Bosman’s back

Springbok flyhalf Meyer Bosman has returned to the Cheetahs starting XV for Friday’s Vodacom Super 14 match against the Brumbies in Canberra.

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Caucau to burn Boks

Fijian flyer Rupeni Caucaunibuca is the latest big name to be linked with the World XV to take on the Boks at Ellis Park in July.

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Mallett douses Welsh flames

Nick Mallett has ruled himself out of the Wales national coaching job, after being told he was was of five overseas candidates to replace Mike Ruddock.

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It’s up to the Cats!

South Africa’s Vodacom Super 14 challenge has come down to the Cats in week 9. Yes, the circus show in Johannesburg will be the only SA winner on a weekend that sees the Sharks taking time off.

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Naas commits to Cape Town

Naas Olivier has told keo.co.za that he will wear the blue and white of Western Province from 2007, and is urgently seeking a release from his Leopards contract so that he can continue with the Cape side in the Currie Cup this year.

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Bands is buggered

Bully Boy prop Richard Bands will undergo surgery on Friday to correct a troublesome knee.

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Pretorius gives Cats claws

Andre Pretorius will start for the Cats against the Reds in the Vodacom Super 14, the most welcome news Frans Ludeke has received since hearing that relegation has been scrapped.

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Fight for the finals

The Vodacom Cup reaches a critical point this weekend for those teams on the fringes of qualifying for the final, with defeat almost sure to signal the end of their trophy ambitions. Michael Vlismas reports.

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Must-win for Bulls

Bulls assistant coach Mike Bayly has admitted the Bulls game against the Chiefs on Saturday is a must-win if the Pretoria side hope to make it to the Vodacom Super 14 semi-finals.

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