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Vodacom Super Rugby Classic Match: Brumbies v Sharks (1996)

The Cell C Sharks travelled to the Manuka Oval in Canberra in 1996 for a Vodacom Super Rugby clash and despite starting very well, four tries by Wallaby speedster Joe Roff meant the home team came away with a thrilling 44-31 victory.

Vodacom Super Rugby Classic Match: 2010 Final in Soweto

It was the Vodacom Bulls' third Vodacom Super Rugby final in four years and they celebrated in style, winning this all-South African affair against a very good DHL Stormers outfit by 25-17 at a packed (and very noisy) Orlando Stadium in Soweto.

Easy decisions for Justin Geduld during lockdown

As a playmaker for the Springbok Sevens team, Justin Geduld is often confronted with making important decisions: “stick with the planned move” or “is there another option” are two choices regularly faced by the Blitzbok flyhalf on the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series.

Gallery: RWC '95 Pool Games against Romania and Canada

After beating the Wallabies in their RWC opener, the Springboks faced Romania and Canada in their final two pool games and with a spot in the quarter-finals within their reach, Kitch Christie's men did what was necessary in two tough encounters.

Prudent strategy strengthened SA Rugby for COVID-19 strike

SA Rugby reported a post-tax profit of R8.5m at the end of 2019 through prudent management in an environment of major challenges it announced at the Annual General Meeting on Wednesday.

South African rugby pays tribute to Mr Harold Verster

Tribute has been paid to Mr Harold Verster, whose involvement of more than 50 years in rugby will come to an end shortly when he steps down as Managing Director of the Free State Cheetahs (Pty) Ltd.

SA Rugby bids farewell to Mr Tobie Titus

SA Rugby paid tribute to Mr Tobie Titus, whose career in sport spanning an amazing six decades, officially came to an and at the South African Rugby Union Annual General Meeting on Wednesday.

Rugby Africa Women's Cup cancellation in players' interests

SA Rugby CEO Jurie Roux and Springbok Women’s coach Stanley Raubenheimer agreed on Tuesday that the cancellation of the 2020 edition of the Rugby Africa Women’s Cup was the best decision for all involved due to the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic.

Stransky talks about “warm and fuzzy feelings” from 1995

As we’re celebrating the 25th anniversary of South Africa’s first Rugby World Cup triumph in 1995, former Springbok flyhalf Joel Stransky said it was an “unbelievably special time” in his career as a young rugby player.

Win with ASICS and the Springboks

Do you remember where you were on 2 November 2019? Do you remember what it felt like when Makazole Mapimpi scored that first try? Or when the final whistle went?

Schools challenged to join #StrongerTogether for R32-12

South Africa’s rugby playing schools have been challenged to join the Springboks in their fight against hunger by joining the #StrongerTogether for R32-12 campaign.

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The Cell C Sharks travelled to the Manuka Oval in Canberra in 1996 for a Vodacom Super Rugby clash and despite starting very well, four tries by Wallaby speedster Joe Roff meant the home team came away with a thrilling 44-31 victory.

Vodacom Super Rugby Classic Match: 2010 Final in Soweto

It was the Vodacom Bulls' third Vodacom Super Rugby final in four years and they celebrated in style, winning this all-South African affair against a very good DHL Stormers outfit by 25-17 at a packed (and very noisy) Orlando Stadium in Soweto.

Easy decisions for Justin Geduld during lockdown

As a playmaker for the Springbok Sevens team, Justin Geduld is often confronted with making important decisions: “stick with the planned move” or “is there another option” are two choices regularly faced by the Blitzbok flyhalf on the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series.

Gallery: RWC '95 Pool Games against Romania and Canada

After beating the Wallabies in their RWC opener, the Springboks faced Romania and Canada in their final two pool games and with a spot in the quarter-finals within their reach, Kitch Christie's men did what was necessary in two tough encounters.

Prudent strategy strengthened SA Rugby for COVID-19 strike

SA Rugby reported a post-tax profit of R8.5m at the end of 2019 through prudent management in an environment of major challenges it announced at the Annual General Meeting on Wednesday.