Blues bash Force

Flyhalf Luke McAlister was the conductor and centre Rua Tipoki the executor as the Blues demolished the Western Force 39-8 in a Vodacom Super 14 clash in Auckland on Friday.

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Koen: No need for new 10

Stormers kicking coach Louis Koen does not believe the Stormers need to continue their search for an additional flyhalf.

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Wildebeest sink Leopards

The Wildebeest maintained their drive towards Vodacom Cup glory with a comfortable 38-16 victory over the Leopards in Rustenburg on Thursday night. Michael Vlismas reports.

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Kearns’ call

Former Wallaby hooker Phil Kearns has backed the Bulls and Sharks to win their Vodacom Super 14 matches this weekend.

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Stormers must stand up

Nick Mallett wants the Stormers “to show what they are made of” when they play the Chiefs in the Vodacom Super 14 on Saturday.

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Wilko back on bench

World Cup-winning England flyhalf Jonny Wilkinson has been included on the bench for Newcastle for the match against Sale on Sunday.

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Experts slam coaching structure

Former Springbok flyhalves Naas Botha and Joel Stransky have slammed the coaching structure in South Africa for the string of pitiful results recently.

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Fun with Dick and Jake

Sharks coach Dick Muir said that he and Springbok coach Jake White had “kissed and made up” following the national coach’s recent trip to help the Cats that had angered the Sharks mentor.

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Loffie: Possession cost us

Baby Boks coach Eugene Eloff lamented a lack of possession as the chief reason his team was thumped 42-13 by England at the IRB U19 World Championship on Thursday.

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Baby Boks thrashed again

Eugene Eloff’s defending champion Baby Boks bowed out of the IRB U19 World Championship with barely a fight as they succumbed to the bigger, faster and more clinical English team 45-18 on Thursday evening.

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