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SPRINGBOKS

Two former Boks to play for Force

World Cup-winning centre Jaque Fourie is set to make a playing return to rugby for the Force.


Koch won’t return to SA before 2019

Saracens tighthead prop Vincent Koch says rumours of his premature return to South Africa are unfounded.


‘Boks can kick on with Rassie’

Franco Smith says it was an immensely difficult decision to turn down a continued coaching role with the Springboks, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Roux court date postponed

The hearing into the financial mismanagement case against SA Rugby CEO Jurie Roux could only take place in 2019.


Rassie keen on foreign-based Boks

SA Rugby director of rugby Rassie Erasmus is determined to involve Springbok players based in England and France in his 2019 World Cup plans.


Lions, WP bosses don’t want top job

Kevin de Klerk and Thelo Wakefield have made themselves unavailable as candidates for the role of SA Rugby president ahead of the forthcoming elections.


Marx on winning award

Malcolm Marx talks about winning the SA Rugby Player of the Year award and his highlights of 2017.


Marx named SA’s best

Springbok hooker Malcolm Marx has been named SA Rugby Player of the Year for 2017.


Franco says bye to Boks

Franco Smith will leave his post as Springbok assistant coach and return to the Cheetahs in a full-time capacity.


‘SA Rugby hasn’t phoned me’

Johan Ackermann says he has not been approached by SA Rugby to coach the Springboks.


Jake sympathises with Allister

Jake White says Allister Coetzee was at a disadvantage right from the start of his tenure as Springbok coach.


Youngs out for four months

Scrumhalf Ben Youngs could miss England’s three-Test tour of South Africa in June after he was ruled out for four months due to a knee injury.


Senatla set to realign focus

Seabelo Senatla is excited by the prospect of once again shifting his focus to fifteens rugby after a stint with the Springbok Sevens, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


SA Rugby to give Coetzee good reference

President Mark Alexander says there are no hard feelings between SA Rugby and former Bok coach Allister Coetzee.


Habana may hang up boots

Bryan Habana is considering retiring from the game when his contract with Toulon expires in June.


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