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Cheika confirms Wallaby talks

Australian media are reporting that Waratahs coach Michael Cheika has accepted an ARU's offer to coach the Wallabies.
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Who will the Lions bench?

Golden Lions coach Johan Ackermann is set to name a virtually unchanged team for the Currie Cup Final encounter with Western Province.

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Province optimistic over their Carr

Western Province are still sweating over the fitness of stars Nizaam Carr and Jaco Taute, ahead of their Currie Cup Final.

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Montpellier lose Tuitavake

New Zealand international centre Anthony Tuitavake will be out of action for up to five weeks.

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Treu caught up in doping scandal

BREAKING NEWS: Former South African Sevens coach Paul Treu has been caught up in a doping scandal in Kenya.

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Boks go back to business

The Springboks' preparations for the November Tests got underway in the blistering Stellenbosch heat on Monday.

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Joubert gets the Final

Craig Joubert, arguably the best referee in the world, will take charge of the Currie Cup Final between Western Province and the Golden Lions.

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Team of the week: Simply the best

The Lions and WP have been the best teams throughout the Currie Cup and deservedly go through to the Final thanks to their shining stars.
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Gilchrist leads Scotland again

Head coach Vern Cotter today named Edinburgh lock Grant Gilchrist as captain of a 33-man Scotland squad selected for the November Tests.
 

Pastei en koffie op Nuweland

YSTERS VAN DIE VERLEDE: Dit was die jaar van die rebelle - op en van die veld af. Maar dit was ook 'n jaar van opwindende, liplek-lekker rugby.

Brits blow for Boks

Schalk Brits sustained a knee ligament injury playing for Saracens in their European Champions Cup game at home to Clermont Auvergne.

Pie and coffee at Newlands

BLAST FROM THE PAST: It was the year of the rebels - both on and off the field. But it was also a year of exciting, intriguingly good rugby.

Craven Week at Paul Roos

The 2015 Craven Week will be hosted at the Markötter Fields at Paul Roos Gymnasium as part of the school’s 150-year anniversary celebrations.

Strettle questions Eng wing selection

David Strettle has queried whether England are going about selecting their wings in the right way ahead of squad announcment.

The Karmichael-Cooper show

Karmichael Hunt is looking forward to pairing his exciting brand of ball running with school-mate Quade Cooper's mercurial playing style.
 

Cheika circling the Wallaby job

It has been reported that Michael Cheika is in talks with the ARU with regards to accepting the recently vacated Wallabies' head coaching post.

US Eagles' best for All Blacks

The United States will be able to select leading players based in Britain, France and Japan in their team to play New Zealand.

Carter, Sonny Bill back in Black

NEWS: New Zealand welcomed back superstars Dan Carter and Sonny Bill Williams for next month's Northern Hemisphere tour.