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A gutsy comeback from the Lions ensured they secured their first win of the Pro14 Rainbow Cup SA with a 34-33 triumph over the Bulls.
Vodacom Bulls Coach Jake White has thrown his full weight of support behind Morne Steyn for a surprise recall into the Springbok fold ahead of the forthcoming British & Irish Lions tour.
Bulls coach Jake White has lauded the form of prop Lizo Gqoboka who made an impressive impact off the bench against the Sharks.
The two unbeaten teams in the PRO14 Rainbow Cup SA in the Bulls and Sharks, go head-to-head on Saturday 15 May 2021.
From mid-game Halloween storms (pun-intended), clear try-scoring chances going abegging and a knock on over the try line to win it – 3 bizarre occurrences have left the Stormers shell-shocked against Jake Whites Bulls!
Duane Vermeulen returns to lead the Bulls as they travel to the Cape where they will face the Stormers at on Saturday, 8 May 2021
Two of South Africa’s franchise rugby teams, the Bulls and the Stormers, announced big sponsorship deals this week.
Nizaam Carr continues as Bulls captain in the absence of fellow Springbok Duane Vermeulen.
The shambolic Rainbow Cup is set to go ahead, but with several radical tournament alterations.
Springbok No 8 Duane Vermeulen has stepped up his fitness regime ahead of the Rainbow Cup which is set to kick off later this month.
Ulster and Springbok No 8 Marcell Coetzee has been voted in as the PRO14 Player’s Player of the Season for 2020/21.
Griquas have confirmed the departure of scrumhalf Zak Burger who has joined the Bulls with immediate effect.
Tim Agaba admits the Bulls have tried to bone up on their opponents but information is scarce, a rarity in this day and age.
Bulls captain Duane Vermeulen and stalwart centre Cornal Hendricks have been nominated for the top honour, the Players’ Player of the year alongside the Cheetahs Frans Steyn and Sharks pivot Curwin Bosch.
The Bulls have made just one change to their starting XV for the Currie Cup final against the Sharks on Saturday 30 January 2021.
The Bulls face the Lions in the first Currie Cup Semi-final on Saturday 23 January with kick-off scheduled for 14:00.
The Pumas ended their Currie Cup season on a high with an excellent performance which saw them beat a youthful Bulls team in Nelspruit.
The Cheetahs travel to Kimberley with only pride at stake on the final weekend of the round-robin phase of the Currie Cup while the Bulls are in Nelspruit.
The desire to ease the pressure closer to the semi-final stages of the Currie Cup will be a driving force for the teams in Round 3.
The Sharks have received a massive boost ahead of their top-of-the-table Currie Cup clash against the Bulls in Durban.
Bulls and Springbok scrumhalf Ivan van Zyl appears set to quit Pretoria and sign for English club Saracens.
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It may be early in the Currie Cup, but the pressure will rise significantly this weekend as the race for favourable log positions.
Vodacom Bulls Director of Rugby, Jake White, has made several changes to his Bulls squad which sees the depth of the backline being tested, with the forwards also sporting a few new faces.