Archive for March 4th, 2014

Zenay Jordaan lives her rugby dream

March 4, 2014
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Zenay Jordaan lives her rugby dream

  Nine years after taking up rugby as a sport, Springbok Women’s star player Zenay Jordaan’s dream of becoming a professional rugby player has become a reality, and she is still in awe since signing her national contract in January. The slightly built 22-year old, standing at only 1.56m tall, is one of 15...
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Cold and wet in Christchurch!

March 4, 2014
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Cold and wet in Christchurch!

The DHL Stormers landed in Christchurch late on Monday night (NZ time) and have since been greeted by some pretty inclement weather conditions in New Zealand. www.iamastormer.com caught up with DHL Stormers skipper Jean de Villiers on Tuesday night (NZ time) to find out about their trip, Pat Cilliers’s non-birthday, the weather conditions and...
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Stormers clash: No 15s in focus

March 4, 2014
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Stormers clash: No 15s in focus

Cape Town – For vastly different reasons, respective fullbacks Israel Dagg and Jaco Taute ought to be particularly pumped-up customers when the Crusaders entertain the Stormers in Christchurch on Saturday. The Super Rugby encounter has plenty at stake because both sides – more often than not among pace-setters in recent seasons – have started...
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Problems for Toyota Cheetahs

March 4, 2014
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Problems for Toyota Cheetahs

The neck problem of Springbok prop Coenie Oosthuizen is one of four injury concerns for the battered and bruised Cheetahs. Following their 14-35 humiliation at the hands of the Rebels in Melbourne at the weekend, the last this the Cheetahs needed was a number of injury setbacks. Springbok flyer Raymond Rhule injured his ankle...
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No title means failure for Lancaster

March 4, 2014
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No title means failure for Lancaster

England coach Stuart Lancaster has said anything less than winning the Six Nations would count as a failure for his side.  Each of Lancaster’s two previous Championships have seen England finish runners-up to Wales – England’s opponents at Twickenham on Sunday. They remain the only major European side Lancaster has yet to enjoy a...
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