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South African rugby legend James Small passed away unexpectedly on 10 July 2019. He will always be remembered for his great courage and determination, both on and off the field. In respect of his memory, the South African Rugby Legends Association (SARLA)...

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Celebrated annually worldwide on the 18th July, Mandela Day honours our icon Nel-son Mandela, inspiring us all to get involved and assist with the creation of positive change within our communities. The South African Rugby Legends Association (SARLA), fou...

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Farewell to our legend

The SA Rugby Legends (SARLA) President and renowned South African philanthropist, Gavin Varejes and Stefan Terblanche, CEO, have expressed their deep sadness at the loss of South African rugby legend, James Small. James Small, 50, will always be remembere...

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The prestigious U16 SA Rugby Grant Khomo Week came to a successful end on Fri-day. With fields full of future rugby talent, this well-supported event took place between the 23rd-28th June 2019 at Rob Ferreira Highschool in White River, Mpumalanga. The Sou...

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Get ready to witness the future of rugby talent with the kick-off date for the U16 SA Rugby Grant Khomo Week around the corner. This prestigious event will be taking place from 23-28 June 2019 at Rob Ferreira Highschool in White River, Mpumalanga. The U16...

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Time to make a change

The South African Rugby Legends Association (SARLA) have identified a potential future South African rugby star and are committed to securing support for his future in as many ways as they possibly can. The talented youngster, Nande Maduna, is currently j...

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A Legendary Clash!

On Saturday, 1 June 2019, some of our KwaZulu-Natal rugby legends will be partici-pating in an annual match with the Zimbabwe Rugby Legends (also known as the Zimbo Legends). This clash began in 2013 and has become a regular home-and-away fixture on SARLA...

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The organisers of the KAP sani2c mountain bike race, which ended in Scottburgh on Saturday, 18 May 2019, have confirmed that seven of their event crew were tragically killed when the vehicle they were travelling in was involved in a collision. The South A...

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From its humble beginnings as a trail run in 1998, the dream of avid mountain biker, Farmer Glen, KAP sani2c’s inaugural event was launched in 2005 with 300 competing teams. Over the last decade, the KAP sanic2c has developed rapidly, evolving into a wo...

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Just a few weeks ago The South African Rugby Legends (SARLA) were deeply moved by a Facebook post by a Maritzburg College Old Boy, Michael Bennett, who himself had just experienced an event which once again illustrated the inspiring ability of rug-by to t...