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Rugby | Springboks

Pienaar injury may be a Bok headache
Ruan Pienaar may well be the next headache for Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer after he injured his shoulder playing for Ulster in the Heineken Cup last weekend. Read full article
Boks to face Mallett's World XV
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer will start his international season by going head to head against his friend and former boss Nick Mallett at Newlands on the 7 June. Read full article
Poite returns to haunt Boks
French referee Romain Poite will return to take charge of the Springboks’ first official test match of the year this year when they face Wales in Durban on June 7. Read full article
Boks to meet USA at Rugby WC 2015
The Springboks will play the USA at London’s Olympic Stadium in their final pool match at the 2015 Rugby World Cup, it was confirmed overnight. Read full article
Van der Merwe joins Bok injury list
South Africa lock Franco van der Merwe has been ruled out for six months after undergoing ankle surgery on Monday, adding to a growing list of Springboks likely to miss this year's Rugby Championship. Read full article
Sephaka return to WCup as coach
Former Springbok prop Lawrence Sephaka will return to Rugby World Cup action in August, this time as coach and not player. Read full article
Springbok schedule for 2014 confirmed
The Springboks will face Wales in two tests in Durban and Nelspruit during the Castle Lager Incoming Series in June, followed by a once-off international against Scotland in Port Elizabeth. Read full article
Meyer welcomes Matfield back
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer was quick in welcoming lock Victor Matfield back to competitive rugby after the Bok lock announced he was making a comeback on Friday. Read full article
Lambie among new Bok contracts
The South African Rugby Union (SARU) confirmed on Friday that a group of 17 players had been contracted for the 2014 Springbok season – completing the process earlier than at any time for a number of seasons. Read full article
Boks made measurable progress in 2013
When Heyneke Meyer’s second season as Springbok coach came to an end a few weeks ago, it represented the halfway point between World Cup cycles. Read full article
Meyer still worried about No 5 lock
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer ended the tour of Wales, Scotland and France happy with the depth he has in most positions building up to the World Cup in England in 2015. Read full article
Boks becoming good World Cup bet
The Springboks haven’t succeeded in their task of catching the All Blacks and displacing them as the world’s No 1 ranked team. Read full article
Meyer lauds contribution of Alberts
If there was a man of the tour award to be handed out at the conclusion of the Springboks’ northern hemisphere sojourn it would surely go to big Willem Alberts. Read full article
Bok control breaks French drought
The Springboks overcame some dodgy TMO decisions and repetition of the indiscipline that has at times blighted an otherwise perfect tour to score a 19-10 win over France at Stade de France in Paris. Read full article
Interactive Rugby: Sat, 23 Nov
Welcome to our interactive coverage of today's round of international clashes between northern and southern hemisphere powers Read full article
Etzebeth nominated for IRB Player of the Year
Springbok lock Eben Etzebeth was on Friday evening named as one of the five nominees for the prestigious IRB World Player of the Year Award for 2013. Read full article
France not a bogey for Boks
Everyone is talking about the 16-year drought that the Springboks have suffered in France, but the reality is that in the post-isolation era, some of the Boks' finest moments have happened in France. Read full article
France a beginning, not an end
Springbok skipper Jean de Villiers insists that Saturday’s match against France is not about simply finishing off a successful year with a flourish. Read full article
France not the only Bok opponent
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer would have welcomed the hint of fighting talk that came from France coach Philippe Saint-Andre when he named his team for Saturday’s test at Stade de France in Paris. Read full article
France keep faith with beaten side
France manager Philippe Saint-Andre resisted any temptation to make wholesale changes to the side that lost to New Zealand when he named his team to face South Africa at the Stade de France on Saturday. Read full article
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