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South Africa Ladies’s Rugby World Cup Squad 2022

South Africa Ladies’s Rugby World Cup Squad 2022

South Africa make their return to the ladies’s Rugby World Cup for the primary time since 2014 after deciding to not enter RWC 2017.

SA Rugby have centered on rebuilding the ladies’s programme over the previous eight years and go into this match on the again of some confidence-building outcomes – a 1-1 sequence attract Japan and a 2-0 sequence win over Spain.

Off the sphere, former Eire centre Lynne Cantwell has taken over as South Africa’s high-performance supervisor for ladies’s rugby and is aiming to extend participant numbers and requirements.

With England and France each of their pool, together with Fiji, reaching the quarter-finals at this World Cup is prone to be a protracted shot however they may definitely convey loads of physicality to all their matches.

South Africa Ladies’s Rugby World Cup Squad 2022

Nolusindiso Booi will captain South Africa in what would be the lock’s third Rugby World Cup. It is going to even be a 3rd match for Zenay Jordaan, who performed in 2010 and 2014, whereas Tayla Kinsey and Asithandile Ntoyanto are heading to their second World Cups.

The remainder of the squad, although, shall be making their 15s World Cup debuts in New Zealand, though there are six gamers who featured within the current Sevens World Cup in Cape City – Lerato Makua, Zintle Mpupha, Simamkele Namba, Nadine Roos, Sizophila Solontsi and Eloise Webb.

Coach Stanley Raubenheimer mentioned: “The pandemic labored for us because it gave us an additional 12 months to arrange because the match was moved to 2022, and we’re going to New Zealand realizing that we’ve given ourselves one of the best likelihood doable.

“I really feel a way of anticipation now, considering again to the place we began and the way we’ve grown, and that we are actually able to tackle one of the best groups on this planet. We’ve our targets and certainly one of them is to not solely make the nation proud with our effort, however ourselves as effectively.

“This squad travelled a beautiful journey collectively and we are able to now have fun that by taking over the most important groups on the most important stage.”



Jakkie Cilliers (Blue Bulls/Centre/2)

Libbie Janse van Rensburg (28 Sep 1994/Blue Bulls/Fly-half/10)

Zenay Jordaan (4 Apr 1991/EP Queens/Fly-half/34)

Tayla Kinsey (5 Sep 1993/Sharks/Scrum-half/21)

Nomawethu Mabenge (27 Aug 1996/EP Queens/Wing/9)

Zintle Mpupha (25 Dec 1993/Western Province/Centre/15)

Simamkele Namba (3 Oct 1998/Western Province/Wing/6)

Aphiwe Ngwevu (14 Might 1998/Border/Centre/12)

Rumandi Potgieter (5 Oct 1997/Blue Bulls/Scrum-half/3)

Chuma Qawe (Western Province/Wing/3)

Chumisa Qawe (15 Nov 1999/Western Province/Centre/9)

Nadine Roos (9 Might 1996/Blue Bulls/Wing/8)

Unam Tose (3 Might 2000/Border/Scrum-half/11)

Eloise Webb (5 Mar 1996/Border/Wing/7)


Nolusindiso Booi (29 Jun 1985/Western Province/Lock/30)

Roseline Botes (25 Nov 1999/Western Province/Hooker/5)

Sanelisiwe Charlie (1 Might 2000/EP Queens/Prop/4)

Lusanda Dumke (11 Sep 1996/Border/Again-row/15)

Micke Gunter (25 Oct 1998/Sharks/Hooker/3)

Lindelwa Gwala (24 Aug 1997/Sharks/Hooker/18)

Aseza Hele (26 Nov 1994/Boland/Again-row/5)

Catha Jacobs (2 Jun 1998/Blue Bulls/Lock/7)

Babalwa Latsha (31 Mar 1994/Western Province/Prop/17)

Lerato Makua (12 Jul 1999/Blue Bulls/Lock/5)

Nompumelelo Mathe (30 Oct 1999/Sharks/Lock/8)

Monica Mazibukwana (28 Might 1998/EP Queens/Prop/3)

Sinazo Mcatshulwa (24 Dec 1996/Western Province/Again-row/15)

Rights Mkhari (9 Sep 1994/Blue Bulls/Again-row/8)

Azisa Mkiva (9 Feb 1999/Western Province/Prop/1)

Yonela Ngxingolo (3 Mar 1998/Border/Prop/18)

Asithandile Ntoyanto (6 Might 1991/Border/Prop/12)

Sizophila Solontsi (9 Mar 1992/Sharks/Again-row/13)

South Africa Ladies’s Rugby World Cup Fixtures 2022

(All kick-off instances are UK & Eire time)

Pool C

Sat 8 Oct, South Africa v France (2.15am, Eden Park, Auckland)

Solar 16 Oct, Fiji v South Africa (5.45am, Waitakere Stadium, Auckland)

Solar 23 Oct, England v South Africa (5.45am, Waitakere Stadium, Auckland)

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