Friday Mar 27 06:10 AEDT
Sonny Bill Williams. (AAP)
Sonny Bill Williams has got over the concussion issues that ruled him out of the loss to the Sharks and will return for the Chiefs.

David Pocock. (AAP)
The Wallabies coach says David Pocock's gay slur stance won't affect his captaincy ambitions.

Jacques Potgieter. (Getty)
Waratahs forward Jacques Potgieter has been fined $20,000 for a gay slur against the Brumbies.

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