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Live streaming: Springbok Women v Spain from PE

Watch the Springbok Women taking on their counterparts from Spain live from the WJ de Wet Stadium in Despatch, from 15h00 on Saturday, 21 September.

Erasmus: “We can come back from this”

The Springboks’ 23-13 defeat by New Zealand in their Rugby World Cup opener had not deflated the belief of Rassie Erasmus, director of rugby, that South Africa could win the trophy for a third time.

All Blacks too good for Boks in Yokohama

Five minutes of first-half brilliance by the All Blacks were the difference as the New Zealanders emerged victorious by 23-13 from the Rugby World Cup Pool B opener against the Springboks in Yokohama, Japan on Saturday.

Raubenheimer disappointed but takes positives from defeat

Springbok Women’s coach Stanley Raubenheimer was disappointed with his team’s 29-12 defeat against Spain at the WJ de Wet Stadium in Despatch on Saturday, but he said there were positives they could build on going forward.

Live match updates: Springboks v All Blacks

Follow the action live from Yokohama in Japan, where the Boks are taking on the All Blacks in their opening Pool B match of the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

Seven debutantes in Bok Women's squad for Spain Test

Springbok Women’s coach Stanley Raubenheimer included seven uncapped players in his squad for their Test against Spain at the WJ de Wet Stadium in Despatch on Saturday, with Piwokuhle Nyanda (winger) guaranteed of her first cap after being included in the run-on team.

Proposed “50/22” law on trial in U19 Provincial Champs

Attacking play will come to the fore in the SA Rugby Under-19 Championship next week with one of World Rugby’s new experimental laws being trialled.

Siya Kolisi celebrates return of the SA/NZ rivalry

Siya Kolisi believes the rivalry between rugby’s greatest foes has been restored following two years of hard work by the Springbok management.

Springboks to honour memory of 1995 RWC hero

The Springbok team will carry the image of 1995 Rugby World Cup winner, Chester Williams, on their jersey in Saturday’s Pool B opener against New Zealand in Yokohama.

Qawe twins tackle their first national women’s rugby tour

Twins Chuma and Chumisa Qawe do not only share a special bond off the rugby field, they have also become inseparable on the field, where they have made a good impact as a duo in a series of big matches and with the national women’s squad in Port Elizabeth.

Duane’s 50th Test – its’ been a long time coming

Two thousand five hundred and seventy days. On Saturday, that will be how long Duane Vermeulen has had to wait to make his 50th Test appearance for the Springboks since his debut in 2012.

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