The Southern Kings announced their reduced, 35-man squad for their Super Rugby campaign which still contains 5 foreign players. The tug-of-war between the Kings and SARU on the number of foreign based players allowed for the franchise has been going…
Golden Lions Rugby Union (GLRU) president Kevin de Klerk says the statement issued on Tuesday from their former partners Guma TAC was “filled with many half truths” and says the union had never been unwilling to pay back any money.
So the “Rugby Championship” (in contrast to the cricket joke called the Vroteas) does have a sponsor. The fixture list is yet another Andy Marinos negotiated special however…
So it’s seven years good luck and mission accomplished and Pepe le Pieu will stay with the stinky fish after all.
Players and fans in the black rugby stronghold of South Africa’s Eastern Cape say officials have broken promises to get their local side into Super Rugby.
The Bulls and Cheetahs could be forced to play their remaining home matches in the Super 14 competition elsewhere than at Loftus Versfeld and Absa Park. * Komphela complains about state of pitches to government
Die Springbok-afrigter, Peter de Villiers, is gister ’n rooikaart gewys omdat hy aandele in die Boland-rugbyunie gekoop het. HOSKINS BLAAS ‘N GASKET.
Fresh from his resignation from Border rugby union because of death threats, Cliffie Pringle now claims Cheeky Watson is a dictator.
A black only franchise? Now that is a ‘Cheeky’ suggestion…
New EP Rugby boss, Cheeky Watson, believes that getting a franchise in the Eastern Cape is more important than SARU’s 2015 Rugby World Cup bid.
The exciting prospect of the Boks taking on the NZ Maori’s in a match in Soweto has been canned on racial grounds.
It did not take Cheeky Watson long to make an impact at EP Rugby. Starting off with retrenching Springbok legend and Hall of Famer Danie Gerber.
Clown captain, Khompela, is now claiming Madiba never supported the Bok emblem.
No sooner had Cheeky Watson been elected president of EP Rugby and he has already attacked the ‘representation’ of the game.
rugby365’s Oracle, Paul Dobson, takes a critical look at what constitutes ‘democracy’ when it comes to sporting bodies in South Africa … or more particularly rugby.