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Daylight robbery in Dublin

An appalling display from English referee Dave Pearson let Ireland off the hook against Italy in Dublin on Saturday.

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Crusaders torment Tahs

Only two points separated the teams at the end, but don’t be fooled by a Waratahs second half comeback in going down 32-30 to the five-time Super 12 champion Crusaders outfit.

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Golden try sinks Boks

Fiji beat South Africa 27-22 after extra time to capture their second successive IRB Sevens title in Wellington on Saturday.

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Boks scrape through

The Boks lost 7-0 to Argentina in the Wellington Sevens but still progressed to the quarter-finals.

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Six of the best

Wales begin the defence of their Six Nations title with a mouth-watering fixture at the stadium formerly known as Fortress Twickenham.

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Good Greeff

Stormers fans may be spared the sight of Gus Theron running out in jersey 13 against the Cats next Saturday. Innovative thinking by the Stormers coaching staff could see a reworked backline, with Werner Greeff slotting alongside Jean de Villiers in the midfield.

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Wikus wired to stay a Bok

Wikus van Heerden may have been relegated to the status of tourist on the Boks’ end-of-year tour, but the experience has motivated him more than ever before.

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Gurthro’s a goner

Bulls prop Gurthro Steenkamp has been ruled out of the Super 14 and probably the rest of the 2006 season.

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Snyman crucial to Cats chances

Andre Pretorius’ court date on March 8 means that Tiaan Snyman will be the Cats’ first choice 10 for at least the first five weeks of the competition.

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