Kenyan League action returns on 11 January 2020

The 2019/20 league season resumes on Saturday 11 January 2020 with fixtures across the Kenya Cup, Championship, Nationwide and Eric Shirley Shield reserve league NAIROBI, Kenya, January 9, 2020/ -- Kenya Cup Defending champions KCB will be at home to Kenyatta University’s Blak Blad at the KCB Sports Club in Ruaraka while

Springboks dominate nominations for SA Rugby Awards 2019

The Springboks and Rassie Erasmus, who were also honoured at the World Rugby Awards last month, have been nominated in the prestigious Team and Player of the Year categories CAPE TOWN, South Africa-- The Springboks’ successful 2019 season is reflected by the nominations in a number of the main categories in

Ian Foster appointed All Blacks Head Coach

Ian Foster has been appointed the new Head Coach of the All Blacks, New Zealand Rugby (NZR) has announced today. 54-year-old Foster will now lead the All Blacks into a new era, after eight years as Assistant Head Coach of the team. In making the announcement, NZR Chairman Brent Impey said Foster

CAMEROON RUGBY RESURFACES ON CONTINENTAL LEVEL

The Lions played their first friendly match against the Congolese Red Devils in Brazzaville after their suspension CAPE TOWN, South Africa, December 10, 2019 – Under the leadership of Marc Essono, President of the Cameroon Rugby Federation, Cameroon returns to the African rugby stage. The federation’s suspension has been lifted by

Côte d’Ivoire clearly beats Rwanda (60-03) and qualifies for the group stage of the Rugby Africa Cup 2020

Côte d’Ivoire qualified for the group stage of the Rugby Africa Cup (RAC) 2020, on Saturday 23 November 2019 ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast, November 24, 2019 – The Elephants beat the Rwandan Silverbacks (60-03) at the Bingerville Municipal Stadium in the qualifying rounds of the Rugby Africa Cup 2020 (RugbyAfrique.com).Côte d’Ivoire’s Elephants

Late Cyprus try condemns Malta Rugby to defeat

50th International match for the Cyprus Moufflons ends in VICTORY ! MALTA 16 CYPRUS 18 A last-gasp try from Georgios Agathokleus condemned Malta to a heart-breaking defeat to Cyprus in a Conference South One match at the Hibs Stadium. It looked as though that Malta had done enough to rally from a 13-5 first-half