SA Rugby welcomes news on resumption of playing
SA Rugby CEO Jurie Roux welcomed the news from the South African Government that rugby has been given the green light to return to the playing field, under certain conditions.
Stick: “We just could not say no”
Springbok assistant coach Mzwandile Stick describes facing the British & Irish Lions as one of the best days of his playing career and says he can’t wait for next year’s series to kick off.
Impact Players: From Springboks to Players’ Fund Trustees
Stars who have donned the Green and Gold are part of the Chris Burger Petro Jackson Players’ Fund’s DNA.
Women in Rugby - Webinar Series during Women's Month
The Chris Burger Petro Jackson Players’ Fund is hosting a series of webinars highlighting Women in Rugby. Those who take to the field and those whose roles off the field are often unseen, yet are all integral parts of the beautiful game.
Physical and mental boost as Blitzboks return to training
Springbok Sevens coach Neil Powell believes his squad’s return to training will not only boost the Blitzbok players on a physical level, but will also give the players a mental boost as they prepare for their return to their base next week.
Now open: The Springbok Experience – 25 Years of Champions
“The Springbok Experience – 25 Years of Champions”, a travelling activation that will be touring through various regions of South Africa for the next year, has opened its doors at Canal Walk in Cape Town.
Latsha features as triple finalist in gsport Awards
Springbok Women’s prop Babalwa Latsha on Saturday topped the list of finalists in the 15th edition of the annual Momentum gsport Awards featuring in the Momentum Athlete of the year, Woman of the Year and Global Woman in Sport categories.
Gallery: Back on the (non-contact) training field
Old and new faces (some of them masked), hand santizer, ball cleaning, and lots of running and skills work greeted our players as they returned to the training field last week - check out some pics from Pretoria, Durban, Bloem, Cape Town (by Gallo Images) and Joburg.
Pandemic causes cancellation of HSBC Cape Town Sevens
The Cape Town leg of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series – provisionally scheduled for 4-6 December this year – has been cancelled due to the ongoing and dynamic global nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, World Rugby announced on Wednesday.
Expect the unexpected from the Vodacom Bulls
Just like high fives were replaced by elbow-bumps since South Africa’s eight franchises returned to non-contact training since the COVID-19 lockdown regulations were eased, there were some notable changes when the Vodacom Bulls returned to Loftus Versfeld last week.