Springboks coach Rassie Erasmus has revealed that he has his mind pretty much made up as to who could be in the Rugby World Cup squad.
England have recalled Danny Cipriani who last played for the side on the 2018 tour of South Africa.
Organizers unveiled the tickets for the 2019 Rugby World Cup with Japanese art the heart of the striking designs.
World Rugby have named the 12 officials who will take charge of 2019 Rugby World Cup matches in Japan.
The Springboks will have a new look in the Rugby World Cup in Japan, beginning in September.
Sanzaar has confirmed the Rugby Championship fixtures for the 2019 season, with the Springboks and the Wallabies set to open proceedings at Ellis Park.
World Rugby are insistent that the Nations Championship will be a huge source of revenue for the sport.
With the World Cup looming, Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus says he will pick strong teams in the Rugby Championship.
Quade Cooper has been told what he needs to do to get into Australia’s Rugby World Cup plans.
The Springboks have been slated as one of the favourites to lift the trophy.
Former Springbok captain Adriaan Strauss will lead a World XV side laden with South Africans when they face Japan in Osaka on 26 October. The team will be coached by ex-Australia coach Robbie Deans and features former internationals in Wallabies prop Ben Alexander and centre Ma’a Nonu, who made more than 100 appearances for the […]
The Springboks will surely have a few tattooed players in the 2019 RWC squad.
The sport’s governing body sees the non-traditional rugby nations as good destinations to tap into rugby’s potential for growth.
It’s easy to get carried away in the euphoria of achieving the impossible, but the Springboks will be right to believe they can now conquer the world.
The road to World Cup glory begins on Saturday, according to a man who’s done it before.
Finally, a nightmare just got a lot less terrifying.
The Boks impressed Eddie Jones enough to tip them for the William Webb-Ellis trophy.
According to SA Rugby and Boland, there is nothing to the bombshells dropped by Div in his explosive first press conference as Zimbabwe head coach.
We could see a return of the likes of Bismarck du Plessis back in the Bok setup as Rassie prepares for next year’s World Cup.
Div could find himself squaring up against the Springboks if he manages to lead his new charges to World Cup qualification.
The return of The Div…
I’ve always wondered what the obsession is with a 4-year cycle between Rugby World Cups.