McCall backs his men to deliver

August 26, 2016 0

TweetSaracens director of rugby Mark McCall believes his young squad can deliver once again in both the Premiership and Champions Cup this season. The Allianz Park giants won both competitions last term, with their young […]

Munster gained what SA Rugby lost…

April 26, 2016 0

TweetMunster have announced the appointment of Rassie Erasmus as their new Director of Rugby and it is funny how selective SA Rugby quotes only part of it. Someone this weekend said that South African fans […]

Racing end Toulon’s

April 11, 2016 0

TweetMaxime Machenaud’s late penalty ensured that Racing 92 will face Leicester in the Champions Cup semi-finals after beating Toulon 19-16. Juan Imhoff scored the opener two minutes in but was matched by Charles Ollivon in […]

Saffas sizzle across Europe

March 15, 2016 4

Tweet SARugbymag.co.za looks back at the past weekend’s English Premiership, French Top 14 and Six Nations matches, involving South African players. ENGLISH PREMIERSHIP – Bath, with Francois Louw at flank, slumped to a 35-28 defeat against […]

14 Man Stade beat poor Munster…

January 9, 2016 0

Tweet Stade Francais wing Josaia Raisuqe was sent off but that did not stop the French champions inflicting a heavy defeat on Munster in Paris. Raisuqe was sent off World Cup Final referee Nigel Owens […]

Racing 92 claim last ditch bonus

January 9, 2016 0

TweetDan Carter kicked 12 points as Racing 92 maintained their unbeaten run in the Champions Cup against Glasgow Warriors. The current World Player of the Year kicked five from five as the French league leaders […]

Louw extend stay at Bath ’till 2019

January 6, 2016 0

Tweet   Bath Rugby is delighted to announce that flanker Francois Louw has extended his contract with the Club. The new extension means the South African will be with the West Country side until at […]

The declining power of Pro12 in Europe?

November 22, 2015 0

Tweet By:THEBLITZDEFENCE We are only a few games in to the new European Champions Cup tournament but already we have seen the best the Pro12 can offer being humbled by their French and English counterparts. […]

PRO12 Round 2 Highlights

September 14, 2015 0

TweetCheck out highlights from all the action in Round 2 of the Guinness Pro12, which featured wins for Munster, Leinster Scarlets, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dragons.  A last minute try from CJ Stander saw Munster make […]

Preview: England vs Ireland

September 4, 2015 1

Tweet   By: Jacques Nortier     Playing in the “Group of Death” with Wales and Australia, England have no such game as a friendly when they take on Ireland on Saturday. Wales coach Warren […]

Ireland walk over Wales in warm-up

August 10, 2015 7

TweetThe Northern Hemisphere has started there warm-up to next months World Cup in England with Ireland getting over Wales this past weekend in a warm-up match 35-21. The score actually flatters the Wales team in […]

Stander’s a standout performer

July 2, 2015 9

TweetCJ Stander became the first non-Irishman to win Munster’s Player of the Year award and qualifies to play for Ireland after the World Cup. GERRY THORNLEY reports. The list of Munster’s overseas players is fairly […]

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