From all of the us, we wish you a Happy New Year and may 2014 bring you all the love joy and wishes you may have. Looking forward to a “jam” packed rugby season lying ahead for us in the…
Guest writer Mike Bersiks gives an analysis nof the Boks’ performance against Italy.
South Africa never looked like losing this Test, so says Mike Bersiks, our guest writer as he embarks on an analysis of the Scotland test match.
Bye, bye Miss American Pie… Drove my Chevy to the levee but the levee was dry… Them good ole boys were drinking whiskey in Rye… Singin’ this’ll be the day that I die… This’ll be the day that I die…
DavidS takes some measurements, gets a headache… and a surprise!
A few years ago… okay more’n 20 (i.e. the 80’s) Tony Greig famously questioned Merv Hughes’ inclusion in the Aussie ODI squad to face Sri Lanka. Fat Merv opened the bowling, Fat Merv ripped Lanka to pieces… and Bill Lawrie…
What a strange 24 hours in the Ras household.
DavidS takes a look at different provincial fans and sees if he can insult the lot.
It’s not often that a drunken chat after a round of golf turns so serious that the participants all wake up the next morning wanting to chat about it some more, writes Newshields.
Rugga World reader, Murph, was in a meeting, sans Gambrinus, when it struck him that the ‘Boks have got their resting phase “backside” about face and, actually, the Kiwis have got it spot on.
With the weather in Bloemfontein a huge improvement from the day before- the Springbok team announcement was done at a press conference at around 1300.
So, we’ve got two teams through to the Super 14 semi-finals. A good achievement, can either team go on to make it a great achievement? Let’s take a look at what past form reveals about their play-off credentials.
Fourie du Preez’s Man of the Match effort against the Blues took it’s toll as the scrumhalf experienced a right shoulder ligament injury. JP Nel suffered a quad and muscle injury on his right leg.
Saturday saw 3 rugrats meet up for the Sharks vs Cheetah game – The venue, Jollie Rogers in Greenside, Johannesburg. Report by Shields
Can it get any better than this? Five South African teams playing and not a single loss registered. Wonderful stuff. Plenty of monkey’s off the back too.