11.6.2019 11:55 am
The end of the current Super Rugby campaign leaves the local franchises’ stock in the position in a parlous state.
When the Lions announced on Monday that Stephan Lewies won't be ready for this weekend's Super Rugby derby against the Bulls at Loftus, it felt like a symbolic straw breaking the camel's back.
Forwards guru Phillip Lemmer warns his Lions to watch out for a controversial Hurricanes tactic.
The Springbok flyhalf’s return is mildly controversial with the World Cup in mind.
This no-frills Bulls rugger rugger isn’t going reclaim his beloved national jersey by keeping things simple…
The two Gauteng franchises flex their muscles as Curwin Bosch continues to impress at No 10.
The influential flyhalf was suspended for a week following a breach of team protocol.
Now Eben Etzebeth also seems set for a stint on the sidelines.
They’re firmly back in the playoff mix, but that can quickly change this week against the formidable Hurricanes.
Free-flowing, attacking rugby is the order of the day at Ellis Park as the Stormers rue a litany of turnovers.
The Durbanites make all the play, but their discipline lets them down badly.
The hype is very much justified, believes Sharks coach Robert du Preez.
Pote Human’s troops deliver enough moments of inspiration to hold off a Blues side that probably should’ve won.
The influential flyhalf has been punished for ‘breaching team protocol’ as the team’s difficult year continues.