Provincial Women’s Rugby Back with A Bang

South Africa's top domestic and international women's rugby players will return to the field with a bang for the first time since 2019 when the Women's Premier and First Divisions kick off in May and June, respectively. Photo: SA Rugby website

South Africa’s top domestic and international women’s rugby players will return to the field with a bang for the first time since 2019 when the Women’s Premier and First Divisions kick off in May and June, respectively. #GoGirls

Women’s Rugby Receives Strategic Boost

SA Rugby has re-focused its approach to women’s rugby as a major strategic objective for the organisation, with the support of SA Rugby’s first High Performance Manager for Women’s Rugby, Lynne Cantwell. Photo: Springbok Women (Twitter)

Former Ireland captain, Lynne Cantwell, joins the Springbok Women’s team as SA Rugby’s first High Performance Manager for Women’s Rugby ahead of the World Cup in New Zealand.

Springboks Made to Wait to Defend Africa Title

SA Rugby CEO Jurie Roux and Springbok Women's coach Stanley Raubenheimer agreed on Tuesday, 2 June 2020, that the cancellation of the 2020 edition of the Rugby Africa Women's Cup was the best decision for all involved due to the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic. Photo: Springbok Women (Twitter)

The players have continued to put in the hard yards in terms of their training during lockdown, and I commend them for that.” – SA Rugby CEO, Jurie Roux, following news that the Rugby Africa Women’s Cup won’t go ahead due to Covid-19.

Coach Sephaka Unveils World Cup Boks

Skills, technique and consistency the key attributes Bok Women coach Lawrence Sephaka used to select his 26-member IRB Women’s World Cup France 2014 squad