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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Brumbies battered again

The Hurricanes, loaded with All Blacks and playing at home, humbled the Brumbies in a one-sided slaughter.

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Sharks seek Sun City revivial

It may serve as a publicity exercise more than a crucial encounter, but the Sharks know that a surprise victory in at least one of their crank-ups against the Bulls will dissuade the many prophets of doom gathering around Absa Stadium.

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Coming up…

Keo.co.za will be in Wellington and Sun City tomorrow to bring you up-to-the minute scoring and reports on the two big Super 14 crank-ups of the weekend.

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No quick fix for Aussie woe

A detailed report into the Wobblies’ shocking 2005 season has revealed major deficiencies, confounding comments by ousted coach Eddie Groans that the team was “one win away” from getting things right.

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Tonderai hangs tough

Despite pulling the same quad muscle that has kept him sidelined for four months, Tonderai Chavhanga believes the Super 14 will reinforce his Springbok claims.

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Bulls to be bullied upfront?

If the Bulls have a liability, it’s the depth of their forwards. Insanity, you scream? Not according to coach Heyneke Meyer.

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