home of rivals bidders Singapore. Read full article
Jake ends relationship with Sharks
After just a season with the Cell C Sharks, director of rugby Jake White will step down from his role. 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
Reds sign O'Connor, Hunt
Troubled international James O'Connor and code-hopping star Karmichael Hunt have signed for Queensland Reds, the team said Friday. Read full article
Moore named captain of ACT Brumbies
Wallabies hooker Stephen Moore has been named captain of the ACT Brumbies, despite the likelihood of missing part of next year's Super Rugby season as he recovers from a serious knee injury. Read full article
Nadolo agrees to stay with Crusaders
Nemani Nadolo, the joint highest try-scorer in Super Rugby last season, has signed a deal that will keep him at the Canterbury Crusaders for another two years, the seven-time champions said on Friday. Read full article
Exciting end to a flat season
Those who travelled to Durban to support the Bulls where Bryan Habana stole it from the Sharks would disagree, but the 19th Super Rugby final surely stands out as the best the competition has seen. Read full article
Rugby gods bless champion Waratahs
The prayers of the Waratahs were answered at the weekend as they credited the rugby gods for delivering their first Super Rugby crown after a tense final against the Canterbury Crusaders. Read full article
Close but no cigar for Crusaders
The Canterbury Crusaders deserve some credit for keeping their quest for an eighth Super Rugby title alive until the final minute of the season, according to coach Todd Blackadder. Read full article
Third time lucky for Waratahs
Bernard Foley kicked a penalty a minute from time to give the Waratahs their first Super Rugby title with a 33-32 victory over the seven-time champion Crusaders in a thrilling final on Saturday. Read full article
Interactive rugby: Sat, 2 August
Welcome to our interactive coverage of today's Vodacom Super Rugby final. Read full article
Waratahs wary of Crusaders back row
The Waratahs will not be able to unleash their trademark running game if they allow the Crusaders to dominate them at breakdown in Saturday's Super Rugby final, skipper Michael Hooper said on Friday. Read full article
Crusaders can force another Waratahs choke
Not even disappointed Cell C Sharks fans would disagree that Saturday’s Vodacom Super Rugby decider at Sydney’s Olympic stadium between the Waratahs against the Crusaders is the dream final. Read full article
Form meets pedigree in Super Rugby final
Form collides head on with pedigree when the Waratahs bid for a first Super Rugby title against the seven-time champion Canterbury Crusaders in a blockbuster final at Sydney's Olympic Stadium on Saturday. Read full article
Carter gets back to work
Six months travelling the globe on an A-listers sabbatical have come to an end and on Saturday, Dan Carter will be back doing what he loves best, playing rugby for silverware with the Canterbury Crusaders. Read full article
Crusaders squad unchanged for final
The seven-time champions Crusaders have matched the New South Wales Waratahs by naming an unchanged line-up for Saturday's Super Rugby final in Sydney. Read full article
Waratahs wary of returning winger Nadolo
Nemani Nadolo's thick Australian accent is just one tell-tale sign the New South Wales Waratahs' decision to let the rampaging winger slip through their fingers could come back to haunt them on Saturday. Read full article
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