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Following the announcement of President Cyril Ramaphosa declaring a state of disaster and schools being closed from Wednesday and all sporting events being suspended across South Africa and the world, the South African Rugby Legends Association has follow...

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In the wake of recent issues with overage players being fielded at schools’ level, the South African Rugby Legends Association (SARLA) says they may have been fooled in previous games and tournaments. But representatives are aware of the extremes to whi...

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The South African Rugby Legends Association (SARLA) provides ongoing support for rugby development throughout South Africa with its VUKA programme – a ground-breaking initiative aimed at developing South African rugby at grassroots level; transforming t...

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It’s time, once again, for the South African Rugby Legends Association (SARLA) to head to Ballito for the annual NATAL LEGENDS DAY, hosted by North Coast Club, the Ballito Dolphins. And it’s all happening on Saturday, 29 February at the Maidstone Cric...

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One of the South African Rugby Legends Association’s (SARLA) primary objectives is to provide ongoing support for the upliftment and education of children. So, the Rugby Legends were only too happy to step up when Preggie Pillay, CEO of Com-mercial Prop...

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The Cape Town 10s has established itself as South Africa’s premier annual sport, lifestyle and live entertainment event. Brought to life in 2008 by former Springboks Bob Skinstad and Robbie Fleck, this multi-sport extravaganza is all in the name of fun....

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From Tuesday, 5 November to Sunday, 10 November 2019, three determined men undertook a gruelling stationary rowing challenge over six days, 7560 minutes, 1460KM and a total of 126 non-stop hours. Their effort included 189 000 rowing strokes which covered ...

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Since the South African Rugby Legends Association (SARLA) launched its VUKA rugby development initiative a decade ago, many young rugby stars have been dis-covered in previously untapped and underprivileged areas. And SA Under-19 achiever, Thabo Ndimande,...

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Six days, 7560 minutes, 1460KM, 126 sleep-deprived hours and 189 000 rowing strokes, all for the sake of children in need. That’s the sum total of what CEO of the South African Rugby Legends Association, Stefan Terblanche, and adventure athletes, Bruce ...

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CEO of the South African Rugby Legends Association (SARLA), Stefan Terblanche, hasn’t showed any signs of slowing down following his successful rugby career. Hot on the heels of his trip to Japan to serve on the World Rugby Judiciary Panel on Foul Play,...