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Fourie du Preez
Thursday 3rd June 11:53
South Africa scrum-half Fourie du Preez is set for a lengthy injury lay-off after opting have shoulder surgery.
Wednesday 17th March 14:57
Fourie du Preez has agreed a 12-month extension to his contract with the Bulls - although he will leave for Japan after the World Cup.
Saturday 29th August 13:14
South Africa took a step closer to winning a third Tri-Nations title with a 32-25 victory over Australia in Perth on Saturday.
Tuesday 31st March 12:01
Springbok scrum-half Fourie du Preez has signed a contract to stay with the Blue Bulls until the end of 2010.
Thursday 13th November 18:37
South Africa scrum-half Fourie du Preez will miss Saturday's Test match against Scotland after injuring a quadriceps muscle.
Friday 23rd May 13:00
South Africa will be without World Cup-winners Schalk Burger, Fourie du Preez and Jacque Fourie for both summer Tests against Wales.
Monday 17th March 14:46
The Bulls have suffered a triple blow with the news that Bryan Habana, Fourie du Preez and Wilhelm Steenkamp will all be sidelined
Monday 19th November 16:28
South Africa's scrum-half Fourie du Preez has withdrawn from the Springboks' tour of Great Britain.
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