Jesse Kriel

Take Wandi, leave Jesse

FRESH TAKE: The Boks should take Super Rugby rookie Wandisile Simelane to the 2019 Rugby World Cup at the expense of 40-Test veteran Jesse Kriel, according to NICK LAW. READ MORE

Nick Law

Give SA players a tax break – Brits

Schalk Brits wants tax breaks for professional rugby players to be part of a solution to slow the exodus to more lucrative opportunities in the Northern Hemisphere.  READ MORE

All Out Rugby Staff Writer

Simelane on 2019 watchlist

Preparations for the Rugby World Cup will present young talent with playing opportunities and former SA U20s dynamo Wandisile Simelane is set to take the gap and burst onto the Super Rugby scene in 2019. READ MORE

All Out Rugby Staff Writer

Wise Welsh block Bok lineout

Warren Gatland directed Wales to keep the lid on their opponent’s key attacking asset by limiting the Springboks to just five lineouts in Cardiff, writes TANK LANNING, who takes a gander at the match stats. READ MORE

Tank Lanning

Boks needed Willemse on the ball

OOM RUGBY grabs a few screenshots from Twickenham to show how the Boks wasted their opportunities by having the wrong players at first receiver.  READ MORE

Oom Rugby

Where’s Jesse?

Despite forgettable Super Rugby displays, Jesse Kriel was picked for the Boks in 2016 and 2017. Now in red-hot form, he is playing Currie Cup. SIMNIKIWE XABANISA is confused.  READ MORE

Simnikiwe Xabanisa

Du Toit fire will fuel Boks

FRESH TAKE: Stoking Pieter-Steph du Toit’s hunger to get back into the ‘A-team’ is part of Rassie Erasmus’ big plan to revive the Boks, writes to SHAUN GOOSEN. READ MORE

Shaun Goosen

SA teams precious about possession

CRAIG RAY celebrates the trend of SA Super Rugby teams treating the ball as if it’s made of a precious metal extracted from the bowels of Mordor. READ MORE

Craig Ray

Tour Toppers

The Boks’ top performers in key stats during November tour matches against Ireland, France and Italy. READ MORE

All Out Rugby Staff Writer

Leyds, Kriel save Bok blushes

A controversial try scored by Jesse Kriel sealed the victory as the Springboks held on to beat France 18-17 in Paris on Saturday night. READ MORE

All Out Rugby Staff Writer

Big challenge for Bok centres

Springbok centres Jan Serfontein and Jesse Kriel will have their hands full closing down Sonny Bill Williams and Ryan Crotty at Newlands on Saturday. READ MORE

Devin Hermanus

Bok locks run Stats XV lineout

STATS XV: The Stats XV lineout features Eben Etzebeth and Pieter-Steph du Toit after the indomitable Springbok second row stood tall in Perth. READ MORE

All Out Rugby Staff Writer