The Bulls will be hosting the Stormers on Saturday 16 February in their opening clash of the 2019 Super Rugby tournament.
Super Hero Sunday continues with the Super Rugby pre-season action. Stormers take on the Bulls and we’ve got rolling live updates here.
Former Blitzbok pair Rosko Specman and Seabelo Senatla are both looking to make a splash in 2019’s Super Rugby tournament.
Ivan van Zyl wants to show that he deserves the Springbok number nine jersey with a strong Super Rugby campaign with the Bulls.
The Stormers dropped the ball in attempting to sign both Schalk Brits and Corne Fourie when they only had space for one.
Springbok winger Cornal Hendricks will return to Super Rugby next year in the colours of the Bulls.
The controversial singer has threatened to “break up” with the Blue Bulls after his song was binned.
Stuart Barnes, the former international turned scribed, let off an epic rant over the appointment of John Mitchell as England’s defensive coach.
The search for John Mitchell’s replacement continues.
Rassie Erasmus could lead the Blue Bulls forward in 2019.
John Mitchell is heading off to greener pastures, leaving the Bulls with a bad case of the blues. Who will step up to the coaching plate?
First John Mitchell asked the Blue Bulls board for R90 million, and now he may be heading over to coach England.
That’s a lot of money for one of the worst performing teams of the South African conference in the 2018 Super Rugby competition.
The Blue Bulls won only six out of 16 matches in this year’s Super Rugby tournament – but coach John Mitchell says he can turn it all around, with the help of R90 million.
Who will finish on a high before the playoffs?
Can the Blue Bulls turn the losing streak around?
Handre Pollard will lead the Bulls against the Sunwolves in Singapore this weekend.
After almost two decade as a professional rugby player, Perdue has called it a day.
A red card only gave the Brumbies more fuel as they charged past the Bulls.
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Mitchell Hunt’s boot and the Crusaders’ ability to absorb and transfer pressure piled more woe onto John Mitchell and his Bulls as they suffered yet another Super Rugby defeat on Friday.
The Bulls will keen to bounce back when they travel to Brisbane to take on the Reds on Saturday.