TweetArgentina have reasons to be positive The brilliance that was the Pumas must be acknowledged. Their development side managed to dazzle in the Vodacom Cup a few years ago and some of those performers excelled a few years later. They made history for their country and beat the mighty Springboks. Their attitude was massive and…
Tweet Having shaken off the rib injury that had kept him off the field, Nehe Milner-Skudder has been afforded the opportunity to earn his test debut in the Rugby Championship decider against the Wallabies. He will be the last of the uncapped bunch to earn some game time and it shows just how the All…
Tweet The defending Rugby Championship champions will get their campaign off and running against Argentina with a very strong side. Winger Waisake Naholo will make his debut and so will Codie Taylor off the bench. It will probably be a win for the Pumas who have just the one win in the tournament. However considering…
TweetA 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.
TweetThe 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: up to two Argentinian teams could included in a revamped competition. Photo: AFP Super Rugby’s governing…
TweetBrenden 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’.
TweetChiliboy was found not guilty for charging into a ruck with no arms.
TweetWhen will SA Rugby realise that our future lies north, and not in an expanded Super Rugby tournament?
TweetAll the excitement from the elections in the United States seems have many South Africans reflecting and saying things like; ‘Imagine if South Africa…’
TweetThe 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 game was played throughout a campaign.”
TweetSANZAR chief executive Greg Peters has revealed his organisation is ready to consider ideas as to the future shape of the Super Rugby competition.
TweetWith 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.
TweetRugby is under threat, but not from the obvious sources we are exposed to every day.
TweetSARU has less than a month to find a solution for the Super Rugby problem, and options are few.