Coach Neil Powell says the Blitzboks will have to overcome a psychological challenge when they start their Sevens World Cup campaign in San Francisco.
Springbok Women’s Sevens captain Zintle Mpupha says they have a plan to beat Russia in their World Cup opener in San Francisco.
Blitzboks coach Neil Powell expects a tough opening Sevens World Cup match against Ireland or Chile on Friday.
Blitzboks centre Werner Kok says the Blitzboks are well prepared for their Sevens World Cup campaign, which kicks off in San Francisco on Friday.
Captain Philip Snyman says the Blitzboks have the motivation to deliver a performance worthy of winning their maiden Sevens World Cup title.
There will be no second chances for the Blitzboks in San Francisco as they attempt to win the Sevens World Cup for the first time. BRENDEN NEL reports.
Neil Powell has announced an experienced Blitzboks squad for the Sevens World Cup despite a number of players missing due to injury.
The Springbok Sevens have assembled in Mossel Bay for a final training camp before their departure to San Francisco for the Sevens World Cup from 20-22 July.
The likes of Joost van der Westhuizen, André Venter, Bobby Skinstad and Pieter Rossouw played for South Africa in the final of the 1997 Sevens World Cup in Hong Kong.
Blitzboks wing Seabelo Senatla says he would ‘definitely’ like to be a part of the squad for the Sevens World Cup in July, writes DYLAN JACK.