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George Byron Deputy sports editor & rugby writer

George Byron is the rugby writer and deputy sports editor for The Herald and Weekend Post. He won the national Vodacom Superjourno of the Year award in 2013 for his coverage of Super Rugby. He is a previous sports editor of the Evening Post, Weekend Post and Herald.


Boks expect thriller against All Blacks, says le Roux

Rugby fans can expect nerve-jangling thriller which goes down to the wire when Springboks face the All Blacks on ...


Bring on the angry All Blacks, says Paulse

Spicy battles are on the cards when a wounded and angry All Blacks team arrives in SA for back-to-back Tests against ...


Former Elephants GM Manana joins Blue Bulls Company

Former EP Rugby general manager Thando Manana has joined the Blue Bulls Company (Pty) Ltd as special projects manager.


Bad day at office for Elephants in final, says Mhani

It was a bad day at the office for the Elephants when they crashed to a heavy 45-16 defeat to the Griffons in the ...


EP may face nerve-jangling extra time in semifinal

EP’s Elephants could face 20 minutes of nerve jangling extra-time against the SWD Eagles if the scores are tied at the ...


Stormers must be clinical against Ulster, warns Dobson

If the Stormers want to advance to the United Rugby Championship final they must be more clinical against Ulster in ...


Elephants gunning for top-four Currie Cup finish

EP will fight to the death for a top four finish which will earn them a berth in the Currie Cup First Division ...


Elephants ready for brutal promotion dogfight

A brutal dogfight for log points will unfold when EP’s charging Elephants face the Griffons in a winner takes all ...


Elephants face moment of truth in decider

Looking after the ball and attacking the gainline will be EP coach Dumisani Mhani’s war cry when he sends his troops ...


EP players prepared to die for one another, says Mhani

EP’s players will be prepared to die for one another when they face the Falcons in a must-win Carling Currie Cup First ...