Clearly not happy with the performance of his players against the Force, Bulls coach Frans Ludeke has made several changes to his team to face the Blues this weekend.
Highlanders’ Head Coach, Jamie Joseph, has named his team to play the Cheetahs at Rugby Park Stadium in Invercargill on Saturday night (7.35pm NZT). In the forwards, Andrew Hore returns to the Highlanders after missing the first Highlanders match of the 2013 season due to suspension. He will be joined by Highlanders debutants Brad Thorn […]
St.George Queensland Reds defensive linchpin Anthony Faingaa returns from injury at outside centre for Friday’s round four Super Rugby clash against the Melbourne Rebels at AAMI Park in Melbourne.
Southern Districts youngster Ben Volavola will make his first start for the HSBC Waratahs on Saturday.
The Stormers will take on the defending champion Chiefs at DHL Newlands on Saturday (kick-off 17h05), and Coetzee has kept the changes to a minimum – making just two adjustments to the bench.
John Plumtree has the rare pleasure of being able to select an unchanged line-up for his team’s Vodacom Super Rugby clash with the Southern Kings at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Saturday.
Cheetahs coach Naka Drotské has resisted the temptation to rush Springbok Heinrich Brüssow straight back into his starting XV.
The Crusaders head to Wellington this Friday to face the Hurricanes. With both teams yet to secure a win it promises to be an exciting game with plenty of action.
The Southern Kings have announced their Super Rugby Squad to take on The Sharks at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Saturday, 9th of March 2013. The team will run onto the field under the leadership of Darron Nell, after Director of Rugby Alan Solomons announced that last Skipper Luke Watson had been named on […]
The Vodacom Bulls named their touring squad to Australasia for matches against the Blues, Crusaders, Reds and Brumbies. All four opponents are previous winners of the Super Rugby title.
No matter what the coaches say, the Currie Cup final is still fresh in the minds of supporters and players and the Sharks will no doubt look for revenge when they clash in Durban.
One would like to think there is no way in hell the Force can upset the Bulls at home – but the record between these two teams is actually split down the middle at 50% of wins to each team…
The Cheetahs could not have asked for a more difficult opening game on tour as they take on the defending champions, the Chiefs.
The Emirates Western Force has made four changes to its starting XV to tackle the Bulls in Pretoria on Saturday night.
This match has all the elements of being a potentially high scoring, or very boring game – let’s hope it’s the prior.