Women Boks can crack top five in the world by next decade: Babalwa Latsha

The women’s game in South Africa received a huge boost at the weekend after the Springboks qualified for the 2025 World Cup in England

14 May 2024 - 21:51 By Anathi Wulushe

Babalwa Latsha, the first African women’s rugby player to turn professional, has predicted the Springbok women’s team will crack the top five of the Women’s World Rugby ranks in the coming decade. ..

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