A repeat of the 2017 IPT final blockbuster Border vs Western Province headlines the weekend’s action-packed SA Rugby Women’s clashes
Women’s Youth Training Centre Festival winners, Border U18 Women and Western Province U16 Women pose for the photo after retaining their respective touament titles, at Florida Park in Ravensmead, Cape Town on Sunday
22-year-old SA Rugby Referee Ashleigh Murray has been named amongst the 25 match officials from 15 unions for the 2019 HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series
With two matches under the belt each in the new season, defending champions, Western Province and Border lead the IPT leaderboard, both sharing 10 points from two matches. In this image, WP players celebrate a massive recorded their second big win when they crushed KwaZulu-Natal by 61-0 after leading by 34-0 at the break. It was their second defensive clean sheet of the season.
gsport’s video wrap of the best of the weekend’s sports news, on Monday 23 July, 2018
Coach Delport is disappointed with SA’s 14th-place result at the Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018, but noted the significant impact of newcomers Snenhlanhla Shozi, Kimico Manuel, Babalwa Latsha and Buhlebethu Sonamzi, who scored 8 of the team’s 9 tournament tries between them
Having qualified for IRB Rugby World Cup Sevens as Africa champs, Springbok Women's Sevens coach Paul Delport is pleased with his squad’s progress and improvement ahead of the San Francisco showpiece late in July
SA Rugby Girls U16 Rugby Week follow the U18 form book with strong showings from Western Province, Border CD, Eastern Province and Pumas all recording convincing wins