Fixtures and Logs
|Team 1||Team 2||Date||Time|
|EP Kings||Western Province||Fri,08 Aug||19:10|
|Lions||Blue Bulls||Sat,09 Aug||17:05|
|Western Province||Blue Bulls||Sat,16 Aug||14:00|
Waratahs head coach Michael Cheika has named an unchanged starting XV for the 2014 Super Rugby Final at ANZ Stadium in Sydney.
Sharks prop Tendai "Beast" Mtawarira has revealed that he will leave the Durban-based franchise at the end of 2015.
SANZAR have announced the match officials for Saturday's Super Rugby final between the Waratahs and Crusaders in Sydney.
A rejuvenated Dan Carter is back in the All Blacks set-up as one of three additions to their squad named for next month's Rugby Championship.
SARU have denied reports that it has instructed that at least half of the South African Schools Rugby team must be made up of players of colour.
South Africa are through to the Commonwealth Games semi-finals in Glasgow after defeating hosts Scotland 35-12 in the quarter-finals.
Waratahs captain Michael Hooper welcomed his team's long overdue venture to the final after Saturday's semi-final win over the Brumbies in Sydney.
What They Said
We've played together for many years for the Sharks and Springboks. This has created a tight brotherhood between us. We're very close on and off the field.
~ Beast Mtawarira on playing with the Du Plessis brothers ~
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