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Preview: Hurricanes v Chiefs

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Preview: Hurricanes v Chiefs

SUPER RUGBY QUARTERFINAL: Last Friday they showed us just how entertaining the competition can be - producing an eight-try thriller. On Friday we get another chance to see two of the most exciting tea...

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VIDEO: Johannesburg's pride must be strong VIDEO: Johannesburg's pride must be strong

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VIDEO: Johannesburg's pride must be strong

WATCH as Lions sensation Aphiwe Odwa Dyantyi talks about his team's Super Rugby quarterfinal showdown with the Jaguares at Ellis Park on Saturday.

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Football star pays tribute to Warburton's career

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Football star pays tribute to Warburton's career

REACTION: Real Madrid star Gareth Bale joined the tributes to Wales great Sam Warburton, who called time on his career.

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VIDEO: 'Tahs target rested Highlanders

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: The Highlanders' decision to rest key players ahead of the quarterfinal could have dire consequences says Waratahs forward coach Simon Cron.

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SR is dead. Go north.

If we wont then use the threat of going north to bargain a new deal where we bring back the glory days of CC. Play full CC (incl Boks) with semi and final at the start of the year. Play internationals thereafter. Top 2 teams from each country goes into a Super 6 + 2 invitational teams. Players not included in this goes on auction. Back home those players not in Super 8 join a new Club Champs to strengthen our club rugby.

We first lost our club rugby and we are now losing our CC. Focus of Saru in meetings should be to address these two issues.

No way.
When the Crusaders play is Australia they leave on the Friday afternoon and are back at home on the Sunday morning. Same as the Bulls playing in CT.
The Lions were in NZ and Aus for 5 weeks playing 4 matches.
The Crusaders traveled to SA for 1 match and then straight to Argentina for another. They were away for 3 weeks only. That additional 2 weeks living out of a suitcase makes a huge difference.

Which is like saying SA has SSC

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Yip, despite being a Chiefs supporter amongst Kiwi teams, I think the Canes will take this.

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Respect. One of the best ruckers I’ve seen

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Waratahs win will be a HUGE upset, they are too dependent on Folau, Highlanders will keep him out of the game.

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SR is dead. Go north.

If we wont then use the threat of going north to bargain a new deal where we bring back the glory days of CC. Play full CC (incl Boks) with semi and final at the start of the year. Play internationals thereafter. Top 2 teams from each country goes into a Super 6 + 2 invitational teams. Players not included in this goes on auction. Back home those players not in Super 8 join a new Club Champs to strengthen our club rugby.

We first lost our club rugby and we are now losing our CC. Focus of Saru in meetings should be to address these two issues.

No way.
When the Crusaders play is Australia they leave on the Friday afternoon and are back at home on the Sunday morning. Same as the Bulls playing in CT.
The Lions were in NZ and Aus for 5 weeks playing 4 matches.
The Crusaders traveled to SA for 1 match and then straight to Argentina for another. They were away for 3 weeks only. That additional 2 weeks living out of a suitcase makes a huge difference.

Which is like saying SA has SSC

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Yip, despite being a Chiefs supporter amongst Kiwi teams, I think the Canes will take this.

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Respect. One of the best ruckers I’ve seen

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Waratahs win will be a HUGE upset, they are too dependent on Folau, Highlanders will keep him out of the game.

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Further alleged Amanaki Mafi assault on another Rebels team-mate comes to light

The Rebels have been forced to defend their handling of an alleged brutal confrontation between two players in Dunedin at the weekend as it emerged No 8 Amanaki Mafi had also assaulted team-mate Marika Koroibete in Cape Town this year.

Rebels chief executive Baden Stephenson said an incident, which the Daily Telegraph report occurred in a night club when the team was touring there in April, was handled internally by team director Tony Thorpe and was not reported to Stephenson at the time.
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