Liam Del Carme, Times LIVE

Liam Del Carme

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Johannesburg, GP, South Africa

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Past articles by Liam:

Flightless Griffons hit the road back in Currie Cup as struggles persist

The Griffons kick off their campaign on Saturday and will travel to the east coast by bus → Read More

Backs to the wall mindset does it for Lions

Daring win at Loftus keeps their faint hope of reaching the URC top eight alive → Read More

Franco Smith a seasoned underdog whisperer

It comes naturally to Franco Smith to get things done, quietly. → Read More

LIAM DEL CARME | Dark clouds or a storm in a teacup at WP Rugby?

Some of the dissidents that were kicked into touch when Saru placed WP Rugby under administration want to re-emerge → Read More

RG Snyman’s return could see Springboks unlock a higher level

Assistant coach Mzwandile Stick keen to see dynamic Munster player back in the second row → Read More

Siya Kolisi ready to roll for Springboks again in World Cup year

But cautions the Boks need to better than they were four years ago to win title → Read More

LIAM DEL CARME | Lions are stalking failure unless they shift business focus

The three-time Super Rugby finalists are struggling to keep up with bigger-spending franchises → Read More

Issues plaguing Durban, KZN and SA give Sharks’ US investors pause

Marco Masotti excited despite distinct challenges facing URC franchises → Read More

Saru makes decisions that impact my asset: Sharks boss

Sharks majority shareholder Marco Masotti believes rugby's amateur roots is inhibiting its growth. → Read More

LIAM DEL CARME | The one-sided maul is not everyone’s cup of tea

One of the Boks’ most reliable weapons, the maul, has been referred to as sanctioned cheating → Read More

Lions looking beyond the URC table

They are more focused on their clash in breezy Galway against Connacht → Read More

Jones in pound seats, again, inheriting a Wallabies Rennie was knocking into shape

Seasoned campaigner, Eddie Jones, could be set to be involved in his fourth Rugby World Cup final → Read More

Boks thin on opponents from the north in World Cup tune-up

This year, however, the world champs could have a bonanza against the All Blacks. → Read More

Five young guns likely to go bang in 2023!

Next year's Rugby World Cup will be the major attraction, but there's talent that will be difficult to ignore. → Read More

Many positives Stormers can take from losing debut in Champions Cup

Of the eight matches involving URC teams last weekend, only the Bulls, Sharks and Leinster secured wins → Read More

Dobson looking for a storming start against Clermont

A sustained 80-minute effort is, however, a requirement against the French club → Read More

'A win isn't just important for the tour but for momentum going forward': Bok skipper Siya Kolisi.

This was the birthday week of William Webb Ellis, the man who committed the biggest hand ball ever. → Read More

While Nienaber hops minefield, siege mentality may drive Boks against England

Head coach takes exception to the perception that Boks are unadventurous plodders → Read More

Boks’ best miss out at World Rugby awards

World Rugby's annual awards ceremony has left South Africans with a bitter taste in the mouth. → Read More

Unleashed Springboks seek consistency

Players and coach insist they’re heading in the right direction → Read More