According to a report this morning, Bryce Lawrence’s career as an international referee is over. [...]
After months of speculation, anticipation, rumours and a short stunt on twitter, it was finally made final. Frans Steyn is back in SA!
Once again, if media reports are to be believed….rumours have once again surfaced. Could the Wunderkind be returning? Could he be returning to… The Sharks?
Bryce Lawrence, the referee who many feel cost the Springboks a spot in the Rugby World Cup semi finals last year, will not be asked to travel to South Africa to cover SupeRugby matches in the Republic. [...]
Today in a local newspaper it was confirmed – like we did months ago – that Francois Steyn wants to come back and play in SA.
In news that will definitely not go down well with most Springbok rugby supporters Bryce Lawrence has been nominated as New Zealand’s referee of the year. [...]
Yes. It’s been a while. For many reasons. Most of them concerning the “new” job and eyes now permanently resembling odd-shaped balls. But in that time, fellow Sharksworlders, I have learnt more about the beautiful game we love so much and the people who take to the fields of glory in its honour than I have either time or space to mention. [...]
I am prone to exaggeration but I firmly believe the Highlanders have just signed the best winger in the world – Hosea Gear. [...]
It’s the 2nd of September and the 2011 Rugby World Cup is just a few short days away. We’ve been beavering away behind the scenes to prepare a special surprise just in time for the start of the greatest rugby competition on earth and are proud to announce the birth of our sister-site (insert drumroll)… Bokworld! [...]
The mighty Springboks take on Wales on Sunday 11 September at 10h30 SA Time and a few lucky Bok supporters living in Durban could enjoy a big-screen game experience, at a magnificent VIP champagne breakfast in Umhlanga. [...]
The Tri Nations tournament for 2011 is a thing of the past with the Wallabies winning the title in spectacular fashion after beating the All Blacks in Brisbane. Here is the team that I think fairly represents the best players in each position taking into account the series as a whole: [...]
It seems the Tri Nations loss to Australia on Saturday is not only a blow to the All Blacks mentally, but they have also lost two players to injury, of which they will only recover later in the tournament. [...]
The Wallabies won their first Tri Nations title in ten years on Saturday morning, and this has opened the door to many questions. A few that jump to mind: Did the All Blacks peak too early, yet again? Was it a ploy to instill false confidence in the teams to face the All Blacks later in the competition? Or was a it a case of simply being outplayed on the day? [...]
Now that all 20 RWC squads have been announced here is a pool by pool breakdown of the squads. [...]
The Springbok selectors have announced the names of 12 players who have been placed on standby should the RWC squad be affected by injury. [...]