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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.

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.

SA Rugby congratulates Erasmus and Kolisi on SA Sport Awards

Rassie Erasmus and Siya Kolisi capped a brilliant year for the Springboks by walking away with two coveted SA Sport Awards in Durban on Sunday evening, a week after they won the Rugby World Cup and cleaned up at the World Rugby Awards in Japan.

Kolisi thanks SA for “unbelievable support” on Trophy Tour

Springbok captain Siya Kolisi thanked South Africans from all walks of life for coming out in their hundreds of thousands to congratulate the Boks on winning the Rugby World Cup in the last week.

Gallery: Springbok RWC Trophy Tour concludes in Cape Town

The fifth and final leg of the RWC Trophy Tour took place in Cape Town, where tens of thousands of Springbok fans yet again lined the streets, and not even bus trouble could dampen the spirit. All pictures courtesy of Gallo Images.

Gallery: Springbok RWC Trophy Tour in Port Elizabeth

Wet and cold weather could not stop thousands of Springbok fans lining the streets of Port Elizabeth as the RWC Trophy Tour rolled through town. All pictures courtesy of Gallo Images.

Springbok Trophy Tour - Cape Town route for Monday

The fifth and final leg of the Springboks’ RWC Trophy Tour will take place in Cape Town on Monday, 11 November, with the bus travelling from the City Hall through the CBD and onto Langa, Belhar and Elsies River.

Isuzu Southern Kings make history in Swansea

There was unbridled joy for the Isuzu Southern Kings in the Guinness PRO14 on Saturday as they made history by registering their first away win in the competition and their first win of the season against Ospreys in Swansea.

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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.

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.