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Olivier might miss start of SR season


The Bulls gets a taste of what the Stormers had to put up with following news that Wynand Olivier might miss the start of their Super Rugby campaign due to his Japanese club advancing in their domestic competition.

Olivier Japanese deal confirmed


The Japanese club, Ricoh Black Rams, have confirmed that they have signed Bulls and Springbok centre Wynand Olivier.

Potgieter makes his Bok debut


Pierre Spies will play in his 50th Test for South Africa when they take on England at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.

Olivier back for Bulls


Three time Super Rugby gold medallist Wynand Olivier returns to the Vodacom Bulls team for their second round Super Rugby clash against the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein on Saturday.

Sadie out, Olivier back


Johann Sadie has been ruled out of action for between two to three weeks after sustaining a shoulder injury against the Sharks on Friday.

Spies leads Bulls charge


Incumbent Springboks eight man, Pierre Spies, will lead the Vodacom Bulls in the 2012 Vodacom Super Rugby competition, with another experienced test player, Wynand Olivier, his deputy.

Basson, Olivier back for Bulls


Returning Springboks Wynand Olivier and Bjorn Basson will be amongst the four new faces in the Vodacom Blue Bulls backline for their Absa Currie Cup clash against the Pumas in Nelspruit on Friday.

Bulls secure Olivier till 2013


Wynand Olivier renewed his contract with the Blue Bulls Company and will be available for the Vodacom Bulls and Blue Bulls till the end of 2013.

Olivier out of Grand Slam tour


Vodacom Blue Bulls centre Wynand Olivier has withdrawn from the preliminary training camp for the Springbok end-of-year tour because of injury.

Olivier back for Bulls


The Vodacom Blue Bulls welcomes back Springbok midfielder, Wynand Olivier, to their side for Friday’s Absa Currie Cup clash against the Pumas in Nelspruit.

Dwyer slams Boks


John is too slow, Victor is past it, Ricky is rubbish, Morne is average, Meisiekind is anonymous and Kirchner is not of international class.  These are the frank views Australian World Cup winning coach Bob Dwyer gave of the Springboks.

Jean wants his jersey back


Springbok wing Jean de Villiers wants to play in his favourite inside centre position again, but for now he is just happy to get another opportunity to play for South Africa again.

Boks have tremendous depth


Springbok coach, Peter de Villiers, says South Africa currently has tremendous depth in every position and it was a difficult task to select the side to face the All Blacks for the Tri-Nations encounter at Eden Park on Saturday.

Combo’s and Super 14 form were deciding factors


The form of the Vodacom Bulls and the Vodacom Stormers during the 2010 Super 14 is reflected in the selection of the Springbok team to face Six Nations champions France in a one-off encounter at Newlands in Cape Town on Saturday.

Flip set for Bok debut


Springbok coach Peter de Villiers has selected his strongest available team for Saturday’s Test against France at Newlands.

Like riding a bike…


It will be like riding a bicycle for John Smit, a unique chance for Jean de Villiers, just reward for hard work for Wynand Olivier and very little sleep for Dewald Potgieter.

“It’s ours to lose” – Meisiekind


The experience in the Blue Bulls midfield and lack thereof among the Western Province centres is set to be a decisive factor in Saturday’s Currie Cup semi-final between the teams at Newlands.