gsport is delighted to announce the ten South African individuals and teams unveiled as its October’s Newsmakers, who now join those already in consideration for national acclaim at gsport’s year-end gsport Annual List, early in December.
The Springbok Women Sevens team have won the Rugby Africa Women’s Sevens crown after beating Kenya by 12-7 in a tightly contested final, after beating Zambia 31-0 earlier on the day to contest the final in Tunisia on Sunday
Former Proteas netball player Sikholiwe ‘Sne’ Mdletshe has been selected as the only uncapped player in the 12-member Springbok Women’s Sevens squad for the Rugby Africa Women’s Sevens Olympics 2024 Qualifier in Tunisa on 14 and 15 October
Springbok Women annihilate Zimbabwe 108-0, scoring 17 tries in Pool A of the Rugby Africa Women’s Cup in Cape Town.
Rugby Africa Women’s Advisory Committee member, Regina Lunyolo, believes the goodwill and support from World Rugby and Rugby Africa has enabled further development for the women’s game on the continent.
Former national vice-captain Christel Kotze is on a mission to put Namibia on the women’s rugby map after her announcement as the first female coach of the country’s 15s and 7s teams
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!
Springbok Women’s prop, Babalwa Latsha, joins Rugby Africa’s sub-committee for Player Welfare and Participation as she looks forward to sharing her knowledge with the next generation.
Springbok women’s captain Babalwa Latsha included in Africa Campaign to drive interest in women’s rugby.
The Springbok Women’s team will be looking forward to retaining their Rugby Africa Women’s Cup title when they face Uganda, Madagascar and Kenya from the end of May