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Clinical Jaguares clinch SA Conference

After a weekend of thrilling action, the Argentinians have increases their lead in the local standings to 46 points, the Bulls have 36 and they are followed by the Lions (35), Stormers (34) and Sharks (33)

Griquas roar into semis

“What is pleasing this season is that we are now winning the tight games”

Ready for the Lions

Both teams will be up for the contest so it should be a great game for our supporters to come and support the Griqua team and be a part of the action

Demotion of in-form players is a disgrace

It is also known than many of the Sharks players are miffed with the treatment of these players

Impressive Shaun back at No 10 with Jantjies on bench

Jantjies, who is back in the mix after sitting out last week following a breach of team protocol, will play from off the bench.

Brown: Being a Blitzbok was special

“When it comes to an end it’s funny because everybody tells you how quickly it sneaks up on you and it really does”

No more mistakes

Van Staden rewarded Bulls coach Pote Human’s faith in him with a characteristically brutish performance

Sharks No 10 swap may be unwise

Du Preez has remained out of form, so it would be a travesty if Bosch is relegated to fullback and Fassi to the bench.

Fired up to win

Stormers still very much focused on the play-offs

Sharks need to work Jaguares hard

The Sharks leave for Buenos Aires today on one of the toughest assignments in Super Rugby this season