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Schalk Burger - who is set to play his 100th Super Rugby game for the Stormers - has been lauded for his efforts.
Schalk Burger will start at flank for the Stormers when they tackle the Highlanders in what will be his 100th Super Rugby game.
Stormers centre Juan de Jongh says the team will be focused on achieving successful results during their tour in Australasia.
Schalk Burger is likely to start for the Stormers in his 100th Super Rugby clash when they tackle the Highlanders in Dunedin.
Stormers trio Eben Etzebeth, Michael Rhodes and Louis Schreuder are all training well ahead of their clash against the Highlanders.
Statistics show that SA teams are battling to construct tries in Super Rugby and spending a lot of time defending, writes Rob Houwing .
Juan de Jongh says playing a leadership role in the team has helped him mature as a player.
The Stormers, after a long travel schedule, have settled into their Queenstown base ahead of their first Super Rugby tour match.
SARU has clarified its stance regarding the resting of top Springbok players during this year’s Super Rugby competition.
The Stormers will be captained by Juan de Jongh when they open their Australasian tour against the Highlanders.
Stormers coach Allister Coetzee believes his squad is in a better space physically heading into their four match Super Rugby tour.
Allister Coetzee says the Stormers have enough loose forward depth to account for the absence of Duane Vermeulen.
The Stormers have announced a 27-man touring squad for their upcoming Super Rugby trip to Australasia.
Springbok lock Eben Etzebeth will not head abroad after this year's Rugby World Cup, the WP Rugby Union has assured.
Stormers lock Jean Kleyn has agreed a contract extension with the Western Province Rugby Union.
Stormers captain Duane Vermeulen will not play in the team's next Super Rugby match - against the Highlanders in Dunedin.
5 talking points: Super Rugby Week 6
Sharks centre Frans Steyn has been found NOT GUILTY of a dangerous tip-tackle against the Chiefs. Your thoughts?
Yet another disgraceful disicion by a SANZAR Judicial Officier!
Lesson learnt: If you wish to get away with a tip-tackle, ensure two team-mates make it even MORE dangerous for the player on the receiving end
Both 1 and 2...
Didn't see the incident, can't comment
Good decision, deserved to get off
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