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JC a major coup for Stormers
The DHL Stormers have pulled off a major coup with the signing of French based loosehead prop JC Janse van Rensburg ahead of the 2016 Vodacom Super Rugby season. Read full article
Hurricanes sign Black as Barrett cover
The Hurricanes have moved to cover for the likely loss of flyhalf Beauden Barrett for part of next year's Super Rugby season by signing under-20 World Cup winner Otere Black to a two-year contract. Read full article
Final confirmed what Boks need most
A pulsating and high quality Vodacom Super Rugby final brought a shock result and some important pointers to the southern hemisphere squads. Read full article
Title frustration continues for Hurricanes
The deep, long, frustrated sigh from Chris Boyd was more than enough to summarise exactly how an entire city felt after the Hurricanes were beaten by the Highlanders in the Super Rugby final on Saturday. Read full article
Underdog Highlanders make history
The Highlanders made history by winning their first ever Vodacom Super Rugby title as they edged out the Hurricanes at Wellington’s Westpac Stadium on Saturday. Read full article
Savea out of Super Rugby final
Wellington Hurricanes loose forward Ardie Savea has been ruled out of the Super Rugby final against the Otago Highlanders after failing to recover from a knee injury and has been replaced by Callum Gibbins. Read full article
Welcome to our interactive coverage of today's Vodacom Super Rugby final. Read full article
It all points towards Hurricanes
First there were 15, then there were six, then it was whittled down to four and then two, but on Saturday evening there will be one team that will be the focus of Vodacom Super Rugby attention. Read full article
Sharks sign Reds lock
The Cell C Sharks have continued their drive to sign up new players by obtaining the services of Reds lock David McDuling until the end of 2016. Read full article
One eye better than none for Manu
New Zealanders often joke about their South Island brethren, being one-eyed when it comes to their rugby and Nasi Manu will give a graphic illustration of the old gag in the Super Rugby final. Read full article
Hurricanes concentrate on basics to end drought
The Wellington Hurricanes will adhere to their clinically efficient game plan and not allow any emotional barrier, as they seek to end 20 years of frustration on Saturday. Read full article
Savea bracketed for Super Rugby final
Ardie Savea will be given every opportunity to prove his fitness ahead of the Super Rugby final after being bracketed in the starting line-up by Wellington Hurricanes coach Chris Boyd on Thursday. Read full article
'No ticket dramas' for queuing fans
Super Rugby fever hit New Zealand's capital on Wednesday with hundreds of fans camping out overnight for 2 000 tickets for Saturday's final between the Hurricanes and Highlanders. Read full article
Speight ban appeal dismissed
The Brumbies' appeal against Henry Speight's five-week ban for a dangerous lifting tackle was dismissed on Wednesday, with the winger set to miss the start of the Rugby Championship. Read full article
Ludeke has no regrets
Frans Ludeke has “no regrets” as he moves onto his next rugby challenge and believe he left the Bulls a better person since he joined them in 2008. Read full article
Peyper to ref Super Rugby final
South Africa's Jaco Peyper has been chosen as the referee for Saturday's Super Rugby final between the Hurricanes and Highlanders in Wellington. Read full article
Sias released by Western Force
The Western Force has released flyhalf Sias Ebersohn from his contract, allowing him to return to South Africa. Read full article
Kiwis confirm the chasm
New Zealand has the opportunity to do what South Africa did in 2007 by enabling Vodacom Super Rugby domination to create the momentum for World Cup success. Read full article
Smith looks ahead to final six days as a Hurricane
Conrad Smith has six days of his Wellington Hurricanes career remaining and the 33-year-old centre hopes to go out on the ultimate high. Read full article
'Hurricanes were too good, can win title'
The Wellington Hurricanes have the game plan and personnel to win their first Super Rugby title next week, according to the ACT Brumbies. Read full article
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