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De Bruin has ‘Lions’ share’ of Boks to pick from against...

The two other positions which are not yet settled are in the forwards, where the Lions have been hardest hit by players moving abroad

Sharks have a lot to prove

The rest of the Sharks side look raring to go, with coach Robert du Preez showing his hand in his selection for the Ballito game

Stormers are up for the Bulls challenge

“The players have worked hard, so it’s now up to the coaches to get the selections and combinations right. They’ve given us some healthy work to do”

New faces will boost Griquas’ Band of Brothers

The head coach is familiar with what the forwards need since this was his role when he coached at the Pumas and the NMMU Madibaz previously

Plenty of excitement awaits at KRC rugby festival

Without a doubt, with the pedigree of teams competing, this will make for a festive afternoon of rugby.

Sadie the solution to Lions prop problem ?

A block of a man at 1.8m tall and weighing in at 125kg, Sadie said he was hoping to get a proper run in Lions colours

Human is pleased with Bulls skills

“It is exciting times and especially with the way we want to play, everybody knows the old style of play at the Bulls"

Blitzboks still have mountain to climb

“If we can’t get the basics right, we can’t expect to play in finals and semi-finals.”

Lions pass Sharks test

The Lions won 19-14 in the first of the day’s two games in the Superhero Sunday fixture, but there was a lot more on the line for Lions coach Swys de Bruin than just the result

It’s time to fire

Besides their lack of experience defence is a major issue for the South African sevens team