Springbok Women head coach Louis Koen has named a squad of 32 players for a 10-day alignment camp ahead of the touring group to Europe next month with fixtures against Scotland, Wales, Spain and the USA
Libbie Janse van Rensburg scored a hat-trick of tries as the Springbok Women saved their best for last, wrapping up WXV 2 with a 33-7 bonus point victory over Samoa in Cape Town on Friday
Tayla Kinsey, the most capped scrumhalf in Springbok Women history will not play for SA after HIA protocols in the Test against Italy, and the Springbok Women will also miss Luchell Hanekom and Aseza Hele in their final Test against Manusina Samoa
Nolusindiso Booi to make a record 39th Test appearance at lock, Byrhandrè Dolf starts at wing, Micke Gunter at hooker, and Catha Jacobs at flanker in four changes to the Bok Women starting team to face Italy in the second round of WXV 2 on Friday
Skipper Babalwa Latsha says that she and the Springbok Women’s squad is relishing the opportunity to take the game to world no. 16-ranked Samoa in Hermans on Saturday afternoon
A fourth Test in four weeks for the Springbok Women holds iconic milestones for Nolusindiso Booi – set to become the most-capped player, and Maceala Samboya, set to make her Test debut for SA against Samoa in Hermanus on Saturday
Interim head coach Louis Koen announced a Springbok Women’s squad rich in Rugby World Cup experience for the inaugural WXV 2 tournament starting in the Western Cape this October, with South Africa to face Scotland, Italy, and Samoa in the group stages.
Bulls Daisies’ Lerato Makua will make a welcome return to the Springbok Women team at flanker in their friendly against San Clemente Rhinos today at 16h00 CAT, since being cleared to return to match action after picking up an injury in the Women’s Premier Division final.
South Africa’s Interim Head Coach Louis Koen should be broadly satisfied with the Springbok Women’s 77-12 victory over the Kenya Lionesses on Saturday in Cape Town, as the two African teams prepare for the upcoming WXV Tournament.
Interim head coach Louis Koen expresses confidence in the Springbok Women’s rugby team’s preparation and readiness in gearing up to face Kenya on Saturday ahead of the upcoming WXV 2 tournament.
Springbok Women interim coach Louis Koen praises his side’s desperate and courageous defence, despite a 66-7 loss to Canada in Madrid.
SARU Mobi-Unit members Pieter de Villiers and Chean Roux fine-tune the Hong-Kong-bound SA Select team at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in Port Elizabeth