England’s Red Roses taking to claim to the inaugural WXV 1 title in New Zealand last weekend was built on solid wins over Australia before righting the scales with a resounding win over Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 champs the Black Ferns
Babalwa Latsha is More than Just the Springbok Women’s Captain, She’s is a Trailblazer On and Off the Field
From a humble start to her career as a young player to becoming the first African women’s rugby star to sign an international professional contract, Springbok Women’s captain Babalwa Latsha is trailblazer, and has grown in to a well-known leader in women’s sport.
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
Italy rose to the top of the WXV 2 World Rugby tournament after their 36-18 win over the Springbok women in Cape Town on Friday evening, penalised by indiscipline and player fitness to reduce the hosts to just 13 in the second half
Players representing the 12 nations competing in WXV 2 and WXV 3 gathered in Cape Town and Dubai ahead of the start of World Rugby’s new annual global women’s 15s competition.
Interim head coach Louis Koen expresses confidence in the Springbok Women’s rugby team’s preparation and readiness in gearing up to face Kenya on Saturday ahead of the upcoming WXV 2 tournament.
The Springbok Women dominate in Rugby Africa Women’s Cup opener, thrashing Cameroon 87-0! Debutant Asiphe Mayaba shines with four sensational tries. 💪🔥#gsportAfrica
Springbok Women in line for added game time as World Rugby announces South Africa as one of three new WXV Tournament hosts as the global body places women at the forefront of its strategy to grow the sport to greater heights
South African referees Giana Viljoen and Zoë Naudé will officiate at the World Rugby Sevens Challenger Series, as announced by World Rugby.
South Africa’s Aimee Barrett-Theron will take charge of her first Rugby World Cup semi-final as announced by World Rugby.
South Africa’s Aimee Barrett-Theron has been announced as part of the match officials for the Rugby World Cup quarter-final round this weekend.
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.