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Gloomy return for Super Rugby after mosque attacks

Super Rugby resumes after mosque attacks, with Stormers travelling to New Zealand for Saturday's game against the Wellington Hurricanes.

Super Rugby is wounding our Springboks

South Africa has more players out in a season than any other group of elite sportsmen

‘Underdog’ Lions at full tilt

This weekend’s Super Rugby action will see all SA franchises in action

Super Rugby, what’s up?

As the competition’s fixtures enter their fifth week, there’s a lot for fans to talk about

Knockout rugby is not for everyone: Lions could roar, Sharks could flounder

The Lions-Crusaders clash looks tasty but the Hurricanes could blow the Durbanites away.

Super Rugby: Crusaders beat Lions 34-6

All Blacks flyhalf Dan Carter kicked four conversions and two penalties in the Crusaders' 34-6 win over South Africa's Lions in Super Rugby.

Waratahs win thriller against Crusaders for first Super Rugby title

Bernard Foley kicked a penalty a minute from time to give the Waratahs their maiden Super Rugby title with a 33-32 victory over the Crusaders.

Crusaders beat Sharks 38-6 in Super Rugby semifinal

The Crusaders scored four unanswered tries in the second half to outclass the Sharks 38-6 and book their place in the Super Rugby final.

Crusaders pack too much for Brumbies

A dominant forward pack allowed the Canterbury Crusaders' to maintain their Super15 winning streak when they downed the ACT Brumbies 40-20.

Crusaders edge Chiefs 18-17 in Super Rugby

Flyhalf Colin Slade kicked six goals, taking advantage of a one-sided penalty count, to boost the Crusaders to an 18-17 win over the Chiefs.

Good thing Kings leapt before they had to Luke again

The newest Super Rugby franchise went unbeaten through Australia and arrived back in Port Elizabeth to a hero's welcome.

Crusaders dethrone Kings 55-20 in Super Rugby game

Brothers George and Luke Whitelock shared four tries and Dan Carter kicked 16 points as the Crusaders trounced the Southern Kings 55-20.

Bulls left in the shadow of 41-19 defeat to Crusaders

The Crusaders avoided their worst start to a Super Rugby season in 17 years by beating the Blue Bulls 41-19 in the tournament's fifth round.

Super rugby: Can Kings really rule?

It has been a good start for the Super Rugby newcomers but tough games against the Chiefs and the Crusaders will test their mettle.

Super 15: Crusaders send Bulls packing

A powerful first half set the Canterbury Crusaders on their way to the Super 15 semi-finals when they beat the Bulls 28-13 in a play-off match.

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