Bulls blow it

The Bulls blew a commanding 26-11 lead shortly after the restart to eventually end all square at 26-all against the Chiefs in a Vodacom Super 14 match in a wet Hamilton on Saturday.

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Force throw it away

A woeful Highlanders side briefly awoke from their slumber to score a flattering 25-22 win over the Western Force at Carisbrook on Saturday.

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Torture for Tykes

Andre Snyman has timed his return to South African rugby perfectly, with the Leeds Tykes set to be relegated from the English Premiership.

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McKenzie in tune on foul play

Waratahs coach Ewen McKenzie has condemned the inconsistency of a SANZAR judiciary system that has again not punished punching.

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Tahs on the rise, says Deans

Crusaders coach Robbie Deans admitted the Waratahs were a better team in 2006 than the one his Crusaders beat twice in 2005.

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Wildebeest on course in Vodacom Cup

The Wildebeest entrenched themselves at the top of the Vodacom Cup log with a 49-8 victory over the Border Bulldogs in East London on Friday night. Michael Vlismas reports

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Stormers target set pieces

Stormers coach Kobus van der Merwe has told keo.co.za that his side have to win the contest at scrumtime and in the lineouts if they want to secure a second consecutive win in the Vodacom Super 14 against the Blues.

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Dawson closes the door

England scrumhalf Matt Dawson will retire from rugby at the end of the season, ruling out the chance to be part of England’s World Cup defence in 2007.

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Find touch or die

Naas Olivier has been given strict instructions by the Stormers coaching staff to kick the ball out at all costs against the Blues.

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Krige’s last dance

Corne Krige will come out of retirement to lead a Western Province XV against the World XV at Newlands on 9 June.

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