With the Rainbow Cup set to be scrapped, it’s up to fans to come up with something to fill the hole in the rugby calendar – what do you think SA Rugby should consider as a replacement?
Sharks and Springbok wing Sbu Nkosi says he is driven by a desire to make an impact each time he takes the field, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Nothing goes unnoticed by SA Rugby magazine readers, who have rewarded Cornal Hendricks’ blistering form at the Vodacom Bulls with a Springbok call-up.
Springbok tighthead prop Wilco Louw says Harlequins teammate and England international Joe Marler should definitely be in contention for British & Irish Lions selection.
Sharks coach Sean Everitt says there is great excitement to see what Siya Kolisi can produce against the Stormers in this Friday’s Rainbow Cup opener.
The original schedule for the three-Test series between the Springboks and British & Irish Lions is set to change, with Cape Town now likely to host the first match and Johannesburg the last two.
Mark Keohane and Zelim Nel are back in ‘The War Room’, this time plugging speedsters into the Springbok backline that takes on the British & Irish Lions.
Pieter-Steph du Toit is set to return to action for the Stormers in the opening round of the Rainbow Cup, while Handre Pollard and RG Snyman are also said to be back in training with their respective clubs.
From a Bok perspective, the opportunity for Pieter-Steph du Toit to return to competitive action in the early rounds of the Rainbow Cup is worth its weight in gold, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Roc Nation Sports, the management agency headed by Jay Z, has announced the signing of Springbok and Sharks wing Sbu Nkosi.