We are back to Super Rugby mode, at least for the African Conferences. Africa 1 and 2 will be in action this weekend after the International break.

Teams should pick up from where they left off before the break. Jaguares have pretty much stayed together throughout the month of June.


First game is the Sharks hosting the Bulls at Kings Park on Friday evening at 19:00 pm CAT.

Bulls have been worse than the Sharks this season, i dont see them troubling the Durban side at home.

Sharks by 8

Jaguares vs Kings – 01:05am Saturday CAT 

The Jaguares team enjoyed some international rugby exposure during the June Tests. I expect them to be well preoared for the Kings on Friday, even though Davids has chosen a strong sode to travel to Argentina.

Jaguares by 10
Cheetahs vs Stormers – 15:05pm CAT – Saturday 

Stormers travel to Bloemfontein. Western Cape side showed too much class the last time these two teams met earlier in the competition. Skipper Kolisi and Etzebeth showed good form in the Tests against France, their experience will be key in this fixture.

Stormers by 10

Lions vs Sunwolves  – 17:10pm CAT – Saturday 

Moondogs up against Lions will be a one sided affair.
Lions by 15+