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World Rugby issues breakdown law application guideline

World Rugby has issued a law application guideline for the breakdown following the Executive Committee's approval of recommendations by the specialist breakdown working group.

The COVID-19 Diaries Part 13: In the line of fire

The majority of people have been confined to their homes due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but not Springbok Women’s centre Zinhle Ndawonde, who has been on duty serving as a firefighter at the King Shaka International Airport in Durban.

The COVID-19 Diaries Part 14: "Siete nei nostri pensieri"

After a manic scramble to make it back in time, Springbok No 8 Duane Vermeulen safely returned to South Africa at the end of last week and is back with his family under national lockdown in Cape Town.

The COVID-19 Diaries Part 12: Healthy body and mind

While South Africans across the country have been coping with the COVID-19 lockdown in different ways, leading female referee Aimee Barrett-Theron has accepted the drastic life change as a valuable training and mental strength challenge.

Quiz: How well do you know our Springbok Centurions?

Six Springboks have worn the Green and Gold in more than 100 Tests - take our quiz to see how well you know them.

Video: Siya Kolisi's urgent appeal to South Africa

This is not a joke. People are dying. #StayHome #FlattentheCurve #StrongerTogether

The COVID-19 Diaries Part 11: Planning and analysing

It may be a case of “business unusual” for most coaches with the COVID-19 lockdown, but Springbok Women’s coach Stanley Raubenheimer is using the time at home wisely for planning and analysis purposes with an eye on the women’s international season.

The COVID-19 Diaries Part 9: Inspiration first, then golf

He is known as a destroyer of defences and knocking people down with his determined tackling, but since the COVID-19 pandemic struck, Werner Kok had to change his ways quite a bit.

British & Irish Lions ticket allocation ballot delayed

SA Rugby and the British & Irish Lions have jointly agreed to postpone the on-sale dates for the ticket ballots due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the supporter travel programme from abroad, for the eagerly awaited tour in 2021.

Backs with beards: And the winner is...

The scruffy guys with the proper facial hair usually play in the forwards, but at last year's Rugby World Cup, a couple of the backs also got their beard game up to scratch - we asked you to pick your favourite from these six ... and we have a winner!

The COVID-19 Diaries Part 10: Juggling motherhood and rugby

As if being a mother of an active one-year-old is not challenging enough, Springbok Women’s lock Celeste Adonis finds herself having to balance the demands of motherhood with training twice a day during the COVID-19 lockdown to maintain her fitness levels.

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World Rugby issues breakdown law application guideline

World Rugby has issued a law application guideline for the breakdown following the Executive Committee's approval of recommendations by the specialist breakdown working group.

The COVID-19 Diaries Part 13: In the line of fire

The majority of people have been confined to their homes due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but not Springbok Women’s centre Zinhle Ndawonde, who has been on duty serving as a firefighter at the King Shaka International Airport in Durban.

The COVID-19 Diaries Part 14: "Siete nei nostri pensieri"

After a manic scramble to make it back in time, Springbok No 8 Duane Vermeulen safely returned to South Africa at the end of last week and is back with his family under national lockdown in Cape Town.

The COVID-19 Diaries Part 12: Healthy body and mind

While South Africans across the country have been coping with the COVID-19 lockdown in different ways, leading female referee Aimee Barrett-Theron has accepted the drastic life change as a valuable training and mental strength challenge.

Quiz: How well do you know our Springbok Centurions?

Six Springboks have worn the Green and Gold in more than 100 Tests - take our quiz to see how well you know them.