The Stormers have confirmed the signing of former Springbok and Bulls centre JJ Engelbrecht ahead of the 2018 season. Engelbrecht will make his return to Cape Town – where he played his junior rugby – once he has concluded his commitments with Japanese side Toyota Industries Shuttles. The Stormers have also signed young flyhalf Joshua Stander and prop Neethling Fouche from… Read more →
WP Rugby CEO Paul Zachs insists there has been no compromise on the quality of the Stormers’ new home and away jerseys, which do not have an apparel sponsor. WP Rugby recently ended its long-time alliance with kit sponsor adidas. ‘Western Province Rugby and the Stormers have always been leaders in the way we do things and once again the brand has… Read more →
Rob du Preez produced two commanding performances against the team he will play for next season, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Sports agent James Adams has refuted a report suggesting that Ulster flanker Marcell Coetzee was set to join the Stormers and Western Province next year.
The Cape Town Stadium is set to become the new home of the Western Province Rugby Union. Although an official agreement is yet to be signed, WPRFU president Thelo Wakefield told Netwerk24 that it was a ‘business decision’ that is set to be finalised in the near future. Wakefield could not confirm if the move will be made as early as 2019,… Read more →
Former commercial partner Aerios has filed criminal charges against WP Rugby’s board of directors. Investment company Remgro, which had a 24.9% stake-holding in WP Rugby before withdrawing in August, has two board members included, as they were part of the board when WP Rugby was liquidated last December. Remgro CEO Jannie Durand told Sport24 that Aerios’ allegations were ‘unfounded’. ALSO READ: WP, Remgro part ways… Read more →