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Double blow for Cheetahs

The Cheetahs smashed Italian club Benetton Treviso 52-11 in Welkom on Saturday, but suffered injuries to two key players.

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Sharks bullied in main match

Heyneke Meyer’s first-choice Bulls side beat the Sharks 17-3 in the second warm-up match at Sun City, after leading 14-0 at half-time.

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Spies cooks in Sun City heat

A last-minute penalty from flyhalf Scott Spedding gave the Sharks a morale-boosting 13-10 victory against the Bulls in the battle of the second-stringers at Sun City.

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Bok flyhalf arrested

Andre Pretorius was arrested and charged with drunken driving early on Saturday morning.

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Saders sack the Force

The Crusaders wacked the Western Force 36-19 on Saturday, after leading 17-12 at the break.

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Sharks keep it real

Dick Muir is realistic when assessing the Sharks’ chances of success in the Vodacom Super 14 this year.

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Jaco turns to Jake for help

Jake White will fly to Japan with Jaco van der Westhuyzen in two weeks time to hold negotiations with the NEC Green Rockets.

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Chilliboy back for more

Bulls hooker Chilliboy Ralepele is one of many U21 World Cup-winning stars who have been invited back for a second series of testing with the Baby Boks.

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Learning from Lowen

Former Chiefs and All Black centre Keith Lowen has told his Cheetahs team-mates exactly how Kiwi teams approach their matches against South African opposition.

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