26.8.2019 09:34 am
Social media has accused the Springbok lock of not doing anything to stop the scuffle in Langebaan at the weekend. WARNING: Graphic Language.
Springbok lock Eben Etzebeth has dismissed allegations made on social media that he was involved in a racial incident at the weekend as "completely untrue and unfounded".
After being released from the national squad, the bustling flanker is ready to help his beloved Bulls prolong their Currie Cup campaign.
Meanwhile, Rassie Erasmus’ squad takes shape as four others leave for their provinces.
The Sharks unearth a gem at scrumhalf, while a certain Puma is clearly looking for a new, bigger gig.
But there’s some great news for high-flying Griquas.
Meanwhile, hero S’bu Nkosi admits he ‘didn’t think much’ when scoring his cracking brace of tries.
The national coach hopes to have answered a few remaining questions with a week to go before he announces his World Cup squad.
The compact winger’s outstanding showing meant national Rassie Erasmus has already confirmed he’ll go to the World Cup.
The dynamic winger plays a blinder on an evening where a experimental combination misfired against a canny Pumas team.
There are quite a few similarities between the two very popular Springbok hookers for Saturday’s Test against Argentina.
The classy, versatile loose forward was contemplating retirement at the ripe age of 27 a year ago. Now he’s on the cusp of a World Cup spot.
The enigmatic midfielder looks a shoo-in for the World Cup.
The national skipper has been sidelined for three months with a knee injury, but makes his international return this weekend.
National coach Rassie Erasmus clearly has no issue being honest (and right) about the issue.