A group of 12 Springboks have been invited to a four-day training, assessment and conditioning camp, from 23 to 26 October in Cape Town.

Current Springbok squad members who are playing for their provinces in the Currie Cup playoffs, as well as those who are playing for clubs in England and Japan, were not considered for the camp.


The chairman of the Premier Soccer League Dr Irvin Khoza yesterday (Saturday) afternoon paid a special visit to football legend Thulani Cedric ‘Sugar Ray’ Xulu at his home in Clermont, Durban.

Dr Khoza was accompanied by the acting Chief Executive of the League Ms. Mato Madlala together with Dr Patrick Sokhela and Mr Sibusiso Mpisane.


The Hollywoodbets Dolphins head into their fourth Sunfoil Series clash of the season against the Multiply Titans in Pietermaritzburg on Monday searching for that first win of the campaign following three drawn four-day matches in succession.


Lood de Jager has earned a well-deserved start, while Pieter-Steph du Toit moves from lock to blindside flanker to give the Springboks more lineout options – both on attack and defence – on Saturday against the All Blacks in Cape Town.