Springbok Coach Happy with Camp

Springbok national women’s rugby coach David Dobela is upbeat following his team’s recent training camp held at the High Performance Centre in Pretoria from Nov 30-Dec 2.

Springbok Women’s Squad Trains

2007 Provincial Champions Eastern Province dominate the 32-member Springbok Women’s Training Squad announced by SARU, which will gather at the High Performance Centre this weekend in Pretoria, in advance their […]

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.

Nike Women’s Sports Stars Making Impact

    People often ask if women’s sport is improving, and I guess the mere fact that they’re asking the question, means that we’re finally talking about women in sport […]

gsport’s 2007 Award Nominees

  So, I see you’ve already started voting …, which means you know that 1 August 2007 is a special day for gsport …for Girls!  

Review: 2006 Rugby World Cup

Springboks Women attending the 2006 IRB Rugby World Cup in Edmonton, Canada, are coming home on Wednesday morning, having completed their matches on Saturday.  

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 […]

Springboks gear up for England

The Springbok women’s rugby team face England at the IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup tonight, looking to bounce back from a crushing loss to Australia in their opening game last […]

Aussies Thrash Boks

Ruan Sims scored four of Australia’s 10 tries in their 68-12 defeat of South Africa in the second IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup match of the opening day at St […]

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.