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Sharks dream big

The rest of the country may be writing them off, but the Sharks are backing themselves to turn things around in the Vodacom Super 14.

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Who is Hoskins?

Oregan Hoskins, the man opposing Brian van Rooyen for the Saru presidency, launched his campaign through the media this week.

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Rees lightning

Comparisons have inevitably been made with Trevor Halstead, but Sharks centre Grant Rees believes he has more to offer than the former Bok.

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Good news for Bully Boys

Bulls hooker Gary Botha will only miss a third of the Vodacom Super 14 after hurting his knee against the Sharks at Sun City.

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Brian the Lion’s still roaring

Brian van Rooyen wants the investigation into his presidency to continue. Walking away from a potential second term in exchange for the case against him to be dropped would be an admission of guilt, he told Keo.co.za

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Stormers Spear-tackled

The Stormers will get “blown away” in the Super 14, according to Peter de Villiers, the coach on the receiving end of a 73-5 caning from the Cape side on Saturday.

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Brian hits Bacher for six

Saru president Brian van Rooyen has told former SA Cricket boss Ali Bacher not to speak on his behalf in the lead-up to the elections on 23 February.

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The job nobody wants

John Connolly will fulfill a lifetime ambition when he is named as Wallaby coach next week.

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