With the recent announcement of the contracted Springbok group, focus is slowly starting to shift to the international test season with one burning question…
The Sharks have confirmed the appointment of John Smit as CEO of the union.
Springbok rugby star John Smit is poised to make a spectacular return to the Shark Tank as the new chief executive of the Sharks, replacing veteran administrator Brian van Zyl.
Tickets are now on sale at The Sharks ticket office at Mr Price KINGS PARK or online via Computicket for the special rugby clash taking place on Friday, June 22 at The Sharks home ground featuring John Smit’s Barneys Army…
EXCLUSIVE: John Smit ended his international rugby career as the most capped South African ever, having played 111 times for the Springboks, 83 of those as captain – itself a world-record feat. Mar 15, 2012 1 comments 0 New colours: Smit now…
A world team loaded with several Springboks will line up against the Sharks later this year for John Smit‘s farewell match.
The leader of the Stormers, Schalk Burger, is the right man to take over the captaincy of the Springboks.
A year ago, John Smit was contemplating his future, post-World Cup and it did not involve rugby. Now, the 2007 World Cup-winning Springbok captain is set to pen the final chapter in his stellar rugby career and it involves the…
The South African Rugby Union paid tribute to Springbok captain John Smit and vice-captain Victor Matfield today, following their retirement from international rugby.
I had to re-post this article here because as I read it, I wondered why no respected SA journalist could come up with a fitting tribute like this.
The importance of a 22-man game was never more evident than when the Springboks scraped past Samoa on Friday – which reminded me of a famous line in a very popular video game in the 1990’s.
The following column are the thoughts of Kate Nokwe and re-published here with her kind permission.
Former Springbok prop Ollie le Roux says there should be no place for John Smit in South Africa’s 22-man line-up.
Springbok fullback Frans Steyn will not be considered for Saturday’s Castle Tri-Nations Series Test against New Zealand in Port Elizabeth.
The Springbok selectors have added Patrick Lambie, Lwazi Mvovo and Chiliboy Ralepelle to the training squad for Saturday’s Castle Tri-Nations Test against New Zealand in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.