Bulls make late charge

The Blue Bulls kept alive their hopes of a Vodacom Cup final place with a 45-35 win over Western Province at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday. Micheal Vlismas reports.

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Cheetahs kicking themselves

The Blues edged the Cheetahs 34-33 in a nine-try thriller at the Free State Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The home side led 25-20 at the break.

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Brumbies gallop towards semis

The Brumbies turned up the pressure on the Bulls and Sharks when they smashed the Reds 36-0 in their Vodacom Super 14 match at Canberra Stadium.

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Hore hat-trick sinks Chiefs

Hooker Andrew Hore was the hat-trick hero as the Canes ended the Chiefs Vodacom Super 14 semi-final aspirations in Wellington.

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Cats’ great escape

Wylie Human scored in injury time to earn the Cats a 34-all draw against the Force, but Andre Pretorius could not kick the touchline conversion for the win.

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Pretorius not a Dragon

The rumour that Cats and Springbok flyhalf Andre Pretorius has signed a deal with Newport Gwent Dragons is not true, according to Cats CEO Andy Turner.

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Loftus sold out

If you don’t have a ticket yet for the most anticipated Vodacom Super 14 clash of the season, then don’t bother going.

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Highlanders sunk in Dunedin deluge

Opportunistic tries either side of half-time were enough for the Waratahs to stagger out of a soaked House of Pain with a 20-3 victory over the Highlanders in the Vodacom Super 14.

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Force confident for 1st win

Western Force captain Nathan Sharpe believes the Cats will become the first team to lose to the Force this year when the two bottom-dwellers clash at Ellis Park on Friday night.

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England trio sacked

Head coach Andy Robinson has kept his job following a review of England’s poor Six Nations performance, but three of his assistants have been axed.

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