According to the very reliable Jean Smyth , Western Province and Stormers fullback Joe Pieterson has penned a deal with French Top 14 side Biarritz. [...]
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DHL Stormers coach Allister Coetzee and captain Jean de Villiers looked 2 very relieved figures at Saturdays post match press conference, the Stormers had managed to see off the challenge from a Sharks side they had lost 2 in the second round of the competition and who looked to be building up some momentum while the Stormers had only a 2 from 6 win return going into the match. [...]
A pre-season shoulder injury picked up by young hooker Siyabonga Ntubeni has cause a wee bit of consternation in Stormers rugby circles, with the spotlight being shone on their lack of hooking options ahead of next month’s Super Rugby kick-off. [...]
Allister Coetzee has named his team to take on the Cheetahs in Bloem this coming Saturday in what should be an easy victory for the men from Cape Town.
It seems that the dreaded off season is drawing to a close and we are finally starting to get rugby news that we actually care about. Cricket commentary will dominate these pages for another 1 or 2 days at most but it won’t be long before normal service resumes. [...]
In news that is sure to annoy most WP/Stormers supporters, its been confirmed by www.unionsportsmag.co.za that Jaque Fourie will be joining Japanese club Panasonic Wild Knights. [...]
The DHL Stormers must win this years Super Rugby competition if they are to avoid a choker tattoo on their foreheads.
On Saturday the 26 March 2011 at Newlands the DHL Stormers raised their bat against the Western Force giving the Perth based team a 35 point hiding and in the process scored their first bonus point win in this years Super Rugby tournament, it also happened to be the first they had crossed the chalk more than once in the game. [...]
DHL Stormers Coach Allister Coetzee has named his squad to face the MTN Lions at Newlands this weekend. [...]
It is not often that the losing coach is the happier one in the post-match press conference. [...]
It is not so much specifics of the game itself, or even who they played against, what matters most is that the Sharks came to match-day with the attitude of “We owe it to ourselves, and our fans”. [...]
Success in any team is largely dependent on attitude, and if this is anything to go by, there is very little wrong in the Sharks camp. [...]