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The Six Nations Championship has Come a Long Way

The Six Nations Championship started as a competition in 1883 and was originally known as the Home Nations Championship. It was started by the perennial rivals which were originally under one kingdom, the United Kingdom, that is, England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. After France joined the championship twenty eight years later, it was renamed to the Five Nations Championship. It became to be known as the Six Nations Championship in the year 2000 when Italy also started takin... Read more »
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By Oliver Ngwenya On Sunday, October 5th, 2014

Hardworking Boks Withstand Kiwi Tide to Win 27-25

It was a day of improvements in generally all departments that carried the day for the Springboks in order to effect their first win against arch-enemy, The All Blacks since the Tri Nations match in August 2011... Read more »
By Robert Wiggill On Monday, June 2nd, 2014

Super 15 – Round 16 Wrap-Up

Round 16 of the Super Rugby competition was definitely one which yielded some surprises results-wise and left a few teams with a lot on their minds going into the June International test rugby break The only ma... Read more »
By Robert Wiggill On Monday, May 26th, 2014

Super 15 – Round 15 Wrap-Up

This weekend’s super rugby results were a positive batch for most South African supporters, with the majority of the South African sides taking home convincing wins. There were a few losses in the South A... Read more »
By Robert Wiggill On Thursday, May 15th, 2014

Will quotas drop-kick South Africa’s hopes of regaining Super Rugby glory?

It is no secret that South African Super Rugby teams are proving to be no match for their Australian and New Zealand counterparts during the 2014 Super Rugby season. Occupying  three of the bottom five spots o... Read more »