The Lions have shed further light on the decision to take a heavily-changed squad over to the south of France for the Challenge Cup opener against Perpignan.
Former Springbok prop Julian Redelinghuys says that rugby should be wary of sacrificing its physical attributes in pursuit of player safety.
In the first of a four-part series on the Super Rugby franchises, DYLAN JACK selects the best players to have played for the Lions between 2010 and 2019.
Former Bok prop Julian Redelinghuys’ life changed when he suffered a serious neck injury in a 2016 Currie Cup game. This is the story of how his career crumbled and how his life was rebuilt. Interview by RYAN VREDE.
Springbok prop Julian Redelinghuys has announced his retirement from rugby. Redelinghuys, who played eight Tests from 2014 to 2016, fractured his neck in a tackle during the Golden Lions’ Currie Cup semi-final against the Free State Cheetahs last year. The 28-year-old told Rapport newspaper that he had made the decision to hang up his boots this week as the risk of… Read more →