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Highlanders 0 / 0 Stormers

The Highlanders and DHL Stormers do battle in Super Rugby 2017 at

Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin, New Zealand at 09:35 SA Time (19:35 NZ Time, 07:35 GMT).

This is the live match discussion Article.

The match is broadcast LIVE on SuperSport 1 & CSN on TV in SA.

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Super RugbyThis week it is Round 10 of Super Rugby 2017!

There is 1 game on Friday 28 April 2017, 6 games on Saturday 29 April 2017 and 1 game on Sunday morning 30 April 2017.

Two teams have BYE weekends this week, the Vodacom Bulls and Hurricanes.

The action kicks off on Friday with the game between the Highlanders and DHL Stormers in Dunedin, at 09:35 SA Time (19:35 NZ Time, 07:35 GMT).

On Saturday, we have a bit of respite and start the games at a decent time in the morning, with the Chiefs hosting the Sunwolves in Hamilton at 09:35 SA Time (19:35 NZ Time, 16:35 Japanese Time, 07:35 GMT)

The second game of Saturday morning is when the Reds host the Waratahs in Brisbane at 11:45 SA Time (19:45 AEST, 09:45 GMT).

In Western Australia, the Western Force host the Emirates Lions in Perth at 13:55 SA Time (19:55 AWST, 11:55 GMT).

Then a few hours later, on Saturday afternoon late, the Toyota Cheetahs host the Crusaders in Bloemfontein at 17:15 SA Time (13:05 GMT, Sunday 05:15 NZ Time). After that, the Southern Kings host the Melbourne Rebels in Port Elizabeth at 19:30 SA Time (17:30 GMT, Sunday 05:30 AEST).

Later on Sturday evening, the Jaguares host the Cell C Sharks in Buenos Aires at 21:40 SA Time (16:40 Arg Time, 19:40 GMT).

The last game of the Round is in Canberra on Sunday 30 April 2017 when the Brumbies host the Blues at 08:05 SA Time (16:05 AEST, 06:05 GMT).

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Premiership Rugby is investigating the possibility of introducing South African teams into the Anglo-Welsh Cup.

The competition currently features the 12 English Premiership clubs and the 4 Welsh regions.

But changes to rugby’s calendar post-2019 would offer English rugby bosses the chance to invite Currie Cup teams into the developmental tournament.

The prospective competition would run during the international windows in November and February / March.

The Currie Cup is the second tier of professional rugby in South Africa.

Currently, club tournaments are split into hemispheres but it is understood there is now a more open-minded approach to arranging them by time-zones.

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Highlanders (21) 40 / 15 (3) Sunwolves (Final Score)

The Highlanders and Sunwolves did battle in Super Rugby 2017 at

Rugby Park Stadium, Invercargill, New Zealand at 07:15 SA Time (17:15 NZ Time, 14:15 Japanese Time, 05:15 GMT).

This was the live match discussion Article.

The match was broadcast LIVE on SuperSport 1 & CSN on TV in SA.

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Super RugbyThis week it is Round 9 of Super Rugby 2017!

There are 3 games on Friday 21 April 2017 and 5 games on Saturday 22 April 2017.

Two teams have BYE weekends this week, the Blues and Reds.

The action kicks off on Friday with the game between the Hurricanes and Brumbies in Napier, at 09:35 SA Time (19:35 NZ Time, 17:35 AEST, 07:35 GMT). The second match of the day sees the Waratahs hosting the Southern Kings in Sydney at 11:45 SA Time (19:45 AEST, 09:45 GMT).

On Friday evening the Emirates Lions host Los Jaguares in Johannesburg at 19:00 SA Time (14 Arg Time, 17:00 GMT).

The action starts pretty early on Saturday, with the Highlanders hosting the Sunwolves in Invercargill at 07:15 SA Time (17:15 NZ Time, 14:15 Japanese Time, 05:15 GMT)

The second game of Saturday morning is when the Crusaders host the DHL Stormers in Christchurch at 09:35 SA Time (19:35 NZ Time, 07:35 GMT).

In Western Australia, the Western Force host the Chiefs in Perth at 11:45 SA Time (17:45 AWST, 21:45 NZ Time, 09:45 GMT).

Then a few hours later, on Saturday afternoon late, the Vodacom Bulls host the Toyota Cheetahs in Pretoria at 17:15 SA Time (13:05 GMT.

The last game of the Round is in Durban when the Cell C Sharks host the Melbourne Rebels at 19:30 SA Time (17:30 GMT, Sunday 03:30 AEST).

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Lock Joe Launchbury and centre Jonathan Joseph are set to lead a list of shock English exclusions from the British and Irish Lions tour of New Zealand.  Both men, who starred in England’s Six Nations triumph, face being left out of Warren Gatland’s squad, which will be named at 12:00 BST (13:00 SA Time) on Wednesday.

About 14 Englishmen are expected to be in the 37-39-man party, including prop Kyle Sinckler and centre Ben Te’o.

But England captain Dylan Hartley’s chances are rated as 50-50.

Other stalwarts of Eddie Jones’ side, such as flankers James Haskell and Chris Robshaw, and fly-half George Ford, are also thought to be unlikely to force their way into Gatland’s plans at this stage.

Despite finishing fifth in the Six Nations, Wales are still set for a strong contingent of up to 11 players, with the likes of Alun Wyn Jones, prospective captain Sam Warburton, Taulupe Faletau, Rhys Webb, Jonathan Davies and George North among those highly likely to be included.

Conversely, winning three of their five matches in the Championship seems unlikely to have helped Scotland’s representatives, with full-back Stuart Hogg the only selection certainty.

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Nick Evans

Former All-Blacks fly-half Nick Evans is to retire at the end of the season, once his commitments with Premiership side Harlequins come to an end.

Evans, 36, won 16 caps for New Zealand and has been one of the most successful overseas imports to the Premiership since moving to the Stoop in 2008.

He won a Premiership title in 2011-12 and holds Quins’ scoring record, having amassed 2,217 points in 206 games.

“I couldn’t think of a better place to finish my career,” Evans said.

“This game has taught me everything, showed me things I could never imagine and introduced me to people that are not team-mates but family.

“I need to thank the clubs I have represented, the coaches – who have helped shape the player I am today – and the fans, both in New Zealand where it all started, and here in the UK, for their support and cheers.”

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Tuks (13) 28 / 21 (15) Maties (Final Score)

UP-Tuks (University of Pretoria) and Maties (University of Stellenbosch) did battle

in the Varsity Cup Final of 2017 at LC de Villiers Stadium, Pretoria at 19:00 SA Time (17:00 GMT).

This was the live match discussion Article.

The match was broadcast LIVE on SuperSport 1 & CSN on TV in SA.

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Super RugbyThis week it is Round 8 of Super Rugby 2017!

There is 1 game on Friday 14 April 2017 and 6 games on Saturday 15 April 2017.

Four teams have BYE weekends this week, the Highlanders, Waratahs, Western Force and Cell C Sharks.

The action kicks off on Friday with the game between the Crusaders and Sunwolves in Christchurch, at 09:35 SA Time (19:35 NZ Time, , 16:35 Japan Time, 07:35 GMT).

The action starts pretty early on Saturday, with the Reds hosting the Southern Kings in Brisbane at 07:05 SA Time (15:05 AEST, 05:05 GMT)

The second game of Saturday morning is when the Blues host the Hurricanes in Auckland at 09:35 SA Time (19:35 NZ Time, 07:35 GMT).

In Australia, the Melbourne Rebels host the Brumbies in Melbourne at 11:45 SA Time (19:45 AEST, 09:45 GMT).

Then a few hours later, on Saturday afternoon, the Toyota Cheetahs host the Chiefs in Bloemfontein at 15:05 SA Time (13:05 GMT, Sunday 01:05 NZ Time). The DHL Stormers host the Emirates Lions in Cape Town at 17:15 SA Time (15:15 GMT).

The last game of the Round is in Pretoria when the Vodacom Bulls host the Jaguares at 19:30 SA Time (14:05 Arg Time, 17:30 GMT).

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Grayson Hart

Grayson Hart is set to become the second player to join Ealing Trailfinders from Glasgow Warriors this year when the international scrum-half signs on in time for pre-season.

Hart has won three caps for Scotland and follows the route paved by fly-half Rory Clegg who arrived from Glasgow Warriors in February.

“It is such an exciting time to be joining the Ealing Trailfinders as they are playing some excellent rugby and I want to help the club continue to grow.

“I want to contribute to the club on and off the field as best as I possibly can and keep developing as a player and a person.”

The 28-year-old Hart hails from Kaitaia in New Zealand and helped their U20 side win the 2008 U20 World Championship with a 38-3 win over England in the final.

However, he qualified to play for Scotland through his maternal grandmother and won his first cap away to Canada on Scotland’s 2016 summer tour. He then won a further two against Argentina and South Africa.

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Oli Kebble

Oli Kebble will join the Warriors next season and the South African-born prop says he has ambitions to play international rugby for Scotland.

Oli will join Glasgow Warriors from the Cape Town-based Stormers after his Super Rugby commitments and will qualify for Scotland honours after completing three years of residency under World Rugby’s eligibility criteria.

He could follow in the footsteps of fellow-prop WP Nel who qualified for Scotland during his time with Edinburgh.

Oli said: “That’s definitely a goal of mine. I’d love to play international rugby and to play for Scotland would be a great honour. I know there’s a three-year waiting period and we’ll see how far I come, but it would definitely be a great thing if I could represent Scotland one day.

“For any rugby player, the ultimate goal would be to play international rugby, so I definitely considered that when talking to the Scottish Rugby Union, and that’s why I chose Glasgow in the end.”
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Super RugbyThis week it is Round 7 of Super Rugby 2017!

There is 1 game on Friday 7 April 2017, 5 games on Saturday 8 April 2017 and 1 game on Sunday 9 April 2017.

Four teams have BYE weekends this week, the Crusaders, Melbourne Rebels, Toyota Cheetahs and Emirates Lions.

The action kicks off on Friday with the game between the Hurricanes and Waratahs in Wellington, at 09:35 SA Time (19:35 NZ Time, , 17:35 AEST, 07:35 GMT).

The action starts pretty early on Saturday, with the Sunwolves hosting the Vodacom Bulls in Tokyo at 07:15 SA Time (14:15 Japan Time, 05:15 GMT)

The second game of Saturday morning is when the Highlanders host the Blues in Dunedin at 09:35 SA Time (19:35 NZ Time, 07:35 GMT).

Then the A few hours later, on Saturday afternoon, the Cell C Sharks host the Jaguares in Durban at 15:05 SA Time (10:05 Arg Time, 13:05 GMT). The DHL Stormers host the Chiefs in Cape Town at 17:15 SA Time (15:15 GMT, Sunday 03:15 NZ Time).

The last game of the Round is in Perth, Western Australia on Sunday when the Western Force host the Southern Kings at 08:05 SA Time (14:05 AWST, 06:05 GMT).

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