Bulls Thunder Into Final

The powerful Blue Bulls, with a full contingent of returning Springboks, will be looking to drive home their advantage against Western Province in the Women’s Rugby Inter-Provincial Final at Loftus,

Bulls Look for Loftus Domination

As the provincial women’s rugby tournament nears its conclusion this weekend, power house Blue Bulls will host Boland at Loftus on Saturday, while Western Province take on South Western Districts

Review: 2006 Rugby World Cup

Springboks Women attending the 2006 IRB Rugby World Cup in Edmonton, Canada, are coming home on Wednesday morning, having completed their matches on Saturday.  

New Zealand Rugby’s Best Again

New Zealand have been crowned IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup champions for an unprecedented third time after a hard fought but pulsating 25-17 defeat of England at Commonwealth Stadium in

South Africa 0-36 Kazakhstan

South Africa faced Kazakhstan in the cold morning rain as both teams were hungry for their first win in the tournament. Excellent handling in the backs, despite wet frigid weather,

Samoa Inflicts 4th Bok Loss

Tough Samoan defence and punishing tackles paved the way for a 43-10 victory over South Africa at St Albert Rugby Club in Edmonton.  

Where to Bokke?

The Black Ferns last night laid the best platform from which to confirm their reputation as the world’s most successful women’s rugby team, after they convincingly beat France 40-10 to

Boks Struggle in Rugby WC

The 2006 Women’s Rugby World Cup is fast approaching its conclusion, with tonight’s semi-finals featuring the battle between host nation Canada and mighty England, while defending champions New Zealand’s Black

No Points in Bok’s 3rd Loss

Ireland recorded their first win of the IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup 2006 with a comprehensive 37-0 defeat of South Africa at St Albert Rugby Club.

Updated: Last Chance for Boks

This evening the Springbok Women face their final pool match against Ireland in the 2006 IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup, with a first World Cup match win still going a-begging.

Smit Rules in Canada

The Springboks are yet to win a match at the IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup, but South Africa is still winning on the field.

SA no match for England

England captain Sue Day scored four of her side’s 12 tries as they beat South Africa 74-8 in their IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup match at Ellerslie Rugby Park in

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