Category: Rugby News

NZ squad to tour South Africa

Daniel Carter and Sonny Bill Williams among big players miss out on the squad to tour Africa, I mean South Africa. There will also be no Waisake Naholo as the start winger managed to break his leg on what was…

Investic Internatonal Rugby Academy

The development of a skill set is key to achieving, whether in the class room, in the work place, or on the rugby field. The Investec International Rugby Academy provides world class courses that give amateur rugby players, as well…

Nelson Mandela Legacy Cup Launched

The Springboks and Blue Label Telecoms Proteas will go head-to-head in the Nelson Mandela Legacy Cup T20 match at the Bidvest Wanderers Stadium on 5 December 2014. The South African Rugby Union (SARU) and Cricket South Africa (CSA) will partner…

RIP Tinus Linee

Tinus Linee passed away on Monday morning after losing his battle with motor neuron disease. Linee was diagnosed with MND in April last year and his deteriorating health resulted in him having financial difficulties. He auctioned off his Springbok and…

Newsflash (22Oct)

All the news, all around the world   Michael Cheika the new Australian Head Coach Michael Cheika has accepted a three-year offer to take on the Wallabies coaching job left vacant by the resignation of Ewen McKenzie. A source close…

Newsflash (21OCT)

All the news, all around the world   Michael Cheika has accepted a three-year offer to take on the Wallabies coaching job left vacant by the resignation of Ewen McKenzie. A source close to Cheika confirmed he would take up…

Interview with Jacques Potgieter

Simon Hill from Ballz Radio talked to Springbok and Waratahs player, Jacques Potgieter all the way from Japan where he is representing the Japanese Top League side, Fukuoka Sanix Blues. Jacques Potgieter had an unbelievable season with the Super Rugby Champions,…

Honey Badger spills the beans

Moving to Japan for any rugby player will be a huge adjustment and more so for the Honey Badger(Nick Cummins), ESPNscrum did an exclusive with one of the most loved rugby players in the world. Moving to Japan has not…

The gentleman’s game

Rugby may be a hooligan’s game but the adage of the gentleman who play it has never been truer than after this weekend – especially in comparison to ‘that other sport.’  By: Darryn Pollock from Rugby365 The rivalry between the…

Robbie Deans breaks silence

  It is 14 months since an ashen-faced Robbie Deans sat in front of the media at ANZ Stadium after the Wallabies fell apart to lose the third British and Irish Lions Test 41-16. By Paul Cully of Sydney Morning…