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  • BlitzBokke nominated for ‘South African of the Year’

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    Wednesday, 20 September 2017   The Springboks Sevens team is one of five nominees for ‘South African of the Year.’ Jan Scannel, founder of National Braai Day as well as the South African of the Year award said: “The South African of the Year is someone who, with a phenomenal achievement, made you extremely proud to be South African. Our intention is to highlight exceptional performances by South Africans that bring the country to a standstill, and to acknowledge the special moments where the hearts of the nation beat together,...

  • Sage to lead Sevens Academy in Germany

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    Tuesday, 19 September 2017   Regular Springbok Sevens players Dylan Sage (17 Word Series tournaments) and Siviwe Soyizwapi (12 World Series Tournaments) will add much-needed experience to the SA Rugby Sevens Academy squad for the Oktoberfest Sevens in Munich, Germany on 29 and 30 September. Sage, who will captain the side, and Soyizwapi are two of the seven capped Blitzbokke included in the squad that will see the kick-off of the South African national squad’s campaign for the 2017/18 season. Zane Davids, Marco Labuschagne, Selvyn Davids,...

  • Springbok Women7s secure place at RWC Sevens

    by Mike Jansen ([email protected])

    Sunday, 17 September 2017   Stade de Jemmel, Monastir, Tunisia The Springbok Women7s team booked their tickets for the 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens championships in San Francisco, USA when they beat Kenya (12 – 17) in the Cup Final of the Rugby Africa Women’s Sevens tournament in Tunisia. South Africa’s Springbok Women’s Sevens advanced to the playoffs on Sunday by winning all their pool matches on Day 1. The event in Stade de Jemmel, Monastir also doubled as the qualifier for next year’s Rugby World Cup Sevens...

BlitzBokke nominated for ‘South African of the Year’

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Wednesday, 20 September 2017   The Springboks Sevens team is one of five nominees for ‘South African of the Year.’ Jan Scannel, founder of National Braai Day as well as the South African of the Year award said: “The South African of the Year is someone who, with a phenomenal achievement, made you extremely proud to be South African. Our intention is to highlight exceptional performances by South Africans that bring the country to a standstill, and to acknowledge the special moments where the hearts of the nation beat together, united in pride.” This year’s nominees are: Luvo Manyonga (long-jump athlete) Esther Mahlangu (internationally renowned artist) BlitzBokke Kevin Anderson (tennis player) Judge Mogoeng...

Springbok Women7s secure place at RWC Sevens

Sunday, 17 September 2017   Stade de Jemmel, Monastir, Tunisia The Springbok Women7s team booked their tickets for the 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens championships in San Francisco, USA when they beat Kenya (12 – 17) in the Cup Final of the Rugby Africa Women’s Sevens tournament in Tunisia. South Africa’s Springbok Women’s Sevens advanced...

Posted on: Sep 17 2017 - 6:06pm | Comments Off on Springbok Women7s secure place at RWC Sevens
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BlitzBokke nominated for ‘South African of the Year’

Wednesday, 20 September 2017   The Springboks Sevens team is one of five nominees for ‘South African of the Year.’ Jan...

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Sage to lead Sevens Academy in Germany

Tuesday, 19 September 2017   Regular Springbok Sevens players Dylan Sage (17 Word Series tournaments) and Siviwe Soyizwapi (12...

Posted on: Sep 17 2017 - 11:19am | Comments Off on Province ends Border Women’s Rugby dominance
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Province ends Border Women’s Rugby dominance

Sunday, 17 September 2017   In a muddy affair on Saturday, Western Province ended Border’s four-year dominance in the SA Rugby Women’s Interprovincial Competition. The ladies...

Mkhari, Ndawonde to debut for LadyBlitzBokke in Tunisia

Monday, 11 September 2017   Rights Mkhari and Zinhle Ndawonde will face a baptism of fire in the Rugby Africa Sevens in Tunisia on Saturday and Sunday as they make their Springbok Women’s Sevens debuts in the tournament that doubles up as the Rugby World Cup Sevens Qualifier.  Springbok Women’s Sevens coach Renfred Dazel on Monday made three personnel changes to the team that...

Sage to lead Sevens Academy in Germany

Tuesday, 19 September 2017   Regular Springbok Sevens players Dylan Sage (17 Word Series tournaments) and Siviwe Soyizwapi...