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
In Vancouver Canada for the Vancouver leg of HSBC SNVS’ season, Springbok Sevens wing Marlize de Bruin says the team is determined: “We have clear goals on this trip and that includes a number of wins on the field.
Springbok Women’s Sevens head coach Renfred Dazel has included the uncapped Bianca Augustyn and recalled Alichia Arries for the next two HSBC SVNS tournaments in Vancouver and Los Angeles
The improvement shown by the Springbok Women’s Sevens team in Perth will give the coaching staff and players a confidence boost for the next two HSBC SVNS tournaments, in Vancouver […]
The Springbok Women’s Sevens team bounced back from a disappointing start to the HSBC SVNS Perth by bagging two consecutive wins on Saturday, booking them a spot in Sunday’s ninth-place final against Brazil
Springbok Women’s Sevens Head Coach Renfred Dazel says that the Bok Sevens team is well prepared, but that the stern realities of the least experienced team against the host union on their national holiday will make for a tough opening day
Former athletic talent and present-day national winger Maria Tshiremba is keen to keep on scoring tries while stepping up her defensive game as the Springbok Women’s Sevens team departs for the HSBC SVNS in Perth, Australia
Springbok Women’s Sevens coach Renfred Dazel has welcomed back experienced campaigners Eloise Webb and Zintle Mpupha for the third tournament in the 2024 HSBC SVNS at HBF Park in Perth, Western Australia, next weekend
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The Springbok Women’s Sevens team are disappointed after failing to live up to hyped expectations at the Cape Town SVNS over the weekend, with injuries to key players hobbling the team’s hopes of rewarding home fans and family at the international event