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Flashback: Tokyo Sevens 2012

Tuesday, 28 February 2017   Flashback to Tokyo Rugby Sevens 2012… Shibuya district. I’ve been to Japan before, never to the capital though. I ventured into Tokyo’s Shibuya district… looking for dinner and maybe some entertainment. On the way I bumped into Hong Kong Sevens Media boss Sean Moore and his Missus. Dinner done, I happened on this little club… off the beaten track. I was lost. I think. But I loved the sounds. Liked the atmosphere. I stayed. It wasn’t Nabe Sada San… The legendary Japanese saxophonist Sadao Watanabe whom I met in Taipei some time ago, but it was great. How a tiny girl could put out those notes was amaze-ballz! The video below is not of the day I actually saw Kaori Kobayashi...

Canada Sevens boosts Vancouver Tourism Record

US Ambassador’s message to BlitzBokke (delayed)

Monday, 27 February 2017   Former Premier of the Western Cape Province (2004 – 2008), His Excellency Mr Ebrahim Rasool served his tenure as South African Ambassador to the United States (2010 – 2015) during the time when the BlitzBokke last won the USA Sevens title in Las Vegas (2014). As you can see from the the 36 current views of the video at...

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Flashback: Tokyo Sevens 2012

Tuesday, 28 February 2017   Flashback to Tokyo Rugby Sevens 2012… Shibuya district. I’ve been to Japan before, never...

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Canada Sevens boosts Vancouver Tourism Record

Tuesday, 28 February 2017   The year 2016/2017 has been another banner year for tourism in Vancouver. Recent data released by...

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Toetie looking forward to 2017 Season

Monday, 27 February 2017   Springbok coach Allister Coetzee is looking forward to start the season in earnest. The coach is busy with the preparation plans of the forthcoming international...

BREAKING NEWS: Allister Coetzee retained as Springboks coach

Monday, 27 February 2017   The Executive Council of SA Rugby on Monday reaffirmed its support for Springbok coach, Allister Coetzee, as it announced the coaching and management structure for eight national teams, involving 46 individuals. Franco Smith Former Springbok Franco Smith was confirmed as a new member of the Springbok coaching team among a number of adjustments. A major...

Flashback: Tokyo Sevens 2012

Tuesday, 28 February 2017   Flashback to Tokyo Rugby Sevens 2012… Shibuya district. I’ve been to Japan before, never to the capital though. I ventured into Tokyo’s Shibuya district… looking...

Canada Sevens boosts Vancouver Tourism Record

Tuesday, 28 February 2017   The year 2016/2017 has been another banner year for tourism in Vancouver. Recent data released...