Blitzbok speedster Seabelo Senatla says it is hard to believe that it is time for the South African leg of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series yet again.
It was a carnival atmosphere in the very first Cape Town Sevens last year, and the Blitzboks were facing fellow Africans Kenya in a pool clash.
You can understand why Dylan Sage very quickly revealed that he has signed a two-year contract to play for the Springbok Sevens when asked about 15-man rugby.
The man who makes the Springbok Sevens tick is playmaker Cecil Afrika, who was at the heart of the Dubai Sevens victory at the weekend.
Seabelo Senatla credits his “magical” Blitzbok teammates for much of his success in winning the Dubai Sevens title.
Blitzbok captain Philip Snyman called on his team to “stop the offloads” by Fiji, and that is exactly what they did.
Cape Town – A hat trick by Seabelo Senatla spearheaded the Blitzboks’ charge to the Dubai Sevens Cup final on Saturday as they dispatched Wales 36-5 in the last four. But captain Philip Snyman knows that it’s all about grabbing the trophy, and he urged his teammates to keep up their intensity in the decider against Olympic champions Fiji (5.33pm
Cape Town – Wow! That’s one way to describe the Blitzbokke’s dismantling of New Zealand at the Dubai Sevens on Saturday as they thrashed the Kiwis 40-0 in the Cup quarter-final. The Springbok Sevens scored six of the best as they hounded their traditional foes with a complete performance on attack and defence, with hardly any mistakes. The South Africans