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VIDEO: Thirty-seven and still the fittest

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VIDEO: Thirty-seven and still the fittest

JUNE SPOTLIGHT: Any doubts whether veteran Schalk Brits is still in good enough shape to play international rugby was summarily dismissed this week.

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PREVIEW: New Zealand v France

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PREVIEW: New Zealand v France

THE THIRD TEST: The All Blacks dismissed the idea of spicing up the dead-rubber third Test against France by putting the already won Dave Gallaher Trophy back on the line.

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Preview: Australia v Ireland

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Preview: Australia v Ireland

THE DECIDER: The Six Nations champions Ireland will seek to secure a rare Series win when they face Australia in Saturday's June Test Series decider.

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Argentina: Where it all went wrong

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Argentina: Where it all went wrong

JUNE SPOTLIGHT: Los Pumas coach Daniel Hourcade is on his way out after Saturday's match with Scotland.

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If we have forward ascendency then I'm sure EJ will perform and unlock the backs. If we lose the forward battle or even are on par then the jury is out and that is where the top 10's standout.

What bull are your sprouting...he's been the best SA fullback in S15 this year and has oodles of talent. SA doesn't need your support, please leave if you haven't already!

Thierry LaCroix back heeling a conversion for Natal(Sharks)

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Think fatigue is also playing a role. But their attitude isn't great. Doesn't help

That will be good

Just hope we get a better start tomorrow not the usual early blows and then react stuff...

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Don't let the door hit you on your way out.
Good riddance.
I respect what he's done 8 years ago, but unfortunately, he stayed on 6 years too long. The last 3 years he closed the Bulls' website's comments section, because he wanted to silence the fans. For telling the truth.
Please take your pet, Xander, with you

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This will be a serious challenge for us, but the way we dealt with New Zeeland and England in Paris with a decimated squad was just the right medicine. We can do it, despite Fiji. The difference between the two teams is minimal. Injuries robbed us of a number of our stars, but the character in this team will pull us through. It is an honour to support this team.

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FROM THE SIDELINES

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MOST ACTIVE

RECENT COMMENTS

If we have forward ascendency then I'm sure EJ will perform and unlock the backs. If we lose the forward battle or even are on par then the jury is out and that is where the top 10's standout.

What bull are your sprouting...he's been the best SA fullback in S15 this year and has oodles of talent. SA doesn't need your support, please leave if you haven't already!

Thierry LaCroix back heeling a conversion for Natal(Sharks)

40

Think fatigue is also playing a role. But their attitude isn't great. Doesn't help

95

Don't let the door hit you on your way out.
Good riddance.
I respect what he's done 8 years ago, but unfortunately, he stayed on 6 years too long. The last 3 years he closed the Bulls' website's comments section, because he wanted to silence the fans. For telling the truth.
Please take your pet, Xander, with you

8

This will be a serious challenge for us, but the way we dealt with New Zeeland and England in Paris with a decimated squad was just the right medicine. We can do it, despite Fiji. The difference between the two teams is minimal. Injuries robbed us of a number of our stars, but the character in this team will pull us through. It is an honour to support this team.

2

Scotland is playing a prop at lock. Well, he is either too tall for prop or too short for lock.

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