World Rugby has stated that the New Zealand Sevens side will not be charged with misconduct after fielding an extra man against Australia in Sydney last weekend.
World Rugby is investigating Craig Joubert after New Zealand played with an extra man against Australia at the Sydney Sevens last weekend.
The Blitzboks have bid farewell to Juan de Jongh, Cheslin Kolbe and Rayno Benjamin, while welcoming Ryan Kankowski and Hoffman Maritz into their training group.
Blitzboks coach Neil Powell says he expects this season of the World Rugby Sevens Series to be a ‘rollercoaster’ ride, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
New Zealand had an extra player on the field when they scored a match-levelling try against Australia on day one of the Sydney Sevens.
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The Blitzboks have been drawn alongside the USA, Canada and Wales in Pool D for the Las Vegas Sevens in March.
The injury-hit Blitzboks suffered a 12-7 defeat to Australia in their Sydney Sevens Cup semi-final, before then losing 26-12 to Fiji in the third-place play-off on Sunday. CRAIG LEWIS reports.
The Blitzboks beat Scotland, Russia and Kenya to top their pool.
The Blitzboks will face Argentina in the Cup quarter-finals of the Sydney Sevens after beating Kenya 26-19 on Saturday. CRAIG LEWIS reports.
The Blitzboks beat Scotland 33-7 and Russia 40-0 to take an early lead at the top of Pool B on day one of the Sydney Sevens.
World Rugby has denied that controversial referee Matt O'Brien apologised to Blitzboks coach Neil Powell following his performance in the Wellington Sevens final.
New Zealand coach Gordon Tietjens has made one change to the team that won last weekend's Wellington Sevens.
Neil Powell has called on an 'inexperienced' bench to make an impact in this weekend's Sydney Sevens.
Whether or not the New Zealand Sevens side ‘inadvertently’ fielded an eighth player against Australia is completely immaterial, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
South African rugby is desperately in need of a good-news story, with the general perception of the game’s current state of affairs having dwindled to an undeniably low ebb, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The success of the Stormers' new approach will hinge on the decision-making of their halfbacks, writes JON CARDINELLI.
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