Bulls to ban DJ Rassie?

Free State have not yet asked the Blue Bulls for permission to allow Rassie Erasmus onto the Loftus roof.

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WP wait on Greeff

Werner Greeff is likely to start for Vodacom Western Province on Saturday, but only if a club rugby judiciary clears him of foul play in his comeback game for Victorians versus UCT.

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Ollie allays injury concerns

Vodacom Cheetahs captain Ollie le Roux is confident that everyone suffering from minor ailments in his team should recover in time for the game in Pretoria.

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Tune targets tour spot

Former Wallaby winger Ben Tune has highlighted his ambition to rejoin the national squad ahead of the World Cup.

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Spears doomed

The Spears will almost certainly not play in next year’s Vodacom Super 14.

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Lomu demands big bucks

Former All Black winger Jonah Lomu wants NZ$500,000 (R2.5 million) to re-sign with the NZRU next season.

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Battered Cheetah Blues

Although the Vodacom Cheetahs prevailed in Bloemfontein on Saturday, the telling battle with the Sharks may have cost them several players.

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Bulls sound battle cry

Vodacom Blue Bulls technical specialist John McFarland believes they are starting to reach their full potential at a crucial stage in the Absa Currie Cup.

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Sharks punt home semi?

Bismarck du Plessis says that the kicking game the Sharks employed against the Vodacom Cheetahs was a predetermined game-plan to nullify the home team’s strength.

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Minnows shock Maties

PE’s Progress Rugby Club recorded the biggest upset in the 32 years of the National Club Champs when they beat defending champions Stellenbosch University 24-21 on Sunday.

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