Paul Treu

 

Blitzbokke undergo medical assessment

Staff Reporter

Four Springbok Sevens players will undergo medical assessments to determine their injuries suffered at the Sevens World Series tournament.

Clash of the titans at New Zealand Sevens

Staff Reporter

The IRB sevens circuit resumes in New Zealand this weekend with the hosts expecting a backlash from the Springboks when then the clash on Friday.

Clash of the titans at New Zealand Sevens

Stanton joins Springbok Sevens team

Staff Reporter

Touch rugby expert Jason Stanton has joined the Springbok Sevens team to aid their preparations for the Wellington tournament which starts on Friday.

Boks confident of George success

Staff Reporter

The Springboks go into this weekend's IRB Sevens World Series in George under pressure to retain their title and keep up with leaders New Zealand.

Treu has high hopes for Boks Sevens

Staff Reporter

Springbok Sevens coach Paul Treu said on Tuesday his next mission will be to ensure his team develop into leaders in the world of Sevens Rugby.

Sevens Boks gear up for UK

Staff Reporter

The Springbok Sevens team will be out to continue their recent domination of arch-rivals New Zealand in Edinburgh at the end of the month.

Boks' moment of Treu(th)

Andy Capostagno

The fifth Rugby World Cup Sevens tournament will be played this weekend at a purpose-built stadium in Dubai and South Africa is among the favourites.

SA look to build on Dubai success

Staff Reporter

Dubai champions SA have set their sights on a first home triumph when the IRB's Sevens Series is staged in George this weekend.

SA upset Kiwis in sevens final

Staff Reporter

Fabian Juries was the two-try hero as South Africa ended New Zealand's unbeaten 47-match streak by winning the final of the Adelaide World Series Sevens 15-7 on Sunday. The South Africans, beaten 26-12 by New Zealand in last weekend's Hong Kong Sevens, turned the tables with the flying Juries scoring two of his team's three tries to topple the runaway series leaders.

Boks overawed in World Sevens final

Staff Reporter

South Africa's Sevens team may have been beaten 26-12 by New Zealand in the final of the Hong Kong World Sevens on Sunday, but they showed they are closing the gap on the runaway leaders of the competition. New Zealand are now on 110 points after winning all five finals this season, while the Boks remain in second spot with 72 points.

Stick gets stuck into Sevens series

Staff Reporter

Mzwandile Stick, one of South Africa's top and most experienced Sevens players, has been called up by Springbok Sevens coach Paul Treu to replace teenage sensation Juan de Jongh for the San Diego leg of the International Rugby Board (IRB) World Sevens Series on Saturday and Sunday.

Tough task awaits Sevens Boks

Staff Reporter

An opening game against Australia clearly illustrates the massive task awaiting the Springbok Sevens team on Friday, when the third International Rugby Board Sevens tournament of the 2007/08 season kicks off in the Kiwi capital, Wellington. The South Africans are grouped together with the Aussies, France and Kenya in Pool C, by far the toughest of the four pools.

Easy victory for Boks in Sevens series

Staff Reporter

Springbok Sevens coach Paul Treu was quite happy with his side's defence in their first match when they beat Argentina 24-7 in the International Rugby Board Sevens World Series in George on Friday -- but the Boks needed hardly any defence when they overran Uganda 41-0 in their second match.

Boks bank on some Floors magic

Staff Reporter

South Africa will be looking to home-town favourite Kabamba Floors to fire up their Sevens team when the second leg of the world Sevens series is played in George this weekend. Capped once for the XV-man Springboks, Floors has been a hit on the Sevens circuit.