Rugby in South Africa is more than just a game. It is a reflection of the life and heartbeat of the people of this country. It is synonymous with sunshine, biltong and braaivleis.
Since rugby was first played on South African soil in 1861, its rich heritage has shaped and has been shaped by our country. Glory Beyond the Tryline celebrates the joy and sense of unity and pride that arose among South Africans after the victory of the World Cup in 1995. Glory Beyond the Tryline …
- Provides an overview of highlights from South Africa’s rugby history.
- Pays tribute to the pioneers of rugby.
- Offers testimonies and life stories of players such as Victor Matfield, Pierre Spies, Beast Mtawarira, Jannie and Bismarck du Plessis, Juan Smith, and many other prominent players, as well as coaches such as Peter de Villiers, Frans Ludeke and Pieter Rossouw.
Glory Beyond the Tryline is sure to be cherished by every rugby fan.