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Super Rugby Classic Match | Bulls v Stormers - 2010 Final
Super Rugby Classic Match | Bulls v Stormers - 2010 Final

Super Rugby Classic Match | Bulls v Stormers - 2010 Final With South Africa hosting the 2010 FIFA World Cup the Bulls had to host both their Semi Final (a win ...

We would have seen another superhero derby at Loftus today. But since the Vodacom Bulls can’t host the DHL Stormers during lockdown, let’s take a look at what happened to the same fixture last year. Sprinkling some extra Specmagic for Bulls fans today.

Another batch leaves Cape Town, with the Bulls also losing a player

Parece, por cuestión de estilo, un jugador que encaja mejor en Stormers que en Blue Bulls.

How does former Bulls fullback @WarrickGelant look in a Stormers jersey?

Ten years ago today, the Bulls defeated the Stormers 25-17 in the 2010 Super 14 final to win their third and most recent Super Rugby title 🏆

The Bulls remain the only South African side to have won Super Rugby.

Ten years ago today, the Bulls defeated the Stormers 25-17 in the 2010 Super 14 final to win their third and most recent Super Rugby title 🏆 The Bulls remain the only South African side to have won Super Rugby.

DHL Stormers’ David Kriel & Schalk Erasmus have signed for the Vodacom Bulls while hooker Dan Jooste will join the Cell C Sharks #SSRugby

The #Stormers announce that David Kriel and Schalk Erasmus will join the Bulls while Dan Jooste heads to the Sharks when their respective contracts are up at the end of October.

From when I was about 9 I knew who my clubs/teams where, my dad explained how everything worked. I supported whoever was winning. So it went: Man U Ferarri Chicago Bulls Orlando Pirates (dads team) Stormers (only cos my bro supported the Sharks)


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