Springbok Women’s Sevens Savour HSBC SVNS Core Status

Shona Leah Weston pictured on the attack during the Springbok Women Sevens’ practice against Spain following arrival in Hong Kong, ahead of the sixth HSBC SVNS tournament stop in the Far East this weekend. Photo: SA Rugby

The Springbok Women’s Sevens team is starting to find the flow of the HSBC SVNS to their liking, and as the self-belief grows with improved performances, SA awaits the iconic Hong Kong tournament with great anticipation

Springbok Women’s Sevens Look to the Lift Intensity

SA’s most-capped Springbok Sevens player co-captain Mathrin Simmers says that SA is improving at dealing with the intensity of the best teams, and that SVNS Los Angeles is another opportunity to close the gap on top sides. Photo: SA Rugby

SA’s most-capped Springbok Sevens player co-captain Mathrin Simmers says that SA is improving at dealing with the intensity of the best teams, and that SVNS Los Angeles is another opportunity to close the gap on top sides

Injuries Setbacks for Bok Women’s Ahead of Cape Town SVNS

Springbok Women Sevens coach Renfred Dazel will have to make do without Zintle Mpupha and Libbie Janse van Rensburg who have both ruled out of action ahead of this weekend’s HSBC SVNS Cape Town. Both players are out due to injuries.

Springbok Women Sevens coach Renfred Dazel will have to make do without Zintle Mpupha and Libbie Janse van Rensburg who have both ruled out of action ahead of this weekend’s HSBC SVNS Cape Town. Both players are out due to injuries.

SASCOC Announces #TeamSA for Glasgow 2014

SASCOC has announced an initial squad of 155 athletes of the full complement of 187 to the Glasgow 2014 Commonweath Games, at which 43 medals are expected to be won by #TeamSA

Banyana Striker Knocking on Door of Top Award

As the only female nominee, Banyana Banyana striker Noko Matlou will aim to follow in the footsteps of Natalie du Toit when the Sports Star of the Year is announced at the prestigious South African Sports Awards later this month.