Weekend Wins for Dominant WP and Border Ladies

Western Province delivered a strong second-half performance against Cell C Sharks Women at a soaking wet Newlands in Cape Town for a 29-5 victory on Saturday, 3 July 2021. Photo: WomenBoks (Twitter)

2019 Women’s Premier Division finalists, Western Province and Border Ladies, proved once again why they deserve to battle it out for the title this season after further victories in the penultimate pool round of the competition #GoGirls

Rugby Action Switches into Higher Gear for Season Conclusion

Premier Division log-leaders, DHL Western Province, will host the Blue Bulls Women in Cape Town at 13h00 in their second match-up of the season, with the clash being broadcast live on SuperSport. Photo: WomenBoks (Twitter)

The women’s provincial season will switch into a new gear on Saturday as the Premier Division teams start the second half of their campaigns, while four of the five teams in Group 2 of the Women’s First Division will launch their 2021 season. #GoGirls

Talent Tuesday: Sensational Boks

The celebrations have continued since the Springboks’ successful qualification for the 2021 Rugby Women’s World Cup was finally confirmed last Saturday, however the focus will be on improving the team for the prestigious event

“They Deserve This Achievement” – Springbok Coach

Springboks head coach Stanley Raubenheimer has drawn the positives from his team’s incredible performances in the qualifying round for the 2021 Rugby Women’s World Cup but pointed out that there are areas to work on before the prestigious event

“Springboks Hopeful About World Cup Spot” – Kama

Springboks assistant coach Lungisa Kama revealed that the team are hopeful of booking their place for the 2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup in New Zealand, as they head into their decider match against Kenya on Saturday at the Bosman Stadium