Springbok Women head coach Louis Koen has named a squad of 32 players for a 10-day alignment camp ahead of the touring group to Europe next month with fixtures against Scotland, Wales, Spain and the USA
Libbie Janse van Rensburg scored a hat-trick of tries as the Springbok Women saved their best for last, wrapping up WXV 2 with a 33-7 bonus point victory over Samoa in Cape Town on Friday
Springbok Women’s captain Babalwa Latsha is demanding a memorable performance from her team in the final WXV – 2 Test tournament tie, against Samoa on Friday afternoon, kicking off at 4:30pm at the Athlone Stadium in Cape Town
Nolusindiso Booi to make a record 39th Test appearance at lock, Byrhandrè Dolf starts at wing, Micke Gunter at hooker, and Catha Jacobs at flanker in four changes to the Bok Women starting team to face Italy in the second round of WXV 2 on Friday
Defending champions Border Ladies comfortably book their place in the final of the SA Rugby Women’s Premier Division after a 65-0 victory over Golden Lions Women.
The third phase of the Springbok Women’s 18-month Rugby World Cup planning campaign kicks into gear on Sunday, when the team assembles at the Stellenbosch Academy of Sport.
The Barbarians humbled the Springbok Women’s team 60-5 at Twickenham on Saturday, as the visitors concluded their World Cup preparation international friendly tour after a bruising campaign through France, Wales and England
Injuries force Springbok Women’s coach, Stanley Raubenheimer, to make changes to national team ahead of their international match against Barbarians Women in Twickenham on Saturday.
The Springbok Women’s team earn a much-needed confidence boost with a six try victory over England’s Under-20 team in London on Sunday.
World Cup plans on track as Coach ensures that every player will get a run wearing the Green and Gold in the European Friendlies Tour, as the Springbok Women prepare for England U20s in London on Sunday
The Springbok Women’s team depart for the November 2021 Series tour to France on Sunday, 31 October, as preparations continue heading into the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand, which is less than a year away
Six new caps announced and three big guns return for first Springbok Women’s overseas tour since 2018 as preparations for next year’s Rugby World Cup in New Zealand continue. #gsportGlobal