Tag: Tri-Nations

Meyer could be in until 2019!

DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA - AUGUST 07: Jean de Villiers with Hashim Amla and Heyneke Meyer (Head Coach) of South Africa during the Springbok team photo at the Beverly Hills Hotel on August 07, 2015 in Durban, South Africa. (Photo by Steve Haag/Gallo Images)

  So reports suggest Meyer could be in the Springbok hot seat until Rugby World Cup 2019. The news has been prominent since last season and has surfaced once again this year at a time which is the toughest in…

NZ squad to tour South Africa

Daniel Carter and Sonny Bill Williams among big players miss out on the squad to tour Africa, I mean South Africa. There will also be no Waisake Naholo as the start winger managed to break his leg on what was…

O’Connor suspended

The Australian Rugby Union has today suspended James O’Connor until Sunday 28 August after the Wallabies winger failed to appear at two official team functions on Thursday 18 August.

No Carter, McCaw in AB squad

All Blacks Coach Graham Henry and his Assistant Coaches Steve Hansen and Wayne Smith have named their 25–man squad which will be travelling to South Africa for the Investec Tri Nations Test against South Africa in Port Elizabeth on 20…

Aussies calls on stars

Inspirational halfbacks Quade Cooper and Will Genia have been restored to Australia’s line-up for Saturday’s Tri-Nations opener against South Africa as the Wallabies look to put their shock defeat to Samoa behind them.

DéJà-Vu for Muller

The man who captained South Africa’s “B-team” alongside Bob Skinstad in 2007 has declared himself fit for the challenge of facing the Wallabies again under similar circumstances in Sydney.

Muller, Oosthuizen decision delayed

Lock Johann Muller and prop Coenie Oosthuizen sat out the morning training once more on Tuesday, but should be cleared to leave with the Springbok team on the away leg of the Castle Tri-Nations on Friday, said Springbok coach Peter…

Aussie 3N squad named

The inclusion of three newcomers, and seven uncapped players overall, highlights the Qantas Wallabies squad of 40 that has been released today for this year’s Castrol Edge Rugby Test against Samoa, and for the 2011 Castrol Edge Tri Nations series.