Vodacom Bulls loose forward Josh Strauss believes the unexpected break in the 2020 season could help revive the Currie Cup and restore the tournament’s former glory and prestige. MARIETTE ADAMS reports.
SA Rugby stands to lose millions of rand per month if the national lockdown is not lifted by May and the 2020 rugby season does not resume by June at the earliest.
In the third instalment of a new article series from the SA Rugby magazine team, DYLAN JACK reflects on a Currie Cup final that saw the emergence of a top talent.
SA Rugby CEO Jurie Roux says plans are under way to restructure the domestic season in the wake of the recent measures dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Just before joining the Italian coaching set-up, Franco Smith led the Cheetahs to Currie Cup glory. DYLAN JACK caught up with him before he jetted off. What was key to your Currie Cup preparations this year? There were two big things that happened. When I took over again after the 2017-18 Pro14 season, we lost a lot of players abroad…. Read more →
Following his international retirement, SA Rugby magazine reflects on the career and achievements of an absolute legend of the game, Tendai ‘Beast’ Mtawarria.
The Lions have announced that head coach Swys de Bruin will leave the union on mutual terms after seven years in Johannesburg.
Outgoing coach Franco Smith has expressed his delight after the Cheetahs survived a strong fightback from the Golden Lions to clinch a riveting 31-28 win in the Currie Cup final in Bloemfontein on Saturday.
The Free State Cheetahs produced a superior first-half performance to down the Golden Lions 31-28 in the Currie Cup final in Bloemfontein on Saturday, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The Pumas kept their place in the Currie Cup Premier Division with a comprehensive 49-5 win over the Griffons in the promotion-relegation playoff in Nelspruit on Friday.