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The Hong Kong Singapore Banking Corporation (HSBC) now sponsors both the men’s and women’s Seven’s Series.
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springbok women7s Road too the Rugby World Cup 2018

The LadyBlitzBokke set the pace in their opening matches of the Group Stages of the RugbyAfrica 7s
South Africa - 45 Morocco - 0 South Africa - 17 Tunisia - 7 South Africa - 24 Uganda - 0
South Africa has beaten Kenya in the Final  17 - 12 !!
S.A. Quarter Final Win against Senegal  43 - 0 S.A. Semi Final Win against Uganda 27 - 0
Paul Delport LadyBoks Coach
Congratulations to the South African Ladyboks who also qualified for the Commonwealth Games 2018. We all celebrate our team’s magnificent performance on Sunday 17th September.
“That moment when the final whistle goes and all the Blood, Sweat and Tears has been worth it as those weary and sore muscles start fading into the background with your rasping breathing subsiding in gulps - you look at the scoreboard one more time just take sure, and it's true you have won. And you have qualified for the Women's World Cup. Congratulations  LadyBlitzboks we are sooooo proud of you well done”                                                                                                        -Veroeshka
Tunisia hosted the 2017 Women’s Sevens Africa Cup.
captain & coach
The team are full of praise for their Coach, Renfred Dazel. He had a great deal of  excellent raw material to work with, together they make a Winning Team Africa Leader Board: 1. South Africa 2. Kenya 3. Tunisia 4. Uganda 5. Madagascar 6. Senegal 7. Zimbabwe 8. Morocco
Springbok Women’s Rugby Africa Sevens team:
Zintle Mpupha (captain) Chané Stadler Christelene Steinhobel Eloise Webb Mathrin Simmers Megan Comley
Nadine Roos Rights Mkhari Unathi Mali Veroeshka Grain Zenay Jordaan Zinhle Ndawonde
Megan Comley, star player, receiving her certificate and Springbok blazer
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Women’s Sevens
The Hong Kong Singapore Banking Corporation (HSBC) now sponsors both the men’s and women’s Seven’s Series.
it all comes Down to This
springbok women7s Road to the Rugby World Cup 2018
South Africa - 45 Morocco - 0 South Africa - 17 Tunisia - 7 South Africa - 24 Uganda - 0
S.A. Quarter Final Win against Senegal  43 - 0 S.A. Semi Final Win against Uganda 27 - 0
South Africa has beaten Kenya in the Final  17 - 12 !!
“That moment when the final whistle goes and all the Blood, Sweat and Tears has been worth it as those weary and sore muscles start fading into the background with your rasping breathing subsiding in gulps - you look at the scoreboard one more time just take sure, and it's true you have won. And you have qualified for the Women's World Cup. Congratulations  LadyBlitzboks we are sooooo proud of you well done”                                                                                                        -Veroeshka
Megan Comley, star player, receiving her certificate and Springbok blazer
Springbok Women’s Rugby Africa Sevens team:
  The team are full of praise for their Coach they make a Winning Team
Africa Leader Board: 1. South Africa 2. Kenya 3. Tunisia 4. Uganda 5. Madagascar 6. Senegal 7. Zimbabwe 8. Morocco
The South African Ladies Blitzbokke have qualified for the Rugby 7’s World Cup in 2018.
Zintle Mpupha (captain) Chané Stadler Christelene Steinhobel Eloise Webb Mathrin Simmers Megan Comley
Nadine Roos Rights Mkhari Zenay Jordaan Zinhle Ndawonde Unathi Mali Veroeshka Grain