News from April 2018

All systems go for Bok Women’s Sevens, says Delport

All systems go for Bok Women’s Sevens, says Delport

Posted on April 3, 2018  /  Issued by SA Rugby

Springbok Women’s Sevens coach Paul Delport may be facing the biggest challenge in his coaching career, but the former Junior Springboks and Springbok Sevens captain was at ease about the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series Qualifier in Hong Kong on Thursday and Friday. The winner of the qualifier will earn their status as one […]

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Smith embraces playing on another big stage

Smith embraces playing on another big stage

Posted on April 3, 2018  /  Issued by SA Rugby

He has had his share of drama, excitement and disappointment in his rugby career, but when Rhyno Smith makes his debut for the Springbok Sevens team on Friday against South Korea at the Cathay Pacific/HSBC World Rugby Sevens tournament, it will be the highlight of his career. The 25-year old BA Human Resources graduate was […]

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Blitzboks keen to discard novice tag

Blitzboks keen to discard novice tag

Posted on April 2, 2018  /  Issued by SA Rugby

Experience may not be one of the tools in the Springbok Sevens’ armoury as they attempt to win the Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens for the first time, but the team is determined to use the other attributes that could lead to glory as they look to stay ahead of the hunting pack. The Blitzboks […]

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Vodacom Bulls take honours in derby clash – Vodacom Super Rugby Round 7 Roundup

Vodacom Bulls take honours in derby clash – Vodacom Super Rugby Round 7 Roundup

Posted on April 1, 2018  /  Issued by SA Rugby

Cell C Sharks sparkle in Auckland triumph over Blues Crusaders edge Emirates Lions in hard-fought clash The Vodacom Bulls returned to winning ways with their 33-23 derby win over the DHL Stormers on Saturday evening, while earlier in the day the Cell C Sharks also returned to form with their superb 63-40 Vodacom Super Rugby […]

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