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Recent articles by Lloyd:

Stormers won't rest star Boks until after bye week

Stormers coach John Dobson is not taking any chances ahead of Saturday's Newlands clash against the Jaguares. → Read More

Butch: Brilliant Bosch must put his hand up

2007 World cup-winning Springbok flyhalf Butch James has been pleasantly surprised by the Sharks' start to the 2020 Super Rugby season. → Read More

Du Toit backs Schoenmaker, Team SA's 2020 Olympic chances

South African Olympic and Paralympic hero Natalie du Toit has backed the country's medal chances ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. → Read More

Flo: Springbok homecoming 'blew my mind'

Francois Louw says the Springboks winning the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan still asn't sunk in for him. → Read More

Faf, Boks laughed at 'drop en skop' tag at World Cup

Springbok scrumhalf Faf de Klerk looks back with a smile when remembering the criticism he received during the 2019 World Cup. → Read More

Waugh: Proteas one-dimensional under World Cup pressure

Former Australian captain Steve Waugh believes the Proteas have not been flexible under pressure in previous major tournaments. → Read More

Fitzpatrick: Bok move to Europe makes sense, but I don't like it

Former All Blacks captain Sean Fitzpatrick wants to see the Springboks remain in the southern hemisphere. → Read More

Johnson sees 'very difficult' Olympic defence for SA hero Van Niekerk

Michael Johnson believes it will be "very difficult" for Wayde van Niekerk, the current 400m world record holder, to defend his crown at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. → Read More

Sharks' unsung hero Venter ticking the right boxes

Sharks flank James Venter is off to a cracking start in Super Rugby 2020 in his role as a specialist fetcher. → Read More

Stormers couldn't guarantee Harlequins-bound Louw game time

Stormers coach John Dobson has explained the decision to release Wilco Louw from his contract with the union. → Read More

Stormers expect to lose perfect defensive record against Lions

The Stormers are expecting to lose their perfect defensive record in Super Rugby this season when they travel to Ellis Park for a clash against the Lions on Saturday. → Read More

Proteas hero Ngidi credits bowling coach Langeveldt

Proteas seamer Lungi Ngidi has praised the work done by bowling coach Charl Langeveldt after his heroics in East London. → Read More

Drotske wants to see Boks stay south

Former Test hooker Naka Drotske would like to see the Springboks stay in the Rugby Championship. → Read More

Proteas take first positive steps in ODI recovery

The Proteas have taken their first steps towards recovering from last year's dismal World Cup. Lloyd Burnard reports. → Read More

Boucher sees 'unique' De Kock as long-term Proteas skipper

Proteas coach Mark Boucher believes that Quinton de Kock is a long-term captaincy option as plans for the 2023 Cricket World Cup in India continue. → Read More

Realigned Bavuma praises batting guru Kallis

Temba Bavuma says the time away from the Test side during the England series gave him an opportunity to reflect and work on his batting. → Read More

De Kock inspiring Proteas through actions more than words

Quinton de Kock is looking to let his performances do the talking as he settles into his new role as Proteas ODI skipper. → Read More

Bavuma's 'awkwardness' at being centre of transformation talk

Temba Bavuma says being the centre of the transformation talk in South African cricket has had an effect on him. → Read More

De Kock's Proteas trounce England, start new ODI era in style

Cape Town - The Proteas were barely recognisable at Newlands on Tuesday, cruising to a 7-wicket victory in the first ODI against England with 2.2 overs to spare. In Quinton de Kock's first game as full-time captain, the hosts were superior to the world champions in all departments - a welcome sign given the well-documented strife of their summer so far and everything that happened at the World… → Read More

Shamsi sparks new-look Proteas into life at Newlands

The Quinton de Kock era of South African ODI cricket was off to a promising start on Tuesday as the Proteas restricted England to ???/? at Newlands. → Read More