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Attacking mind-sets prevail as Under-20 Champs start

Defending champions in the SA Rugby u20 Provincial Champs, the Down Touch Griffons, started the season with a bye in the opening round, but 2018’s runners up, the Phakisa Pumas, showed their intent with a strong 38-30 win over the Limpopo Blue Bulls this weekend.

Stick: Wallabies will be tough opponents on Saturday

Saturday's Castle Lager Rugby Championship opener between South Africa and Australia in Johannesburg is shaping up to be a great contest, and previous Tests between the two teams have delivered some memorable encounters.

Most competitive weekend yet in U21 Provincial Championship

Late tries in Bloemfontein, Johannesburg and Pretoria all determined the final outcomes of the SA Rugby Under-21 Provincial Championship matches played this weekend, again highlighting the competitive nature of this year’s competition.

Dyantyi injury setback for Springboks

Springbok wing Aphiwe Dyantyi has returned to the Xerox Golden Lions in Johannesburg where he will undergo rehabilitation for a hamstring injury, the Springbok management has announced on Monday.

Ikey Tigers head to Japan for World University Rugby Cup

UCT Rugby Club is travelling to Japan in September to play in an invitational World University Rugby Cup hosted by Waseda University – a curtain raiser to the Rugby World Cup.

SA Schools squads named for U18 International Series

The SA Schools and SA Schools A squads – featuring four returning players from 2018 – to contest the U18 International Series against their age-group counterparts from Argentina, England, France, Wales in August were announced by SA Rugby on Monday.

Boks pleased with Lood's form

Springbok assistant coach Matt Proudfoot was pleased with the game time and performance of Lood de Jager, who played just over 50 minutes for the Vodacom Blue Bulls in this weekend’s Currie Cup opening round.

Front runners emerge in Currie Cup First Division

The Jaguares XV jumped to the top of the Currie Cup First Division log after securing a second win in as many weeks, while defending champions, SWD, scored their first win with a solid display in George. The Valke and Down Touch Griffons also won their first matches.

RIP James Small (1969-2019) - funeral details confirmed

Former Springbok wing James Small, a member of the 1995 Rugby World Cup winning squad, has died suddenly from a heart attack at the age of 50 on Wednesday.

DHL WP pack lay victory foundation in Cape Town

The DHL Western Province pack delivered a massive scrumming performance that crushed the Vodacom Blue Bulls’ chances in a hard-fought Currie Cup encounter, won 20-5 by the Capetonians at DHL Newlands on Saturday.

Four-try Tambwe steers Xerox Golden Lions to close win

The Xerox Golden Lions’ speedy wing Madosh Tambwe scored four tries as the Gautengers got their Currie Cup campaign off to a winning start over the Phakisa Pumas in Johannesburg on Saturday, but the home team had to dig deep for the 38-37 victory.

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Attacking mind-sets prevail as Under-20 Champs start

Defending champions in the SA Rugby u20 Provincial Champs, the Down Touch Griffons, started the season with a bye in the opening round, but 2018’s runners up, the Phakisa Pumas, showed their intent with a strong 38-30 win over the Limpopo Blue Bulls this weekend.

Stick: Wallabies will be tough opponents on Saturday

Saturday's Castle Lager Rugby Championship opener between South Africa and Australia in Johannesburg is shaping up to be a great contest, and previous Tests between the two teams have delivered some memorable encounters.

Most competitive weekend yet in U21 Provincial Championship

Late tries in Bloemfontein, Johannesburg and Pretoria all determined the final outcomes of the SA Rugby Under-21 Provincial Championship matches played this weekend, again highlighting the competitive nature of this year’s competition.

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Dyantyi injury setback for Springboks

Springbok wing Aphiwe Dyantyi has returned to the Xerox Golden Lions in Johannesburg where he will undergo rehabilitation for a hamstring injury, the Springbok management has announced on Monday.