An exciting weekend loaded with rugby as the Premier Division strikes round eight, while the First Division Group 2 teams enter round three of their pool stages, and Group 1 of First Division kicks off #GoGirls
Border Ladies bounced back from successive defeats to outplay Blue Bulls Women, while Western Province reaffirmed their status as favourites to defend their Women’s Premier Division crown #GoGirls
The scramble for second place on the standings will be a big driving force for a few Women’s Premier Division teams this weekend as the competition enters round seven, while teams in Group 2 of the First Division will look to build on their momentum. #GoGirls
Blue Bulls shot up to third place after an impressive victory over EP Queens, while DHL WP and Border Ladies cemented their positions at the top of the Women’s Premier Division log standings. #GoGirls
Log positions will be a key focus in the fourth round of the Women’s Rugby Premier Division on Saturday, and the need to close in on pacesetters WP and Border becomes vital with the halfway stage in sight. #GoGirls
Defending Women’s Premier Division champions, DHL Western Province, and Border Ladies earn back-to-back wins in the competition in a gripping second round on Saturday. #GoGirls
The exciting first round of the Women’s Premier Division got off to an impressive start and has set the tone for more exhilarating performances this weekend. #GoGirls
Tokyo 2020 Olympic bound swimmer, Kaylene Corbett, is looking forward to competing at the Olympic Trials which will take place in Gqeberha from Wednesday.
Social Entrepreneur, Simone Upman, is using her passion for coaching to create more opportunities for children in the country with her sports academy.
Momentum Proteas Team Manager, Sedibu Mohlaba, has walked a long journey in sport and continues to play his part by positively impacting the women’s game, with the hopes of seeing the national women’s team win an ICC World Cup title.