The World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series Qualifier final against Japan in Hong Kong was a bridge too far for a determined Bok Women’s Sevens Squad.
The Springbok women sevens squad rose to their best performance of the day in their final fixture against Colombia, running in five unanswered tries to finish top of Pool C in World Rugby Women’s World Sevens Series qualifying tournament in Hong Kong.
The return of key players Veroeshka Grain, Zenay Jordaan and Nadine Roos with Megan Comley’s much-anticipated international debut bolsters coach Renfred Dazel’s high hopes for the Bok Sevens at World Rugby’s Women’s Sevens Series Qualifier in Hong Kong
Coach Renfred Dazel is delighted at the Vancouver Rugby Festival's international game time for his Bok Women, ahead of their must-win World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series Qualifier internationals early in April
Former Springbok Women’s Sevens players Nosiphiwo Goda and Unathi Mali are experienced players included in a 46-strong squad called up for a 4-day skills and conditioning camp in Cape Town, looking forward to the team’s tour of the UK in October.
In one week the Springbok Women’s Sevens squad will depart for Vancouver and the first part of their campaign to regain World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series core status
Tyler Botha among 15-strong Sevens Invitational Squad for 5-day camp in Stellenbosch, as the Vancouver Rugby Festival and World Rugby’s World Series Qualifier Hong Kong await in March and April