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Thursday Jul 24 04:14 AEST
The Sharks have beaten the Highlanders. (Getty)
South Africa's Sharks beat New Zealand's Highlanders in Durban to join ACT Brumbies in Super Rugby's semi-finals.

Kurtley Beale celebrates a try for the Waratahs. (Getty)
The Waratahs juggernaut has powered on but not before the Reds exposed a worrying chink.

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No quick fix for sevens success: JenkinsAustralian captain Ed Jenkins says New Zealand have set the benchmark for sevens success by sticking with a core squad. Brumbies profiling Super Rugby refereesIt's been revealed the Brumbies have commissioned profiles of Super Rugby referees as they look to break their 10-year title drought. McKenzie tipping classic Super semi-finalWallabies coach Ewen McKenzie says he can't pick a winner between the NSW Waratahs and Brumbies in Saturday's Super Rugby semi-final. Speight edges closer to Wallabies debutFijian-born flyer Henry Speight has replaced departing fan favourite Nick Cummins in the Wallabies' 32-man squad for the Rugby Championship. Genia and Cooper to miss BledisloeThe only Australian halves pairing to have tasted Test-match success against the All Blacks in the past five years are likely to miss the Bledisloe Cup series. Lucas eager to turn backyard into goldAustralian sevens dynamo Tom Lucas grew up as one of four rugby-playing brothers - and a desire to conquer New Zealand. Potgieter back for Waratahs semiSouth African powerhouse Jacques Potgieter has been recalled to the starting side for the NSW Waratahs' Super Rugby semi-final with the Brumbies. Folau looking to raise his gameNSW Waratahs superstar Israel Folau is promising '150 per cent' in his first finals appearance in any code since 2009. Test spots last thing on Brumbies' mindsThe Waratahs v Brumbies clash will feature more than 30 Test players, and for some it will be the last chance to impress Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie. Douglas not ready to say goodbye yetDeparting Waratahs lock Kane Douglas wants to ensure next Saturday's Super Rugby semi-final against the Brumbies isn't his last game for NSW. Sevens draw favours England: AustraliaAustralian sevens coach Geraint John says a lop-sided Commonwealth Games schedule favours England over his side. Speight's jaw passes the tuna steak testDespite copping a knock to his jaw in Saturday's qualifying final win over the Chiefs, Henry Speight has been given the all-clear to take on the Waratahs. Broncos loss is Sevens gain with McMahonSean McMahon has no intention of returning to rugby league, despite crediting the 13-man game for shaping the style of play he hopes will yield Glasgow gold. Fit again Betham wants finals actionNSW Waratahs winger Peter Betham wants to play in Saturday's Super Rugby semi-final against the Brumbies despite being out for more than three months. Brumbies fans to swell Super semi crowdA large group of travelling Brumbies fans for next Saturday's Super Rugby semi with the Waratahs could help set a NSW finals crowd record attendance. Vegas debut sets up Gill's hunt for goldThe spearhead of Australia's Commonwealth Games sevens rugby tilt, Liam Gill, made his debut in an unusual place for a 17-year-old.
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