Sport: Rugby

Crusaders come from behind to take the game away from Stormers
The wife of former Lions rugby player, Johan Kemp, has corrected earlier reports regarding the details of his murder.
The Bulls have lost three in a row on the road, this time losing 23-20 in a tightly contested, nail-biting tie against the Canberra Brumbies on Saturday at the Canberra Stadium.
Chiefs beat the Blues 23-16 on Saturday, making it four straight wins against the Auckland side.
The Wellington side clinched a third consecutive win at the expense of Kings
The Chiefs are up against the Blues while the Brumbies are hoping to hand the Bulls their third straight defeat. Elsewhere, the Stormers face off against the Crusaders.
Schalk Burger could be out for a further eight weeks afte contracting bacterial meningitis
Kurtley Beale has agreed to an indefinite break from rugby and will seek help after being sent home from South Africa over an altercation with his Rebels teammates
SARU are aiming to open a Rugby museum and 43 captains attended the launch on Wednesday
Stormers forward Steven Kitshoff has been suspended for one week, after being found guilty of a dangerous tackle.
The Stormers end the Brumbies' unbeaten streak, the Sharks drown the Rebels, the Bulls lose again and the Highlanders can't seem to win.
Poor results on Friday from South Africa in the Hong Kong Sevens, the sixth leg of the IRB world series
The Stormers are hoping to end the Brumbies' unbeaten streak when the two sides clash in a Super Rugby tie on Saturday.
The Chiefs grinded out a hard-fought victory over the Highlanders by beating them 19-7 in New Zealand.
World Series leaders New Zealand are favourites to win the Hong Kong Sevens this weekend.
World Series leaders New Zealand are favourites to win the Hong Kong Sevens this weekend but in a season which has proved unpredictable there's plenty room for an upset.
Port Elizabeth rugby franchise Southern Kings is being investigated by SARU for an alleged breach of contract.
The Sharks are hoping for a change of fortune against the Rebels on Saturday after their embarrassing loss to the Brumbies.
The Crusaders avoided their worst start to a Super Rugby season in 17 years by beating South Africa's Bulls 41-19 on Saturday in the tournament's fifth round.
Sharks coach John Plumtree says his team was left “embarrassed and hurt” after being stunned in a 29-10 defeat to the Brumbies in Durban on Saturday.
Brumbies remain unbeaten in this Super Rugby season so far
Force were the underdogs but managed to turn the tide and win
Highlanders went down in third straight defeat, adding to their woes
Individual brilliance seals victory for the Bloemfontein side
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