Stormers

Stormers v Sharks

Newlands Stadium, Cape Town, Sunday 3.10am (AEST)

Stormers v Bulls

Newlands, Cape Town, Sunday 1.05am (AEST)

Stormers shutout Cheetahs in runaway win

Nic Groom of the Stormers breaks clear of the Cheetahs defence.

The Stormers recorded the first shutout of the Super Rugby season as they ran in four tries to comfortably beat the Cheetahs 33-0 at Newlands on Saturday.

Rugby Union

Brumbies relieved after Matt Toomua cleared to play Stormers

Injury scare ... Matt Toomua.

Chris Dutton Matt Toomua will take on the Stormers on Saturday after overcoming a thigh injury.

Rugby Union

Brumbies JP Smith playing against the Stormers

Brumbies player Jean-Pierre Smith at the club's captain's run on Friday.

Chris Dutton Brumbies rookie Jean-Pierre Smith is preparing to be thrust into battle against some of his childhood heroes.

ACT Brumbies v Western Stormers

Tomane Brumbies

Chris Wilson ACT Brumbies take on the Western Stormers in their round six match at Canberra Stadium on Saturday, from 7.40pm.

Jaco Taute last-gasp drop goal edges Stormers past Sharks

Frans Steyn takes on the Stormers defence.

A drop goal in the final play of the game from Jaco Taute handed South Africa's Stormers a 21-19 victory over the table-topping Sharks in their Super Rugby clash in Durban on Saturday.

Cheetahs v Stormers

Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein, Sunday 1am (AEST)

Robbie Coleman's magic lifts Brumbies to victory over Stormers in Super Rugby

Robbie Coleman's successful pursuit of a seemingly impossible cause earned the Brumbies a 25-15 win over the Stormers and took them back to the top of the Australian conference.

Rugby Union

ACT Brumbies defy injury toll to beat Cape Town Stormers

Scott Fardy of the Brumbies is tackled during the round six Super Rugby match between the Brumbies and the Stormers at Canberra Stadium.

Lee Gaskin The ACT Brumbies had to rely on a Stormers mistake and a penalty try to get over their South African opponents 25-15.

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Rugby

Schalk Burger flies home after more injury woe for Stormers

South Africa loose forward Schalk Burger returned home on Monday for treatment on a torn quad muscle, an injury that will rule him out of Super Rugby for at least three weeks, his Stormers side said.

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Reds predict 'bash fest' against Stormers

Returning Reds flanker Beau Robinson.

Phil Lutton No-frills Reds flanker Beau Robinson has predicted a ''bash fest'' against the Stormers on Saturday night in Brisbane as persistant rain threatens to turn an open game into trench warfare.

Rugby

Brumbies aim to exploit Stormers' defence

Rugged defender: Schalk Burger brings down Liam Squire of the Chiefs.

David Barbeler The Brumbies won't rely on the freakish heel kicks and fancy flicks the Chiefs used to crack the Stormers' famously dogged defence - they've spotted their own weaknesses.

Reds v Stormers

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Saturday 7.30pm  (AEDT)

Live: Reds v Stormers

Quade Cooper

Phil Lutton Live: Reds v Stormers

Rugby

Reds return to Super Rugby's winner's list with narrow victory over Stormers

Winning night: WIll Genia and the Reds had to work hard to beat the Stormers.

Phil Lutton There's no place like home for the Queensland Reds, who highlighted their love of Suncorp Stadium with a pressure-relieving 22-17 Super Rugby victory over the Stormers on Saturday night.

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Stormers v Highlanders

Newlands, Cape Town, Saturday 11pm (AEST)

Rugby

Waratahs to practice their poker faces against Stormers, says Sekope Kepu

Georgina Robinson Cape Town: It will be the return of the poker face when the Waratahs attempt to get their tour of South Africa back on track against the Stormers this weekend.

Rugby

Stormers edge Highlanders in thriller

Frans Malherbe: no tries in 40 matches then two in 30 minutes.

Prop Frans Malherbe waited 40 matches for a Super Rugby try then got two in the opening half hour as the Stormers hurt the Otago Highlanders' playoff hopes with a 29-28 win at Newlands on Saturday.

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Stormers v Waratahs

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