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Rugby

Reality bites for outplayed Kings
The magnitude of the task that awaits them was drummed home in quite chilling fashion for the Southern Kings as they were outplayed 43-17 by the Zebre, in their Guinness PRO14 fourth-round fixture. Read full article
Leopards edge Bulldogs in thriller
The high-flying Leopards had to fight tooth and nail to snatch an exciting 36-32 victory over the Border Bulldogs in their Currie Cup First Division clash at the BCM Stadium in East London on Saturday evening. Read full article
14-man SWD hang on in Windhoek
The SWD Eagles clung on for a 36-32 win (halftime 17- 8) over the Welwitschias in their Currie Cup First Division encounter at the Hage Geingob Stadium in Windhoek on Saturday. Read full article
Province thump Griquas
Werner Kok scored a brace of tries and gave away a possible third as DHL Western Province scored eight tries in thumping the Tafel Lager Griquas 55-27at DHL Newlands in Cape Town on Saturday evening. Read full article
Potgieter's boot gifts Valke narrow win
Hino Valke defeated the Boland Cavaliers 35-31 in a tough Currie Cup First Division tussle at Bosman Stadium in Brakpan on Saturday. Read full article
Griffons hammer EP Kings
The Down Touch Griffons maintained their unbeaten run by thumping Eastern Province Kings 71-39 in their Currie Cup First Division rugby match at HT Pelatona Projects Stadium in Welkom on Saturday. Read full article
Sharks overcome brave Bulls
Flyhalf Curwin Bosch had a superb tactical match in teeming rain as the Cell C Sharks overcame a brave Vodacom Blue Bulls 18-5 in their Currie Cup match at Growthpoint Kings Park in Durban on Saturday. Read full article
Bonus point win for Cheetahs
Cheetahs scored a bonus point win to keep their unbeaten home record in this year’s Guinness Pro14 and defeat Irish side Leinster 38-19 in comprehensive fashion at the Toyota Stadium on Friday night. Read full article
Cheetahs secure second spot with Pumas win
The Toyota Free State Cheetahs grabbed a late bonus point 33-32 win (halftime 12-15) over the Steval Pumas in their Currie Cup encounter at the Toyota Stadium in Bloemfontein on Friday. Read full article
Lions boss backs coaches after O'Brien criticism
England and Irish Lions chief executive John Feehan has defended the team's coaching staff after Ireland flanker Sean O'Brien criticised them for over-training the squad during the drawn three-test series. Read full article
Different angles to Currie Cup debate
They say that a week is a long time in rugby and this one building up to a bye weekend for the Springboks and a Currie Cup round that has suddenly become more relevant to the national cause. Read full article
Cheika keeps faith in squad for tour
Michael Cheika has kept the faith in the squad that produced a comfortable win over the Pumas, making only one change for the Wallabies' tour of South Africa and Argentina. Read full article
WP call up national players
Western Province coach John Dobson has called up three members of the current Springbok squad for Saturday’s Currie Cup clash with Griquas at Newlands. Read full article
High-powered support for SA 2023 bid
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will lead a high-level delegation to London for the presentation to the World Rugby Council as South Africa bid to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup. Read full article
Sharks select their Boks
The Vodacom Blue Bulls have said they won’t be selecting their Springboks for Saturday’s Currie Cup clash in Durban but their opponents, the Cell C Sharks, have taken the opposite approach. Read full article
Exodus of SA Players slows
The 2017 Player Exodus may not yet be completed but already it looks as if fewer players will be heading abroad this year than last. Read full article
Bulls, Stormers hit road early
The Vodacom Bulls and DHL Stormers will be hitting the road early when the new revamped Vodacom Super Rugby competition swings into action from the middle of next February. Read full article
SA stars shine for Montpellier
Frans Steyn, Ruan Pienaar and former South Africa under-20 lock Paul Willemse shone for Montpellier as they consolidated their position at the top of the Top 14 table with a 43-20 win over Toulon... Read full article
Three new faces in Bok squad
Francois Louw and the uncapped Sharks duo of S’busiso Nkosi and Louis Schreuder were included in the Springbok squad for the two remaining home matches of the 2017 Castle Lager Rugby Championship. Read full article
All Blacks well out in front
Today, September 20, in two years’ time rugby’s showpiece tournament – the Rugby World Cup – will kick off in Tokyo, Japan as 20 nations will gather in search of the sport’s holy grail. Read full article
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