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Women's Rugby World Cup launched

Women's Rugby World Cup launched

 

The 12 teams participating in Women's Rugby World Cup 2014 have arrived in France and are all set for kick-off in Paris this Friday, August 1.

Fixtures and Logs

Team 1 Team 2 Date Time
Waratahs Crusaders Sat,02 Aug 11:40
EP Kings Western Province Fri,08 Aug 19:10
Griquas Sharks Sat,09 Aug 15:00
Lions Blue Bulls Sat,09 Aug 17:05
Pumas Cheetahs Sat,09 Aug 19:10
Sharks Pumas Fri,15 Aug 19:10
Western Province Blue Bulls Sat,16 Aug 14:00
 
 

More News

  • WP bring in Kenyan wing

     
     
     

    Powerhouse Kenyan wing William Ambaka Ndayara will join Western Province ahead of the 2014 Currie Cup competition.

  • SA Schools squad named

     
     
     

    SARU announced an SA Schools squad of 28 players for the forthcoming U18 International series against France, Wales and England, from 10 to 24 August.

  • Currie Cup without Boks?

     
     
     

    The South African Rugby Union (SARU) has reportedly asked teams not pick contracted Springboks at any stage during this season's Currie Cup.

  • Ailing Bok's daughter stuck between feuding wives

     
     
     

    Ailing former Bok Tinus Linee's daughter is battling due to the animosity between her mom and stepmom, who are making it hard for her to see her dad.

  • Senatla set to make WP debut

     
     
     

    Blitzbokke speedster Seabelo Senatla is set to make his Currie Cup debut for Western Province in the Currie Cup opener next weekend.

  • Stegmann to skipper Blue Bulls

     
     
     

    Blue Bulls coach Frans Ludeke on Wednesday confirmed Deon Stegmann's captaincy for his team's upcoming Currie Cup campaign.

  • Boks spearhead Bulls 7s team

     
     
     

    Former Springbok centre Waylon Murray and Blitzbokke Ryan Nell will spearhead the Blue Bulls Sevens team to participate in the World Club Sevens.

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image description  It was decided upon that all contracted Boks will play no part in the Currie Cup, which puts us at a bit of a disadvantage.  image description
~ Sharks CEO John Smit on the news he received from SARU on the Springboks' participation in the Currie Cup ~
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