The Blitzboks beat Russia 41-0, in front of a packed crowd and in a festive atmosphere, at the Cape Town Sevens on Saturday.
South Africa scored seven tries to open their Cape Town Sevens title defense in spectacular fashion at Cape Town Stadium on Saturday.
Cecil Afrika says the Blitzboks have already forgotten about their victorious Dubai campaign because “any team can beat anyone on any given day”.
Seabelo Senatla says it is hard to believe that it is time for the SA leg of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series yet again.
When Dylan Sage made his Blitzbok sevens debut last year, the then-rookie was a very different player to what he is now, writes Wynona Louw.
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.
The South African sevens rugby team is hard at work preparing to defend their Cape Town Sevens title.
“I think it was very important for us to start positive. But at the same time I have to say that it’s going to be a new beginning in Cape Town.”