South Africans have always regarded the All Blacks as the traditional foe

We as South Africans have always regarded the All Blacks as our traditional foe, and that goes back to 1921 when the countries first played a Test, at that most inhospitable domain of Dunedin, correctly called the Edinburgh of the South, although many a South African who has visited that dull city would suggest it... Continue Reading →

All Blacks to play Argentina on Sat 27th Sept named and McCaw equals Colin Meads Record

The All Blacks team to play Argentina in the Investec Rugby Championship match in La Plata, Argentina, this weekend has been named. The Test against Argentina is at Estadio Ciudad de La Plata on Saturday 27 September. (Kick-off: 7.10PM, 11.10AM Sunday NZT) The forward pack features the return from injury of lock Samuel Whitelock and... Continue Reading →

Springbok Sevens team to help Rugby Museum celebrate 1st birthday

The Springbok Sevens team will help the Springbok Experience Rugby Museum celebrate its first birthday on Wednesday – Heritage Day – by making a special donation to the collection at a public ceremony. Springbok Sevens coach Neil Powell and his team will present one of their Team SA Commonwealth Games gold medal-winning jerseys to Jurie... Continue Reading →

Aaron Cruden boozy night gets him kicked out of All Black squad for Argentina and SA

Aaron Cruden was found keeping his head down at his Hamilton home today after he was kicked off the trip to Argentina for having a late night drinking session in Auckland. Cruden offered no comment when approached by media as he contemplated the massive repercusions of losing his spot on the All Blacks' trip to... Continue Reading →

On Sat on Heart 104.9fm from 8-9am we discuss the topic “Professionalism in schoolboy r ugby”

On Saturday on Heart 104.9fm from 8-9am we discuss the topic “Professionalism in schoolboy rugby”, during OTC -On the couch . The team of Flapper ,Martin and Tapfuma have a wonderful guest coming in to studio to discuss the topic The 1st Xv coach of a local school has agreed to come and chat about... Continue Reading →

Looking for new music try these guys YORKE is a band from Durban

YORKE is a band from Durban, South Africa formed in 2014 by Jordi Van Dyk, Joel Kenrick, Dean Wilkie and Bryn Scott. The music video for their first single, Goodbye Gravity, is due for release on the 1st of October 2014. Watch the teaser here: Their sound, described in a few words: colorful, creative,... Continue Reading →

One year today the Rugby World Cup kicks off in England . How are the coaches feeling ?

Exactly one year today the Rugby World Cup kicks off in England and wonders how well the coaches of the leading teams are sleeping as the countdown starts to the big September 18 kick-off in London. Some are sleeping better than others, make no mistake, and All Blacks coach Steve Hansen is no doubt one... Continue Reading →

Vodacom Super Rugby 2015 fixtures announced

The Cell C Sharks and the Vodacom Bulls launch the South African leg of the Vodacom Super Rugby season with home derbies against the Toyota Cheetahs and DHL Stormers respectively next year, SANZAR announced on Thursday. Meanwhile the Lions will host the Hurricanes at Ellis Park. The 2015 Vodacom Super Rugby campaign kicks off when... Continue Reading →

Superstar guests to join Sipho “Hotstix” Mabuse at Lyric Theatre on 1 October 2014

HEAVYWEIGHTS CONFIRMED TO SUPPORT SIPHO On Wednesday evening, 1 October, Sipho Mabuse will perform at The Lyric Theatre at Gold Reef City in Johannesburg, presenting a special single performance with some of the biggest names in music. The iconic PJ Powers and the legendary Pops Mohamed, will share the night with Sipho who has entitled... Continue Reading →

Ma’a Nonu’s broken forearm has ended his season ,but Dan Carter coming back for the All Blacks

Ma'a Nonu's broken forearm has ended his season. The All Blacks second five-eighth had an operation in Wellington on Sunday morning to have a plate inserted after suffering the injury in last night's 14-10 win over the Springboks. The blow came when Nonu made a tackle on opposite Jean de Villiers in the 31st minute.... Continue Reading →

The All Blacks beat the Springboks 14-10 in a gripping test. See the New Zealand players ratings below

The All Blacks beat the Springboks 14-10 in a gripping test on Saturday night. Stuff's rugby writers Liam Napier and Toby Robson run the rule over the New Zealand players and rate their performances. Forwards: Wyatt Crockett 5.5 Scrum work was solid and worked hard around the track but dropped one pass when the All... Continue Reading →

Proud Springboks still the biggest challenge for All Blacks

Uncomfortable, unspoken questions have hung over the Springbok camp in Wellington this week. South Africa's record against the All Blacks has lost its shine. Since the historic first series win over the Springboks in 1996, the All Blacks have won 28 of the 40 tests between the sides. And it has been three long years... Continue Reading →

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