Former Springbok flank Francois Louw believes that the joy of playing schoolboy rugby is often missed out on due to the level of expectations and emphasis on results.
Despite a year disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, former Springbok flyhalf Louis Koen insists there is hope for young players who have missed out on certain opportunities in 2020, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Western Province U18 Craven Week coach Faizel Adam passed away earlier this week following a long battle with illness.
Some doyens of the local schools rugby community are voicing growing concerns about the negative effects the cancelled 2020 season will have on players’ prospective careers.
Schools should carefully consider the long-term impact of allowing Grade 12 rugby players to repeat matric for purely rugby reasons, writes DYLAN JACK.
SA Schools ‘A’ coach Katleho Lynch says thought is still being put into giving players in the SA Rugby Elite Player Development squad a run-out towards the end of the year.
The SA Rugby Elite Player Development (EPD) programme continues to engage with provincial coaches and players during the lockdown.
Grade 12 sportsmen and sportswomen across the country face the daunting prospect of becoming ‘the Lost Generation’ in the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, writes GARY LEMKE.
Schoolboy rugby stakeholders need to use the unexpected gap in the year’s playing calendar to come together and erase the blights on the game, writes DYLAN JACK.
The U18 Craven and Academy Week will be held in Port Elizabeth next year as SA Rugby announced the hosts for future youth weeks until 2022.