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FILE: Emirates Lions captain Warren Whiteley. Picture: Supplied.

2018 super rugby

Lions need to be alert from the start in Super Rugby final

The Lions have been forced onto the back foot after going behind early in their last three games.

  • The Hurricanes and the Chiefs in action during their Super Rugby match on 13 April 2018. Picture: @Hurricanesrugby/Twitter

    Hurricanes beat the Chiefs 25-13

    Following two changes from the Chiefs to the Hurricanes’ five; both teams bounced back after a poor start to the season. The game served as the opening fixture to this round of Super Rugby action this weekend.

  • Nicholas Groom (centre) during his time with Northampton Saints. Picture: @SaintsRugby/Twitter

    Lions sign scrumhalf Groom

    The Johannesburg based franshise have suffered numerous injuries in the opening few weeks of Super Rugby and have brought Groom in to provide additional depth to the squad.

  • Tim Agaba (in green) will make his Super Rugby debut for the Bulls. Picture: Twitter/@Blitzboks

    Agaba to start for Bulls in Christchurch

    Tim Agaba will make his starting debut for the Blue Bulls in one of three changes to the starting line-up when they take on the Crusaders in Christchurch on Friday morning.

  • Beast Mtawarira and Akker van der Merwe of the Sharks. Picture: Twitter/@TheSharksZA

    Sharks change two for Brumbies clash

    The Sharks have made just two changes to the side that demolished the Sunwolves 50-22 a week ago at Growth Point Kings Park, ahead of their first match on their Australasia tour against the Brumbies in Canberra on Saturday.

  • Springbok Fullback Warrick Gelant will start against the Reds in Queensland. Picture: Twitter/@BlueBullsRugby

    Gelant makes first start for Bulls against Reds

    Springbok fullback, Warrick Gelant will make his first Super Rugby start of the season for the Blue Bulls when they take on the Queensland Reds at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday morning.

  • FILE: The Lions won their first game back from their tour of Australasia. Picture: thebulls.co.za.

    Lions down Bulls in South African derby

    The Johannesburg-based side scored tries through props Ruan Dreyer and Jacques Van Rooyen, lock Marvin Orie and hooker Malcolm Marx as their pack dominated.