All will not be lost for the Stormers even if Springbok hooker Bongi Mbonambi opts to leave Cape Town, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The PRO14 Rainbow Cup is a window to South African rugby’s future. It’s critical for the industry that this opportunity remains open for action, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
As the British & Irish Lions series looms, CRAIG LEWIS picks six players who could be bolters for the Springbok squad.
A spark in form from players such as Damian de Allende should give rise to cautious optimism as the Springboks build towards the British & Irish Lions series, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Stadiums at even quarter capacity would provide at least a semblance of much-needed atmosphere for the Boks’ series against the British & Irish Lions, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Although most rugby around the world continues to be played without stadium fans, CRAIG LEWIS takes a nostalgic look at South African players worth the price of admission.
After an extended period on the sidelines and the prospect of now heading overseas, Pieter-Steph du Toit remains conspicuous by his absence. CRAIG LEWIS takes a closer look.
Frans Steyn is playing with the energy and enthusiasm of a youngster. The 33-year-old is surely set for a second shot at the British & Irish Lions, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Should both the Rainbow Cup and British & Irish Lions series get the go-ahead in the northern hemisphere, the leading South African players could be in for a long haul away from home, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Cornal Hendricks’ return to high-level rugby continues to defy expectations, writes CRAIG LEWIS in the latest SA Rugby magazine.