The Blitzboks suffered their first defeat to Ireland in Friday’s opening Pool D clash of the France Sevens at the Stade Ernest-Wallon.
Follow the live action as the Blitzboks go full speed in pursuit of the France Sevens Cup.
As skipper Siviwe Soyizwapi focuses the Blitzboks on familiar foes at the Toulouse Sevens this weekend, veteran Branco du Preez sets his sights on a major milestone.
On the even of the Toulouse Sevens, rewind to 2018 when the Blitzboks needed to beat England in the tournament finale to win the World Rugby Sevens Series title.
Dalvon Blood thought it was bad news on Sunday morning when he answered the phone and the Blitzboks team doctor was on the other end, but his anxiety was soon replaced by ecstasy.
The Blitzboks are back on the sevens circuit this weekend in France and hopefully hand off opponents like Ruhan Nel.
The Blitzboks squad to play in the France Sevens this weekend had a late change when Selvyn Davids was declared medically unfit to travel, with Dalvon Blood named as his replacement.
After five months spent recovering from a broken leg, Muller du Plessis can’t wait to get in the Blitzboks huddle at the France Sevens in Toulouse next weekend. DYLAN JACK reports.
The most capped Blitzbok in South African sevens history, Branco du Preez is back and raring to get back to work for the World Rugby Sevens series champions at the next two tournaments of the 2021/22 season.
Blitzbok skipper Siviwe ‘Shakes’ Soyizwapi is amped for the upcoming Sevens World Cup at Cape Town Stadium in September.