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LIVE NOW: Western Province v Blue Bulls

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LIVE NOW: Western Province v Blue Bulls

READERS' FORUM: Welcome to the Currie Cup semifinal encounter between Western Province and the Blue Bulls in Cape Town.

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Sharks survive Lions fightback

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Sharks survive Lions fightback

CURRIE CUP REPORT: The Sharks survived a second-half fightback from the Golden Lions to win their semifinal 33-24 and advance to this year's Currie Cup Final.

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Cipriani sees red as Gloucester goes down to Munster

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Cipriani sees red as Gloucester goes down to Munster

CHAMPIONS CUP REPORT: Munster ran in five tries as they defeated Gloucester 36-22 in a thrilling Champions Cup Pool Two clash at Thomond Park.

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VIDEO: Tuilagi puts down England marker

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VIDEO: Tuilagi puts down England marker

CHAMPIONS CUP REACTION: Barnstorming Manu Tuilagi reminded England coach Eddie Jones of his abilities, as two-time winners Leicester reignited their title bid with a 45-27 win over Scarlets on Friday.

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Yeah, am aware of that and was along the lines of my thoughts that the matters must be significantly different and that we don't know all the factual circumstances.

I figured along those lines and was the only thought conclusions I could arrive at. I guess none of us will know all the facts and circumstances re the two separate matters and have to speculate along those lines.

Technically it wasn't WPRFU that went bankrupt but Western Province Rugby (Pty) Ltd

The union still owned a lot of assets, particularly property, and was still a viable investment opportunity for investors.

None of these probably apply to Border rugby

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Well done

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Yep Akira was outstanding....did you watch Shag??? Has been all season IMO. I’m not buying this “goes missing for large parts” theory any more
Ah...Harris, Luke Whitelock, Fifita...those are pretty anonymous guys
Yes and his opposite as above was excellent too, a great talent
Will be interesting to see how Aumua goes on tour. Not had the same impact this year
Great game from Faiane .....again
Shout out to Rene Ranger. If the midfield or wing stocks are down for RWC this guy is in great form for the Taniwha

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Yeah Rob, I'm effed mate, instead of picking the Sharks by 14 as I thought I did, I saw too late I made a mistake and picked the Lions

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Yeah, am aware of that and was along the lines of my thoughts that the matters must be significantly different and that we don't know all the factual circumstances.

I figured along those lines and was the only thought conclusions I could arrive at. I guess none of us will know all the facts and circumstances re the two separate matters and have to speculate along those lines.

Technically it wasn't WPRFU that went bankrupt but Western Province Rugby (Pty) Ltd

The union still owned a lot of assets, particularly property, and was still a viable investment opportunity for investors.

None of these probably apply to Border rugby

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Well done

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Yep Akira was outstanding....did you watch Shag??? Has been all season IMO. I’m not buying this “goes missing for large parts” theory any more
Ah...Harris, Luke Whitelock, Fifita...those are pretty anonymous guys
Yes and his opposite as above was excellent too, a great talent
Will be interesting to see how Aumua goes on tour. Not had the same impact this year
Great game from Faiane .....again
Shout out to Rene Ranger. If the midfield or wing stocks are down for RWC this guy is in great form for the Taniwha

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Yeah Rob, I'm effed mate, instead of picking the Sharks by 14 as I thought I did, I saw too late I made a mistake and picked the Lions

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I’d play Farrell 10
Tuilagi 12 for England

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