I read with some confusion on certain media platforms how Super Rugby results so far is a bad thing for SA Rugby and continue to show our inferiority against (specifically) NZ teams.
Round about this time of the week you will read my review of Super Rugby matches over the weekend…
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…
The South African Rugby Union on Friday expressed its deep sadness at the passing of legendary former Springbok looseforward, Jan Ellis. The one-time joint record holder for the number of Springbok caps succumbed to cancer at a hospice in Pretoria…
The Southern Kings responded to media speculation that SA Rugby will not allow them to field more than 2 foreign players in their squad.
When will SA Rugby realise that our future lies north, and not in an expanded Super Rugby tournament?
Quite powerful isn’t it? I also thought so when I was asked to write about it.
The foundation from which our deep routed passion and love for rugby is built on in South Africa comes from a long and very proud history of our domestic teams.
Limpopo will play in the Vodacom Cup as a separate team for the first time when this 16-team competition kicks off on the second weekend of March.
Daar is chaos in Boland rugby nadat klubs in die unie besluit het dat hulle genoeg van unie president, Francois Davids, gehad het.
All the excitement from the elections in the United States seems have many South Africans reflecting and saying things like; ‘Imagine if South Africa…’
Soos dinge einde van die jaar se kant toe staan voel ek dit is bietjie tyd om SA Rugby te evalueer vir die jaar 2012.
Wat presies stop Suid-Afrikaanse rugby om leiers te wees eerder as volgelinge?
Can this become more of a cock-up? I am actually afraid to ask in the fear of tempting fate…
A meeting of the General Council of the South African Rugby Union (SARU) will take place in Cape Town on 16 August, SARU announced on Tuesday. The meeting replaces the postponed July 13 General Council.