Lukhanyo Am

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

Big bad Boks blew the house down

Staying out of the All Blacks breakdown armed the Boks with extra tacklers to demolish the “pigs” passing tactic, as illustrated by OOM RUGBY. READ MORE

Oom Rugby

Boks waking from nightmare

With one year remaining before the Boks begin RWC 2019 in Japan, the world must be concerned that Rassie Erasmus is waking SA from a terrible nightmare, writes CRAIG RAY. READ MORE

Craig Ray

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

Wrinkles for Rassie to iron out

FRESH TAKE: The 2018 Rugby Championship has arrived, DAWIE BOONZAAIER looks at five areas that Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus will be keeping a close eye on. READ MORE

Dawie Boonzaaier

Wily Jones has his tail up

The nerves are starting to jangle as AMI KAPILEVICH contemplates three factors that England coach Eddie Jones will use to try and outfox the Springboks in the second Test. READ MORE

Ami Kapilevich

Can Duane still do it?

FRESH TAKE: Rassie Erasmus’ first-choice Boks will be measured by England, DAWIE BOONZAAIER names Duane Vermeulen as one of four players with big questions to answer. READ MORE

Dawie Boonzaaier

Inject Boks with Sharks DNA

OOM RUGBY hopes the Boks are taking notes as he highlights each stage of the build-up to what culminated in a brilliant try by Sharks finisher Sbu Nkosi. READ MORE

Oom Rugby

Buckle up for 2018!

FRESH TAKE: It takes a brave man to predict what lies ahead for South African rugby supporters, fortunately dauntless DAWIE BOONZAAIER is one such bloke! READ MORE

Dawie Boonzaaier

Gelant, Du Preez start, Am on bench

Warrick Gelant and Dan du Preez will make their first start for the Springboks, while fellow rookie Lukhanyo Am is set to make his Test debut off the bench in Saturday’s clash against Wales in Cardiff. READ MORE

All Out Rugby Staff Writer