Dillyn Leyds

Where’s the James in small wings?

James Small is not remembered as an undersized, attack-only back, DEVIN HERMANUS wonders why the same can’t be said of SA’s current tramline cruiserweights. READ MORE

Devin Hermanus

Leyds on Bok charge

FRESH TAKE: Dillyn Leyds has left compatriots in his dust this season, DEVIN HERMANUS writes the versatile Stormers flyer back into the Bok squad. READ MORE

Devin Hermanus

Toxic rugby drives Bok exodus

SA unions cannot match big-money offers made by overseas clubs, but BRENDEN NEL says it would be harder for top players to leave if our house was in order. READ MORE

Brenden Nel

Final shot at Bok tour

FRESH TAKE: The Currie Cup final doubles as a last chance for the likes of Akker van der Merwe and JD Schickerling to book a seat on the November tour to Europe, writes DAWIE BOONZAAIER. READ MORE

Dawie Boonzaaier

Golden duel in Currie Cup final

BIG DEBATE: The AOR team anticipates which position battle will win the war for the 2018 Currie Cup title at Newlands on Saturday.  READ MORE

Big Debate

WP good, or Currie Cup bad?

Western Province have skittled all comers this season, BRENDEN NEL applauds the defending champions but questions the quality of the Currie Cup. READ MORE

Brenden Nel

Cheika ready for a street fight

Australia are seventh on the world rankings and Michael Cheika’s job is on the line, BRENDEN NEL expects the Wallabies to come out swinging for their embattled coach. READ MORE

Brenden Nel

Gelant to boogie at wing?

FRESH TAKE: Warrick Gelant is a deadly attacking force, but DAWIE BOONZAAIER isn’t convinced he’s got the refined boot required to line up at fullback for the Boks.  READ MORE

Dawie Boonzaaier

No-look pass sees Stormers past Chiefs

In our look back at the 2017 Super Rugby season, here’s a tip of the hat to Stormers flyer Dillyn Leyds who scalped the Chiefs in Round 7 with an audacious pass off the deck! READ MORE

All Out Rugby Staff Writer

Leyds, Kriel save Bok blushes

A controversial try scored by Jesse Kriel sealed the victory as the Springboks held on to beat France 18-17 in Paris on Saturday night. READ MORE

All Out Rugby Staff Writer

The try that changed the Final

OOM RUGBY illustrates the genesis of Dillyn Leyds’ try, a moment that he ranks as the turning point in the Currie Cup final. READ MORE

Oom Rugby

Leyds hares into Stats XV

STATS XV: Dillyn Leyds kicked, ran and tackled his way into this week’s lineup, but he and Israel Folau may need to make up before sharing a change room. READ MORE

All Out Rugby Staff Writer