Boorish Aussies on short leash

Due to many incidents involving Australian players and alcohol, the Wallabies will face breathalyser tests to ensure they don’t overindulge.

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Brainscan for Bryan

Springbok winger Bryan Habana will undergo tests today to assess whether the knock he took in Rustenburg has resulted in concussion.

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Bernie boosts Pretorius

Stephen Larkham described Andre Pretorius as significant to the Springboks revival and was equally flattering of Jean de Villiers and Wynand Olivier as a midfield combination.

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Boks look for speed injection

Sharks flyers JP Pietersen and Brent Russell will join the Springbok camp this evening as cover for the injured Bryan Habana.

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Wallabies aim to make history

Wallaby coach John Connolly believes it will be a very even contest in the final Vodacom Tri-Nations Test against the Springboks at Ellis Park on Saturday.

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Carpe diem mantra for Sharks

The Sharks have a gilt-edged opportunity to shift into the home semi-final slot with a victory over the Griquas this Friday but Kees Lensing warns there is no room for error.

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Change points to the future

Keo, in his Business Day column, writes that Jake White should make more changes to the side that beat New Zealand.

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Lions chase semis dream

The Lions remarkable revival in the Absa Currie Cup in recent weeks has been mirrored by the steep decline of the Vodacom Blue Bulls.

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Province in pound seats

The Cape Town side moved back to the top of the log with last Friday’s 23-12 win and are well placed to obtain an all-important home semi-final berth.

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