rugby world cup

RWC bar has been raised

Wales’ Six Nations celebrations confirmed that the 2019 Rugby World Cup race is wide open and the Springboks will have to respond accordingly, writes MIKE GREENAWAY. READ MORE

Mike Greenaway

Ready for World League?

Rugby as you know it is coming to the end of its shelf life. The game’s top brass will meet in Los Angeles this week to discuss repackaging the game for global distribution. READ MORE

All Out Rugby Staff Writer

England to block RWC prep?

England’s Premier Rugby Limited (PRL) is threatening to deny Test players leave to prepare for the Rugby World Cup, if an insurance dispute isn’t solved. READ MORE

All Out Rugby Staff Writer

These Boks were… fun!

FRESH TAKE: Even though mediocrity makes him queasy, KEBA MOTHOAGAE says the Boks made progress during a rollercoaster 2018 season that was a thrilling ride. READ MORE

Keba Mothoagae

Positive press drives All Blacks – Jake

The NZ media doesn’t just stand on the sidelines, JAKE WHITE credits Kiwi hacks for playing an active role in the All Blacks’ success by driving stories that instil confidence. READ MORE

Jake White

Rassie’s Boks ready for RWC – Jake

JAKE WHITE says results this year already confirm that Rassie Erasmus has successfully restored the Boks to a position where they will be contenders at the 2019 Rugby World Cup. READ MORE

Jake White

Win now, World Cup later

Forget about the 2019 Rugby World Cup, writes CRAIG RAY, the Boks must embark on a four-Test invasion of Europe with only one objective: winning. READ MORE

Craig Ray

Tone down the Loftus hype

The clash against the All Blacks at Loftus Versfeld is a huge game, but GAVIN RICH rubbishes the notion that the result will define the Boks’ Rugby World Cup prospects. READ MORE

Gavin Rich

Rassie’s Boks will bounce back

There’s more than enough local talent for a coach of Rassie Erasmus’ pedigree to restore the Boks without a flood of overseas-based players, according to ZELIM NEL. READ MORE

Zelim Nel

SA Rugby set for RWC2023 payout?

The silver-lining to South Africa losing out to France in the race to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup is that SA Rugby is in line for a R325m payout. READ MORE

All Out Rugby Staff Writer