The Barbarians humbled the Springbok Women’s team 60-5 at Twickenham on Saturday, as the visitors concluded their World Cup preparation international friendly tour after a bruising campaign through France, Wales and England
Injuries force Springbok Women’s coach, Stanley Raubenheimer, to make changes to national team ahead of their international match against Barbarians Women in Twickenham on Saturday.
After finishing as the strongest team in both their Tests against France and Wales on consecutive weekends, Springbok Women coach Stanley Raubenheimer says the growth shown by his team has been pleasing.
Their ability to stand up to the highly-rated French pack in Vannes on Saturday boosted the confidence of the Springbok Women’s forwards, and they are keen for another go against on Wales in Cardiff on Saturday
The Springbok Women’s team depart for the November 2021 Series tour to France on Sunday, 31 October, as preparations continue heading into the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand, which is less than a year away
Six new caps announced and three big guns return for first Springbok Women’s overseas tour since 2018 as preparations for next year’s Rugby World Cup in New Zealand continue. #gsportGlobal
Springbok Women’s coach Stanley Raubenheimer names Lusanda Dumke as captain for the squad to play Kenya in the first of two Test matches in Stellenbosch on Thursday.
The South African Rugby Union calls up 35 players to the Springbok Women’s World Cup training squad as preparations kick up a gear ahead of the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand in 2022 #GoGirls
A Springbok Women’s squad of 40 are in camp at Stellenbosch fine-tuning their preparations for the upcoming Rugby World Cup kicking off in New Zealand this September
Springboks head coach Stanley Raubenheimer has made six personnel changes to his starting side ahead of their final clash against Scotland at City Park Stadium on Saturday afternoon