After a challenging season on and off the field, the Blitzboks are determined to complete a successful rebuilding phase, writes MARIETTE ADAMS.
In the new issue of SA Rugby magazine, Blitzboks coach Neil Powell speaks out about the challenges on and off the field in the 2018-19 season, and the team’s determination to complete a successful rebuilding phase.
The Cape Town Sevens will undergo a makeover after it was confirmed that the event will run over the course of three days to accommodate a women’s sevens tournament.
Why Seabelo Senatla, the try-scoring machine, remains determined to be as much a household name in fifteens as he is in sevens, writes GARY LEMKE.
Blitzboks star Werner Kok will join Top 14 champions Toulouse for a four-month stint as a medical joker in July.
The Blitzboks get behind Banyana Banyana as they prepare for their first-ever Women’s World Cup match against Spain on Saturday.
Kyle Brown says farewell to the Blitzboks after confirming his retirement on Wednesday.
SA Rugby magazine caught up with the Blitzboks’ Neil Powell, Kurt-Lee Arendse and Muller du Plessis to chat about the recently concluded Sevens Series.
Three-time World Rugby Sevens Series winner Kyle Brown has retired from international sevens rugby.
Captain Philip Snyman believes the next generation of players coming through the Blitzboks’ ranks will take the team to great heights.