Quantcast

Missed us? Buy TRP here!

Subscribers login | Free sample

Newsletter

Get our weekly Rugby email

Search Results

British & Irish Lions 2021 tour of South Africa schedule release

The Lions will play the world champion Springboks at three massive stadiums in 2021

South Africa’s World Cup stars to light up Barbarians’ November tour

South African World Cup champions Lukhanyo Am, Makazole Mapimpi, Tendai “Beast” Mtawarira and Herschel Jantjies will be in action for the Barbarians when they take on Fiji for the Killik Cup at Twickenham, Brazil in Sao Paolo and Wales at the Principality Stadium as part of the invitational side’s November international tour. In a twist, […]

Chester Williams, only black player from South Africa’s 1995 World Cup win, dies aged 49

Springboks legend dies two months after 1995 team-mate James Small

South Africa clinch first Rugby Championship title in a decade

Are the Springboks closing the gap on New Zealand after their 46-13 thumping of Argentina?

Schalk Burger to end Saracens stint and return to South Africa

Springboks legend to leave Allianz Park a ‘happy man’

Willie le Roux to leave Wasps amid interest from Japan and South Africa

Does this leave Wasps short at full-back?

South Africa captain Siya Kolisi should make the move north, urges Springbok World Cup winner

Leave the Rainbow Nation for a move north like many of his countrymen?

Munster sign South African import to lengthy extension

Jean Kleyn will gain Irish residency just in time for the World Cup

England grab their first win in South Africa since 2000

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 […]

De Klerk puts mighty spring into the new South Africa

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 […]

Have Your Say!

[snack_ad id="6539107" type="1by1"]