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
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Former Springbok Physiotherapist, Dr Tanushree Pillay, is thankful for her new venture as she joins Paris Saint-Germain football club, after signing her official employment contract this week.
Springbok Women held a slender lead at the break and had to overcome a strong second half surge by a strengthened Kenya and a late try by captain Lusanda Dumke to beat Kenya for the Series win on Monday #gsportAfrica
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
Chairman says top women rugby players must be guaranteed the stage they deserve as World Rugby formally postpones the World Cup to 2022.
Springbok Women’s coach Stanley Raubenheimer expresses satisfaction with strides being made by the national team players in their training camp as the countdown continues to the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand this September.
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.
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.