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SA Rugby rearrange their structures
The General Council of SA Rugby on Friday took a number of ground-breaking decisions that president Mark Alexander said he believed would have far-reaching effects for rugby in the country in time. Read full article
Craig Joubert retires from refereeing
SA Rugby test referee Craig Joubert on Wednesday announced his retirement from 15-a-side refereeing to take up his “dream job”, developing elite young match officials. Read full article
SA trio win at World Rugby Awards
Seabelo Senatla, Rasta Rasivhenge and Jean de Villiers, walked away with honours in various categories at the prestigious World Rugby Awards in London on Sunday night. Read full article
WP Rugby obtains order for liquidation
The Western Province Rugby Football Union confirmed on Monday that it had applied for, and obtained, an order for the provisional liquidation of Western Province Rugby (Pty) Ltd. Read full article
SA trio up for World Rugby awards
Springbok Sevens try-scoring ace Seabelo Senatla and the refereeing duo of Rasta Rasivhenge and Jaco Peyper were on Tuesday nominated in various categories for the World Rugby Awards for 2016. Read full article
Second Gold Cup title for Impalas
Rustenburg Impala on Saturday claimed their second Gold Cup title in three years in sweltering heat at the Impala Rugby Club in Rustenburg as they outplayed DirectAxis False Bay 48-24. Read full article
French fullback tops Sharks signings
Veteran French fullback Clement Poitrenaud headlines the new signings that Cell C Sharks announced on Monday for next season’s Vodacom Super Rugby campaign. Read full article
Platinum edge to Gold Cup Final
The Gold Cup – SA Rugby’s three-nation championship for non-university clubs – will have a platinum edge to it when the mining city of Rustenburg hosts what is expected to be a titanic north v south final. Read full article
New SA Rugby president maps out priorities
Mark Alexander mapped out a range of immediate priorities for rugby following his confirmation as the new President of SA Rugby at a Special General Council meeting in Johannesburg on Thursday. Read full article
Consistency swayed it for Du Toit
In a season of mediocrity, Pieter-Steph du Toit stood out like a shining light among his Springbok peers, as consistency triumphed flash to make him this year’s SA Rugby Player of the year. Read full article
Du Toit named Player of the Year
Pieter-Steph du Toit on Monday became the second Springbok lock in two seasons to be named as SA Rugby’s Player of the Year at a glittering awards ceremony at the Gallagher Conference Centre. Read full article
Impala, False Bay in Gold Cup Final
Rustenburg Impala will host Saturday’s Gold Cup final against DirectAxis False Bay after both teams recorded nailbiting semifinal victories on a watershed Sunday afternoon of televised club rugby. Read full article
Historic Sunday TV semis for Gold Cup
The Gold Cup has exploded into life this year and will make further history this weekend when Supersport airs the semi-finals as part of a groundbreaking double-header Sunday afternoon broadcast. Read full article
Gold Cup to pioneer live Sunday rugby
Television history will be made this weekend in a massive boost for club rugby when both semi-finals in the Gold Cup are broadcast back-to-back on Sunday afternoon. Read full article
Gold Cup reaches do-or-die stage
After 40 pool matches at 20 venues across South Africa, Namibia and Zimbabwe over the past five weeks, there is precious little to choose between the eight remaining Gold Cup teams. Read full article
SA's Catrakilis signs for Harlequins
Montpellier's South African flyhalf Demetri Catrakilis has signed to play for English Premiership rugby side Harlequins next season, the London club said on Tuesday. Read full article
Du Plessis signs new French deal
Jacques Du Plessis penned a new deal with Montpellier on Friday which will keep him at the French club until 2019, a rare highlight in a season which has seen him sidelined through injury. Read full article
Zondagh blames interference for exit
Alan Zondagh has blamed interference from the Board and executive of the Boland Rugby Union for his shock decision to resign his position as the union’s director of rugby. Read full article
Bulls to honour Joubert
Former Vodacom Blue Bulls midfielder Tiaan Joubert died over the weekend after a heart attack at the age of 42. Read full article
All systems go for Gold Cup kick-off
The Gold Cup kicks off on Saturday with eight eagerly-awaited first-round matches being hosted at club venues across the length and breadth of South Africa.< Read full article
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