Women Officials Marching On

Match Official Stephanie Frappart broke new ground in 2020, when she became the first woman referee to take charge of a men’s UEFA Champions League match. Photo: Actu Foot (Twitter)

Women match officials made significant strides to break new ground in the past year, taking charge of top-class matches across the globe. Today, we look back at these incredible feats.

5 Mins with Springbok Captain, Nomsebenzi Tsotsobe

gsport caught up with Springbok Women’s Rugby captain, Nomsebenzi Tsotsobe, for a quick chat, and asked her about the state of women’s rugby, one year after South Africa’s first ever appearance in the IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup.

2007 May Woman in Media: Zeena Isaacs

Zeena Isaacs is South Africa’s only female rugby analyst. Having entertained sports fans with her insightful articles on rugby and golf for Business Day since 2004, Zeena Isaacs turned her […]

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 […]

Jake Lauds Springbok Women

National men’s rugby coach, Jake White has paid tribute to the Springbok women’s rugby squad on the eve of their departure to Canada for the 2006 Women’s Rugby World Cup.

gsport Wishes the Boks Well

The girls at gsport would like to wish Jake White’s men the best of luck as they go in search of their first win in this year’s tri-nations. The Springboks […]