Danelle Lochner has joined Springbok women captain Babalwa Latsha at Harlequins Women, where a third Bok player Aseza Hele will also later make her way to the UK to join her two South African team mates.
Tayla Kinsey, the most capped scrumhalf in Springbok Women history will not play for SA after HIA protocols in the Test against Italy, and the Springbok Women will also miss Luchell Hanekom and Aseza Hele in their final Test against Manusina Samoa
Italy rose to the top of the WXV 2 World Rugby tournament after their 36-18 win over the Springbok women in Cape Town on Friday evening, penalised by indiscipline and player fitness to reduce the hosts to just 13 in the second half
Nolusindiso Booi to make a record 39th Test appearance at lock, Byrhandrè Dolf starts at wing, Micke Gunter at hooker, and Catha Jacobs at flanker in four changes to the Bok Women starting team to face Italy in the second round of WXV 2 on Friday
South Africa’s Springbok Women fell to a narrow 31-17 defeat against Scotland in their opening WXV 2 match on Friday, but the hosts showed marked improvement from previous encounters
Bulls Daisies’ Lerato Makua will make a welcome return to the Springbok Women team at flanker in their friendly against San Clemente Rhinos today at 16h00 CAT, since being cleared to return to match action after picking up an injury in the Women’s Premier Division final.
Springbok Women’s Rugby player Aseza Hele is taking a new step in her career, as she will feature for Harlequins Rugby Club ahead of the 2023/24 Allianz Premiership Women’s Rugby season.
Springbok No.8 Aseza Hele is looking forward to the team’s trip to Europe, which includes Tests against Canada and Spain in the coming weeks.
Heartbreak Rugby World Cup loss to Fiji as Springbok Women squander historic win with minutes to go in their second pool match in New Zealand #gsportGlobal
Springbok Women’s No.8 Aseza Hele says the team are perfectly happy to sail under the radar at the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand and prefer not to get into the pre-tournament hype of the global showpiece.
The third phase of the Springbok Women’s 18-month Rugby World Cup planning campaign kicks into gear on Sunday, when the team assembles at the Stellenbosch Academy of Sport.
Defending Women’s Premier Division champions, DHL Western Province, and Border Ladies earn back-to-back wins in the competition in a gripping second round on Saturday. #GoGirls