Springbok Sevens captain Philip Snyman has announced his retirement from all rugby following a career-ending back injury.
The Springbok Sevens team will have a serious look in the mirror on the first day of the Las Vegas Sevens tournament.
Blitzboks skipper Philip Snyman is confident the team will improve at this weekend's Sydney Sevens.
Springbok Sevens duo Muller du Plessis and Justin Geduld are in a race against time to be fit to tour to Hamilton next month.
Springbok Sevens captain Philip Snyman and coach Neil Powell are pleased with the team's efforts at the Cape Town Sevens.
The Blitzboks will draw energy from the expected full house at the Cape Town Stadium when Cape Town Sevens kicks off this weekend.
Neil Powell's Blitzboks are gunning for a third consecutive World Rugby Sevens Series title.
Blitzboks captain Philip Snyman said his team will need to hit the ground running as they launch their quest to claim a first Rugby World Cup Sevens crown
Bok Sevens coach Neil Powell has named a side laden with international experience for their quest to bring the Melrose Cup back to SA at the Rugby World Cup Sevens.
Springbok Sevens captain Philip Snyman says it is an extremely humbling and proud feeling to return to South Africa as World Rugby Sevens Series champions.
Blitzbok captain, Philip Snyman knows all about the ups and downs of the international Sevens rugby circuit.
The 40-hour trip to Las Vegas should not affect the Blitzboks' performance, captain Philip Snyman believes.
This Blitzboks have the right mix of experience, youthful exuberance and proven skill to compete, captain Philip Snyman reckons.
Two Springbok Sevens stalwarts will go under the knife after picking up injuries in this past weekend’s Cape Town Sevens.
The Blitzboks winning the tournament is not imperative to the enjoyment those who attend the Cape Town Sevens will derive from the event.
The Blitzboks will join in centenary celebrations of the life of Nelson Mandela by playing in a specially designed Madiba-jerseys at the Cape Town Sevens.
Blitzboks captain Philip Snyman says his team return to South Africa with their heads held after their third-placed showing at the Rugby World Cup Sevens.
Springbok Sevens captain Philip Snyman is confident that the team can win the Rugby World Cup Sevens for the first time.
Blitzboks coach Neil Powell is using a training camp in Johannesburg to fine-tune his selection options for the Rugby World Cup Sevens.
Blitzboks captain, Philip Snyman wants his team to play with a smile on their face in Paris, the last tournament of the season.
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