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Greeff soars again

Werner Greeff, rested and fit for the first time in two seasons, was back to his brilliant best at Ellis Park on Saturday.

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Jake shows his presidential hand

South African Rugby Union vice president Mike Stofile has condemned Jake White’s support for Brian van Rooyen as the national governing body’s president.

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Rassie hails Hougaard

Cheetahs coach Rassie Erasmus described Bulls flyhalf Derick Hougaard’s performance as brilliant in the visiting team’s Vodacom Super 14 success in Bloemfontein.

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Power to the oldies

Percy Montgomery and AJ Venter powered the Sharks to victory in round one of the Vodacom Super 14 as the old brigade stood tallest.

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Meyer breaks his losing duck

Bulls coach Heyneke Meyer has won a first round match in the Southern Hemisphere’s most demanding competition for the first time in four attempts.

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Record crowds toast Super 14

The players may still be cursing a second week in February start to the Vodacom Super 14, but the paying supporter in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa showed that no game of rugby union can come sooner, with record crowds recorded.

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Injury jinx strikes Aussies

One week into the Vodacom Super 14 and the Australian teams are already feeling the heat when it comes to injuries.

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De Marigny dumps Bristol

Italian international and former Sharks flyhalf Roland de Marigny kicked 16 points to ensure Leeds a much needed win in the Premiership.

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Keil helps tame Tigers

Former Sharks centre Rudi Keil got a start for Gloucester in a night that will rank as one of his career highlights.

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Province pounded

Western Province’s nightmare in the Vodacom Cup continues. It may be a new season, but the results remain as pitiful.

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