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SA Rugby accepts Rugby World Cup 2023 vote outcome

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SA Rugby said it was “bitterly disappointed” at the decision by the World Rugby Council to overturn a recommendation that South Africa should host the 2023 Rugby World Cup and instead voted for France to host the tournament in a secret ballot. “We are bitterly disappointed at...
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Etzebeth ready to lead Springboks in tour-opener

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Springbok coach Allister Coetzee said he is happy to have a fully fit squad to choose from for the Springboks’ Castle Lager Outgoing Tour opener against Ireland in Dublin on Saturday. Eben Etzebeth, who sustained an ankle niggle during a recent training camp, will lead the...

Springboks open RWC 2019 against All Blacks

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The Springboks will kick off their 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan with a blockbuster opening encounter against the reigning champions, New Zealand, on Saturday 21 September in the International Stadium Yokohama. World Rugby announced the draw for RWC 2019 in Tokyo on Thursday...

South Africans asked to back “green days” in RWC 2023 Bid campaign

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South Africans are being urged to wear green on three special days to boost over the final hurdle the country’s bid to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup. World Rugby announced on Tuesday that South Africa had produced a “superb bid” and was the “clear leader” on a competitive...

SA Rugby welcomes RWC 2023 nomination, prepares for confirmation

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South Africa would deliver a “Triple Win” Rugby World Cup in 2023, pledged SA Rugby CEO Jurie Roux on Tuesday after World Rugby announced that South Africa was the preferred candidate following a rigorous assessment of the competing bids. South Africa was named in preference to...
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Rugby World Cup 2023 bid process factsheet

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Where are we now? Fifteen months of a 16-month, two-phase process have now been completed for the three bidding rugby unions: South Africa, France and Ireland. We have reached the critical stage with two formal steps remaining. At 13h00 (SA time) on 31 October, World Rugby will...