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Sat 02 Feb 2013
Highlights of the HSBC Sevens Cup Final between England and Kenya from Wellington

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Sports Poll

What do you think of the Springbok squad for the test matches against England, Italy and Wales?
A good squad, I believe the Boks will win all their matches.
Nothing to get excited about, we will beat Italy but lose against England and Wales.