Sharks give two-fingered salute

Sharks CEO Brian van Zyl has refused to release four of their players for a two-month Bok camp starting in Johannesburg on Monday.

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Human on dropping Dries

Vodacom Blue Bulls coach Pote Human said the decision to drop Dries Scholtz for their decisive game against the Sharks was one of the toughest he has made all season.

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ARU press Tuqiri to stay

The Waratahs and the Wallabies won’t let winger Lote Tuqiri go as quietly as team-mate Mat Rogers, who will resume his relationship with rugby league after the World Cup.

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Province pursue Paulse

Vodacom Western Province are looking to secure the services of Springbok winger Breyton Paulse for the 2007 season.

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Ruan’s rusty

Sharks scrumhalf Ruan Pienaar admitted that his lack of game time in the last three weeks has left him feeling sluggish.

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Cheetahs have right attitude

The Vodacom Cheetahs play probable wooden spoonists, the Pumas this Friday, and without taking the game for granted Rassie Erasmus has decided to give the remainder of his extended squad game time.

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Saracens reel in De Kock

After a season on the sidelines, Vodacom Western Province scrumhalf Neil de Kock has finally been released to further his career with English club Saracens.

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