Jaco jumped the gun

Springbok flyhalf Jaco van der Westhuyzen was getting ahead of himself when he said on Wednesday on keo.co.za that he had already been cleared to play for the Bulls.

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Bok No 9: Gregan’s a legend

Cheetahs scrumhalf Michael Claassens expects George Gregan to be his toughest opponent in the Vodacom Super 14 to date when the Cheetahs meet the Brumbies in Canberra on Saturday.

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Injury blues for Blues

The Stormers bid for a second consecutive win overseas received a shot in the arm with the announcement on Thursday that the Blues will be without two key players on Saturday.

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Feed the messenger

Keo, in his News24 column, writes that the more South African coaches opened up technically, the more the rugby public would be educated.

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Dubai gods smile on baby Boks

Slaughtered by France, the baby Boks got some good news on day one of the IRB World under 19 championships. England and Samoa also lost.

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No answers from Eloff

SA U19 coach Eugene Eloff could not explain his side’s horrific showing in the opener of the U19 World Championships in Dubai.

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Baby Boks butchered

The Baby Boks’ defence of their U19 World Championship crown was not worthy of the name. Outplayed in every facet, they were slaughtered 42-3 by France in Dubai.

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