Rugby Championship

  • Kabamba picks himself off the Floor

    Exciting Cheetahs flanker Kabamba Floors, a late inclusion in the Springbok Tri-Nations squad, is looking to use South Africa's tour of Australasia as a springboard...

  • McCaw now a Wallaby ‘target’

    The All Blacks, who are concerned that their key players are being "targeted" by the opposition, will have plenty to "complain" about after their Tri-Nations/Bledisloe...

  • SARU winning the battle, but losing the war

    South African Rugby (Pty) Ltd, the commercial arm of the South African Rugby Union (SARU), may have won the battle against its Australasian counterparts in...

  • Gregan all about the here and now

    Few players will ever come close to retiring and being able to look back on such an illustrious career as Australian scrum-half George Gregan will.

  • ARU bemoans Bok ‘betrayal’

    The Australian Rugby Union (ARU) on Wednesday expressed in the strongest terms its disappointment at the decision of its South African counterparts (SA Rugby Union...

  • Kobus backs Grant for No.10 shirt

    Western Province coach Kobus van der Merwe believes Peter Grant could make the Springbok No.10 shirt his own during South Africa's upcoming away leg of...

  • Rejuvenated Tuqiri ready for Bledisloe action

    With politics the flavour of the week it would be easy to forget there is a crucial game of Tri Nations rugby this weekend, no...

  • Tri-Nations, Week 2, Incidents

    There was again a thriller in the Tri-Nations. At Newlands South Africa came from behind to win. In Durban New Zealand did likewise.

  • SANZAR call ‘special meeting’

    SANZAR, the official body controlling the Super 14 and Tri-Nations competitions, is to hold a special meeting on Tuesday to discuss South Africa's decision to...

  • Loe rubbishes Aussie scrum

    Former All Blacks prop, Richard Loe, who won 49 Test caps, has rubbished claims that the Wallaby front row has resurrected itself after a solid...

  • Toeava to miss Bledisloe clash

    All Blacks centre Isaia Toeava looks set to miss Saturday's Tri-Nations and Bledisloe Cup Test in Melbourne against the Wallabies.

  • Campo – ‘Aussies won’t boycott’

    Outspoken former Wallaby winger David Campese does not believe that Australia will act on their threats and cancel the upcoming Tri-Nations Test between the Wallabies...

  • ARU looks to scrap Bok 3N Test

    The Australian Rugby Union (ARU) is exploring the possibility of, along with New Zealand, scrapping their remaining Tri-Nations clashes with South Africa, and setting up...

  • NZRU add their weight to Bok battle

    The New Zealand Rugby Union (NZRU) have joined forces with their Australian counterparts in expressing their concern and disgust at the squad South Africa are...

  • Wallabies told to stop whingeing

    Wallaby coach John Connolly is keen to have drop-goals (also called field-goals) devalued, but he has come under fire from his own media for his...

  • Connolly predicts All Black changes

    Australian coach John Connolly believes his side will face an All Black side showing at least four changes to that which narrowly edged past South...

  • SA Rugby defends B-squad selection

    Jonathan Stones, the managing director of SA Rugby - the commercial arm of the South African Rugby Union (SARU) - has defended the decision to...

  • Boks await Watson report

    Springbok selection chief Peter Jooste is still awaiting a "formal" report on the fitness of Western Province captain Luke Watson and his provincial teammate Tonderai...

  • Somerville on comeback trail

    New Zealand prop Greg Somerville took his first steps to an international comeback with a club appearance at the weekend. Somerville was on the pitch...

  • Venter says ‘no thanks’ to Boks

    Veteran utility forward AJ Venter has decided to turn his back on an opportunity to play for his country and announced his "retirement" from international...

  • White sends his ‘B-team’ Down Under

    Springbok coach Jake White has named a second-string 28-man squad to play for the country in the remainder of the Tri-Nations. In what is a...

  • Tri-Nations, Week 2, Statistics

    The Tri-Nations opened with two exciting matches, one at Newlands and one in Durban. We give some statistics of the Durban match.

  • Connolly calls for one-point drop goals

    Wallaby coach John Connolly, after having watched his side sunk by two late Francois Steyn drop goals in their loss to the Springboks on June...

  • Percy bows out of Durban… probably

    For full-back Percy Montgomery, who in all likelihood played his final game in Durban for South Afica on Saturday and his final game for the...

  • Henry short over short turnaround

    Graham Henry delivered a pretty terse response when asked if he and his New Zealand team was going to find the travel to Melbourne this...

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