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Leinster unbeaten, while Cheetahs see red.

The defending champions Leinster, remained the only unbeaten side in the Guinness Pro 14 but failed to become the first side to register a full-house…

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Cheetahs, Leinster and Scarlets maintain perfect start

The Toyota Cheetahs, Leinster and Scarlets all maintained their perfect start to the Guinness Pro 14 rugby competition with victories over Munster, Edinburgh and Zebre…

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History beckons for Siya and the Boks.

The Springboks, under the tutelage of Rassie Erasmus, head into the 2019 IRB Rugby World Cup full of belief that they are one of the…

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WP, Pumas and Boland maintain perfect record.

DHL Western Province, ISG Pumas and the Boland Cavaliers, along with the Xerox Golden Lions and Tafel Lager Griquas maintained their perfect start to the…

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Sharks turn the tables and seal Currie Cup title

The Cell C Sharks overturned an halftime deficit to win the Currie Cup title with a scrappy 17-12 (halftime 0-6) victory over DHL Western Province…

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No home ground advantage for Currie Cup final

The 2018 edition of the Currie Cup culminates with the final on 27 October with old coastal rivals, Western Province and the Sharks, fighting it…

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Valke and Griffons secure semi-final spots

The Hino Valke and the Down Touch Griffons secured semi-final spots in the Currie Cup First Division victories on Friday evening with wins over the…

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Boks need killer instinct against Aussies

The Springboks head into their penultimate Rugby Championship game against Australia on Saturday knowing that nothing less than comfortable victory will ensure that their mammoth…

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EP massacred while Eagles go top

Round six of the Currie Cup First Division saw the EP Elephants concede over 100 points against the Hino Valke while the SWD Eagles downed…

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Pumas keep playoff hopes alive – just.

The iCollege Pumas secured a bonus-point 42-14 (halftime 28-7) victory over the Toyota Free State Cheetahs at the Toyota Stadium in Bloemfontein on Friday to…

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