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Rugby | Springboks

Bok scrum is on the up
The scrumming travails that dominated the headlines and media copy after the two matches against Argentina are now behind the Springboks and quickly receding from memory, according to Pieter de Villiers. Read full article
Louw ‘touch and go’ for November
Willem Alberts will be back but it looks touch and go at this stage whether Francois Louw will be joining him on the end of year tour to Ireland, England, Italy and Wales in November. Read full article
Talented trio invited to Bok camp
The promising trio of Nizaam Carr, Seabelo Senatla and Lizo Gqoboka have been invited to join the Springboks squad for on and off-field sessions in Cape Town in the next three days, it was announced on Monday. Read full article
Oupa in the frame for Newlands
Oupa Mohoje looks to be in the frame as the likely replacement for the injured Francois Louw for Saturday’s Castle Lager Rugby Championship clash with the Wallabies at Newlands. Read full article
Wallabies take aim at Boks
The Wallabies left Monday for South Africa aiming to regain momentum and end a 22-year losing run against the Springboks in Cape Town this weekend. Read full article
Wallabies claim one hand on Mandela trophy
Australia coach Ewen McKenzie said on Friday the Wallabies have one hand on the Mandela Challenge Plate but face a tough assignment against South Africa in Cape Town later this month. Read full article
Burger replaces injured Louw
Schalk Burger’s experience and attitude will be a welcome addition to the Springbok squad when he joins up with the group next week, but it remains an open question as to how he will be utilized. Read full article
Louw out of Rugby Championship
Springbok flank Francois Louw has been ruled out of the remainder of the Castle Lager Rugby Championship with a pinched nerve in his neck. Read full article
Why Boks look good RWC bet
It looks unlikely that Heyneke Meyer will realise one of his initial aims of winning silverware on the way to the 2015 Rugby World Cup, but the Springboks do look a good bet to triumph when it really matters. Read full article
Pietersen replaces Pienaar for Boks
Experienced test back JP Pietersen has been called up to the Springbok squad in place of the injured Ruan Pienaar. Read full article
Nonu injury clouds All Blacks victory
The All Blacks' injury toll continued to rise on Saturday with key inside centre Ma'a Nonu taken to hospital with a suspected broken arm in their brutal 14-10 win over the Springboks. Read full article
Heroic Boks fall just short
The All Blacks extended their record home winning run after a 14-10 Castle Lager Rugby Championship triumph over the Springboks in Wellington on Saturday. Read full article
Rugby's greatest rivalry continues
Every sport needs competitive contests and intense rivalry in order to thrive, and in rugby union it has been the long tradition of epic South Africa/New Zealand clashes that has provided that Read full article
Matfield relishes All Blacks challenge
A Springboks victory over New Zealand in the fourth round of the Rugby Championship would go a long way towards changing the mindset of both teams with next year's World Cup fast approaching. Read full article
Pollard selection could prove key to RWC plans
Jean de Villiers may be celebrating his 100th test match but all eyes will be on Handre Pollard when South Africa face New Zealand in the fourth round of the Rugby Championship on Saturday. Read full article
Three changes to All Blacks to face Boks
New Zealand have followed South Africa in making a change at flyhalf for the Rugby Championship test in Wellington on Saturday. Read full article
Meyer throws Pollard into deep end
Springbok captain Jean de Villiers will celebrate his 100th game against the All Blacks in Wellington on Saturday, as coach Heyneke Meyer made a bold move in changing the flyhalf. Read full article
Jean achieves what he never thought he would achieve
Jean de Villiers cannot quite believe that he is about to play his 100th test match, given he felt he might not even get a second after he destroyed ligaments in his knee, seven minutes into his debut. Read full article
Kaplan slams Clancy howlers
Jonathan Kaplan has slammed the decision by Irish referee George Clancy to award a yellow card to Bryan Habana in Saturday’s 24-23 Castle Lager Rugby Championship loss to Australia. Read full article
Sense of déjà vu for Boks
At the halfway point of the Castle Lager Rugby Championship, the Springboks are in what for them is a familiar position in that they’re behind the eight-ball and chasing the All Blacks. Read full article
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