United Rugby Championship exposes SA teams’ lack of skill

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Robbi Kempson this week said the results hadn’t exactly been a surprise. Photo: Gallo Images
Robbi Kempson this week said the results hadn’t exactly been a surprise. Photo: Gallo Images

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Having been sent up north to test the waters for a long-held belief that playing in Europe would be a commercial game-changer for SA Rugby, the Cheetahs and Kings’ returns of 20 wins from 42 matches and four wins from 55 games in Pro14 suggested that it was a job for the relative cavalry of the Bulls, Sharks, Stormers and Lions.

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