Playoffs “Non-negotiable” says Marais

“We want to win, but making the play-offs is non-negotiable,” says Bulls coach Nollis Marais when speaking about his goals for Super Rugby this year.

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CJ – Employee of the month!

Take in this corker of a video capturing Munster and Irish 8th man CJ Stander leading a car sales team in Ireland – rugby style!

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770 – Stats

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776×20 – rateplayer

Jones likely to leave Stormers

Glasgow Warriors are said to be keen to lure Stormers centre Huw Jones to Scotland at the end of the season, a move that would seriously dent the Cape side’s attacking intentions.

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Trevor at tighthead, Jesse at fullback

Vodacom Bulls coach Nollis Marais will give Jesse Kriel the opportunity to establish himself at fullback, while he sees Trevor Nyakane’s future at tighthead prop.

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Injuries down, but concussions up

Concussion, driven primarily by the tackle situation, rose by 7% in 2016 and now accounts for 25% of all injuries in the game.

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Steyn banned for four weeks

Former Bok Francois Steyn has been suspended for four weeks for his high tackle on Leinster fly-half Johnny Sexton while playing for Montpellier on the weekend.

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Blitzboks add Baby Bok

Baby Bok star Zain Davids is one of two new faces in the Blitzbok squad announced by coach Neil Powell for the Wellington and Sydney legs of the series.

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Toulouse sign “Finisher” Kolbe

“He will be complementing our team as a finisher from deep and out wide,” says Toulouse sporting director Fabien Pelous of new signing Cheslin Kolbe.

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Lood to lead Bulls?

Handré Pollard and Hanro Liebenberg are the likely leaders in the absence of Adriaan Strauss, but new boy Lood de Jager might be the surprise choice.

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Thank you Frankie

SA Rugby has paid tribute to Blitzbok legend Frankie Horne for his services to the seven a side game, after the big man decided to hang up his boots.

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