It’s game time, go dominate it!
Go behind the scenes with the Springbok Rugby Team as they conduct tests in secret at the ASICS Institute of Sport Science (ISS) to develop the kit for the rugby tournament of the year. 150 more words
Aaron Cruden’s injury has added to the list of questions currently swirling in New Zealand rugby. Since winning the Rugby World Cup, Cruden has played the majority of the tests at 10 compared to the injury riddled Dan Carter, the young genius – Beauden Barrett and the solid – but perennial underachiever – Colin Slade. 713 more words
Jean de Villiers on the road to recovery
With little over eight months left before the start of one of the world’s most anticipated sporting events, the Rugby World Cup, South Africans are waiting with bated breath to see whether National Rugby Captain, Jean de Villiers, will be fit enough to play after sustaining a serious knee injury against Wales last year. 614 more words
By Kyle Willoughby
Originally posted on (http://lastwordonsports.com/2014/12/30/will-blacks-win-rugby-world-cup-2015/)
I’m going out on a limb here, but as a Kiwi I’m going to say this now and have it on record: The All Blacks are 1,026 more words
Jean de Villiers will require surgery to repair his knee following a brutal dislocation during a match over the weekend. De Villiers, the 33-year old captain of the South African rugby team was tackled and twisted awkwardly while all his weight was on his bent left leg. 57 more words
South Africa captain Jean de Villiers suffered a dislocated kneecap in the 12-6 defeat by Wales on Saturday.
“News on Jean: dislocated his kneecap and will be sent for scans shortly to check for any associated damage,” South African Rugby said on Twitter. 91 more words