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Daily Telegraph : reported that Super Rugby franchises: Players urge ARU not to cut Melbourne Rebels, Western Force, ACT Brumbies

referring to READ: Australia could lose Super Rugby franchiseREAD: Cheika’s bid to bring Beale homeSANZAAR are set to meet next month to settle on a preferred new Super Rugby structure, which would replace the unpopular 18-team, four-conference model.
media_camera The five Super Rugby captains are prepared for the start the new season.
AUSTRALIA’s professional players have reiterated their desire to build a Super Rugby future in a trans-Tasman competition with New Zealand, armed with five healthy franchises.
media_camera The RUPA want the five Aussie Super Rugby sides to be preserved.
The Rugby Union Players’ Association yesterday weighed into the debate about a new format for Super Rugby by voicing opposition to the ARU potentially sacrificing one of its five teams.

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Sharks finalise Super Rugby squad

Sharks finalise Super Rugby squad

He will join an illustrious club of centurions who have played 100 Super Rugby games for the Sharks.
Durban – With the commencement of the Super Rugby competition just over a week away, Sharks coach Robert du Preez has announced his final 45-man squad as well as a 27-man touring squad which will depart for Australia on Saturday afternoon.
There is great depth, but unfortunately only 27 players can tour.”The Sharks start their Super Rugby campaign against the Reds in Brisbane on Friday, February 24.
The coach kept true to his word by selecting four uncapped Super Rugby players to join the touring squad, namely Stephan Coetzee, Jean Droste, Sbu Nkosi and new signing Jacques Vermeulen.
“It was an extremely tough decision to settle on this 27-man touring squad.

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Super Rugby 2017: Waratahs lose 50-47 in thrilling trial against Highlanders

“I really liked the guys who came on in the last 30 minutes,” Gibson said.
The fancy footwork of Highlanders players, perhaps still with Tens fever, befuddled Waratahs players who were defending one-on-one and coming off second best.
SHAREShare on Facebook SHAREShare on Twitter TWEETLink Thrills: NSW breakaway Michael Hooper breaks through the Highlanders defensive line.
Two tries to Taqele Naiyaravoro, who is every chance of pushing for a starting wing spot against the Western Force next Saturday, kept NSW in the contest.
SHAREShare on Facebook SHAREShare on Twitter TWEETLink Irae Simone cross the line for the Waratahs.

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