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  • Snyman returns to lead a blend of experience and youth to North America

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    Thursday, February 22, 2018   The experienced Philip Snyman is back from injury and will yet again spearhead the Springbok Sevens’ effort next weekend in Las Vegas when they contest round five of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series. Snyman, one of only six South Africans to play in 50 HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series tournaments, missed the previous tournament in Hamilton, New Zealand earlier this month due to a hamstring injury, but is ready for the trip to North America. Three other half centurions are also Nevada bound – Kyle Brown (62...

  • Geduld injury add to BlitzBokke injuries, Super Rugby woes

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    Wednesday, February 14, 2018   The Springbok Sevens team will be without playmaker Justin Geduld for the next two tournaments in the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, in Las Vegas and Vancouver. Geduld, who was the leading points’ scorer at the HSBC Sydney Sevens three weeks ago, fractured his jaw in Hamilton and will be out of action for approximately six weeks. The Blitzbokke assembled at their Stellenbosch training base on Wednesday to begin preparations for the Las Vegas and Vancouver tournaments. Geduld joins a number of players who are...

  • AUDIO: Werner Kok and Kyle Brown in Hamilton, NZ

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    Monday, February 05, 2018   Werner Kok feels that his inclusion into the HSBC NZ Sevens Dream Team was a result of him enjoying his time on the field with his fellow Springbok Sevens team-mates, but insists that the Blitzbokke staying ahead in the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series remains top priority. Kok impressed all weekend in Hamilton, with some strong runs, try assists and a number of telling defensive interventions and was deservedly named in the traditional Dream Team afterwards. “I am very proud of my team mates as they make things...

Snyman returns to lead a blend of experience and youth to North America

Posted on: Feb 22 2018 - 6:09pm | Comments Off on Snyman returns to lead a blend of experience and youth to North America
In: Las Vegas 2018
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Thursday, February 22, 2018   The experienced Philip Snyman is back from injury and will yet again spearhead the Springbok Sevens’ effort next weekend in Las Vegas when they contest round five of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series. Snyman, one of only six South Africans to play in 50 HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series tournaments, missed the previous tournament in Hamilton, New Zealand earlier this month due to a hamstring injury, but is ready for the trip to North America. Three other half centurions are also Nevada bound – Kyle Brown (62 tournaments), Branco du Preez (57) and Cecil Afrika (55) will provide the team with a backbone of experience in Las Vegas, where outside back Muller du Plessis could potentially make his Blitzbok debut. Most...

Geduld injury add to BlitzBokke injuries, Super Rugby woes

Posted on: Feb 14 2018 - 3:04pm | Comments Off on Geduld injury add to BlitzBokke injuries, Super Rugby woes
In: Las Vegas 2018
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Wednesday, February 14, 2018   The Springbok Sevens team will be without playmaker Justin Geduld for the next two tournaments in the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, in Las Vegas and Vancouver. Geduld, who was...

AUDIO: Werner Kok and Kyle Brown in Hamilton, NZ

Monday, February 05, 2018   Werner Kok feels that his inclusion into the HSBC NZ Sevens Dream Team was a result of him enjoying his time on the field with his fellow Springbok Sevens team-mates, but insists that the Blitzbokke staying ahead in the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series remains top priority. Kok impressed all weekend in Hamilton, with some strong runs,...

Posted on: Feb 5 2018 - 3:51pm | Comments Off on AUDIO: Werner Kok and Kyle Brown in Hamilton, NZ
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Snyman returns to lead a blend of experience and youth to North America

Thursday, February 22, 2018   The experienced Philip Snyman is back from injury and will yet again spearhead the Springbok Sevens’...

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Geduld injury add to BlitzBokke injuries, Super Rugby woes

Wednesday, February 14, 2018   The Springbok Sevens team will be without playmaker Justin Geduld for the next two tournaments...

LadyBlitzBokke zoom in on first hurdle

Thursday, February 1, 2018   The Springbok Women’s Sevens team arrived in Brisbane, Australia earlier this week with a new coach and captain, and according to Zintle...

Branco jets off to New Zealand as BlitzBokke injuries mount

Thursday, February 2018   Springbok Sevens veteran Branco du Preez will join the team in New Zealand after injury struck yet again, ruling out potential debutant Muller du Plessis from the forthcoming tournament in Hamilton. Du Preez was called up to replace Du Plessis, who injured his hamstring during the team’s training session on Thursday. The Blitzbokke veteran, who has...

Geduld injury add to BlitzBokke injuries, Super Rugby woes

Wednesday, February 14, 2018   The Springbok Sevens team will be without playmaker Justin Geduld for the next two tournaments...