With the Tokyo Olympics rugby sevens competition underway from today until 31st July at the Tokyo Stadium, Rugby Africa (www.RugbyAfrique.com) is fully supporting and wishing well the South African and Kenyan teams who qualified for the Olympics. South Africa, bronze medallists in Rio, and USA are in Pool C having both achievedRead More →

Twenty- two teams took to the field, but it was the Irish men’s team and French and Russian women’s’ teams that secured the winning tickets to Tokyo, following the three-day 2021 World Rugby Sevens Repechage that took place this weekend at the Stade Louis II in Monaco. The Olympic repechageRead More →

All-NBA (www.NBA.com) First Team Also Features Dallas’ Luka Dončić and LA Clippers’ Kawhi Leonard; All-NBA Second Team: Portland’s Damian Lillard, Philadelphia’s Joel Embiid, Phoenix’s Chris Paul, New York’s Julius Randle and the Los Angeles Lakers’ LeBron James; All-NBA Third Team: Utah’s Rudy Gobert, Miami’s Jimmy Butler, the LA Clippers’ Paul George, Washington’s BradleyRead More →

The Rugby Africa Cup Repechage (www.RugbyAfrique.com) which kicked off on June 5 saw three competing teams: Burkina Faso, Burundi and Cameroon, completing the round robin tournament yesterday at the Aout 4 stadium in Ouagadougou. The Stallions of Burkina Faso defeated the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon by of 17 to 13Read More →

World Rugby (www.World.Rugby) has announced details of a transformative five-year partnership with Mastercard to accelerate the development of Women in Rugby, which will supercharge the international federation’s ambitious Accelerating the Development of Women in Rugby 2017-25 strategic plan (https://bit.ly/3x9MHRs). The ground-breaking partnership will deliver a series of firsts, with MastercardRead More →

Tapping into the burgeoning talent of the youngest region of the world, Rugby Africa (www.RugbyAfrique.com) is excelling at continuing to bring development programmes to Africa as they spearhead the World Rugby’s Get Into Rugby Programme with the Official Partner of Get Into Rugby in Africa being Société Générale. A centralRead More →