World Rugby’s WXV 2 Returns to South Africa in September

Six of the best women’s teams on the planet will return later this year for the second instalment of WXV 2, after World Rugby announced South Africa among the three host venues for their flagship annual women’s tournaments, on Wednesday, 28 February, 2024. Photo: SA Rugby

Six of the best women’s teams on the planet will return later this year for the second instalment of WXV 2, after World Rugby announced South Africa among the three host venues for their flagship annual women’s tournaments on Wednesday

Three Springbok Women Ruled Out of Samoa Clash

Tayla Kinsey, the most capped scrumhalf in Springbok Women history will not play for SA after HIA protocols in the Test against Italy, and the Springbok Women will also miss Luchell Hanekom and Aseza Hele in their final Test against Manusina Samoa

Tayla Kinsey, the most capped scrumhalf in Springbok Women history will not play for SA after HIA protocols in the Test against Italy, and the Springbok Women will also miss Luchell Hanekom and Aseza Hele in their final Test against Manusina Samoa

Springbok Women Geared for Italian Job

South Africa’s most-capped scrumhalf Tayla Kinsey all of a decade to get to 30 Test caps for the Springbok Women, and she is hugely impressed at the impact of the WXV Competition, which sees the Boks take on Italy in Athlone Stadium on Friday. Photo: SA Rugby

South Africa’s most-capped scrumhalf Tayla Kinsey all of a decade to get to 30 Test caps for the Springbok Women, and she is hugely impressed at the impact of the WXV Competition, which sees the Boks take on Italy in Athlone Stadium on Friday