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Video: Extended highlights of the 2019 RWC Final

Extended highlights of the 2019 Rugby World Cup final between the Springboks and England in Yokohama, Japan on Saturday, 2 November.

Boks in 2019: Brave Blossoms ... again (RWC Part 4)

Seventy-five days. That was the time it took since the Springboks boarded their flight to Japan, to when Siya Kolisi and a bunch of his team-mates returned to Cape Town to deliver the Webb Ellis Cup to SA Rugby HQ.

Coetzee focuses on 2021 after second RWC disappointment

Marcell Coetzee aims to put his double Rugby World Cup disappointment behind him by starring for the Springboks in their series against the British & Irish Lions in 2021, but in the meantime his full focus is on helping Ulster to Guinness PRO14 and European success.

Du Toit, Jantjies shine at 2019 Players Choice Awards

The 2019 Players’ Player of the Year Award was scooped up by Pieter-Steph du Toit at the annual Players Choice Awards held by MyPlayers in Johannesburg on Tuesday evening.

Springboks to host Scotland and Georgia in July 2020

SA Rugby confirmed on Wednesday that the Springboks will face Scotland and Georgia in three home Tests in the new international window of July 2020, as part of the Castle Lager Incoming Series match schedule.

Boks in 2019: Racking up the points (RWC Part 3)

Seventy-five days. That was the time it took since the Springboks boarded their flight to Japan, to when Siya Kolisi and a bunch of his team-mates returned to Cape Town to deliver the Webb Ellis Cup to SA Rugby HQ.

Injuries creating challenges for Isuzu Southern Kings

The Isuzu Southern Kings are hoping that their try-scoring machine, former Junior Springbok winger Yaw Penxe, will be ready for their next Guinness PRO14 match against Connacht, but they are not banking on it.

Boks in 2019: Let the games begin! (RWC Part 2)

Seventy-five days. That was the time it took since the Springboks boarded their flight to Japan, to when Siya Kolisi and a bunch of his team-mates returned to Cape Town to deliver the Webb Ellis Cup to SA Rugby HQ.

Munster's Van Graan hungry for some silverware

Former Blue Bulls and Springbok assistant coach Johann van Graan is now into his third season as head coach of Irish club, Munster, in the Guinness PRO14 and he is eager to take the next step at the club by collecting some silverware.

Boks in 2019: Kon'nichiwa, Japan! (RWC Part 1)

Seventy-five days. That was the time it took since the Springboks boarded their flight to Japan, to when Siya Kolisi and a bunch of his team-mates returned to Cape Town to deliver the Webb Ellis Cup to SA Rugby HQ.

Ever-smiling Brits hangs up his boots … for the final time

The oldest member of the Springboks’ Rugby World Cup squad, Schalk Brits, has retired from rugby for the second time in two years, but he insists this time it’s the real deal as he reflects on a career that ended on the highest of high notes in Japan.

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Video: Extended highlights of the 2019 RWC Final

Extended highlights of the 2019 Rugby World Cup final between the Springboks and England in Yokohama, Japan on Saturday, 2 November.

Boks in 2019: Brave Blossoms ... again (RWC Part 4)

Seventy-five days. That was the time it took since the Springboks boarded their flight to Japan, to when Siya Kolisi and a bunch of his team-mates returned to Cape Town to deliver the Webb Ellis Cup to SA Rugby HQ.

Coetzee focuses on 2021 after second RWC disappointment

Marcell Coetzee aims to put his double Rugby World Cup disappointment behind him by starring for the Springboks in their series against the British & Irish Lions in 2021, but in the meantime his full focus is on helping Ulster to Guinness PRO14 and European success.

Du Toit, Jantjies shine at 2019 Players Choice Awards

The 2019 Players’ Player of the Year Award was scooped up by Pieter-Steph du Toit at the annual Players Choice Awards held by MyPlayers in Johannesburg on Tuesday evening.

Springboks to host Scotland and Georgia in July 2020

SA Rugby confirmed on Wednesday that the Springboks will face Scotland and Georgia in three home Tests in the new international window of July 2020, as part of the Castle Lager Incoming Series match schedule.