THE Southern Kings are planning to stage rugby's equivalent of the epic World War 2 movie The Great Escape when they fight to avoid the wooden spoon in the South African Conference of the Super 15.
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"'We absolutely can avoid that relegation game'"
Australia openside flanker George Smith has not damaged his knee as badly as first thought, the ACT Brumbies said on...
Reds coach Ewen McKenzie has leapt to the defence of Quade Cooper after the flyhalf was omitted from the preliminary...
CHEETAHS coach Naka Drotske and his Reds counterpart Ewen McKenzie had differing views on some key decisions after the...
Cheetahs scrum half Piet van Zyl scored two tries in the opening 20 minutes to lay the platform for a 27-13 win over the Reds in their Super Rugby match on Saturday.
Robbie Deans is firmly of the opinion that a British and Irish Lions test is no place to blood unproven players and his...
Ireland’s grand slam-winning captain Brian O’Driscoll ended months of uncertainty over his future on Thursday when he agreed to play on for one more year for province and country.
Lions head coach John Mitchell has returned to work at the Golden Lions Rugby Union (GLRU) after four months, and was...
Former England flyhalf Jonny Wilkinson was named European Player of the Year on Sunday.
Toulon delighted in dismissing detractors who have accused them of buying success on Saturday when they were crowned European champions in a victory flyhalf Jonny Wilkinson said was as good as winning the World Cup.
The Golden Lions beat the Pumas 42-28 in the Vodacom Cup final played on Friday night at the Mbombela Stadium to become...
THE Pumas can make history by winning the Vodacom Cup for the first time when they meet the Golden Lions at Mbombela Stadium tonight.
New Zealand flyhalf Dan Carter has added his voice to calls for more rest time for top players, saying the International Rugby Board should take advice from players when competition schedules are planned.
The Auckland Blues became the third New Zealand Super Rugby franchise to attract private investors on Friday as the New Zealand Rugby Union (NZRU) continued to seek greater commercial return from their professional teams.