Frans Steyn has been found not guilty following a citing over the weekend. Steyn was cited by the match commissioner for charging into a ruck in the 78th minute where he made contact with Chiefs player, Nanai-Williams. Following a review…
Last weekend’s match against the Brumbies saw some big performances from a number of younger players in the team, and for that, Sharks coach John Plumtree has rewarded them for the Rebels game this Saturday.
Bismarck du Plessis will miss the start of the Super Rugby tournament which kicks off in mid-February.
Frans Steyn and Jacques Potgieter have been withdrawn from the Springbok squad currently preparing for the final Test in The Castle Rugby Championship against New Zealand in Soweto on Saturday.
With no time to prepare for England, new Bok coach Heyneke Meyer may bring back a few more players than just Victor Matfield.
Frans Steyn will be returning to South Africa at the end of the current French rugby season.
Springbok centre Frans Steyn could return to play his rugby in South Africa after his contract with French club Racing Metro expires at the end of June next year.
There has been some good news for the Boks ahead of the RWC squad announcement tomorrow evening.
Springbok fullback Frans Steyn will not be considered for Saturday’s Castle Tri-Nations Series Test against New Zealand in Port Elizabeth.
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Frans Steyn is the only change to the starting XV for the Springboks this weekend.
It may be the ignorance of youth, but given the sideshows with certain players in the last 18 months it is refreshing to see a brilliant young talent taking everything in his stride.
SA Rugby has advised all European Clubs who were scheduled for visits from Springbok management of a change of plans.
Frans Steyn says he is ready to give his best for the Springboks when they face the Wallabies in a Vodacom Tri-Nations Test at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday.