And so it begins – The Lions take on Japan as a preface to what could be one of the most important tours in International Rugby since the last World Cup!

The long wait is over, strap yourselves in and get set. Despite the controversy, the restrictions of COVID-19, the lack of crowds and so much more – this Lions tour surely must be one of the most eagerly anticipated in years. The excitement is building and this Saturday sees the slow start of a returnContinue reading “And so it begins – The Lions take on Japan as a preface to what could be one of the most important tours in International Rugby since the last World Cup!”

Erasmus and Nienaber appear reluctant to change the status quo, but include some exciting new prospects to face the Lions

With Director of South African Rugby Rassie Erasmus and new Springbok Coach Jacques Nienaber naming their sqaud to face the Lions next month there were relatively few surprises. It’s a side that is, for all intents and purposes, a mirror image of the one that won South Africa the World Cup under Erasmus’ tutelage almostContinue reading “Erasmus and Nienaber appear reluctant to change the status quo, but include some exciting new prospects to face the Lions”