2015 World Cup squads

SARugbymag.co.za brings you the squads of the 20 World Cup participants as they are announced.


Fringe Boks lacking game time

Fringe players in the Springboks' World Cup squad should be getting game time in the Currie Cup, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.


‘Guys were bursting into tears’

Heyneke Meyer says the build-up to the Springboks’ World Cup squad announcement tested his resolve on several levels, reports JON CARDINELLI in Durban.


Paige’s boot to boost Boks

Heyneke Meyer believes the uncapped Rudy Paige has the skill set to be a success at a World Cup staged in difficult northern hemisphere conditions, reports JON CARDINELLI in Durban.


Du Preez has point to prove

Fourie du Preez insists he can add value to the Springboks’ World Cup campaign, writes CRAIG LEWIS in Durban.


Duane: I’m ready and raring to go

Duane Vermeulen says he feels the fittest he has been in a long time, writes CRAIG LEWIS in Durban.


‘Dream come true’ for Paige

Uncapped Rudy Paige says he can’t wait for the first opportunity to pull on the green and gold jersey for the Springboks, writes CRAIG LEWIS in Durban.


Paige, Kirchner in Bok squad

Scrumhalf Rudy Paige and fullback Zane Kirchner have been included in the Springboks' 31-man World Cup squad.


Tackling the system

JOHN MITCHELL, on the Vodacom Rugby Portal, discusses dangerous tackles and provides two solutions that would improve consistency and fairness.


Free State survive Province fightback

The Free State Cheetahs beat Western Province 28-21 in Bloemfontein, having led 25-3 during the first half. SIMON BORCHARDT reports.


Lions pound Pumas

The Golden Lions claimed a 41-11 bonus-point victory over the Pumas in Nelspruit on Friday, writes MARIETTE ADAMS.


‘Steyn ticks every box’

Sharks coach Gary Gold believes Frans Steyn would be a valuable asset to the Springboks’ World Cup squad, writes CRAIG LEWIS in Durban.


Expect a few surprises

Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer should raise a few eyebrows with his selections – and omissions – at the unveiling of the 31-man World Cup squad on Friday, writes JON CARDINELLI in Durban.


Bakkies Botha’s 2015 World Cup Dream Team

Players from Ireland, Argentina, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand make the cut.


Jean de Villiers: The Road to Recovery (Part 3 trailer)

The Springbok captain returned to the field against the World XV at Newlands.


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