30.3.2020 08:01 am
Neville Jardine hopes a clearer picture emerges by the weekend and doesn’t rule out franchises needing bailouts to survive Covid-19.
A much clearer picture on the immediate future of Super Rugby could be expected by this coming weekend, Golden Lions president Neville Jardine hopes.
Jamie Roberts could’ve opted not to renew his visa to return home, but the slight prospect of play in the coming months made him stay.
The rugby fraternity, even if it’s unwittingly so, clearly tend to underestimate the potential impact of some knocks on the field.
Travel restrictions mean cross-country fixtures are out, but matches within borders could be viable … if Covid-19 can be contained.
The Stormers and Bulls didn’t exactly have positive results last weekend … but ironically,
The franchise’s Super Rugby touring group has just returned from New Zealand.
Let’s have some fun speculating what the tournament’s suspension means and the Bulls and Lions reach a new lows.
The men from Loftus follow public health guidelines, which is in stark contrast to the Stormers coach fearing for ‘job losses’.
Sean Everitt’s troops come out tops in a thrilling derby as they finish top of the log before the tournament’s suspension.
A youthful Reds combination relish their opponents’ lack of composure as they score 41 unanswered points.
New Zealand’s travel restrictions meant that there simply wasn’t any way that the tournament could continue for now.
The men from Ellis Park’s shocking defending and poor game-management suggests this is a team on the brink of collapse.
The Stormers belatedly shift Damian Willemse back to 15 and is it #TooSoon for the Bulls to be, erm, bullish?
From a beacon of hope and innovation, the men from Ellis Park are spiralling downward because they, ironically, started looking ahead too narrowly.