Currie Cup

Currie Cup rugby

Falcons continue to soar

The Falcons have been the surprise package after three rounds of the Vodacom Cup while the established unions have struggled. Michael Vlismas reports.

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Super 14 glory is crucial

Bok legend Naas Botha, writing for SA Rugby magazine, believes if a South African team does not win the Super 14 in the next two years, World Cup success is unlikely to follow.

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No wild predictions

WP director of rugby Nick Mallett is urging Stormers fans to have realistic expectations going into the Super 14. He spoke to SA Rugby magazine’s Simon Borchardt about the 2006 campaign.

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Champs vs whipping boys

The South Eastern Cape face a brutal introduction to Absa Currie Cup rugby when they face the champion Cheetahs in the opening fixture of next year’s campaign.

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Black Attack

All Black captain Tana Umaga led his team to a 3-0 whitewash of the Lions and victory in the Tri-nations. Now he’s out to claim the All Black’s first grand slam since 1978. Words by Marc Hinton

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Faded memories

Forty years ago Tiny Naude kicked South Africa to a famous victory over the All Blacks in New Zealand. Duane Heath writes that today the 68-year old Springbok can’t even remember his own name.

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Unbreakable

In the last issue of SA Rugby magazine, Richie McCaw talks about beating the British and Irish Lions and his plans to nail the Boks. Marc Hinton reports.

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Battering ram

In the last issue of SA Rugby magazine Jerry Collins reflects on his British and Irish Lions performance and how its secured his place in the All black team. Matt Mcilraith reports.

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Wizard of Oz

Chris Latham has been in and out of the Wallaby Test team more times than he cares to remember, writes Greg Growden. In the July issue of SA Rugby magazine, Latham tells how got through the bad patches and how he plans to make the Australian No 15 jersey his own

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Magnificent Monty

In the last issue of SA Rugby magazine, Percy Montgomery told Keo why he’s come back to South Africa and how his game has evolved since he left for Wales three years ago. Words: Mark Keohane

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