Saracens

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

SA sends boys to battle men

BRENDEN NEL dives into the numbers to discover that, while Europe’s title-winning clubs have an average age of 26, most of SA’s pro players are still in their teens. READ MORE

Brenden Nel

Brits recall a smart move?

The AOR team debate the merits of retired hooker Schalk Brits parachuting into Bloemfontein as the Springboks aim to clinch a three-Test series against England. READ MORE

Big Debate

Rugby is bleeding money

The game is facing unsustainable commercial challenges and CRAIG RAY says re-elected SA Rugby president Mark Alexander cannot be expected to solve them all on his own.  READ MORE

Craig Ray

Is rugby ready to run dry?

FRESH TAKE: Professional rugby in South Africa must heed the Cape Town drought as a wake-up call to the potential for a waterless future, writes DEVIN HERMANUS. READ MORE

Devin Hermanus

Rassie lures Koch home

Springbok prop Vincent Koch is set to join up with the Bulls after returning from England in June. READ MORE

All Out Rugby Staff Writer

Champions Cup quarters confirmed

The quarter-finals of this year’s Champions Cup have been confirmed, with top seeds Leinster hosting Saracens in the pick of the matches. READ MORE

All Out Rugby Staff Writer

Koch – I am at peace with Bok rule

Tighthead prop Vincent Koch is itching to play more Test rugby, but has made peace with the pause in his Springbok career while growing as a player at Saracens. READ MORE

All Out Rugby Staff Writer

Saffers lift Euro silverware

SAFFERS ABROAD: Ten overseas-based South Africans hoisted European club rugby’s most prestigious trophies as the Champions and Challenge Cup winners were crowned. READ MORE

All Out Rugby Staff Writer