With nine days until the opening whistle of the 2023 Rugby World Cup, SARugbymag.co.za takes a look at the greatest Springbok scrumhalves to play at the tournament.
Legendary Springbok scrumhalf Fourie du Preez is the first player inducted into SA Rugby Magazine’s Bulls Hall of Fame, as voted for by readers.
Schalk Burger recalls the story of his massive hit on Fourie du Preez during the 2009 Currie Cup semi-final between Western Province and the Vodacom Bulls.
New Zealand scrumhalf Aaron Smith has named his all-time dream back seven, which includes two World Cup-winning Springboks.
The Springboks will miss magical passes like this from the injured Duane Vermeulen against Wales, the No 8 setting up skipper Fourie du Preez for the winning try at the 2015 World Cup.
Springbok and Bulls legend Fourie du Preez will provide input as a part-time coaching consultant and mentor at the Vodacom Bulls.
Jean de Villiers and Schalk Burger catch up with Springbok great Fourie du Preez to chat about what he’s been up to since retiring from rugby and look back on a few memorable moments on and off the field.
The titanic 2009 Bulls overwhelmed the 1999 Stormers for a 42-12 victory in Game 12 of the interactive Greatest Super Rugby Team tournament.
Springbok greats Jean de Villiers and Schalk Burger catch up with former teammates Fourie du Preez and Pierre Spies to reminisce about their 2009 series victory over the British & Irish Lions, and select their starting scrumhalf and No 8 for this year’s highly anticipated series.
Choose one of the champions from the Bok Class of 2009 to parachute into the current squad for the series against the British & Irish Lions.