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Preview: Commonwealth Games 7s

New Zealand has dominated Commonwealth Games Sevens, claiming all four Gold medals to date. The question is simple: 'Can anybody end their reign?'

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Carlos wants 'flamboyant' Kings

EP Kings coach Carlos Spencer hopes to imprint his own flamboyant style from his playing days on the side in their return to the Currie Cup competition.

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McKenzie loves his 'X-factor' weapons

It may still be some time off, but Wallaby coach Ewen McKenzie is relishing the day two of Australia's greatest game-breakers can combine.

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Anscombe's Cardiff move confirmed

Cardiff Blues confirmed one of the worst-kept secrets, the Chiefs Super Rugby star Gareth Anscombe will join them on a long-term deal.

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Read looking for spotless display

Kieran Read is well aware of the strangling techniques the Sharks possess and in a game of tight margins he is looking for a disciplined game from his charges.

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Lambie back for Christchurch crunch

Sharks Director of Rugby Jake White opted to start with Patrick Lambie at flyhalf as his team looks to rewrite history.

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White: Scrap the play-offs

Jake White has hit out at the idea of play-offs saying that the semifinal is tilted too much in favour of the home team.

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Brumbies retain winning formula

The Brumbies have named an unchanged team to take on the Waratahs in a Super Rugby semifinal in Sydney on Saturday.

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McCaw back to face Sharks

Crusaders coach Todd Blackadder wasted no time in recalling All Black captain Richie McCaw ahead of their Super Rugby showdown with the Sharks.

Roux: Currie Cup still relevant

REACTION: The Currie Cup has continued to thrive as a top-tier competition and lost little of its lustre in its 123-year history.

Two charged in machete attacks

Two men have been charged over the violent machete attack on three French internationals after a spat outside a bar.

Cipriani wants Sharks to grow

Controversial English flyhalf Danny Cipriani is looking for more big names to make their way to Sale as they continue to grow.

Wallabies to spoil All Black party?

REACTION: Wallaby coach Ewen McKenzie made it clear Australia will not hand New Zealand the world record on a silver platter.

Smith's next step towards Boks

Juan Smith has moved closer to a possible recall for the Springboks after his French club Toulon released him along side Bryan Habana and Bakkies Botha.

Mbonambi's move confirmed

Highly-rated former SA Schools and SA Under-20 hooker Bongi Mbonambi will join the Stormers from the Bulls at the start of the 2015 season.

Warriors sign Cheetahs prop

Glasgow Warriors have signed South African prop Rossouw de Klerk from the Cheetahs, subject to a visa and medical.

Teetotaling Carter good to go

All Black superstar Dan Carter is a key player in the Crusaders' drive to avenge their loss to the Sharks earlier this season.

Currie Cup's facelift complete

The new Currie Cup format, featuring eight teams, will come into play on August 8 - in a fresh start to South Africa's premier domestic competition.