Zintle Mpupha

Age

N/A

TOURNAMENTS

4

Points

25

Height

1.63m

Weight

69kg

Biography

Mpupha declined a first invite to the team to rather complete her degree in Human Movement Sciences at the University of Fort Hare. She has since graduated and was awarded a full-time contract with SA Rugby. Mpupha was appointed captain of the team in 2018. Mpupha is also a provincial cricketer.

Player Stats

Tries

5

Conversions

0

Drop Goals

0

Penalties

0

Yellow Cards

00

RedCards

00

Career

SA Women Sevens Hermanus Sevens 2020
Matches: 4
Points: 5 (1t, 0c, 0p, 0dg)
Springbok Women Rugby Africa Womens Cup 2019
Matches: 3
Points: 20 (4t, 0c, 0p, 0dg)
South Africa Africa Womens Sevens 2019
Matches: 6
Points: 30 (6t, 0c, 0p, 0dg)
South Africa Womens Sevens HSBC Cape Town Sevens (Women) 2019
Matches: 4
Points: 0 (0t, 0c, 0p, 0dg)
Springbok Women Springbok Women Outgoing Tour 2018
Matches: 4
Points: 7 (1t, 1c, 0p, 0dg)

Latest News

Player News

Seven Springboks return to Gauteng franchises

Seven Springboks who plied their trade abroad in recent years are returning to the two Gauteng Vodacom Super Rugby franchises, the Vodacom Bulls and Emirates Lions, to plough back into South African rugby.

News

RIP Corra Dirksen (1938-2020)

Mr Mark Alexander, President of SA Rugby, mourned the death of former Springbok winger Cornelius Wilhelmus (Corra) Dirksen, who passed away on Friday 10 July, aged 82.

News

SA Rugby pays tribute to two former players

Mr Mark Alexander, President of SA Rugby, paid tribute to two former national players who recently passed away – SARU prop Matthew Napoleon and SAARB centre Skhumbuzo Oliphant.

Podcast

Jacques Nienaber exclusive: “This is what sets Rassie apart”

To build and prepare a team for a Rugby World Cup takes years – a luxury they didn’t have – and for that reason, Jacques Nienaber admitted he was initially a bit sceptical, but Rassie Erasmus never had any doubts that the Boks would emerge victorious in Japan last year.

Partner News

Engen to power Get Into Rugby and Springboks

SA Rugby announced a ground-breaking three-year deal on Wednesday that leading African energy brand Engen will power rugby development programme, Get Into Rugby, and become the official fuel supplier of the Springboks, until 2023.