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Stormers coach Robbie Fleck had very little time to enjoy the moment of his side beating the Highlanders 34-22 at Newlands on Saturday because his attention drifted to his mounting casualty list. Captain Siya Kolisi was carried off just before half-time in the entertaining and highly physical battle with a knee injury. The inspirational captain did not do postmatch media duties because he was immediately sent to hospital for scans on the knee. Kolisi’s health will be a major concern for Fleck and for Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus with the World Cup just four months away. He has been on song in the past two weeks and appeared to be timing his return to top form perfectly from a national perspective. In further bad news for the Stormers and the Boks‚ indefatigable flank Pieter-Steph du Toit is also set to see a specialist this week after he aggravated a shoulder injury. Du Toit suffered the injury early in the game but soldiered on until the 76th minute. Du Toit has been in immense ...

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