Beast Mtwarira, Duane Vermeulen and Eben Etzebeth all have a united message on how special the current national setup really is.
The Springbok coach uses history to provide perspective on the Kiwis’ slump just before the World Cup starts.
14-man Blue Bulls launch a heroic rearguard as the Sharks get back on track.
True, this was a team effort. But boy, there were a few overachievers in Salta too!
It’s a first title in a decade for Rassie Erasmus’ charges in a performance that surely counts for a lot going into the World Cup.
Duane Vermeulen once again issues a war cry … and one can bet on he and his teammates backing up those words.

Currie Cup Things to look out for in this weekend’s Currie Cup action

It’s patently undeniable: all that matters is Siya Kolisi’s return to competitive action.

Currie Cup Hacjivah Dayimani: From hare to a hulk

Earlier this year, there was a plan to turn the explosive Lions No 8 into a centre. That thought seems a bit silly currently.

Springboks Muddled plan has damaged Bulls’ star No 9s, says former Bok

Nine months ago, Embrose Papier and Ivan van Zyl looked set for potential World Cup gigs with the Springboks. Now, there’s little chance for that, believes Werner Swanepoel.

Springboks Rassie ‘ignores’ the Springboks’ biggest question

And, to be honest, he’s got a perfectly good reason to do so.

Springboks Beast and the boys force their way into Boks’ ‘A-team’

It says much that the only changes Rassie Erasmus made for the meeting with Argentina is his replacement front row two weeks ago against the All Blacks.

Springboks Rassie can trust my front row, says Bulls scrum guru

Former Bok prop Daan Human is credited with transforming the fortunes of Trevor Nyakane and Lizo Gqoboka in particular.

Springboks Boks’ chance to secure rare Argentinian win

But centre Lukhanyo Am believes the World Cup remains the biggest objective in 2019.

Springboks Springboks will make ‘brave calls’ against Pumas

Forwards guru Matt Proudfoot reiterates that the high-flying national team won’t underestimate the challenge of going to Argentina.

Currie Cup Province confirm Kolisi will make his comeback this week

And that’s very good news for the Springboks too.

Currie Cup XV Currie Cup XV of the week: Puma power, galloping Griquas

The smaller fry once again dominated last weekend’s action … and selections. But don’t forget the unbeaten Lions!

Currie Cup WATCH: All the weekend’s Currie Cup highlights

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Currie Cup Griquas go top again as big guns slump

Brent Janse van Rensburg’s troops show their mettle, but it’s the Lions that remain the only unbeaten side in the tournament.

Kings dumped into chaos again following Divvy drama

The franchise abandons its search for a new head coach as ‘leaks and confusion’ undermined the selection process.

Currie Cup Griquas’ coach is a man with a plan

You can talk to Brent Janse van Rensburg about anything, as long as it’s not about him.


 


 

 


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