As the curtain closes on another massive year of rugby, we look at which stories gathered the most interest from SA Rugby Magazine readers.
The reaction to the Springboks win was overwhelming but no story was better read this year than this one. Former All Blacks assistant coach Wayne Smith on how the Springboks shrewdly sent England on a false trail.
2019 wasn’t without sadness with Chester Williams’ shock passing.
The Boks’ loss to the All Blacks in their World Cup opener raised questions about the standard of officiating from referee Jerome Garces.
The English media tore into their side after the 32-12 World Cup humiliation.
One of the most talked about World Cup incidents.
Going inside the South African changing room after their World Cup victory saw Faf de Klerk’s speedo going viral. English royalty also popped in …
The now former All Black coach wasn’t happy after his side fell short against England. His frustrations took a twist in the press room …
A humourous look at how England were dismantled.
The former English centre has a plan to deal with South Africa’s depth.
A rather frustating side issue saw Bok wing Makazole Mapimpi forced to explain that he was not part of a post-match celebration huddle reserved only for the ‘Bomb Squad’.
Following Aphiwe Dyantyi’s failed drug test, we looked at five other prominent Springboks who also tested positive for banned substances.