Province take pride in progress

Vodacom Western Province lost their third consecutive semi-final over the weekend, but this shouldn’t mark their season as a failure.

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Caucau claims top French award

Agen winger Rupeni Caucaunibuca has been named as France’s Rugby Player of the Year after scoring the most tries in the Top 14 for the second consecutive year.

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Feet fail Cordingley

A foot injury has ruled Reds scrumhalf Sam Cordingley out of the Wallabies tour of Europe.

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Tough times for gambling men

The climax to one of the most fiercely-contested Absa Currie Cups in history is just around the corner, and yet there are few who can pick an outright winner with any certainty.

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Pote lights Rassie’s fire

Pote Human left no question regarding his ill-feeling of Rassie Erasmus’ use of lights and coloured boards to relay messages to his team from the roof of Vodacom Park.

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Bulls must jump for glory

Victor Matfield believes the Vodacom Bulls have to dominate the lineouts against the Vodacom Cheetahs in order to stand a chance of victory.

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Rested Boks beat burnout

A fixture against the World XV has officially been lumped onto the Springboks’ end-of-year tour campaign.

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De Waal still in doubt

Willem de Waal did not train with the Vodacom Cheetahs on Tuesday morning in Bloemfontein, and may miss this weekend’s Absa Currie Cup final due to a groin injury.

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Luke cheers the Cheetahs

Vodacom Western Province captain Luke Watson feels that the Cheetahs will win Saturday’s Currie Cup final.

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Bulls injury blues eased

Five injured Vodacom Bulls players are set to be fit for the Absa Currie Cup final against the Vodacom Cheetahs.

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