A possible breakaway by South Africa from the current Super Rugby competition under SANZAR to join a new European based trans-border tournament is gathering steam.
The Australian Rugby Union is open to an overhaul of Super Rugby that would see more trans-Tasman derbies and up to two Argentinian teams included in the competition. Date August 8, 2013 – 6:16PM Georgina Robinson Rugby Reporter New challenge:…
Brenden Nel from SuperSport.com reports that SANZAR referee’s boss, Lyndon Bray, admitted that the penalty try awarded to the Rebels in the last minutes of the game against the Stormers was an ‘honest mistake’.
Chiliboy was found not guilty for charging into a ruck with no arms.
When will SA Rugby realise that our future lies north, and not in an expanded Super Rugby tournament?
All the excitement from the elections in the United States seems have many South Africans reflecting and saying things like; ‘Imagine if South Africa…’
The 2012 Super Rugby season came to an end last weekend, and from a game perspective SANZAR Game Manager, Lyndon Bray said “this had to be one of the most successful seasons we have seen in regards to how the…
SANZAR chief executive Greg Peters has revealed his organisation is ready to consider ideas as to the future shape of the Super Rugby competition.
With Super Rugby taking a break for the June Internationals for the first time, SANZAR can announce that going into the break all three territories were tracking beyond comparative numbers from this time last year.
Australian Rugby Union boss John O’Neill is floating the idea of either an ANZAC or SANZAR composite side playing the British and Irish Lions in 2015 according to a report on Fox Sports Website.
Rugby is under threat, but not from the obvious sources we are exposed to every day.
SARU has less than a month to find a solution for the Super Rugby problem, and options are few.
The message is loud and clear to SA Rugby as they plan to lobby their cause to include the Kings in next year’s SupeRugby competition with their SANZAR partners.
SA Rugby has postponed their planned visit to Oz for a 16th team in SupeRugby in 2013.
Brenden Nel writing for SuperSport.com reports that SANZAR referee’s boss, Lyndon Bray, admitted that there was a ‘big imbalance’ in the way the scrums were handled between the Cheetahs and Brumbies over the weekend.