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Ou Grote Rugby The Highlanders are 2015 Super 15 Champions The Highlanders scored an unexpected but deserved 21-14 vicory over the Hurricanes in Wellington – the first Super Rugby title in their history. 2015 Super 15 Final Predictions Saturday 4 July 09:35 Hurricanes v Highlanders (Wellington) Rob (Ou Grote): Hurricanes by 7 James (Ou Grote): Hurricanes by 9 Footyforecaster: Hurricanes by 5 Sportingbet: ... 2015 Rugby Youth Week Fixtures u13 Craven Week 29 June – 03 July Hoërskool Rob Ferreira White River, Pumas, Mpumalanga DAY 1 – 29 June 2015 08:30 Griffons vs Border ... 2015 Super 15 Semifinals predictions 27/06 09h35 Hurricanes v Brumbies Predictions Rob (Ou Grote): Hurricanes by 3 James (Ou Grote): Hurricanes by 9 Footyforecaster: Hurricanes by 5 Sportingbet: Hurricanes Bet.coza: ... 2015 Super 15 Qualifiers predictions 20/06 09h35 Highlanders v Chiefs Predictions Rob (Ou Grote): Highlanders by 3 James (Ou Grote): Highlanders by 5 Footyforecaster: Highlanders by 9 Sportingbet: Highlanders Bet.coza: ... Ruggaworld Green light to play for De Villiers South Africa centre and captain Jean de Villiers has been cleared to return to the game this weekend following a rapid recovery from a knee ... Springbok injury update from Cape Town Springbok No 8 and South Africa’s Rugby Player of the Year in 2014, Duane Vermeulen, is in a race against time to be ... SARU Girls U18 Week kicks off with big scores The SARU Girls Under-18 Week got off to a thrilling start at Glenwood High School in Durban on Monday with big scores dominating the opening ... Exciting start to U16 Coca-Cola Grant Khomo Week The Under-16 Coca-Cola Grant Khomo Week got off to a thrilling start at the Bridgton Sports Grounds in Oudtshoorn on Monday with a mixture of ... Australia & South African statistic sides revealed. South African Stats XV – 15. Cheslin Kolbe (Stormers), 14. Ruan Combrinck (Lions), 13. Juan de Jongh (Stormers), 12. Damian de Allende (Stormers), 11. Lwazi ... Front Row Grunt Lose the World Cup obsession Our obsession with World Cup results sees us not developing players, coaches or our game says Tank Lanning in his Sport24 column this week, who ... Can the Landers make it an all Kiwi affair? It seems a forgone conclusion in Wellington, but much less certain in Sydney. Take in the weekend’s teams, times, odds and SuperBru predictions from Tank ... Tales from a ’95 RWC road trip … Ten beers before kickoff, getting sworn at by James Dalton, brushing with history … Inspired by yesterday’s replay of the ’95 RWC final, Tank Lanning ... Weekend teams and predictions And then there were six. Industrially tough to win away from home at the pointy end of the tournament, but Andrew Mehrtens, leader of the ... Think Tank – A look at Storm vs Brumby In episode 19 of Vodacom’s Think Tank, Zelim Nel and Tank Lanning look ahead to the quarter-finals, with Tank wondering if it’s even worth the ... Supersport Jean is ready to go Springbok captain Jean de Villiers has been given the all clear to participate in Saturday’s opening match of the year against a World XV at ... Boks rocked as Duane faces surgery Duane Vermeulen, is in a race against time to be fit for the Rugby World Cup following a diagnosis that he will require surgery on ... How Heyneke changed Jaque's mind A call from Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer led to centre Jaque Fourie reconsidering his international future. Griquas too strong for Griffons The ORC Griquas scored seven tries in a second-half riot to win 47-20 (halftime 7-6) over the Touchdown Griffons in their Currie Cup qualifying match ... Final confirmed what Boks need most A pulsating and high quality Vodacom Super Rugby final brought a shock result and some important pointers to the southern hemisphere squads. Sport24 Rugby Sport24.co.za | Boks: Stormers handled Duane perfectly The Springboks have no issues with the way that Duane Vermeulen’s neck injury was handled at the Stormers Sport24.co.za | Kaplan praises Peyper for final performance Retired South African referee Jonathan Kaplan praised the refereeing performance of Jaco Peyper in the Super Rugby final. Sport24.co.za | Good, bad injury news for Boks Springbok team doctor Craig Roberts says that there is good and bad news in his latest Springbok injury report. Sport24.co.za | Final confirmed what Boks need most A pulsating and high quality Super Rugby final brought a shock result and some important pointers to the southern hemisphere squads. Sport24.co.za | Kaplan welcomes Watson’s sacking Jonathan Kaplan has welcomed SARU’s decision to terminate the employment of its general manager of referees, Andre Watson. Stuff NZ All Blacks arrive to passionate Apia welcome from Samoan supporters From the moment Richie McCaw led his team into Faleolo Airport for the first time to be greeted by hundreds of feverish fans, the All ... Pain in the neck for Springboks as key No 8 Duane Vermeulen goes under the knife South Africa No 8 Duane Vermeulen may miss the World Cup because of a neck injury, in what would be a major blow to the ... Tim Nanai-Williams says Tana Umaga helped convince him to play for Samoa He’s had to jump through many hoops but the decision to follow his heart and heritage is about to pay off for Tim Nanai-Williams. Jerome Kaino promises to 'fight fire with fire' against physical Samoans in Apia Shoulder on shoulder. Hit for hit. Jerome Kaino knows only too well the All Blacks must counter Samoa’s inevitable physical onslaught. Lipstick applied as Apia Park gets $30 million upgrade for All Blacks test Apia Park’s $30 million facelift only needs some last-minute lipstick to be complete. IOL Rugby Oldest surviving Bok dies Piet Malan, who was the oldest living Springbok, has died aged 96, national rugby body SARU announced. Boks' World Cup journey starts The Springboks start their journey to the World Cup when they face a World XV outfit at Newlands. Vermeulen goes under the knife Duane Vermeulen is in a race against time to be fit for the Rugby World Cup after undergoing surgery on his injured ... Moore to lead Wallabies at World Cup Hooker Stephen Moore will lead Australia to this year’s World Cup after being named Wallabies captain for the season. Griquas increase lead in promotion race The Griquas consolidated their position at the top of Currie Cup Qualifier log on Saturday. Sharksworld Where are all the locks? It’s probably safe to say that the Sharks’ decision to sign Reds lock Dave McDuling for the upcoming Currie Cup and Super Rugby seasons did ... The Currie Cup squad (as it happens) Since it’s hard to keep track of all the announcements, here’s my latest view of what the Sharks Currie Cup squad look like. I reserve ... Sharks sign Reds lock McDuling According to morning media reports, Reds second-rower David McDuling has signed for the Sharks. The 26-year-old McDuling made his Super Rugby debut for the Brisbane ... Forward mobility the key to excitement? At yesterday’s pre-Currie Cup press conference, Gary Gold spoke of the depth available to him and expressed his confidence in the squad he has, despite ... The new Sharks Courtesy of Steve Haag (and used with permission), we’ve got a lovely pic of most of the new guys coming in for Currie Cup this ... Green and Gold Rugby Monday’s Rugby News Monday’s rugby news has Nick Cummins called into the Wallabies squad, James O’Connor to work on his speed, Naiyaravoro to still join the Warriors and countries announced for ... Where to for the Shute Shield? Along with a lot of others I read the Shute Shield results of Eastwood vs Penrith over last weekend with a mix of incredulity, a bit ... National Schools final – down to the wire NSW I 22 – Queensland I 20 by “The Spaceman” It was a picturesque setting at St Ignatius College Oval Number One ... Day 3 – Australian Schools National Championship For the third day of the Australian Schools Rugby Union Championships Division I matches yesterday there was a bitterly cold southerly coming off the Harbour ... Friday’s Rugby News Friday’s rugby news has Wallabies squad announced, Rugby World Cup referee’s appointed, Folau to Japan after the Rugby World Cup and teams named for the Super Rugby ... Rugby15 EP lose to KZN in Grant Khomo opener Eastern Province kicked off their Under-16 Coca-Cola Grant Khomo Week when they faced KwaZulu-Natal at the Brighton Sports Grounds in Oudtshoorn on Monday. The boys ... SARU Girls U18 Week kicks off with big scores The SARU Girls Under-18 Week got off to a thrilling start at Glenwood High School in Durban on Monday with big scores dominating the ... Exciting start to U16 Coca-Cola Grant Khomo Week The Under-16 Coca-Cola Grant Khomo Week got off to a thrilling start at the Bridgton Sports Grounds in Oudtshoorn on Monday with a mixture ... Springbok injury update from Cape Town Springbok No 8 and South Africa’s Rugby Player of the Year in 2014, Duane Vermeulen, is in a race against time to be fit for ... England Women finish second in Rugby Super Series England Women wrapped up the Rugby Super Series with a 15-14 defeat of hosts Canada in Edmonton on Sunday, handing the Rugby World Cup champions ... Sky Sports Lewsey: Mental toughness key Former England international Josh Lewsey believes mental toughness will be the defining characteristic in whichever team wins the Rugby World Cup later this year. Sky Live: Samoa v New Zealand The All Blacks have named a strong side for their historic Test match against Samoa in Apia on Wednesday. Vermeulen's World Cup in doubt South Africa number eight Duane Vermeulen will have a neck operation on Wednesday and faces a race against time to be fit for the Rugby ... England World Cup kit unveiled England skipper Chris Robshaw has helped the team reveal the new kit to be worn at the home World Cup that starts in September. Saint-Andre preaches patience Embattled French coach Philippe Saint-Andre is confident Les Bleus can put their recent indifferent form behind them and enjoy a successful World Cup campaign. BBC England beat Canada to finish second England women finish second in the four-team Rugby Super Series after a 15-14 defeat of Canada in Edmonton. Alpine agony as Wales start build-up Back in 1987 it was a three-day stay in Tenby – in 2015 Wales are beginning their three-month World Cup warm-up in the Alps. Coach Wells extends Newcastle stay Head coach John Wells signs a three-year deal to remain a part of Dean Richards’ backroom staff at Newcastle Falcons. Wales' King signs new Ospreys deal Ospreys back row forward James King signs a new deal to keep him at the Liberty Stadium until the summer of 2018. Never write off Phillips - Edwards Wales scrum-half Mike Phillips will have a part to play in the World Cup despite losing his place, says Gareth Edwards. Sport.co.uk Mental edge defines champs - Lewsey Josh Lewsey believes that ‘mental edge’ is a key requirement for teams to thrive in the rarefied atmosphere of a Rugby World Cup campaign. England World Cup kit unveiled England have unveiled their new kit for the upcoming home World Cup at a glitzy presentation at Twickenham. Four price points of £120, £ Moore to lead Wallabies Stephen Moore has been named captain of Australia for the Rugby World Cup and the rest of the 2015 international season.The 92-Test vetera Manu proud of title-winners Highlanders co-captain Nasi Manu was full of pride after his side defied the odds to claim their first-ever Super Rugby title on Saturday. Highlanders claim maiden title The Highlanders defied the odds as they held off a second-half fightback to clinch their first-ever Super Rugby title with a 21-14 victory over the The Independent Keven Mealamu: New Zealand's hooker is hard as nails - but with an arty side Keven Mealamu, one of the hardest men to wear the All Blacks jersey, is also an artist. He has illustrated ... Rugby World Cup 2015: 100 moments - Brian O'Driscoll Brian O’Driscoll, Ireland. World Cups Played In – 1999, 2003, 2007, 2011 Ah, the hero of the Emerald Isles. O’Driscoll is ... Rugby World Cup 2015: 100 moments - Bryan Habana Bryan Habana, South Africa. World Cups Played In – 2007, 2011 Bryan Habana is a try scoring machine. In his debut ... Rugby World Cup 2015: 100 moments - David Campese David Campese, Australia. World Cups Played In – 1987, 1991, 1995 Campese was named Player of the Tournament in the 1991 ... Rugby World Cup 2015: 100 moments - Jonny Wilkinson Jonny Wilkinson, England. World Cups Played In – 1999, 2003, 2007, 2011 Ah, Sir Jonny. A man synonymous with the game ... Sky Guiness Premiership Premiership fixtures announced Aviva Premiership champions Saracens will open the defence of their title at home to the Sale Sharks on October 17 while newly-promoted Worcester host Northampton. Fearns leaving Bath for Lyon Bath have confirmed that back-row forward Carl Fearns is to join French club Lyon. Knight makes Newport move Prop Shaun Knight is leaving Gloucester and moving to the Guinness PRO12 with the Newport-Gwent Dragons. Northampton sign centre Eves Northampton have announced the signing of centre Luke Eves on a short-term deal. Blake banned for betting breach Former Leicester Tigers defence coach Phil Blake has been handed a six-month ban by a Rugby Football Union disciplinary panel, having been found guilty of ... The Telegraph Historic first home Test for Samoa against New Zealand Samoa host New Zealand in a Test for the first time ever on Wednesday, but could the minnows actually have a chance against the All ... England Rugby World Cup kit to cost £120 The RFU has been accused by fans of profiteering from the World Cup after unveiling new £120 shirt England Rugby World Cup shirts 1987-2015 In pics: England have unveiled their latest kits for the Rugby World Cup. We chart the design changes over the years from the first RWC ... England coach Graham Rowntree signals end of 'big is beautiful' era with speed and fitness key at World Cup England forwards coach says fitness and speed crucial now as All Blacks defeat proves eye-opener for players Wasps will give George Smith blessing to play in Rugby World Cup if he receives Australia call-up Wallabies head coach Michael Cheika has indicated that veteran flanker is still in his plans after relaxing rules on overseas players Sky Heineken Cup Davies: Recovery perfect so far Sky Sports columnist Jonathan Davies says his recovery from surgery so far has been the best he could have hoped for. Tough Champions draw for Toulon Defending champions Toulon have been drawn in a brutal pool with Bath, Leinster and Wasps in the 2015/16 Champions Cup. Humphreys rues missed chance Gloucester boss David Humphreys admitted it was a case of reflecting on what might have been after the Aviva Premiership club saw their hopes of ... A tough reality to endure Arriving home after losing the Champions Cup final was a tough reality to endure, says Sky Sports’ Jonathan Davies. Abendanon retains England hope European Player of the Year Nick Abendanon has had no contact with England but would love to pull on an international shirt again if rules ... Sky 6 Nations Jones: Fast World Cup start key Former Wales captain Ryan Jones believes his country must hit the ground running at the Rugby World Cup if they are to emerge from the ... Gatland: Faletau can move Wales coach Warren Gatland says Taulupe (Toby) Faletau’s international career will not be hampered if the number eight moves to Bath. Historic tour for England England will play three Tests against Australia for their summer tour in June next year. Wales appoint Toulon coach Wales have appointed Toulon’s Paul Stridgeon as their new head of physical performance. Greenwood backs hard line World Cup winner Will Greenwood has backed Stuart Lancaster on his zero tolerance of ill-discipline in the England squad. Sky French Top 14 Fearns leaving Bath for Lyon Bath have confirmed that back-row forward Carl Fearns is to join French club Lyon. Davies: Recovery perfect so far Sky Sports columnist Jonathan Davies says his recovery from surgery so far has been the best he could have hoped for. Montpellier sign No 8 Spies Montpellier have added another South African to their ranks with the signing of Springboks No 8 Pierre Spies. Montpellier sign Boks brothers South African brothers Jannie and Bismark du Plessis have joined Top 14 side Montpellier. Clermont snap up Gear Former All Blacks winger Hosea Gear is returning to France next season after signing a two-year deal with Clermont.