Pienaar backs Muir experiment

Ruan Pienaar came out in strong support of Dick Muir’s decision to completely overhaul the side that had been successful for him this season ahead of the Absa Currie Cup semi-final.

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Knuckles needs a win

Wallaby coach John Connolly hopes to build some winning momentum as well as develop depth in his squad on the November tour of Europe.

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EP could save Spears

Eastern Province’s rugby clubs are fighting for the Spears’ participation in next year’s Vodacom Super 14.

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Bulls victory ends in tragedy

Following the Vodacom Blue Bulls 45-30 win over Vodacom Western Province on Saturday, a woman was killed and her husband sent into a coma when the quad bike they were riding collided with a tree.

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Six top ABs crocked

The New Zealand Cup quarter-finals were marked by injuries to six Test players, with less than a month remaining before the All Blacks tour Europe.

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Songezo to manage Boks

Former SA Rugby Pty Ltd managing director Songezo Nayo is on a short-list of two to be made Springbok manager.

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Steyn poised for national selection

Luke Watson still won’t make the Springbok squad for the Ireland and English tests, but the national selectors will blood several in-form Currie Cup players.

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Otago hammer Harbour

Ranfurly Shield holders North Harbour were dumped out of the Air New Zealand Cup quarter-finals, just a week after being humiliated by Waikato.

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Injuries rock Cheetahs

The Cheetahs’ semi-final victory against the Sharks was marred by injuries to three key players.

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Sharks battered in Bloem

The Vodacom Cheetahs beat the Sharks 30-14 in Bloemfontein on Saturday to ensure a home Absa Currie Cup final against the Bulls.

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