Western Province out-muscled Border 15-13 in the final match of the National Girls U18 Rugby Week to claim the 2017 national honours, at the HT Pelatona Projects Stadium in Welkom
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
Defending champs Blue Bulls lead a contingent of 17 women’s teams all focussed on making their mark the 2016 SA Rugby Interprovincial Sevens tournament on Friday and Saturday at the Mbombela Stadium in Nelspruit.
The senior women’s provincial players kick-start their season on Saturday when the SA Rugby Women’s IPT gets underway across the country
Day Two at the SA Rugby Girls U16 Week saw SWD, Border and Western Province record back-to-back wins to emerge as leaders of the tournament’s opening rounds.
Coach Renfred Dazel is confident of the SA Select Women’s 7s squad selected for the Las Vegas Invitational, without injured players Zenay Jordaan and Marithy Pienaar
Border defeats Blue Bulls to win third consecutive home rugby IPT final as unbeaten Free State win B-section competition
The Blue Bulls will be going all out to dethrone SA Rugby IPT defending champs Border at the BCM Stadium in East London on Saturday