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Interactive rugby: Sat, 15 February



Welcome to our interactive coverage of today's Vodacom Super Rugby opening round, featuring matches between the Toyota Cheetahs and Lions as well as the Cell C Sharks and Vodacom Bulls.

In Bloemfontein it was Marnitz Boshoff who stole the show with a last-minute drop goal as the Lions upset the Cheetahs 22-21. In our second match the Sharks pounced on every Bulls mistake to score a bonus-point 31-16 win in Durban.

Here is how it happened:

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