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Wallabies’ persistence against Springboks is futile

Discipline dilemmas, a bruising in Brisbane and Fourie du Preez back for the Springboks spells humiliation for the Australian rugby team at Newlands.

Heyneke Meyer’s choice goes back to the future

Springbok coach has finally got his wish with the return of Du Preez. But for how long?

Pick Hougaard, Du Preez tells Bok coach

Fourie du Preez has urged Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer to pick Francois Hougaard instead of him for the home series against England next month.

Springboks crash out of the Rugby World Cup

The Springboks' Rugby World Cup title defence came to an end with a nail-biting 11-9 quarterfinal loss to Australia in Wellington on Sunday.

Fourie du Preez has Australia’s Genia all aquiver

Australia's Will Genia says he will be lining up against the best scrumhalf he's seen "by far" if Fourie du Preez returns to the Bok side on Saturday.

Bulls will not be distracted

Bulls players are firmly focused on the task at hand: to beat the Sharks in their Super Rugby match.

Du Preez returns to boost ‘super’ Bulls

The Bulls could not have received a more timely boost as they prepare for the Super 15 championship kick-off than the return of Fourie du Preez.

Couch-bound critic upbeat about Boks

As an outsider looking in, Fourie du Preez wouldn't change anything in the current Springbok set-up.

New season, new rules

The final season of Super 14 rugby gets under way next week with a SA team the defending champions. It's worth taking note of both those statements.

That’s off the ball, Mr Frolick

The hot topic of transformation in sport boiled to the surface again this week, somewhat predictably in the domain of rugby.

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