The MyPlayers Charity enjoyed heart-warming moments with Love Story PE as the EP Kings squad made the effort to help out with organisation’s soup kitchen.
The MyPlayers Charity made a valuable donation and spent some time organising a soup kitchen for Love Story PE.
Griquas wing Alshaun Bock says he’s enjoying the attacking freedom the players are encouraged to express during the Currie Cup.
The MyPlayers Charity made a R30 000 donation to Groote Schuur Hospital’s Newborns Trust in Cape Town.
The MyPlayers Charity organised a surprise Springbok visit for injured club player Furlo Theron, who suffered paralysis following a freak accident during a rugby match.
Cheetahs flyer Ryno Benjamin believes there’s still plenty of room for improvement, although they’ve enjoyed an unbeaten start to the 2016 Currie Cup campaign.
Springboks head coach Allister Coetzee said South Africa’s errors allowed the All Blacks to take the game away from them during their 41-13 loss in Christchurch.
Springbok assistant coach Johann van Graan said the South Africans are looking forward to the challenge to go into battle with the in-form All Blacks on Saturday in Christchurch.
The Springboks will continue to stay positive and focus on cutting out the small errors which have proved costly in their Castle Lager Rugby Championship campaign, says No 8 Warren Whiteley.
MyPlayers Charity enjoyed a heart-warming visit to the Sunflower Children;s Hospice in Bloemfontein.
Griffons centre Wynand Pienaar is set to make a remarkable return to rugby in 2017 after being diagnosed with cancer in March.
Cheetahs prop Ox Nche is making the most of his opportunities this season.
A gripping weekend awaits rugby fans in the Currie Cup as four former champions will be fighting for survival in the Premier Division as the pool rounds come to a close, while the top First Division teams will go head-to-head in their semi-finals.
Rudy Paige will make his starting debut for the Springboks on Saturday at Loftus Versfeld in the team’s penultimate Castle Lager Rugby Championship fixture of the year.
Springboks Damian de Allende, Lwazi Mvovo and Malcolm Marx were released by the national team on Monday and will be available for Currie Cup selection for this coming weekend.
The Currie Cup Premier Division will come down to the wire in the final round of pool matches next week following a handful of decisive results last weekend.
The SA Select Women on Saturday secured third place at the Hokkaido Sevens in Japan after bouncing back strongly from a narrow defeat against Waikato in the semi-final.
Experienced backs Pat Lambie and Willie le Roux were included in a 31-man Springbok squad for the two remaining home Tests in October against Australia and New Zealand.