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Meyer pits novice flyhalf against All Blacks

Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer has dropped flyhalf Morné Steyn, opting for newcomer Handré Pollard for the All Blacks Rugby Championship clash.

Brumbies beat the Bulls through last-minute penalty

Centre Christian Lealiifano's 45-metre penalty goal after the siren gave the ACT Brumbies a 23-20 win over the Bulls in their Super Rugby encounter.

Tryless Bulls fall short against rampant Reds

Springbok JJ Engelbrecht had a try disallowed after the full-time siren as the Reds clung on for a tense 23-18 win over the Bulls in Brisbane.

Steyn takes to the bench ahead of Super

Bulls coach Frans Ludeke has said it is a foreign concept to see star flyhalf Morne Steyn on the bench rather than in the starting line-up.

Steyn rejects Bulls offer for French team

Flyhalf Morné Steyn has said that he will join French side Stade Français when his contract with the Bulls ends in October.

Proteas: Being ‘the best’ is more than sum of its parts

Victory against New Zealand will not assure Graeme Smith's Proteas team the status they crave -- greatness.

Proteas on the front foot in bid to win series against Aussies

South Africa has dismissed Australia for 163 to take a first innings lead of 62 on the second day of the third and final test.

No mourning over Morne

Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer's decision to drop Morne Steyn from the national side was long overdue and may herald a bold new era for the team.

‘Tough call’ to replace Steyn, says Meyer

Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer says it was a difficult decision to drop flyhalf Morne Steyn for their Rugby Championship match against Australia.

Steyn promises to reboot his kick

According to the high standards of Springbok pivot Morne Steyn, his place kicking was under-par in the team's first Test against England.

Bulls hit sour note in Loftus victory as Sharks tank

The Super Rugby campaign is off to a dreary start in SA, with the Bulls beating the Sharks 18-13 in a lacklustre match marred by errors at Loftus.

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.

‘History means nothing against the Boks’

James Horwill says he's taking no comfort from Australia's recent success against South Africa ahead of their Rugby World Cup quarterfinal clash.

Steyn remains calm as pressure increases

Rugby World Cup squad member Morne Steyn manages to stay calm ahead of the game, despite all the pressures of good goal kicking.

Steyn kicks Springboks to win over All Blacks

Flyhalf Morne Steyn contributed all of his team's points as South Africa beat New Zealand 18-5 in their Tri-Nations match in Port Elizabeth.

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