SARugbymag.co.za looks back at the past weekend’s European Champions Cup and European Challenge Cup matches involving South African players. CHAMPIONS CUP Pool 1 – Wasps, featuring centre Juan de Jongh, No 8 Nizaam Carr and hooker Ashley Johnson, slumped to a 49-29 defeat against La Rochelle at the Ricoh Arena. The win takes La Rochelle seven points clear at the top… Read more →
Duane Vermeulen says there is still time for South African rugby to address its issues ahead of the 2019 World Cup. JON CARDINELLI in Cardiff reports.
The Springboks are determined to send Duane Vermeulen, Francois Louw, Franco Mostert and Elton Jantjies off with a convincing victory against Italy. JON CARDINELLI in Padua reports.
Duane Vermeulen believes that the Springboks can build on the win against France and make a success out of this four-game tour. JON CARDINELLI in Paris reports.
At least two personnel changes are expected ahead of the must-win clash against France this Saturday, writes JON CARDINELLI in Paris.
Duane Vermeulen has been called up to the Springbok squad as a replacement for the injured Coenie Oosthuizen.
The Springboks will lose all four tour matches if they don’t snap out of their current state of apathy, writes JON CARDINELLI in Paris.
The balance of the back row and that of the halfback pairing will be key when the Springboks tackle a more settled and intelligent Ireland side on Saturday, writes JON CARDINELLI in Dublin.
A rejuvenated Duane Vermeulen feels that he could lend some much-needed grunt and experience to the Springbok loose-forward contingent in Europe this November. JON CARDINELLI in Dublin reports.
The Springboks have missed a trick by overlooking the value that Duane Vermeulen and Frans Steyn could have added to the end-of-year tour, writes CRAIG LEWIS.