SARU Pays Tribute to Sandile Sibeko

SARU Pays Tribute to Sandile Sibeko

SA Rugby President, Mark Alexander, and Springbok Women’s coach, Stanley Raubenheimer, paid tribute to Springbok Women’s and Imbokodo Strength and Conditioning coach, Sandile Sibeko, who passed away on Saturday, 23 January 2021, at the age of 42 years old. Sibeko...
Aschin Klein Paves the Way for Future Rugby Stars

Aschin Klein Paves the Way for Future Rugby Stars

Accomplished SWD Women’s Rugby Head Coach, Aschin Klein, believes he has much more to offer rugby as he continues to make a valuable impact in the development of future national team players. In 1999, Klein began his coaching career while actively playing for his high...
Babalwa Latsha Stays Home to Keep Focus on 2021 Goals

Babalwa Latsha Stays Home to Keep Focus on 2021 Goals

History-making Springbok Women’s prop, Babalwa Latsha, has new plans up her sleeve to develop women’s rugby in South Africa after announcing that she will not be joining Spanish outfit, Eibar Women’s Rugby Club for the 2020/21 season. In 2020, Latsha broke new ground...
Springbok Women Step up RWC Preparations

Springbok Women Step up RWC Preparations

With the Rugby World Cup kicking off in New Zealand in a little over eight months, the Springbok Women shifted to a higher gear in their preparations with a training camp kicking off in Stellenbosch earlier this week. The Rugby World Cup will be hosted in New Zealand...
Women Officials Marching On

Women Officials Marching On

There is a significant move taking place in world sport, as the inclusion of women match officials gains momentum. In early December 2020, Stephanie Frappart became the first woman referee to take charge of a men’s UEFA Champions League match. Frappart’s historic...
YTC – The Future of Women’s Rugby

YTC – The Future of Women’s Rugby

Few sports showcase the strength of young women, the first question parents asked about full contact rugby at the age of 14 for their daughter is, “Is it too rough, shouldn’t it be for boys?” One of the traditions of women’s rugby is to break the stereotype...