The Cheetahs will be looking to back up their Currie Cup success with an improved showing in Super Rugby this year, writes CRAIG LEWIS. After a surprising and impressive progression to the knockout stage of Super Rugby in 2013, the Cheetahs have again endured a sequence of poor results. Over the past three seasons the Free State side has finished in… Read more →
The battling Bulls look set to continue their barren streak in 2017, writes JON CARDINELLI. The three-time Super Rugby champions haven’t come close to adding a fourth title to their tally in recent years. Indeed, it’s been seven long seasons since the Bulls won their last Super Rugby title, and eight since they lifted the Currie Cup. While the Pretoria-based side… Read more →
CRAIG LEWIS ranks the top five scrumhalves in rugby history. Where does Joost van der Westhuizen fit in? 5. Justin Marshall Marshall was a fierce on-field rival during Van der Westhuizen’s playing days, where his influence for the All Blacks was similarly immense. He debuted at the age of 22 and went on to earn 81 Tests caps, featuring in two… Read more →
SportsClub.co.za takes a look at 9 of the best moments from Joost van der Westhuizen’s career.
Back in 2012, Kobus Wiese sat down to chat with the former Springbok scrumhalf.
In this 2014 documentary, Van Der Westhuizen speaks about winning the 1995 World Cup and his battle with motor neuron disease.
What was said on Twitter after the Springbok legend passed away on Monday.
The former All Black wing, Jonah Lomu chatted to Van der Westhuizen at his house in early 2015.
Highlights of Springbok scrumhalf Joost van der Westhuizen’s 89-Test career.
The Springbok scrumhalf brought the giant All Black wing down to ground during the 1995 World Cup final.