There was plenty of excitement in the Stormers camp this week with the return to contact training, and the younger squad members keen to learn from their heroes.
The Stormers returned to Newlands for an emotional tribute to acknowledge those who have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as those who have contributed over this period at the iconic stadium.
Stormers flyhalf Damian Willemse shares his thoughts on being back at training with his teammates, while several squad members also visited Juarno Augustus’ community of Eersterivier for Mandela Day.
With Newlands Stadium unable to host its final Test earlier this month, past and present Western Province and Stormers players reflected on some of their favourite memories at the iconic stadium.
In another selection from YouTube, check out this compilation from Die Hard Rugby of South African schoolboy rugby players showcasing their incredible pace and sidesteps.
Siya Kolisi, Damian Willemse and Herschel Jantjies caused an uproar when they delivered food parcels at Peakview High School in Athlone in Cape Town on Thursday.
Stormers flyhalf Damian Willemse says Springbok fullback Warrick Gelant has unique attributes that will boost the Stormers backline. DYLAN JACK reports.
Damian Willemse shares his thoughts on not being able to run out on to the field with his Stormers teammates, linking up with new signing Warrick Gelant, his position as flyhalf and what he has been up to during lockdown.
Check out this compilation of some of the best side-steppers in the game, featuring the likes of Rosko Specman, Cheslin Kolbe, Nehe Milner-Skudder and Damian Willemse.
A round up of what some of South Africa’s leading Sunday papers are saying, including a look at the latest transfer news involving the Vodacom Bulls.