On this day, 25 years ago, the late great Springbok wing Chester Williams scored four tries against Western Samoa in the quarter-final of the 1995 Rugby World Cup – his first match at the tournament.
The late, great Chester Williams wanted the University of the Western Cape to be regularly competing for the Varsity Cup title by 2022, writes DYLAN JACK.
The Springboks will have the image of late World Cup-winner Chester Williams embedded on their jerseys in the tournament opener against the All Blacks.
SA Rugby magazine was in attendance at Chester Williams’ funeral in Cape Town on Saturday. Take a look back at some of the poignant moments.
From tears and sorrow to smiles and warm applause, Chester Williams’ Newlands farewell was fit for a hero, writes JOHN GOLIATH.
Chester Williams may not have had the ‘biggest calves’ in the world, but he was definitely a larger-than-life figure during his time at the University of the Western Cape, writes JOHN GOLIATH.
Springbok legend Chester Williams will be laid to rest at an official state funeral at Newlands Stadium on Saturday.
Former Bok Breyton Paulse paid a poignant tribute to late Springbok great Chester Williams at Wednesday’s memorial service at the University of the Western Cape.
Following eNCA’s live coverage of Chester Williams’ memorial service at the University of the Western Cape.
SuperSport will honour the life of Chester Williams by dedicating an all-day tribute to the former Springbok wing on Wednesday.