In certain respects, it might have been better if the Bulls had simply repeated their Timaru horror show last week and we could all have begun to suspect that there must be unrest of some sort in the champions’ camp. Rob Houwing writes for Sports24 that events in Brisbane on Saturday, where the once-mighty Bulls […]
Decorated skipper Victor Matfield is urging the revamped Bulls to turn party-crashers tomorrow night so his barren streak at Suncorp Stadium ends before retirement. Jim Tucker writes in The Couriermail that this feature clash against the Reds will be the South African World Cup champion’s final outing in Brisbane and never has he needed to […]
Queensland rugby’s marketing boffins have needlessly fired up the Bulls by promoting tonight’s clash as a “slaughter” even though the South Africans’ own bragging rights over the Reds in every trophy department. Jim Tucker writes for The Couriermail that the “Watch Us Slaughter The Bulls” pitch on the QRU’s official website and advertising material is […]
It’s not all bad news in Bulls country at the moment, as the Bulls have managed to hold on to three future stars according to Brenden Nel from SuperSport
They might have lost stand-in captain, Adriaan Strauss, to a broken hand, but the Cheetahs received a massive boost ahead of this weekend’s clash with the Bulls as Juan Smith was declared fit to lead the side.
Vodacom Bulls coach Frans Ludeke included Chiliboy Ralepelle at hooker for his team’s second match of Super Rugby, against the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein on Friday.
Vodacom Bulls scrumhalf, Fourie du Preez, describes his pending achievement of 100 Super Rugby matches for the Bulls as a ‘massive honour and milestone”.
It has been a rumour that has surfaced in recent days, and although everyone will deny it, it seems to be true.
The Vodacom Blue Bulls have made a massive coup by signing Griquas and Springbok winger Bjorn Basson to join them from November 1.
The 2010 Absa Currie Cup kicked off to an exciting start after 26 tries were scored in the opening weekend of South Africa’s premier domestic rugby competition.
The Vodacom Blue Bulls have signed promising young scrumhalf Dustin Jinka from Western Province for the Absa Currie Cup season.
Francois Hougaard is fit and ready to join the Springboks on their tour to New Zealand.
The Bulls’ most experienced Super 14 player, Pedrie Wannenburg, will continue his rugby career with Ulster.
It may be a tad early to suggest it, but the biggest threat to the Bulls’ domination of South African rugby could be the successors to the captaincy duo of Victor Matfield and Fourie du Preez.
I KNOW northern and southern hemisphere rugby is played to different laws, but I never knew that the northern and southern discrepancy applied to South African rugby.