Springboks legend dies two months after 1995 team-mate James Small
Are the Springboks closing the gap on New Zealand after their 46-13 thumping of Argentina?
Springboks legend to leave Allianz Park a ‘happy man’
Does this leave Wasps short at full-back?
Leave the Rainbow Nation for a move north like many of his countrymen?
Jean Kleyn will gain Irish residency just in time for the World Cup
England recently ended their five test losing streak, delivering a highly controlled performance, thereby saving face and grabbing their first win in South Africa, at Newlands, after a gap of 18 years. The Springboks didn’t show much discipline in this match, conceding 15 penalties, compared to England’s 6. Once they had the momentum and the […]
By Brendan Gallagher I don’t think I’m alone in thinking that Sale’s Faf De Klerk could well have been the Premiership player of the season and for those not yet convinced by the diminutive scrum-half, last Saturday’s virtuoso performance will surely have alerted you to his special qualities. The great thing about De Klerk is […]
Duane Vermeulen, Faf de Klerk and Willie le Roux are in for the Boks…
Brendan Gallagher looks at the trailblazers who paved the way for Siya Kolisi to become the first black Springboks captain 24 years on from the end of Apartheid