Was South Africa’s charge to 2023 Rugby World Cup final truly “Boks Office?”
It was not meant to be this way for French Rugby, as the Rugby World Cup hosts joined equally sublime Ireland in bowing out of the 2023 event after quarterfinal losses.
Reigning Rugby World Cup champion South Africa will square off with tournament host France in what has the makings to be an explosive quarterfinal matchup.
The Rugby World Cup has been a stage for some of the most electrifying and unforgettable moments in the history of the sport.
The excitement is building, the stakes are higher than ever and the world is anxiously awaiting the pinnacle of rugby competition.
Like a shooting star in the night, the pool stage of the 2023 Rugby World Cup has been and gone.
The climax of the pool stage at the Rugby World Cup always provides a high dose of drama and delirium, and this year was no different.
Ireland dispelled any notions of complacency as it blitzed Scotland 36-14 at the Stade de France to seal the top spot in Pool B at the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
Having fun yet with all of the rugby?
Rugby World Cup 2023 has officially hit its midpoint, with twenty-four of the forty-eight scheduled fixtures now complete.
In the cutthroat world of top-level professional sports, there are a handful of athletes who transcend their sport to reach the upper echelons of superstardom.
The rugby’s pretty good right now, don't you think?
The premier international rugby tournament in the world often brings out the best in players, and the first round of matches at the 2023 Rugby World Cup was no exception.
What a weekend, eh?
Rugby World Cup hosts France got their campaign off on the perfect note with a 27 – 13 victory over three-time champions New Zealand.