Danelle Lochner has joined Springbok women captain Babalwa Latsha at Harlequins Women, where a third Bok player Aseza Hele will also later make her way to the UK to join her two South African team mates.
Springbok Women in line for added game time as World Rugby announces South Africa as one of three new WXV Tournament hosts as the global body places women at the forefront of its strategy to grow the sport to greater heights
SA Rugby Women’s Premier Division champions Border Women will start the defence of their title against the Blue Bulls Women at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria as the 2022 rendition of the top-flight provincial women’s competition kicks off.
Springbok women’s centre, Zintle Mpupha, becomes only the second South African woman to sign a professional rugby contract and says she hopes this opens more doors for women players. #gsportGlobal
The Springbok Women’s team will embark on a tour of Europe later this year, with a Test against France in Vannes confirmed, as well as a first clash against the Barbarians Women as part of a unique double-header at Twickenham #GoGirls
Springbok Women will return to the field against Kenya in two Tests that will mark their first international action in almost two years in Stellenbosch
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
Springbok Women’s coach, Stanley Raubenheimer, expresses his satisfaction with his team as they wrap up their two-and-a-half-month national training camp in Stellenbosch
More is being done to raise the profile of women’s sport than ever before it reflects in another bumper monthly edition of #GAL2021 Newsmakers as we unveil February’s List!
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.
Ireland recorded their first win of the IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup 2006 with a comprehensive 37-0 defeat of South Africa at St Albert Rugby Club.