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Jamie Roberts, 24 died at the scene after she was struck by an automobile in central Kentucky. A bicyclist riding across the country to raise money for cancer research died late Friday when she was hit by a vehicle while changing a tire on the side
Springbok midfielder Jan Serfontein says he is ready for the challenge of tackling Wales' big inside centre, Jamie Roberts. Serfontein, 21, will get his chance in the starting line-up against the Welsh at Kings Park in Durban on Saturday. He got his
Wales waiting on George North recovery First Test: South Africa v Wales Warren Gatland appears unlikely to spring too many surprises when he names Wales' team to face South Africa in the first Test. The Wales coach's main concern after Tuesday's
There was a mix bag of reasons given for the three changes made to the Springbok team for Saturday's first Test against Wales at Kings Park, and amazingly for this time of year, the word injury wasn't even mentioned once. To list them: one of them
Springbok defence coach John McFarland says the centre combination of Frans Steyn and JP Pietersen worked well against the World XV and he's confident they will also pass the test against Wales in Durban on Saturday (17:05 kick-off). Pietersen, who
Osprey earns first Wales start at full-back Eastern Province Kings v Wales Uncapped Osprey Matthew Morgan will start at full-back when Wales face Eastern Province Kings on Tuesday...The game is a warm-up match ahead of Tests against South Africa on
James Hook lured by promise of Gloucester fly-half spot James Hook says the prospect of playing regularly at fly-half helped persuade him to join Gloucester. The 28-year-old expects to fill the gap left at Kingsholm by Leicester-bound Freddie Burns.
Wales scrum-half eyes South Africa 'scalp' Scrum-half Mike Phillips has targeted victory against South Africa during Wales' two-Test summer tour. Wales will play the Springboks in two Test matches, in Durban on 14 June and Nelspruit on 21 June.
The Six Nations is Ireland's to lose and I don't think they will. But England have to ignore that, ignore the table and that 49-point advantage Ireland have it is all but out of England's hands and so they must go to Rome and keep playing as they
It should be hard to make much sense of anything on an early March day when London is warmer than Ibiza, where anthropomorphic daffodils swill lager and there are enough men dressed as crusaders to lay siege to Jerusalem, let alone sing it. But after