• Emirates Lions coach Swys de Bruin will assist the Springboks during the June series: Picture: Twitter/@LionsRugbyCo

    Lions change two for Reds battle

    Two changes were made to the Emirates Lions starting line-up to face the Reds at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane for their Vodacom Super Rugby game on Saturday.

  • Nic Groom (L) of the Stormers, clears the ball out of a scrum during the Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Chiefs at Newlands Rugby Stadium in Cape Town on 9 March 2013. Picture: AFP

    Groom poised for Lions debut

    Nic Groom who arrives from English Premiership side Northampton Saints will provide scrum-half cover for Dillon Smit on the bench and is in line to make his Lions debut.

  • 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.

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

    Lions trio to miss Jaguares clash

    Ross Cronje, Jacobie Adriaanse and Andries Ferreira are expected to be fit for the following week when they take on the Crusaders at home.

  • The Emirates Lions beat the Sunwolves 40-38 at Emirates Airline Park on Saturday afternoon. Picture: Twitter/@LionsRugbyCo

    Lions edge out Sunwolves

    The Lions drew first blood when Springbok hooker Malcom Marx went through a gaping hole in midfield before giving a long pass out to fellow Springbok Andries Coetzee.

  • Emirates Lions captain Warren Whiteley will lead his side against the Crusaders in the Super Rugby playoff. Picture: Supplied.

    Lions captain Whiteley ruled out for a month

    Emirates Lions captain Warren Whiteley was stretchered off after picking up a grade II PCL knee injury during the 38-35 shock defeat to the Blues at Emirates Airline Park.

  • Sylvian Mahuza of the Emirates Lions scores a try during the SuperRugby match between Emirates Lions and Waratahs. Picture: AFP

    Lions unchanged for Blues clash

    The Emirates Lions are unchanged from the side that beat the Bulls 45-28 at Loftus last Saturday ahead of their clash against the Auckland Blues at Emirates Airline Park on Saturday.