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Whiteley excited about Bok captaincy
New skipper Warren Whiteley was understandably excited about the very big responsibility that comes with this important role. Read full article
Blitzboks proud to deliver trophy to SA
Springbok Sevens coach Neil Powell called it a humbling day, while Blitzbok captain Philip Snyman felt it was one of the proudest days of his life. For Cecil Afrika, it was a dream come true. Read full article
Reynolds top scorer in Rugby Challenge
Golden Lions flyhalf Shaun Reynolds is the leading points scorer in the SuperSport Rugby Challenge halfway the pool stages. Read full article
Strong SA ‘A’ squad named for French Barbarian series
Trevor Nyakane, Ruan Combrinck, Juan de Jongh and Lionel Mapoe will lead the charge for the SA ‘A’ team when they face the French Barbarians in two matches in Durban and Soweto next month. Read full article
Whiteley named Bok captain for 2017
Warren Whiteley has been named the 58th Springbok captain and will get his first opportunity to lead the team when a much-changed squad gets together for the Castle Lager Incoming Series. Read full article
Steenkamp wants Bulls to believe
Vodacom Bulls flanker Ruan Steenkamp he believes his teammates aren’t facing an impossible task when they meet the Hurricanes at Loftus Versfeld in their Vodacom Super Rugby Read full article
Bok squad announcement live
Springbok coach Allister Coetzee will be unveiling his squad today for the Incoming Tour against France from our Randburg offices. Read full article
Ambition allows for short-term pain
Paul Feeney believes there is no space for playing for respectable scorelines if the team is going to realise its ambition of becoming a winning unit that can challenge for the Vodacom Super Rugby title. Read full article
Sharks taking cue from Kiwis
The Sharks are taking a lead from what the New Zealand teams did to the Stormers during their recent overseas tour. Read full article
All Blacks lock in assistant coaches
All Blacks assistant coach Ian Foster re-signed with New Zealand Rugby on Tuesday, boosting his chances of being the next head coach of the world champion All Blacks. Read full article
Duffie escapes further punishment
Blues winger Matt Duffie escaped further punishment on Monday after being sent off in a weekend Super Rugby match. Read full article
Boks to tackle NZ in Cape Town
The Springboks will host New Zealand in Cape Town for the first time since 2008 in the 2017 Rugby Championship, South African Rugby confirmed as they named the Boks' home venues. Read full article
History repeats itself for Welwitschias
The Namibia Welwitschias and the SWD Eagles stand out as the two teams yet to register a win in the SuperSport Rugby Challenge. Read full article
Euro Wrap: Rassie's Munster book a spot in the final.
Munster's director of rugby, Rassie Erasmus, guided his team to the PRO12 Final after they claimed a deserved 23-3 semifinal win over the Ospreys at Thomond Park on Saturday. Read full article
‘Relentless’ Stormers have some hope
With the Vodacom Bulls losing again and now way off the pace in Africa Conference 1, the DHL Stormers can be forgiven if they are already starting to think of the Vodacom Super Rugby play-offs. Read full article
Solomona doubtful for Argentina tour
Denny Solomona is doubtful for England's two-test tour of Argentina in June after sustaining a foot injury, head coach Eddie Jones has said. Read full article
Flyhalf dilemmas for Durban protagonists
Both coaches who will see their teams face off in Saturday’s eagerly awaited VSR derby between the Cell C Sharks and the DHL Stormers at Kings Park have flyhalf issues to contend with in the build-up. Read full article
Stormers give Boks something to ponder
It would be naïve to pretend that the Blues ask the same questions of opposing teams that other New Zealand sides do. Read full article
Vunipola out of Lions tour of NZ
Billy Vunipola dealt the British and Irish Lions a huge blow after it was announced Sunday that the powerhouse England back-row was pulling out of the upcoming tour of New Zealand due to a shoulder injury. Read full article
Sevens gives Scotland first win over NZ
Scotland's sevens side became the first team from the country in more than a hundred years to beat rugby union giants New Zealand, thereby retaining their London Sevens title at Twickenham on Sunday. Read full article
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