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LIAM DEL CARME
Australia v New Zealand
In a desperate reach for the X-factor Wallaby coach Ewen McKenzie surprised when he included Kurtley Beale at flyhalf for the Rugby Championship opener in Sydney.

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PHANTOM
AFTER the Currie Cup began last weekend, it is now time for the Rugby Championship to start.


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PHANTOM
2013 Currie Cup winners the Sharks will come into this year’s edition as favourites to lift the cup again.

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LIAM DEL CARME (Sunday Times)
EP Kings v Western Province
The Kings have a high hurdle to clear on their return to Currie Cup rugby's top table.

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LIAM DEL CARME (Sunday Times)
Blue Bulls u21 v Free State u21
The Bulls have recorded run away victories in their first two matches.

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PHANTOM
The Waratahs will host their first Super Rugby Final in Sydney this weekend but they will have their work cut out to beat a rampant Crusaders side who look for their eighth success in this famous tournament.

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LIAM DEL CARME (Sunday Times)
Crusaders v Sharks
Having lost their previous clash against the Sharks in Christchurch the Crusaders have called the cavalry for this semifinal clash. Kieran Read, Richie McCaw, Dan Carter and Israel Dagg are all back in the fold.

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PHANTOM
IT would take a seriously optimistic Sharks supporter to tip them to win in Christchurch against a rampant Crusaders side, but one needs to remember that they have done it already, with 14 men.

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LIAM DEL CARME (Sunday Times)
Brumbies v Chiefs
This is a repeat of last year's final in which the Chiefs maintained their grip on the trophy.

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PHANTOM
The Sharks are the only South African side left in Super Rugby but they will be unhappy with their performances to end the season because they were in pole position to top the log and have a free run to a home Final.

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