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Kwagga Smith will only be available for four tournaments in the next World Sevens series to focus more time on 15-man rugby.
Three former Springbok U20 captains will combine as the Blue Bulls’ back row when they take on the Golden Lions in Pretoria on Friday.
Bath have announced that their former captain Stuart Hooper will take up the role of Performance and Player Development Director at the club.
Western Province have recruited New Zealander Paul Feeney on a consultancy basis to improve their attacking skills.
Edinburgh fly-half Jason Tovey is expected to be sidelined for around eight weeks with a wrist injury.
Argentina lock Tomas Lavanini and winger Manuel Montero will miss their country’s tour to New Zealand and Australia due to injury.
The Brumbies front row stocks have received a boost for 2017, with talented prop Nic Mayhew signing a one-year deal with the club.
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The Crusaders have announced that former All Blacks full-back Leon MacDonald will be one of their assistant coaches in 2017.
The Waratahs have announced the signing of powerful second row duo Dean Mumm and Leon Power.