The Vodacom Bulls’ victory in the Currie Cup final provided a familiar feeling, but for different reasons, writes former Sharks captain STEFAN TERBLANCHE in the latest SA Rugby magazine.
With plans to host the British & Irish Lions series in the UK and Ireland gaining traction, South Africa’s European-based players may have a key role to play, writes ANDRE-PIERRE CRONJE.
Cornal Hendricks’ return to high-level rugby continues to defy expectations, writes CRAIG LEWIS in the latest SA Rugby magazine.
This weekend’s Premiership was marked by a series of sanctions for foul play, including a red cards for Jasper Wiese and Hanro Liebenberg, and a yellow for Jean-Luc du Preez. Players need to adapt to the stricter interpretations of the law, writes ANDRE-PIERRE CRONJE.
SARugbymag.co.za identifies six of the best and worst foreign players to play for South African franchises.
In the fourth part of a returning series, DYLAN JACK rewinds to the inaugural 2008 U20 World Championship and looks at what happened to the bronze-winning Junior Springboks.
Pieter-Steph du Toit and Sikhumbuzo Notshe offer timely examples of players who have benefited from carefully considered moves between local franchises, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
With plenty of depth in the eighthman position, ANDRE-PIERRE CRONJE examines South Africa’s options ahead of the British & Irish Lions series.
In the third part of a returning series, DYLAN JACK rewinds to the inaugural 2008 U20 World Championship and looks at what happened to the bronze-winning Junior Springboks.
It’s no surprise that WP lock JD Schickerling is in high demand, but it will be interesting to see how his national ambitions factor into the reckoning, writes CRAIG LEWIS.