Joe van Niekerk

 
Big Joe back for the Boks
Big Joe back for the Boks
Joe van Niekerk was the surprise selection in the South African team for the Tri-Nations Test against the All Blacks in Wellington on Saturday,...
De Villiers shows his hand
De Villiers shows his hand
JP Pietersen's lack of form in the Super 14 season has cost him a place in the Springbok squad that was named in Somerset West on Wednesday.
Few surprises in Bok training squad
Few surprises in Bok training squad
Isma-eel Dollie, the Western Province Vodacom Cup flyhalf, was one of a few lesser surprises in the Springbok training squad of 42 members that was...
Stormers prevail in thrilling match
Stormers prevail in thrilling match
The Stormers beat the Lions 22-13 after a late rally in a thrilling, if not always good, Super 14 match at Ellis Park on Saturday.
Hurricanes maul disappointing Lions
Hurricanes maul disappointing Lions
The Hurricanes continued their strong finish to the Super 14 season when they thrashed the Johannesburg-based Lions 38-12 in Wellington on...
Reds cause heartbreak for the Lions
Reds cause heartbreak for the Lions
The Reds scored a converted try in the dying seconds of their Super 14 match against the Lions at Ellis Park on Saturday to snatch a lucky 24-all...
Western Force squeak home against the Lions
Western Force squeak home against the Lions
A glaring error by referee Kelvin Deaker cost the Lions seven points in the Super 14 match which they eventually lost 18-16 to the Western Force at...
SA teams face huge task to retain Super 14 title
SA teams face huge task to retain Super 14 title
South Africa's five Super 14 teams will have to produce some of their best rugby if they are to retain the title they so famously won, for the...
SA Rugby name finalists in player of the year award
SA Rugby name finalists in player of the year award
SA Rugby has confirmed the names of the finalists in the main categories of the 2007 Absa SA rugby player of the year awards. The awards banquet,...

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