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South Africa - Statistics


South Africa - Statistics
(as at 1/12/2014)

Founded: 1889 (re-constituted in 1992)
President: Oregon Hoskins (KwaZulu-Natal - elected 24/2/2006)
Deputy President: Mark Alexander.
CEO: Jurie Roux
Financial director: Basil Haddad.
Company secretary: Dr. Ismail Jakoet
Address: SARU House, Tygerberg Park, 163 Uys Krige Road, Plattekloof, Cape Town, 7500
Telephone:
021 928 7000
Website: www.sarugby.co.za
E-Mail:
info@sarugby.co.za
SPRINGBOK RUGBY TEAM WORLD CUP MANAGEMENT
Head Coach:
Heyneke Meyer.
Captains:
Jean de Villiers, Victor Matfield.
Manager: Ian Schwartz. Assistant Coaches: BACKS: Ricardo Laubscher; FORWARDS: Johan van Graan & Pieter de Villiers. Kicking Coach: Louis Koen; Techincal Analyst: Albé Visser. Techincal Specialist: Rassie Erasmus. Logistics Manager: JJ Fredericks. Operational Head: Charles Wessels. PR/Administration Manager: Annelee Murray. Media Manager: De Jongh Borchardt. Defence Coach: John McFarland. Team Doctor: Dr. Craig Roberts. Physiotherapist: Vivian Verwant. Conditioning Coach: Basil Carzis. Masseuse: Daliah Hurwitz.
Colours: Green and Gold.
No. of Clubs: 1526.
No. of Players:
651146
No. of Referees:
3460
HONOURS
World Cup:
1995, 2007; BRONZE MEDALISTS: 1999.
Tri-Nations: 1998, 2004, 2009.
Winner IRB Under 20 Tournament - 2012.

 

INDEX

1. Springbok Test Teams and Pointscorers - 2014
2. Springbok Overall Test Statistics - 2014
3. Springbok Rugby Championship - 2014
4. Springbok RWC Statistics - 2011
5. Springbok Match Results - 2007-2014
6. Match Summary - 2000-2014
7. World Cup Results - 1995-2015
8. Summary World Cup - 1995-2015
9. South Africa's Overall Test Record Against all Countries
10. Players Profiles
11.
South African International Records

Pld = Matches Played
PF = Points For
PA = Points Against
PD = Points Difference
TF = Tries For
TA = Tries Against
t = tries;
c = conversions
d = dropped goals
p = penalties;
pt= penalty tries

1. SOUTH AFRICAN TEST TEAMS and POINT SCORERS - 2014

Date>

07/06

14/06

21/06

28/06

16/08

23/08

06/09

13/09

27/08

04/10

08/11

15/11

22/11

29/11

-

Opponents>

World
XV
-

Wa-
les
-

Wa-
les
-

Scot-
land
-

Argen-
tina
-

Argen-
tina
-

Aus-
tra-
lia

New
Zea-
land

Aus-
tra-
lia

New
Zea-
land

Ire-
land
-

Eng-
land
-

Ita-
ly
-

Wa-
les
-

-

Venue>

Cape
Town

Dur-
ban

Nel-
spruit

P. Eli-
zabeth

Pre-
toria

Salta

Perth

Well
'ton

Cape
Town

J-h-
burg

Du-
blin

Lon-
don

Pa-
dova

Car-
diff

-

Halftime>

18-13

28-9

14-17

19-6

10-3

16-13

14-11

7-6

5-10

21-13

3-6

13-6

6-8

3-3

-

Result>

47-13

38-16

31-30

55-6

13-6

33-31

23-24

10-14

28-10

27-25

15-29

31-28

6-22

6-12

-

Tries>

6-1

5-1

4-3

8-0

1-0

3-3

1-2

1-1

4-1

3-3

2-2

3-3

0-3

0-0

-

League Points>

NON

-

-

-

4-1

4-1

1-4

1-4

5-0

4-1

-

-

-

-

-

CUP>>

-

-
-

-
-

-
-

-
-

-
-

Man-
dela

Free-
dom

Man-
dela

Free-
dom

-

-

-

-

-

COMPETITION

TEST

June

June

June

RC

RC

RC

RC

RC

RC

EOY1

EOY2

EOY3

EOY4

-

NAME

-

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

-

Willie le Roux
(Cheetahs: 12tests)

15
(1t)

15
(1t)

15
(1t)

15 (bl/1t
s-o)

15

15

15

15
(Injur)

15

15

15

15

23
(r15)

15

-

Cornal Hendricks
(Cheetahs:debutant)

14

14
(1t)

14
(1t)

14

14

14
(1t)

14
(1t)

14
(1t)

14

14
(s-o)

14
(injur)

23

-

14
(Y)

-

JP Pietersen
(Sharks:51 test)

13

13

13

13
(1t)

-

-

-

-

23
(con11
r11)

23
(r14)

23
(r14/1t)

14

14

-

-

Frans Steyn
(Sharks: 53 tests)

12

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Bryan Habana
(Toulon: 95tests)

11 (1t
/s-o)

11
(2t)

11

-

11

11
(1t)

11
(100th 
/Y)

11

11 (con
/s-o)

11

11

11

11
(1t)

-

-

Morné Steyn
(Stade Francais:
54 tests)

10
(2c3p
s-o)

10 (5c1p
/s-o)

10
(4c1p/
Con)

-

22
(r10/1p)

22 (r10
/2c1p)

10
(6p)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Ruan Pienaar
(Ulster: 74 tests)

9
(s-o)

21
(r22)

21
(Con10)

-

9
(1t)

9
(s-o)

9

9
(Injur)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Duane Vermeulen
(W.Prov.: 16tests)

8

8
(1t)

8

8
(s-o)

8

8

8

8

8
(Injur)

8

8

8

8

8

-

Willem Alberts
(Sharks: 30tests)

7
(s-o)

7
(s-o)

7
(s-o)

Concus-
sion

Injured

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Francois Louw
(Bath: 28 tests)

6

6

6

-

6

6

6
(s-o)

6
(Injur)

Injured

-

-

-

-

-

-

Victor Matfield
(BlueBulls:110tests)

5

5
(c)

5
(c)

5
(c/s-o)

Injured

-

5

5(115th
SArec)

5

5

5

5
(Y)

5

5

-

Bakkies Botha
(Toulon: 78 tests)

4 (1t
/s-o)

4
(s-o)

-

-

4
(s-o)

19
(r4)

-

-

19
(r8)

19
(r4)

19
(r4)

19
(r4)

Re-
tired

-

-

Jannie du Plessis
(Sharks: 51 tests)

3
(s-o)

3
(s-o)

3
(s-o)

3
(s-o)

3
(s-o)

3
(s-o/r18)

3
(s-o)

3
(s-o)

3
(s-o)

3
(s-o)

3
(s-o)

3
(Injur)

Injur

-

-

Bismarck du Plessis
(Sharks: 57 tests)

2 (2t/
s-o)

2
(s-o)

2
(s-o)

2
(s-o)

2
(s-o)

2
(s-o)

16
(r2)

16
(r2)

16
(r2)

2
(s-o)

2
(s-o)

16
(r2)

16
(r2)

2
(s-o)

-

Tendai Mtawarira
(Sharks:  53 tests)

1
(s-o)

17
(r1)

1
(s-o)

Neck Injury

1
(s-o)

17
(r1)

1
(s-o)

1
(Injur)

1
(s-o)

1
(s-o)

1
(s-o)

1
(s-o)

-

1
(s-o)

-

Schalk Brits
(Saracens: 5tests)

16
(r2)

16
(r2)

16
(r2)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

GurthròSteenkamp
(Toulouse: 49 tests)

17
(r1)

1 (50th
/s-o)

17
(r1)

-

-

1
(s-o)

-

-

-

-

-

-

17
(r1)

-

-

Coenie Oosthuizen
(Cheetahs: 14 tests)

18
(r3)

18
(r3)

18
(r3)

1
(s-o)

-

-

-

-

-

-

18
(r3)

18
(r3)

3 (1t
/s-o)

3
(s-o)

-

Flip v/d Merwe
(Blue Bulls: 34 tests)

19
(r4)

-

4
(bl)

Knee
Injury

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Schalk Burger
(W.Prov.: 68tests)

20
(r7)

20
(r7)

20
(r7)

7

-

-

-

-

20
(r7)

20
(r7)

20
(r7)

7
(1t)

-

-

-

Fourie du Preez
(Suntory: 67tests)

21
(r9)

9

9

9
(injur)

Injured

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Johan Goosen
(Cheetahs: 4 tests)

22 (r10
2c1t)

22 (r10/
injur)

Injured

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

15
(s-o)

-

-

Lwazi Mvovo
(Sharks: 7 tests)

23
(r11)

23
(r15)

23

11
(2t)

-

23

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

11

-

Jan Serfontein
(BlueBulls: 9 tests)

-

12

12
(s-o)

12

23

-

13

13

13

13

13

13
(1t)

13

13

-

Lood de Jager
(Cheetahs: Debutant)

-

19
(r4)

19
(bl-4)

4
(2t)

5

5

19
(r4)

19
(r4)

-

-

-

-

19
(r4)

19
(r4)

-

Wynand Olivier
(Montpellier: 37 tests)

-

-

22
(r12)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Handré Pollard
(BlueBulls: Debutant)

-

-

-

10(5c1p
/s-o)

10
(1c1p/s-o)

10 (1c3p
/s-o)

-

10
(1c1d)

10 (1p
/s-o)

10(2t3c
1p/s-o)

10 (1c1p
/s-o)

22

22
(2c)

22
(r10)

-

Marcell Coetzee
(Sharks: 15 tests)

-

-

-

6
(2t)

7

20 (r7
/1t)

7

7

6
(1t)

6

6
(1t/s-o)

6

6

6

-

Adriaan Strauss
(Cheetahs: 33 tests)

-

-

-

16
(r2)

16
(r2)

16
(r2)

2
(s-o)

2
(s-o)

2
(s-o)

16
(r2)

16
(r2/Y)

2
(s-o)

2
(s-o)

16
(r2)

-

Trevor Nyakane
(Cheetahs: 3 tests)

-

-

-

17
(r3)

17
(r1)

-

17
(r1)

17
(r1)

17
(r1)

17
(r1)

17
(r1)

17
(r1)

1
(s-o)

17
(r1)

-

Marcel v/d Merwe
(BlueBulls: Debutant)

-

-

-

18
(r1)

-

-

18
(r3)

18
(r3)

18
(r3)

18
(r3)

Injur

-

-

-

-

Stephan Lewies
(Sharks: Debutant)

-

-

-

19
(r5)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Oupa Mohoje
(Cheetahs:Debutant)

-

-

-

20
(r8)

-

-

-

-

7
(s-o)

7
(s-o)

7
(s-o)

20
(r7)

7
(s-o)

7
(s-o)

-

Francois Hougaard
(Blue Bulls: 27 tests)

-

-

-

21
(r9)

21

21
(r9)

21

21
(r9)

9
(s-o)

9
(1t/s-o)

9
(s-o)

21

21
(r9)

21
(r9)

-

Marnitz Boshoff
(Lions: Debutant)

-

-

-

22 (r10/
1c)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Zane Kirchner
(Leinster: 28 tests)

-

-

-

23 (bl-15
/r15)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Damain de Allende
(W.Prov.:Debutant)

-

-

-

-

13

13

23

23

-

-

-

-

-

23
(r12)

-

Jean de Villiers
(W.Prov.: 96 tests)

-

-

-

-

12
(c)

12
(c)

12
(c)

12 (c/
(100th)

12
(c/2t)

12
(c)

12
(c)

12
(c)

12
(c)

12 (c/
Injur)

-

Frans Malherbe
(W.Prov.: 2 tests)

-

-

-

-

18
(r3)

18
(r3/Injur)

Injured

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Eben Etzebeth
(W.Prov.: 23 tests)

-

-

-

-

19
(r4)

4
(s-o)

4
(s-o)

4
(s-o)

4

4
(s-o)

4
(s-o)

4
(s-o)

4
(s-o)

4
(s-o)

-

Juan Smith
(Toulon: 69 tests)

-

-

-

-

-

7
(s-o)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Pat Lambie
(Sharks: 32 tests)

-

-

-

-

-

-

22
(r6)

22
(r15)

22 (r10
1t1c1d)

22 (r10/
  1p)

22
(r10)

10 (2c
3p1d)

10
(1p)

10 (2p
/s-o)

-

Warren Whiteley
(Lions: Debutant)

-

-

-

-

-

-

20
(r22)

20
(r6)

-

-

-

-

-

Injur

-

Cobus Reinach
(Sharks: debutant)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

21
(r9)

21
(r9)

21
(r9)

9
(1t)

9 (1t
/s-o)

9
(s-o)

-

Johan Goosen
(Cheetahs: 5 tests)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

15
(s-o)

-

-

Julian Redelinghuys
(Lions: Debutant)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

18
(r3)

18
(r3)

-

Nizaam Carr
(WP: Debutant)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

20
(r7)

20
(r7)

-

Penalty Tries

-

-

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

TOTAL TESTS
STARTING XV

0

707

681

502

620

610

725

684

615

657

676

778

641

579

-

Man
of
the
Match

Bak-
kies
Bo-
tha
(SA)

Willie
le
Roux
(SA)

Duane
Ver-
meu-
len
(SA)

JP
Pie-
ter-
sen
(SA)

Mar-
cell
Coet-
zee
(SA)

Mar-
cell
Coet-
zee
(SA)

Is-
rael
Fo-
lau-
(Aus)

Ri-
hie
Mc-
Caw
(NZ)

Fran-
cois
Hou-
gaard
(SA)

Duane
Ver-
meu-
len
(SA)

Jona-
than
Sex-
ton
(Ire)

Schalk
Bur-
ger
(SA)

Co-
bus
Rei-
nach
(SA)

Dan
Big-
gar
(Wal)

-

REFEREE>>>>

Geor-
ge
Clan-
cy
(Ire)

Ro-
main
Poite
(Fr -
34th)

Steve
Walsh
(Aus -
57th)

Glen
Jack-
son
(NZ -
6th)

-
John
Lacey
(Ire: 13th)

-
Steve
Walsh
(Aus:
58th)

Geor-
ge
Clan-
cy
(Ire)

Jé-
rôme
Gar-
cès
(Fr)

Ni-
gel
O-
wens
(Wal)

Wayne
Bar-
nes
(Eng)

Ro-
main
Poite
(Fr)

Steve
Walsh
(Aus)

Jé-
rôme
Gar-
cès
(Fr)

-
John
Lacey
(Ire: 13th)

-

Ire - Ireland; Wal - Wales; Ton - Tonga; NZ - New Zealand; Aus - Australia; Fr - France; Eng - England; Nam - Namibia; Sam - Samoa; USA - United States of America; Scot - Scotland; Jap - Japan; Can - Canada
ca - Captain; r - Replacement for; s-o - substituted off;  injur - Injured; bl - blood; Y - Yellow Card; R - Red Card; Con - Concussion;
RY - Replacement after a yellow card; soY - substituted off after yellow card; EoY - End of the Year Tour
3Nat - Tri-Nations; Free - Freedom Cup; Man - Mandela Plate; RWC - Rugby World Cup

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2. SPRINGBOK OVERALL TEST STATISTICS - 2014
Most Points in 2013: 150 - Morné Steyn.
Most Tries in 2013: 6 - Bryan Habana; 5 - Jean de Villiers; 4 - JJ Engelbrecht, Willie le Roux

Points

T

C

P

D

Total

Handré Pollard

2

14

8

1

65

Morné Steyn

0

11

10

0

52

Patrick Lambie

1

3

7

2

38

Marcell Coetzee

5

0

0

0

25

Cornal Hendricks

5

0

0

0

25

Bryan Habana

4

0

0

0

20

Willie le Roux

3

0

0

0

15

Lood de Jager

2

0

0

0

10

Jean de Villiers

2

0

0

0

10

Lwazi Mvovo

2

0

0

0

10

JP Pietersen

2

0

0

0

10

Cobus Reinach

2

0

0

0

10

Penalty Tries

2

0

0

0

10

Schalk Burger

1

0

0

0

5

Francois Hougaard

1

0

0

0

5

Coenie Oosthuizen

1

0

0

0

5

Ruan Pienaar

1

0

0

0

5

Jan Serfontein

1

0

0

0

5

Duane Vermeulen

1

0

0

0

5

Marnitz Boshoff

0

1

0

0

2

-

0

0

0

0

0

T - Tries scored; C - Conversions; P - Penalties; D - Drop goals

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3. SRINGBOK RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP - 2014
Most Points in 2013: 88 -Morné Steyn
Most Tries in 2013: 3 -Jean de Villiers, Bryan Habana, Willie le Roux

Points

T

C

P

D

Total

Handré Pollard

2

6

6

1

43

Morné Steyn

0

2

8

0

28

Cornal Hendricks

3

0

0

0

15

Patrick Lambie

1

1

1

1

13

Marcell Coetzee

2

0

0

0

10

Jean de Villiers

2

0

0

0

10

Ruan Pienaar

1

0

0

0

5

Bryan Habana

1

0

0

0

5

Francois Hougaard

1

0

0

0

5

T - Tries scored; C - Conversions; P - Penalties; D - Drop goals

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4. SPRINGBOK RWC STATISTICS - 2011

Points

T

C

P

D

Total

Morné Steyn

2

14

7

1

62

Frans Steyn

3

0

2

0

23

Francois Hougaard

3

0

0

0

15

Ruan Pienaar

0

6

0

0

12

Gio Aplon

2

0

0

0

10

Juan de Jongh

2

0

0

0

10

Jaque Fourie

2

0

0

0

10

Bryan Habana

2

0

0

0

10

Danie Rossouw

2

0

0

0

10

Tendai Mtawarira

1

0

0

0

5

GurthröSteenkamp

1

0

0

0

5

A Penalty Try

1

0

0

0

5

T - Tries scored; C - Conversions; P - Penalties; D - Drop goals

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5. SPRINGBOK MATCH RESULTS - 2007-2014

Date

Opponent

Venue

Competition

H/Time

Result

Tries

League pts

2014

7/6/2014

World XV

Newlands, Cape Town

Non Test

18-13

47-13

6-1

-

14/6/2014

Wales

Kings Park, Durban

June International-1

28-9

38-16

5-1

-

21/6/2014

Wales

Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit

June International-2

14-17

31-30

4-3

-

28/6/2014

Scotland

Nelson Mandela, P. Elizabeth

June International-3

19-6

55-6

8-0

-

16/8/2014

Argentina

Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria

Rugby Championship

10-3

13-6

1-0

4

23/8/2014

Argentina

Estadio Padre Ernesto Martearena, Salta

Rugby Championship

16-13

33-31

3-3

4

6/9/2014

Australia

Patersons Stadium, Perth

Rugby Championship

14-11

23-24

1-2

1

13/9/2014

New Zealand

Westpac Stadium, Wellington

Rugby Championship

7-6

10-14

1-1

1

27/8/2014

Australia

Newlands, Cape Town

Rugby Championship

5-10

28-10

4-1

5

4/10/2014

New Zealand

Ellis Park, Johannesburg

Rugby Championship

21-13

27-25

3-3

4

8/11/2014

Ireland

Aviva Stadium, Dublin

End of the Year-1

3-6

15-29

2-2

-

15/11/2014

England

Twickenham, London

End of the Year-2

13-6

31-28

3-3

-

22/11/2014

Italy

Stadio Olympia, Rome

End of the Year-3

8-6

22-6

3-0

-

29/11/2014

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

End of the Year-4

3-3

6-12

0-0

-

2013

8/6/2013

Italy

Mr Price Kings Park, Durban

Quadrangular Tournament

20-0

44-10

5-1

-

15/6/2013

Scotland

Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit

Quadrangular Tournament

6-10

30-17

3-2

-

22/6/2013

Samoa

Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria

Quadrangular Tournament

32-9

56-23

8-2

-

17/8/2013

Argentina

FNB Stadium
Soweto

Rugby Championship
Nelson Mandela Day

26-6

73-13

9-1

5-0

24/8/2013

Argentina

Estadio Malvinas, Mendoza

Rugby Championship

13-17

22-17

1-2

4-1

7/9/2013

Australia

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

Rugby Championship

16-6

38-12

4-0

5-0

14/9/2013

New Zealand

Eden Park, Auckland

Rugby Championship

10-17

15-29

2-4

0-5

28/9/2013

Australia

DHL Newlands, Cape Town

Rugby Championship

23-3

28-8

3-1

4-0

5/10/2013

New Zealand

Ellis Park, Johannesburg

Rugby Championship

15-21

27-38

4-5

1-5

9/11/2013

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

End of the Year-1

17-12

24-15

3-0

-

17/11/2013

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh

End of the Year-2

21-0

28-0

4-0

-

23/11/2013

France

Stade de France, Paris

End of the Year-3

13-7

19-10

1-1

-

2012

9/6/2012

England

King's Park, Durban:

June International-1

6-6

22-17

2-1

-

16/6/2012

England

Coca-Cola Park, Johannesburg:

June International-2

25-10

36-27

4-3

-

23/6/2012

England

Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth:

June International-3

9-8

14-14

1-1

-

18/8/2012

Argentina

Newlands, Cape Town:

Rugby Championship

20-6

27-6

3-0

4

25/8/2012

Argentina

Malvinas Argentinas Stadium, Mendoza

Rugby Championship

3-13

16-16

1-1

2

8/9/2012

Australia

Subiaco Oval, Perth

Rugby Champ/Mandela

13-6

19-26

1-2

1

15/9/2012

New Zealand

Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin:

Rugby Champ/Freedom

3-5

11-21

1-2

0

29/9/2012

Australia

Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria:

Rugby Champ/Mandela

14-3

31-8

5-1

5

6/10/2012

New Zealand

FNB Stadium, Soweto:

Rugby Champ/Freedom

16-12

16-32

1-4

0

10/11/2012

Ireland

Aviva Stadium, Dublin

End-of-the-Year-1

3-12

16-12

1-0

-

17/11/2012

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh

End-of-the-Year-1

14-3

21-10

2-1

-

24/11/2012

England

Twickenham, London: 14:30

End-of-the-Year-3

9-6

16-15

1-0

-

2011

23/7/2011

Australia

ANZ Stadium, Sydney:

3Nations/Mandela

6-15

20-39

2-5

0

30/7/2011

New Zealand

WestPac Stadium, Wellington:

3Nations/Free

7-18

7-40

1-6

0

13/8/2011

Australia

King's Park, Durban:

3Nations/Mandela

6-0

9-14

0-1

1

20/8/2011

New Zealand

Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth:

3Nations/Free

15-5

18-5

0-1

4

2010

5/6/2010

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

Prince William

14-16

34-31

3-3

-

12/6/2010

France

Newlands, Cape Town

Test

25-10

42-17

5-2

-

19/6/2010

Italy

Puma Stadium, Witbank

1st Test

22-3

29-13

4-1

-

26/6/2010

Italy

Buffalo City Stadium, East London

2nd Test

27-6

55-11

7-1

-

10/7/2010

New Zealand

Eden Park, Auckland

3Nations/Free

3-20

12-32

0-4

0

17/7/2010

New Zealand

WestPac Stadium, Wellington

3Nations/Free

7-13

17-31

2-4

0

24/7/2010

Australia

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

3Nations/Mandela

3-17

13-30

2-2

0

21/8/2010

New Zealand

FNB Stadium, Soweto

3Nations/Free

16-14

22-29

1-3

1

28/8/2010

Australia

Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria

3Nations/Mandela

24-28

44-31

5-4

5

4/9/2010

Australia

Vodacom Park, Bloemfontein

3Nations/Mandela

13-31

39-41

3-5

1

6/11/2010

Ireland

Aviva Stadium, Dublin: 17:30

1st-End-of-the-Year

13-6

23-21

2-2

-

13/11/2010

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff: 14:30

2nd-End-of-the-Year

9-17

29-25

2-3

-

20/11/2010

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh: 14:30

3rd-End-of-the-Year

9-12

17-21

1-0

-

27/11/2010

England

Twickenham, London: 14:30

4th-End-of-the-Year

6-6

21-11

2-1

-

2009

20/6/2009

B & I Lions

Absa Stadium, Durban

1st Test

19-7

26-21

2-3

-

27/6/2009

B & I Lions

Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria

2nd Test

8-16

28-25

3-1

-

4/7/2009

B & I Lions

Coca-Cola Park, Johannesburg

3rd Test

6-15

9-28

0-3

-

25/7/2009

New Zealand

Vodacom Park, Bloemfontein

3Nations/Free

14-3

28-19

2-1

4

1/8/2009

New Zealand

Absa Stadium, Durban

3Nations/Free

22-13

31-19

1-1

4

8/8/2009

Australia

Newlands, Cape Town

3Nations/Mandela

23-10

29-17

1-2

4

29/8/2009

Australia

Subiaco Oval, Perth

3Nations/Mandela

22-6

32-25

4-3

5

5/9/2009

Australia

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

3Nations/Mandela

6-9

6-21

0-2

0

12/9/2009

New Zealand

Waikato Stadium, Hamilton

3Nations/Free

22-12

32-29

2-2

4

6/11/2009

Leicester Tigers

Welford Road, Leicester

Friendly: 21:45

11-16

17-22

1-1

-

13/11/2009

France

Municipal Stadium, Toulouse

1st-End-of-the-Year: 21:45

13-11

13-20

1-1

-

17/11/2009

Saracens

Wembley Stadium, London

Friendly: 21:45

18-6

23-24

3-2

-

21/11/2009

Italy

Stadio Friuli, Udine

2nd-End-of-the-Year: 16:00

12-7

32-10

4-1

-

28/11/2009

Ireland

Croke Park, Dublin

3rd-End-of-the-Year: 16:00

10-6

10-15

1-0

-

2008

7/6/2008

Wales

Vodacom Park, Bloemfontein

1st Prince William

22-11

43-17

4-2

-

14/6/2008

Wales

Loftus Versfeld

2nd Prince William

17-15

37-21

4-2

-

21/6/2008

Italy

Newlands, Cape Town

Test

14-0

26-0

4-0

-

5/7/2008

New Zealand

WestPac Stadium, Wellington

3Nations/Free

8-9

8-19

1-1

0

12/7/2008

New Zealand

Carisbrook, Dunedin

3Nations/Free

17-15

30-28

2-1

4

19/7/2008

Australia

Subbiaco Oval, Perth

3Nations/Mandela

3-5

9-16

0-2

1

9/8/2008

Argentina

Coca-Cola Park, Johannesburg

Madiba 90th Birthday

14-9

63-9

9-0

-

16/8/2008

New Zealand

Newlands, Cape Town

3Nations/Free

0-5

0-19

0-3

0

23/8/2008

Australia

Absa Stadium, Durban

3Nations/Mandela

0-10

15-27

2-3

0

30/8/2008

Australia

Coca-Cola Park, Johannesburg

3Nations/Mandela

27-3

53-8

8-1

5

8/11/2008

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

3rd Prince William/EoY1

13-3

20-15

2-0

-

15/11/2008

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh

End-of-the-Year-2

0-10

14-10

1-1

-

22/11/2008

England

Twickenham, London

End-of-the-Year-3

20-6

42-6

5-0

-

2007

26/5/2007

England

Vodacom Park, Bloemfontein

1st Test

30-3

58-10

7-1

-

2/6/2007

England

Loftus Versfeld

2nd Test

17-19

55-22

8-1

-

9/6/2007

Samoa

Ellis Park, Johannesburg

Test

23-3

35-8

5-1

-

16/6/2007

Australia

Newlands, Cape Town

3Nations/Mandela

10-16

22-19

1-1

4

23/6/2007

New Zealand

Absa Stadium, Durban

3Nations/Freedom

11-6

21-26

2-2

1

7/7/2007

Australia

SFS, Sydney

3Nations/Mandela

17-10

17-25

2-3

0

14/7/2007

New Zealand

AMI Stadium, Christchurch

3Nations/Freedom

3-6

6-33

0-3

0

15/8/2007

Namibia

Newlands, Cape Town

1st Test Ever

44-7

105-13

15-1

-

25/8/2007

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh

WC Warm-up Test

24-3

27-3

3-0

-

24/11/2007

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

End-of-the-Year

22-5

34-12

5-2

-

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6. TEST MATCH SUMMARY - 2000-2014

Played

Won

Lost

Draw

Pts F

Pts A

PD

Tries F

Tries A

2014

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

vs Wales

3

2

1

0

75

58

17

9

4

vs Scotland

1

1

0

0

55

6

49

8

0

vs Ireland

1

0

1

0

15

29

-14

2

2

vs England

1

1

0

0

31

28

3

3

3

vs Italy

1

1

0

0

22

6

16

3

0

TOTAL

7

5

2

0

198

127

71

25

9

Rugby Championship

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

vs Argentina

2

2

0

0

46

37

9

4

3

vs Australia (Mandela Plate)

2

1

1

0

51

34

17

5

3

vs New Zealand (Freedom)

2

1

1

0

37

39

-2

4

4

Rugby Championship TOTAL

6

4

2

0

134

110

24

13

10

TOTAL: 2014

13

9

4

0

332

237

95

38

19

2013

12

10

2

0

404

192

203

47

19

2012

12

7

3

2

245

204

41

23

16

2011

9

5

4

0

229

133

96

24

16

2010

14

8

6

0

397

344

53

39

35

2009

12

8

4

0

276

249

27

21

20

2008

13

9

4

0

360

195

165

43

16

2007

17

14

3

0

658

257

401

81

24

2006

12

5

7

0

258

321

-63

22

32

2005

12

8

3

1

416

243

173

46

27

2004

13

9

4

0

408

276

132

45

27

2003

12

7

5

0

338

280

58

36

26

2002

11

5

6

0

284

318

-34

35

35

2001

11

5

5

1

271

223

48

27

11

2000

12

6

6

0

301

301

0

29

24

TOTAL

185

115

66

4

5177

3773

1404

556

346

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7. WORLD CUP RESULTS - 1987-2015

Date

Opponent

Venue

Result

Tries

1995

South Africa

25/5/1995

Australia

Newlands, Cape Town

27-18

2-2

30/5/1995

Romania

Newlands, Cape Town

21-8

2-1

3/6/1995

Canada

Telkom Park, Port Elizabeth

20-0

2-0

10/6/1995

Samoa

Ellis Park, Johannesburg: Quarter-final

42-14

6-2

17/6/1995

France

Absa Stadium, Durban: Semi-final

19-15

1-0

24/6/1995

New Zealand

Ellis Park, Johannesburg: FINAL

15-12(*)

0-0

(*) - Won after extra time

1999

Britain and France

3/10/1999

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh

46-29

6-2

10/10/1999

Spain

Murrayfield, Edinburgh

47-3

7-0

15/10/1999

Uruguay

Hampden Park, Glasgow

39-3

5-0

24/10/1999

England

Stade de Francais, Paris: Quarter-final

44-21

2-0

30/10/1999

Australia

Twickenham, London: Semi-final

21-27(*)

0-0

4/11/1999

New Zealand

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff: Third place playoff

22-18

1-0

(*) - Lost after extra time

2003

Australia

11/10/2003

Uruguay

Subiaco Oval, Perth

72-6

12-0

18/10/2003

England

Subiaco Oval, Perth

6-25

0-1

24/10/2003

Georgia

Aussie Stadium, Sydney

46-19

7-1

1/11/2003

Samoa

Suncorp Stadum, Brisbane

60-10

8-1

8/11/2003

New Zealand

Telstra Dome, Melbourne: Quarter-final

9-29

0-3

2007

France & Britain

9/9/2007

Samoa

Paris: 16:00

59-7

8-1

14/9/2007

England

St. Denis: 21:00

36-0

3-0

22/9/2007

Tonga

Lens: 14:00

30-25

4-3

30/9/2007

USA

Montpellier: 21:00

64-15

9-2

7/10/2007

Fiji

Marseille: Quarter-final-3

37-20

5-2

14/10/2007

Argentina

St. Denis: Semi-final-2

37-13

4-1

20/10/2007

England

St. Denis: FINAL

15-6

0-0

2011

Group D

New Zealand

11/9/2011

Wales

Regional Stadium, Wellington

17-16

2-1

17/9/20011

Fiji

Regional Stadium, Wellington

49-3

6-0

22/9/20011

Namibia

North Harbour Stadium, North Harbour

87-0

12-0

30/9/20011

Samoa

North Harbour Stadium, North Harbour

13-5

1-1

9/10/2011

Australia

Regional Stadium, Wellington: Quarter-final-3

9-11

0-1

2015

Group B

England/Cardiff

19/9/2015

Asia 1

Community Stadium, Brighton

0-0

0-0

26/9/20015

Samoa

Villa Park, Birmingham

0-0

0-0

3/10/2015

Scotland

St. James's Park, Newcastle

0-0

0-0

7/10/2015

USA

Olympic Stadium London

0-0

0-0

17-18/10/2015

-

: Quarter Final

0-0

0-0

24-25/10/2015

-

: Semi Final

0-0

0-0

31/10/2015

-

: FINAL

0-0

0-0

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8. SUMMARY WORLD CUP - 1995-2015
(South Africa did not participate in 1987 & 1991)

Played

Won

Lost

Draw

Pts F

Pts A

Tries F

Tries A

1995

6

6

0

0

144

67

13

5

1999

6

5

1

0

219

101

21

2

2003

5

3

2

0

193

89

27

6

2007

7

7

0

0

278

86

33

9

2011

5

4

1

0

175

35

21

3

2015

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

29

25

4

0

1009

378

115

25

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9. SOUTH AFRICA'S OVERALL TEST RECORD AGAINST ALL COUNTRIES
(30/7/1891 to 1/12/2014)

(*) Opponents
&
Date of First match

Played

Won

Lost

Drawn

PF

PA

TF

TA

Argentina: 6/11/1993

19

18

0

1

728

361

88

33

Australia: 8/7/1933

80

45

34

1

1552

1391

184

142

(+)British Isles: 30/7/1891

46

23

17

6

600

516

95

68

Canada: 3/6/1995

2

2

0

0

71

18

10

2

England: 8/12/1906

37

23

12

2

780

592

72

42

Fiji: 2/7/1996

3

3

0

0

129

41

16

4

France: 16/2/1952

39

22

11

6

783

578

89

51

Georgia: 24/10/2003

1

1

0

0

46

19

7

1

Ireland: 24/11/1906

22

16

5

1

432

277

62

26

Italy: 12/11/1995

12

12

0

0

599

145

82

12

Namibia: 16/8/2007

2

2

0

0

192

13

27

1

New Zealand: 13/8/1921

89

35

51

3

1392

1718

137

181

NZ Cavaliers: 10/5/1986

4

3

1

0

96

62

7

5

Pacific Islands: 17/7/2004

1

1

0

0

38

24

4

4

Romania: 30/5/1995

1

1

0

0

21

8

2

1

Samoa: 13/4/1995

8

8

0

0

385

93

53

12

Scotland: 17/11/1906

25

20

5

0

652

270

83

27

South America: 26/4/1980

6

5

1

0

156

86

22

7

S.Ame & Spain: 20/10/1984

2

2

0

0

54

28

9

3

Spain: 10/10/1999

1

1

0

0

47

3

7

0

Tonga: 10/6/1997

2

2

0

0

104

35

16

4

USA: 26/9/1981

3

3

0

0

145

42

23

4

Uruguay: 15/10/1999

3

3

0

0

245

12

38

0

Wales: 1/12/1906

30

27

2

1

814

440

101

36

World XV: 1977 & 1989

3

3

0

0

87

59

11

9

TOTAL>>
End 1994

441
195

281
121

139
57

21
17

10148
3568

6831
2002

1245
445

675
243

Ratio (%)>>
End 1994

63.72
62.05

31.52
29.23

4.76
8.72

(*) The above table refers to all matches where Test Caps have been awarded. It is important to note that there can be some differentiation between countries in terms of awarding caps. Some countries have awarded caps in games their opponents have not recognised as Tests. In Australia's case, some games NSW played against the All Blacks and the Springboks were counted as tests by Australia but not by New Zealand and South Africa.

(+) The British side of 1910, led by the Irish forward Tom Smyth, was the first team officially representative of the Four Home Unions.

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10. PLAYERS TEST PROFILES

Name

State

Birthdate

Height

Weight

Position

Tests

Points

Tries

Lourens Adriaanse

Sharks

5/2/1988

1.80m

115kg

Prop

1

0

0

Willem Alberts

Sharks

5/11/1984

1.91m

106kg

Flanker

32

35

7

Gio Aplon

W.Province

6/10/1982

1.75m

70kg

Wing/fullback

17

25

5

Bjorn Basson

Blue Bulls

11/2/1987

1.87m

82kg

Wing/fullback

11

15

3

Andries Bekker

W.Province

5/12/1983

2.08m

120kg

Lock

29

5

1

Arno Botha

Blue Bulls

26/10/1991

1.90m

105kg

Loose forward

2

0

0

Marnitz Boshoff

Lions

11/1/1989

1.80m

86kg

Flyhalf

1

2

0

Bakkies Botha

Toulon, France

22/9/1979

2.02m

120kg

Lock

85

35

7

Schalk Brits

Saracens, England

16/5/1981

1.82m

105kg

Hooker

7

0

0

Schalk Burger

Suntory, Japan

13/4/1983

1.93m

110kg

Flanker

75

70

14

Nizaam Carr

W.Province

4/4/1991

1.84m

103kg

Flanker

2

0

0

Pat Cilliers

Lions

3/3/1987

1.86m

113kg

Prop

6

0

0

Marcell Coetzee

Sharks

8/5/1991

1.91m

106kg

Flank

26

30

6

Keegan Daniel

Sharks

5/3/1985

1.85m

89kg

Loose forward

5

0

0

Damain de Allende

W.Province

25/11/1991

1.89m

101kg

Centre

3

0

0

Lood de Jager

Cheetahs

17/12/1992

2.05m

125kg

Lock

9

10

2

Juan de Jongh

W.Province

15/4/1988

1.78m

84kg

Centre

14

15

3

Jean de Villiers
(CAPTAIN: 34)

W.Province

24/2/1981

1.90m

100kg

Centre

106

135

27

Jean Deysel

Sharks

5/3/1985

1.92m

103kg

Flank

4

0

0

Bismarck du Plessis

Sharks

22/5/1984

1.89m

108kg

Hooker

70

45

9

Jannie du Plessis

Sharks

16/11/1982

1.87m

115kg

Prop

62

5

1

Fourie du Preez

Suntory, Japan

24/3/1982

1.83m

90kg

Scrumhalf

70

75

15

Pieter-Steph du Toit

Sharks

20/8/1992

2.00m

115kg

Lock

2

0

0

JJ Engelbrecht

Bulls

22/2/1989

1.90m

95kg

Centre

12

20

4

Eben Etzebeth

W.Province

29/10/1991

2.03m

120kg

Lock

33

0

0

Jaque Fourie

Kobe Steel Kobelco Steelers, Japan

4/3/1983

1.90m

98kg

Centre

72

160

32

Johan Goosen

Cheetahs

27/7/1992

1.85m

90kg

Flyhalf

6

8

0

Dean Greyling

Blue Bulls

1/1/1986

1.92m

115kg

Prop

3

0

0

Bryan Habana

Toulon, France

12/6/1983

1.79m

92kg

Wing

106

285

57

Cornal Hendricks

Cheetahs

18/4/1988

1.89m

90kg

Wing

11

25

5

Francois Hougaard

Blue Bulls

6/4/1988

1.79m

86kg

Scrumhalf/wing

35

25

5

Elton Jantjies

Lions

1/8/1990

1.76m

84kg

Flyhalf

2

6

0

Ryan Kankowski

Sharks

14/10/1985

1.93m

103kg

Eighthman

20

5

1

Zane Kirchner

Leinster, Ireland

16/6/1984

1.84m

92kg

Fullback

29

25

5

Siya Kolisi

W.Province

16/6/1991

1.87m

101kg

Flank

10

0

0

Juandré Kruger

Blue Bulls

6/9/1985

1.98m

110kg

Lock

17

0

0

Werner Kruger

Blue Bulls

23/1/1985

1.90m

107kg

Prop

4

0

0

Pat Lambie

Sharks

17/10/1990

1.77m

86kg

Flyhalf/fullback

40

106

2

Willie le Roux

Griquas

18/8/1989

1.86m

88kg

Fullback/wing

25

35

7

Stephan Lewies

Sharks

27/1/1992

2.00m

114kg

Lock

1

0

0

Francois Louw

Bath

15/6/1985

1.90m

110kg

Flanker

34

25

5

Frans Malherbe

W.Province

14/3/1991

1.90m

124kg

Prop

4

0

0

Victor Matfield
(CAPTAIN: 20)

Blue Bulls

11/5/1977

2.00m

110kg

Lock

121

35

7

Charl McLeod

Sharks

5/8/1983

1.79m

82kg

Scrumhalf

1

0

0

Oupa Mohoje

Cheetahs

3/8/1990

1.93m

106kg

Loose forward

7

0

0

Tendai Mtawarira

Sharks

1/8/1985

1.88m

115kg

Prop

64

10

2

Lwazi Mvovo

Sharks

3/6/1986

1.81m

84kg

Wing

10

15

3

Akona Ndungane

Blue Bulls

20/2/1981

1.83m

86kg

Wing

11

5

1

Odwa Ndungane

Sharks

20/2/1981

1.83m

85kg

Wing

9

5

1

Scarra Ntubeni

W.Province

18/2/1991

1.77m

92kg

Hooker

0

0

0

Trevor Nyakane

Cheetahs

4/5/1989

1.78m

123kg

Prop

13

5

1

Coenie Oosthuizen

Cheetahs

22/3/1989

1.85m

125kg

Prop

21

15

3

Ruan Pienaar

Ulster, N.Ireland

10/3/1984

1.87m

90kg

Scrum/flyhalf

80

135

8

JP Pietersen

Sharks

12/7/1986

1.91m

90kg

Wing/centre

59

90

18

Handré Pollard

Blue Bulls

11/3/1994

1.88m

96kg

Flyhalf

9

65

2

Dewald Potgieter

Blue Bulls

22/2/1987

1.90m

100kg

Flank

6

5

1

Jacques Potgieter

Blue Bulls

24/4/1986

1.94m

112kg

Loose forward

3

0

0

Chilliboy Ralepelle

Blue Bulls

11/9/1986

1.78m

95kg

Hooker

22

5

1

Julian Redelinghuys

Lions

11/9/1989

1.78m

100kg

Prop

2

0

0

Cobus Reinach

Sharks

7/2/1990

1.75m

85kg

Scrumhalf

6

10

2

Raymond Rhule

Cheetahs

6/11/1992

1.80m

85kg

Wing/centre

0

0

0

Jan Serfontein

Blue Bulls

15/4/1993

1.87m

97kg

Centre

20

10

2

S'bura Sithole

Sharks

14/6/1990

1.82m

93kg

Wing/centre

0

0

0

Juan Smith

Toulon

30/7/1981

1.94m

110kg

Flank

70

60

12

Pierre Spies

Blue Bulls

8/6/1985

1.94m

110kg

Eighthman

53

35

7

Gurthrö Steenkamp

Toulouse, France

12/6/1981

1.89m

124kg

Prop

53

30

6

Deon Stegmann

Blue Bulls

22/3/1986

1.81m

99kg

Flank

6

0

0

Frans Steyn

Sharks

14/5/1987

1.91m

100kg

Flyhalf/centre
wing/fullback

53

132

9

Morné Steyn

Stade de France, France

11/7/1984

1.86m

85kg

Flyhalf

59

688

8

Adriaan Strauss

Cheetahs

18/11/1985

1.84m

103kg

Hooker

44

25

5

Jaco Taute

Lions

21/3/1991

1.89m

91kg

Utility back

3

0

0

Flip van der Merwe

Blue Bulls

3/6/1985

1.99m

117kg

Lock

35

5

1

Franco v/d Merwe

Lions

14/3/1983

1.98m

114kg

Lock

1

0

0

Marcel v/d Merwe

Blue Bulls

24/10/1990

1.88m

128kg

Prop

5

0

0

Piet van Zyl

Cheetahs

14/9/1989

1.74m

83kg

Scrumhalf

2

0

0

Duane Vermeulen

W.Province

3/7/1986

1.93m

116kg

Eighthman

29

10

2

Callie Visagie

Blue Bulls

9/7/1988

1.88m

113kg

Hooker

0

0

0

Warren Whiteley

Sharks

18/9/1987

1.92m

100kg

Eighthman

2

0

0

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11. SOUTH AFRICAN INTERNATIONAL RECORDS

Players

Referee in a RWC Final

1999
2003

André Watson

2011

Craig Joubert

Most Tests as Referee (+10)

70

Jonathan Kaplan (1996-2011)
(WORLD RECORD)

55

Craig Joubert  (2003-2014)

30

Mark Lawrence (2000-2011)

28

Marius Jonker (2005-2014)

27

André Watson (1996-2004)

19

Jaco Peyper (2011-2014)

12

Tappe Henning (1995-2004)

11

Steve Strydom (1979-1986)

10

Freek Burger (1989-1994)
Ian Rogers (1993-1998)
Louis Mzomba(2001-2007)

Most Tests as Springbok Coach (+14)

54

Jake White (2004-2007: 36 wins/ 66.67%. Winner World Cup - 2007 & Tri-Nations - 2004)

48

Peter de Villiers (2008-2011: 30 wins/62.5%).Winner Tri-Nations - 2009)

38

Nick Mallett (1997-2000: 27 wins/ 71.05%. Winner Tri-Nations - 1998)

37

Heyneke Meyer (2012-2014: 26 wins/ 70.27%)

23

Rudolph Straeuli (2002-2003: 12 wins/52.17%)

15

Nelie Smith(1980-'81: 12 wins/80%)

15

Harry Viljoen (2000-2001: 8 wins/ 53.33%)

14

Kitch Christie (1994-1995: 14 wins/ 100%. Winner World Cup - 1995)

Longest International Career (+13 seasons)

14

Victor Matfield: 30/6/2001-29/11/2014: 13 years 152 days

14

Os du Randt: 8/10/1994-20/10/2007: 13 years 12 days)

13

Naas Botha: 26/4/1980-4/11/1992: 12 years 202 days

13

Danie Gerber: 18/10/1980-4/11/1992: 12 years 27 days

13

Fairy Heatlie: 29/8/1891-12/9/1903: 12 years 14 days

13

Bertie Powell: 29/8/1891-5/9/1903: 12 years 7 days

13

Bakkies Botha:9/11/2002-15/11/2014: 12 years 6 days

Most Experienced Player on debut as Captain

72 tests

Jean de Villiers: 1st Test vs England - 9/6/2012 - Durban

57 tests

Victor Matfield: vs New Zealand - 23/6/2007 - Durban

Oldest Springbok Captains

37:146

Victor Matfield - Born: 11/5/1977; Last test: 4/10/2014 - N.Zealand

36:258

Boy Morkel - Born: 2/1/1885; Last test: 17/9/1921 - New Zealand

Oldest Springboks in final Test (+35 years)

37:202

Victor Matfield - Born: 11/5/1977; Last test: 29/11/2014 - Wales

37:034

Johan Ackermann - Born: 3/6/1970; Last test: 7/7/2007 - Australia

36:258

Boy Morkel - Born: 2/1/1885; Last test: 17/9/1921 - New Zealand

35:277

Deon Lotter - Born: 10/11/1957; Laste test: 14/8/1993 - Australia

35:252

Frik du Preez - Born: 28/11/1935; Last test: 7/8/1971 - Australia

35:208

Flip Geel - Born: 7/2/1914; Last test: 3/9/1949 - New Zealand

35:130

Louis Moolman - Born: 21/1/1951; Last test: 31/5/1986 - NZ Cavaliers

35:068

Bakkies Botha - Born: 22/9/1979; Last test: 15/11/2014 - England

35:042

Os du Randt - Born: 8/9/1972; Last test: 20/10/2007 - England

Youngest Springboks on Test debut

18:018

Jack Hartley
Born: 18/8/1873
Debut: 5/9/1891 - B & Isles (3rd)

19:008

Davie Cope
Born: 14/8/1877
Debut: 22/8/1896 - B & Isles (2nd)

19:037

Bob Loubser
Born: 6/8/1884
Debut: 12/9/1903 - B & Isles (3rd) 

19:051

Clive van Ryneveld
Born: 7/7/1891
Debut: 27/8/1910 - B & Isles (2nd) 

19:072

Wally Mills
Born: 16/6/1891
Debut: 27/8/1910 - B & Isles (2nd) 

19:112

Freddy Turner
Born: 18/3/1914
Debut: 8/7/1933 - Australia (1st)

19:126

Fairy Heatlie
Born: 25/4/1872
Debut: 29/8/1891 - B & Isles (2nd) 

19:158

Syd de Melker
Born: 31/3/1884
Debut: 5/9/1903 - B & Isles (2nd)

19:181

Frans Steyn
Born: 14/5/1987
Debut: 11/11/2006 - Ireland, Dublin 

SAME Team in Most Tests

5

1996
André Joubert; James Small, Japie Mulder, Hennie le Roux, Jacques Olivier; Henry Honiball, Joost van der Westhuizen; Gary Teichmann (captain), André Venter, Ruben Kruger, Mark Andrews, Kobus Wiese, Adrian Garvey, James Dalton, Dawie Theron

Most Experienced Springbok Starting XV

836 caps

vs Australia - 9/10/2011: WELLINGTON, NZ - RWC

-

Pat Lambie (10), JP Pietersen (41), Jaque Fourie (68), Jean de Villiers (71), Bryan Habana (73), Morné Steyn (33), Fourie du Preez (61), Pierre Spies (46), Schalk Burger (67), Heinrich Brüssow (19), Victor Matfield (109), Danie Rossouw (62), Jannie du Plessis (29), John Smit (110), Gurthrö Steenkamp (37).

815 caps

vs Wales - 11/9/2011: WELLINGTON, NZ - RWC

-

Frans Steyn (43), JP Pietersen (38), Jaque Fourie (64), Jean de Villiers (69), Bryan Habana (70), Morné Steyn (29), Fourie du Preez (57), Pierre Spies (42), Schalk Burger (63), Heinrich Brüssow (15), Victor Matfield (107), Danie Rossouw (58), Jannie du Plessis (26), John Smit (106), Tendai Mtawarira (28).

810 caps

vs Australia - 13/8/2011: DURBAN

-

Frans Steyn (42), JP Pietersen (36), Jaque Fourie (62), Jean de Villiers (67), Bryan Habana (68), Butch James (40), Fourie du Preez (55), Pierre Spies (40), Danie Rossouw (56), Heinrich Brüssow (13), Victor Matfield (105), Bakkies Botha (72), Jannie du Plessis (24), John Smit (104), Tendai Mtawarira (26).

778caps

vs England - 15/11/2014: LONDON

-

Willie le Roux (22), JP Pietersen (57), Jan Serfontein (17), Jean de Villiers (103), Bryan Habana (104), Pat Lambie (37), Cobus Reinach (3), Duane Vermeulen (26), Schalk Burger (74), Marcell Coetzee (23), Victor Matfield (118), Eben Etzebeth (30), Jannie du Plessis (61), Adriaan Strauss (41), Tendai Mtawarira (62).

750 caps

vs Australia - 4/9/2010: BLOEMFONTEIN

-

Frans Steyn (38), JP Pietersen (35), Jaque Fourie (61), Jean de Villiers (62), Bryan Habana (65), Morné Steyn (20), Francois Hougaard (4), Pierre Spies (36), Danie Rossouw (53), Juan Smith (64), Schalk Burger (62), Victor Matfield (100), Danie Rossouw (53), Jannie du Plessis (19), John Smit (101), Gurthrö Steenkamp (30).

Most Career Tests (+50)

121

Victor Matfield

111

John Smit

106

Jean de Villiers

106

Bryan Habana

102

Percy Montgomery

89

Joost van der Westhuizen

85

Bakkies Botha

80

Os du Randt

80

Ruan Pienaar

77

Mark Andrews

75

Schalk Burger

75

CJ van der Linde

72

Jaque Fourie

70

Bismarck du Plessis

70

Fourie du Preez

70

Juan Smith

66

André  Venter

64

Breyton Paulse

64

Tendai Mtawarira

63

Danie Rossouw

62

Jannie du Plessis

59

JP Pietersen

59

Morné Steyn

54

Ollie le Roux

53

Pierre Spies

53

Gurthrö Steenkamp

53

Frans Steyn

52

Joe van Niekerk

51

Albert van den Berg

Most appearances in ALL Springbok matches (+50)

126

Victor Matfield

112

John Smit

111

Joost van der Westhuizen

108

Bryan Habana

106

Jean de Villiers

104

Percy Montgomery

90

Mark Andrews

87

Bakkies Botha

87

Frik du Preez

85

Os du Randt

85

Ruan Pienaar

78

CJ van der Linde

76

Schalk Burger

75

Hannes Marais

74

Jan Ellis

74

Jaque Fourie

74

Breyton Paulse

73

Bismarck du Plessis

71

Fourie du Preez

71

John Gainsford

70

Juan Smith

70

André Venter

68

Ollie le Roux

67

Jannie Engelbrecht

66

Danie Rossouw

65

Jannie du Plessis

64

Tendai Mtawarira

62

JP Pietersen

60

James Small

60

Morné Steyn

58

James Dalton

58

Lionel Wilson

57

Mof Myburgh

56

Johan Claassen

56

Ruben Kruger

56

Mannetjies Roux

56

Gurthrö Steenkamp

56

Frans Steyn

54

Syd Nomis

54

Albert van den Berg

53

Dawie de Villiers

53

Doug Hopwood

53

Pierre Spies

52

Pieter Müller

52

Gary Teichmann

52

Joe van Niekerk

51

Hennie le Roux

51

Krynauw Otto

Most Capped player in each Position

Fullback

87 (WORLD RECORD) - Percy Montgomery (1997-2001; 2004-2008): ALSO 9 as centre; 5 as flyhalf; 1 as a wing.

Wing

105 (WORLD RECORD) (106) - Bryan Habana (2004- 2014): ALSO 1 as centre.
62(64) - Breyton Paulse (1999-2005; 2007): ALSO 2 as fullback.

Centre

91(106) - Jean de Villiers (2002-2012): ALSO 15 as wing
61(72) - Jaque Fourie (2003-2011; 2013):ALSO 10 as wing/1 as fullback..

Flyhalf

56(58) - Morné Steyn (2009-2014):  ALSO 2 as fullback & flank.
37(42) - Butch James (2001-2002; 2006-2008; 2010): ALSO 4 as centre, 1 as fullback.

Scrumhalf

87(89) - Joost van der Westhuizen (1993-2001): ALSO 2 as a wing.

Prop

80 - Os du Randt (1994-1999; 2004-2007).

Hooker

96(111) - John Smit (2000-2001; 2004-2011): ALSO 15 as prop.

Lock

121 (WORLD RECORD) - Victor Matfield (2000-2010; 2014).

Flank

72(75)-Schalk Burger (2003-2010; 2014): ALSO 3 as eighthman.
60(70)- Juan Smith (2003-2010): ALSO 10 as a eighthman.
56(66)- André Venter (1996-2001): ALSO 10 as a lock.

Eighthman

48(53)- Pierre Spies (2006-2011): ALSO 4 as a flanker; and 1 as replacement wing.
42(42) - Gary Teichmann (1995-1999).

Most Tests as Brothers in the same team

39

Bismarck & Jannie du Plessis

Brothers in 50+ tests

68

Bismarck du Plessis

62

Jannie du Plessis

Most Tests as Captain (+10)

83

John Smit

36

Gary Teichmann

34

Jean de Villiers

29

Francois Pienaar

22

Dawie de Villiers

20

Victor Matfield

18

Corné Krige

16

André Vos

15

Morné du Plessis

12

Bob Skinstad

11

Hannes Marais

10

Avril Malan

10

Joost van der Westhuizen

Most Consecutive Tests (+25)

46

John Smit (2003-2007: 40 consecutive as captain)

39

Gary Teichmann (1995-1999: 32 as captain)

30

Morné Steyn (2009-2012)

28

Victor Matfield (2008-2010)

26

André Snyman (1996-1998)

26

André Vos (1999-2001)

26

Jean de Villiers (2011-2013)

25

Syd Nomis (He won his first cap against France in the 4th test at Newlands - 12/8/1967 - and subsequently played in every test up to and including the test against England at Ellis Park - 3/6/1972 - after which he retired from international rugby)

25

Ollie le Roux (1998-1999)

25

André Venter (1997-1999)

Most Tests as a Replacement (+ 20)

43

Ollie le Roux (total: 54)

41

Ruan Pienaar (total: 80)

36

CJ van der Linde (total: 75)

29

Bismarck du Plessis (total: 70)

28

Albert van den Berg (total: 51)

23

Gurthrö Steenkamp (total: 53)

23

Adriaan Strauss (total: 44)

23

Flip van der Merwe (total: 35)

20

Danie Rossouw (total: 63)

19

Chiliboy Ralepele (total: 21)

18

Coenie Oosthuizen (total: 21)

Most Tests as a Centre Pairing

32

Jean de Villiers, Jaque Fourie

18

Marius Joubert, De Wet Barry

14

Adrian Jacobs, Jean de Villiers

14

Hennie le Roux, Japie Mulder

10

Ryk van Schoor, Tjol Lategan

10

Ian Kirkpatrick, John Gainsford

Most Tests as a Half-back combination

24

Joost van der Westhuizen (scrumhalf), Henry Honiball (flyhalf)

21

Fourie du Preez (scrumhalf), Morné Steyn (flyhalf)

17

Dawie de Villiers (scrumhalf), Piet Visagie (flyhalf)

Most Tests as a Three Quarter combination

8

Percy Montgomery, Stefan Terblanche, Pieter Müller, André Snyman, Pieter Rossouw (1998)

Most Tests as a Back Line combination

6

Percy Montgomery, Stefan Terblanché, Pieter Müller, André Snyman, Pieter Rossouw, Henry Honiball, Joost van der Westhuizen

Most Tests as a Front Row

16

Beast Mtawarira, Bismarck du Plessis, Jannie du Plessis (2008-2014)

14

Os du Randt, John Smit, Eddie Andrews (2004-2006)

12

Os du Randt, John Smit, CJ van der Linde (2005-2007)

11

Robbie Kempson, James Dalton, Adrian Garvey (1998 - consecutively)

Most Tests as Locks

63
(WORLD RECORD)

Victor Matfield, Bakkies Botha

25

Mark Andrews, Krynauw Otto

11

Kobus Wiese, Mark Andrews

10

Salty du Rand, Johan Claassen

Most Tests as a Loose Forward Combination

14

André Venter, Ruben Kruger (flanks), Gary Teichmann (No8 - 1996-1997)

14

André Venter, Johan Erasmus (flanks), Gary Teichmann (No8 - 1997-1999)

12

Jan Ellis, Piet Greyling (flanks), Tommy Bedford (No8)

Most Tests as Flanks

34

Juan Smith, Schalk Burger,

24

André Venter, Johan Erasmus

Most Tests as a Pack of Forwards

6

Gary Teichmann, André Venter, Johan Erasmus, Mark Andrews, Krynauw Otto, Adrian Garvey, James Dalton, Robbie Kempson (1998)

Most Points in a Test (+25)

35

Percy Montgomery (2007: vs Namibia, Cape Town)

34

Jannie de Beer (1999: vs England, Paris)

31

Percy Montgomery (1998: vs Wales, Pretoria)

31

Morné Steyn (2009: vs New Zealand, Durban)

30

Tonderai Chavhanga (2005: vs Uruguay, East London)

29

Gaffie du Toit (1999: vs Italy, Durban)

29

Percy Montgomery (2007: Samoa, Paris)

28

Gavin Johnson (1995: vs Western Samoa, Johannesburg)

28

Morné Steyn (2013: vs Argentina, Soweto)

26

Jannie de Beer (1997: vs Australia, Pretoria)

26

Percy Montgomery (1997: vs Scotland, Edinburgh)

26

Morné Steyn (2010: vs Italy, East London)

25

Joel Stransky (1996: vs Australia, Bloemfontein)

25

Stefan Terblanché (1999: vs Italy, Durban)

Scored ALL Points in a Test (+15)

31
(WORLD RECORD)

Morné Steyn (2009: vs NZ, Durban)

25

Joel Stransky (1996: vs Australia, Bloemfontein)

21

Jannie de Beer (1999: vs Australia, London)

18

Braam van Straaten
2000: vs England, Pretoria
2000: vs Australia, Durban

18

Morné Steyn (2011: vs NZ, Port Elizabeth)

17

Braam van Straaten (2000: vs England, London)

15

Okey Geffin (1949: vs New Zealand, Cape Town)

15

André Joubert (1994: vs England, Pretoria)

15

Joel Stransky (1995: vs New Zealand, Johannesburg)

15

Braam van Straaten (2001: vs New Zealand, Auckland)

Scored in ALL FOUR Ways in a Test

22

Joel Stransky (1995: vs Australia - 1t1c1d4p)

21

Derick Hougaard (2003: vs Samoa - 1t5c1d1p)

18

André Pretorius (2002: vs New Zealand - 1t2c1d2p)

Three successful placekickers in a Test

vs New Zealand
25/7/2009
Bloemfontein

Morné Steyn (3p)
Francois Steyn (2p)
Ruan Pienaar (1p)

vs Australia
28/8/2010
Pretoria

Morné Steyn (4c2p)
Francois Steyn (1p)
Butch James (1c)

Most Test Points by a player in a season (100+)

219

Percy Montgomery (2007: 15 tests)

185

Morné Steyn (2010: 13 tests)

158

Percy Montgomery (2005: 12 tests)

154

Percy Montgomery (2004: 11 tests)

150

Morné Steyn (2013: 12 tests)

137

Morné Steyn (2009: 12 tests)

136

Braam van Straaten (2000: 11 tests)

120

Louis Koen (2003: 11 tests)

112

Joel Stransky (1995: 9 tests)

111

Percy Montgomery (1998: 12 tests)

102

Jannie de Beer (1999: 6 tests)

Most Points in Test Matches (+150)

893

Percy Montgomery (102 tests)

688

Morné Steyn (59 tests)

312

Naas Botha (28 tests)

280

Bryan Habana (106 tests)

240

Joel Stransky (22 tests)

221

Braam van Straaten (21 tests)

190

Joost van der Westhuizen (89 tests)

181

Jannie de Beer (13 tests)

171

André Pretorius (31 tests)

160

Jaque Fourie (72 tests)

156

Henry Honiball (35 tests)

154

Butch James (43 tests)

Most points in ALL Springbok Matches (+200)

906

Percy Montgomery (104 matches)

701

Morné Steyn (60 matches)

485

Naas Botha (40 matches)

329

Joel Stransky (36 matches)

294

Braam van Straaten (27 matches)

293

Gerry Brand (46 matches)

280

Bryan Habana (108 matches)

280

Joost v/d Westhuizen (111 matches)

258

André Joubert (49 matches)

240

Piet Visagie (44 matches)

201

Keith Oxlee (48 matches)

Most Points in a Test against South Africa (+20)

29

Stirling Mortlock (Australia - 2000: Melbourne)

27

Rob Andrew (England - 1994: Pretoria)

27

Jonny Wilkinson (England - 2000: Bloemfontein)

27

Gérald Merceron (France - 2001: Johannesburg)

27

Charlie Hodgson (England - 2004: London)

25

Carlos Spencer (New Zealand - 1997: Auckland)

25

Daniel Carter (New Zealand - 2006: Wellington, NZ)

24

Matt Burke (Australia - 1999: London)

23

Daniel Carter (New Zealand - 2007: Christchurch)

22

Carlos Spencer (New Zealand - 2003: Pretoria)

21

Hugo Porta (Argentina - 1982: Bloemfontein)

21

Santiago Meson (Argentina - 1993: Buenos Aires)

21

José Cilley(Argentina - 1994: Johannesburg)

21

Diego Dominguez (Italy - 1997: Bologna)

21

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand - 1999: Pretoria)

21

Stirling Mortlock (Australia - 2000: Sydney)

21

Jonny Wilkinson (England - 2001: London)

21

Stephen Jones (Wales - 2004: Cardiff)

21

Dan Parks (Scotland - 2010: Edinburgh)

20

Carlos Spencer (New Zealand - 1997 - Johannesburg)

20

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand - 2000: Johannesburg)

20

Jonny Wilkinson (England - 2000: London)

20

Jonny Wilkinson (England - 2003: Perth)

20

Daniel Carter (New Zealand - 2006: Pretoria)

20

Stephen Jones (British & Irish Lions - 2009: Pretoria)

20

Matt Giteau (Australia - 2009:Perth)

Most Career Tries (+10)

57

Bryan Habana (106 tests)

38

Joost van der Westhuizen (89 tests)

32

Jaque Fourie (72 tests)

27

Jean de Villiers (106 tests)

26

Breyton Paulse (64 tests)

25

Percy Montgomery (102 tests)

21

Pieter Rossouw (43 tests)

20

James Small (47 tests)

19

Danie Gerber (24 tests)

19

Stefan Terblanché (37 tests)

18

JP Pietersen (59 tests)

15

Fourie du Preez (70 tests)

14

Chester Williams (26 tests)

13

Schalk Burger (75 tests)

12

Ray Mordt (18 tests)

12

Gerrie Germishuys (20 tests)

12

Mark Andrews (77 tests)

12

Juan Smith (70 tests)

11

Bob Skinstad (42 tests)

10

Robbie Fleck (31 tests)

10

André Joubert (34 tests)

10

Joe van Niekerk (52 tests)

Most Tries in ALL Springbok Matches (+25)

57

Bryan Habana (108 matches)

56

Joost v/d Westhuizen (111 matches)

44

Jannie Engelbrecht (67 matches)

39

Breyton Paulse (74 matches)

32

Jan Ellis (74 matches)

32

Jaque Fourie (74 matches)

31

John Gainsford (71 matches)

28

Danie Gerber (35 matches)

27

Jean de Villiers (106 matches)

27

James Small (60 matches)

27

Chester Williams (47 matches)

26

Percy Montgomery (104 matches)

Most Tries in a Season (+8)

13

Bryan Habana (2007: 11 tests)

12

Bryan Habana (2005: 12 tests)

10

Pieter Rossouw (1997: 11 tests)

9

Stefan Terblanche (1998: 12 tests)

9

Jaque Fourie (2007: 12 tests)

8

James Small (1993: 7 tests)

8

Chester Williams (1995: 6 tests)

8

Percy Montgomery (1997: 10 tests)

8

Joost v/d Westhuizen (1998: 12 tests)

8

Juan Smith (2007: 13 tests)

Most Test Tries as a Springbok Fullback

18

Percy Montgomery (87 tests)

10

André Joubert (34 tests)

Most Tries in a Test (+3)

6

Tonderai Chavhanga (11/6/2005 - vs Uruguay, East London)

5

Stefan Terblanché (19/6/1999 - vs Italy, Durban)

4

Chester Williams (10/6/1995 - vs Western Samoa, Johannesburg)

4

Pieter Rossouw (22/11/1997 - vs France, Paris)

4

Stefan Terblanché (13/6/1998 - vs Ireland, Bloemfontein)

4

Bryan Habana (9/9/2007 - vs Samoa, Paris)

4

Jongi Nokwe (30/8/2008 - vs Australia, Johannesburg: 1st haul of 4 by any international vs Australia)

3

Boetie McHardy (30/11/1912 - vs Ireland, Dublin: 1st by a Springbok)

3

Jan Stegmann (30/11/1912 - vs Ireland, Dublin)

3

Tom van Vollenhoven (20/8/1955 - vs British Lions, Cape Town)

3

Hennie van Zyl (5/8/1961 - vs Australia, Johannesburg)

3

Ray Mordt
12/9/1981 - vs New Zealand, Auck
25/9/1981 - vs USA, Glenville, NY

3

Danie Gerber
27/3/1982 - vs S.America, Pretoria
9/6/1984 - vs England, Johannesburg

3

Joost van der Westhuizen
15/12/1996 - vs Wales, Cardiff
11/10/2003 - vs Uruguay, Brisbane

3

Pieter Rossouw (27/6/1998 - vs Wales, Pretoria)

3

Breyton Paulse (12/6/1999 - vs Italy, Port Elizabeth)

3

Deon Kayser (19/6/1999 - vs Italy, Durban)

3

Marius Joubert (14/8/2004 - vs New Zealand, Johannesburg)

3

Juan Smith (15/8/2007 - vs Namibia, Cape Town: 1st by a forward)

3

Schalk Burger (15/8/2007 - vs Namibia, Cape Town)

3

Bryan Habana (29/9/2012 - vs Australia, Pretoria)

Most Tries in a Test against South Africa

2

Harry Sugars (1906 - Ireland, Belfast)

2

Jack Sullivan (1937 - New Zealand, Christchurch)

2

Spooky Smith (1965 - New Zealand, Auckland)

2

Benoit Dauga (1968 - France, Bordeaux)

2

JJ Williams - British & Irish Lions
1974 - Pretoria
1974 - Port Elizabeth

2

Jean-Luc Averous (1977 - France, Pretoria)

2

Paul Carozza (1992 - Australia, Cape Town)

2

Alain Penaud (1992 - France, Lyon)

2

Jason Little (1993 - Australia, Brisbane)

2

Jeff Wilson (1996 - New Zealand, Pretoria)

2

Frank Bunce (1997 - New Zealand, Johannesburg)

2

Ben Tune (1997 - Australia, Brisbane)

2

Christian Cullen - New Zealand
1997 - Auckland
1999 - Pretoria
2000 - Christchurch
2000 - Johannesburg

2

Stirling Mortlock (2000 - Australia, Melbourne)

2

Tana Umaga (2000 - New Zealand, Johannesburg)

2

Chris Latham (2002 - Australia, Brisbane)

2

Will Greenwood (2002 - England, London)

2

Doug Howlett (2003 - New Zealand, Preoria)

2

Joe Rokocoko - New Zealand
2003 - Pretoria
2005 - Dunedin

2

Sitiveni Sivivatu (2004 - Pacific Islands, Gosford, Australia)

2

Gavin Henson (2004 - Wales, Cardiff)

2

Matt Giteau - Australia
2005 - Sydney
2006 - Brisbane
2009 - Perth

2

Vince Clerc (2006 - France, Cape Town)

2

Tom Croft (2009 - B & I Lions, Durban)

2

Shane Williams (2009 - B & I Lions, Johannesburg)

2

James O'Connor (2010 - Australia, Pretoria)

2

George North (2010 - Wales, Cardiff: 18:214 old!)

2

Cory Jane (2011 - New Zealand, Wellington, NZ)

2

Zac Guildford (2011 - New Zealand, Wellington, NZ)

2

Ben Youngs (2012 - England, Johannesburg, SA)

2

Kieran Read (2013 - New Zealand, Auckland, NZ)

2

Liam Messam (2013 - New Zealand, Johannesburg, SA)

Most Penalties in a Test (+6)

8

Morné Steyn (2009: vs New Zealand, Durban)

7

Percy Montgomery
2006 - vs Scotland, Port Elizabeth
2006 - vs France, Cape Town

7

Morné Steyn (2009: vs Australia, Cape Town)

6

Gerald Bosch (1975 - vs France, Pretoria)

6

Joel Stransky (1996 - vs Australia, Bloemfontein)

6

Jannie de Beer (1999 - vs Australia, London)

6

Braam van Straaten
2000 - vs England, Pretoria
2000 - vs Australia, Durban

6

Percy Montgomery (2001 - vs France, Johannesburg)

6

Louis Koen (2003 - vs Scotland, Johannesburg)

6

Morné Steyn
2010 - vs Australia, Bloemfontein
2014 - vs Australia, Perth

Most Career Penalties in Tests (+30)

148

Percy Montgomery (102 tests)

142

Morné Steyn (59 tests)

55

Braam van Straaten (21 tests)

50

Naas Botha (28 tests)

47

Joel Stransky (22 tests)

31

Louis Koen (15 tests)

Most Conversions in a Test (+8)

12

Percy Montgomery (2007 - vs Namibia, Cape Town)

9

Percy Montgomery (1998 - vs Wales, Pretoria)

9

Butch James (2008 - vs Argentina, Johannesburg)

8

Percy Montgomery (1997 - vs Scotland, Edinburgh)

8

Gaffie du Toit
1999 - vs Italy, Port Elizabeth
1999 - vs Italy, Durban

8

Morné Steyn
2013 - vs Argentina, Soweto

Most Career Conversions in Tests (+30)

153

Percy Montgomery (102 tests)

99

Morné Steyn (59 tests)

50

Naas Botha (28 tests)

38

Henry Honiball (35 tests)

33

Jannie de Beer (13 tests)

31

André Pretorius (31 toetse)

30

Joel Stransky (22 tests)

Most Drop Goals in a Test (+3)

5

Jannie de Beer (1999 - vs England, Paris: WORLD RECORD)

4

André Pretorius (2006 - vs England, London)

3

Naas Botha
1980 - vs South America, Durban
1981 - vs Ireland, Durban

3

Jaco van der Westhuyzen (2004 - vs Scotland, Edinburgh)

Most Career Drop Goals in a Career (+5)

18

Naas Botha (28 tests)

8

Jannie de Beer (13 tests)

8

André Pretorius (31 tests)

8

Morné Steyn (59 tests)

6

Percy Montgomery (102 tests)

5

Hansie Brewis (10 tests)

5

Piet Visagie (25 tests)

Team

Most Points in a Year (+300)

658

2007 (17 tests)

535

1997 (13 tests)

447

1999 (13 tests)

416

2005 (12 tests)

408

2004 (13 tests)

404

2013 (12 tests)

376

2010 (13 tests)

361

1998 (12 tests)

360

2008 (13 tests)

352

1996 (13 tests)

338

2003 (12 tests)

332

2014 (13 tests)

308

1995 (10 tests)

301

2000 (12 tests)

Most Points in a Test (+40)

134

vs Uruguay (2005 - East London)

105

vs Namibia (2007 - Cape Town)

101

vs Italy (1999 - Durban)

96

vs Wales (1998 - Pretoria)*

87

vs Namibia (2011 - North Harbour)

74

vs Tonga (1997 - Cape Town)

74

vs Italy (1999 - Port Elizabeth)

73

vs Argentina (2013 - Soweto)

72

vs Uruguay (2003 - Perth)

68

vs Scotland (1997 - Edinburgh)

64

vs USA (2007 - Montpellier)

63

vs Argentina (2008 - Johannesburg)

62

vs Italy (1997 - Bologna)

61

vs Australia (1997 - Pretoria)

60

vs Western Samoa (1995 - Johannesburg)

60

vs Italy (2001 - Port Elizabeth)

60

vs Samoa
2002 - Pretoria
2003 - Brisbane

59

vs Samoa (2007 - Paris)

58

vs England (2007 - Bloemfontein)

56

vs Samoa (2013 - Pretoria)

55

vs England (2007 - Pretoria)

55

vs Italy (2010 - East London)

55

vs Scotland (2014 - Port Elizabeth)

54

vs Italy (2001 - Genoa)

53

vs Wales (2004 - Pretoria)

53

vs Australia (2008 - Johannesburg)

52

vs Argentina (1993 - Buenos Aires)

52

vs France (1997 - Paris)

51

vs Canada (2000 - East London)

50

vs South America (1982 - Pretoria)

49

vs Argentina (2002 - Springs)

49

vs Fiji (2011 - Wellington, NZ)

46

vs Argentina
1994 - Johannesburg
1996 - Buenos Aires

46

vs New Zealand (2000 - Johannesburg)

46

vs Georgia (2003 - Sydney)

45

vs Scotland (2004 - Edinburgh)

44

vs Scotland (1951 - Edinburgh)

44

vs Argentina (1996 - Buenos Aires)

44

vs Australia (2010 - Pretoria)

44

vs Italy (2013 - Durban)

43

vs Fiji (1996 - Pretoria)

43

vs USA (2001 - Houston)

43

vs Wales (2008 - Bloemfontein)

42

vs Argentina (1994 - Port Elizabeth)

42

vs England (2008 - London)

42

vs France (2010 - Cape Town)

Biggest Winning Points Margin (+30)

131

vs Uruguay (2005 - 134-3, East London)

101

vs Italy (1999 - 101-0, Durban)

92

vs Namibia (2007 - 105-13, Cape Town)

87

vs Namibia (2011 - 87-0, North Harbour)

83

vs Wales (1998 - 96-13, Pretoria)

71

vs Italy (1999 - 74-3, Port Elizabeth)

66

vs Uruguay (2003 - 72-6, Perth)

64

vs Tonga (1997 - 74-10, Cape Town)

60

vs Argentina (2013 - 73-13, Soweto)

58

vs Scotland (1997 - 68-10, Edinburgh)

54

vs Argentina (2008 - 63-9, Johannesburg)

52

vs Samoa
1995 - 60-8, Johannesburg
2007 - 59-7, Paris

50

vs Samoa (2003 - 60-10, Brisbane)

49

vs USA (2007 - 64-15, Montpellier)

49

vs Scotland (2014 - 55-6, Port Elizabeth)

48

vs England (2007 - 58-10, Bloemfontein)

46

vs Italy (2001 - 60-14, Port Elizabeth)

46

vs Fiji (2011 - 49-3, Wellington, NZ)

45

vs Australia (2008 - 53-8, Johannesburg)

44

vs Scotland (1951 - 44-0, Edinburgh)

44

vs Spain (1999 - 47-3, Edinburgh)

44

vs Italy (2010 - 55-11, East London)

43

vs Fiji (2011 - 49-3, Wellington, NZ)

42

vs France (1997 - 52-10, Paris)

42

vs Western Samoa (1997 - 60-18, Pretoria)

39

vs Australia (1997 - 61-22, Pretoria)

38

vs Ireland (1912 - 38-0, Dublin)

36

vs Uruguay (1999 - 39-3, Glasgow)

36

vs England
2007 - 36-0, Paris
2008 - 42-6, London

35

vs Wales (2004 - 53-18, Pretoria)

35

vs Scotland (2004 - 45-10, Edinburgh)

34

vs Italy (2013 - 44-10, Durban)

33

vs Ireland (1998 - 33-0, Pretoria)

33

vs Canada (2000 - 51-18, East London)

33

vs England (2007 - 55-22, Pretoria)

32

vs South America (1982 - 50-18, Pretoria)

32

vs Argentina (2004 - 39-7, Buenos Aires)

32

vs Samoa (2013 - 56-23, Pretoria)

31

vs USA (1981 - 38-7, New York)

31

vs Argentina (1996 - 46-15, Buenos Aires)

31

vs Italy (1997 - 62-31, Bologna)

Highest Score by Individual Countries (+30)

55

by New Zealand (1997 - Auckland)

53

by Engeland (2002 - London)

52

by New Zealand (2003 - Pretoria)

49

by Australia (2006 - Brisbane)

45

by New Zealand (2006 - Pretoria)

44

by Australia (2000 - Melbourne)

41

by New Zealand (2002 - Wellington, NZ)

41

by Australia (2010 - Bloemfontein)

40

by New Zealand
(2000 - Johannesburg)
(2011 - Welllington, NZ)

38

by Australia (2002 - Brisbane)

38

by New Zealand (2013 - Johannesburg)

36

by Wales (2004 - Cardiff)

35

by New Zealand (1997 - Johannesburg)

34

by New Zealand (1999 - Pretoria)

33

by England (1992 - London)

33

by New Zealand
1996 - Pretoria
2007 - Christchurch

33

by Argentina (2000 - Buenos Aires)

32

by England (1994 - Pretoria)

32

by Australia (1997 - Brisbane)

32

by France
1997 - Lyon
2001 - Johannesburg

32

by Australia (1999 - Brisbane)

32

by France (2001 - Johannesburg)

32

by England (2004 - London)

32

by Ireland (2006 - Dublin)

32

by New Zealand (2010 - Auckland)

31

by Italy (1997 - Bologna)

31

by New Zealand (2005 - Dunedin)

31

by Australia (2010 - Pretoria)

31

by Argentina (2014 - Salta)

30

by Australia
2004 - Perth
2005 - Sydney
2010 - Brisbane

30

by France (2005 - Durban)

29

vs Ireland (2014 - Dublin)

28

vs British & Irish Lions
1974 - 9-28, Pretoria
2009 - 9-28, Johannesburg

Biggest Losing Points Margin (+20)

50

vs England (2002 - 3-53, London)

49

vs Australia (2006 - 0-49, Brisbane)

36

vs New Zealand (2003 - 16-52, Pretoria)

33

vs New Zealand (2011- 7-40,Wellington, NZ)

28

vs New Zealand (1999 - 0-28, Dunedin)

27

vs New Zealand (2007 - 6-33, Christchurch)

26

vs Australia (1999 - 6-32, Brisbane)

23

vs Australia (1992 - 3-26, Cape Town)

21

vs Australia (2000 - 23-44, Melbourne)

21

vs New Zealand (1992 - 20-41, Wellington)

20

vs New Zealand
1997 - 35-55, Auckland
2010 - 12-32, Auckland

20

vs Australia
2000 - 6-26, Sydney
2003 - 9-29, Brisbane

20

vs England (2001 - 9-29, London)

20

vs France (2002 - 10-30, Marseille)

19

vs British & Irish Lions
1974 - 9-28, Pretoria
2009 - 9-28, Johannesburg

Most Tries in a Year (+40)

81

2007 (17 tests)

74

1997 (13 tests)

52

1999 (13 tests)

47

2013 (12 tests)

46

2005 (12 tests)

45

2004 (13 tests)

43

2008 (13 tests)

41

2012 (12 tests)

Most Tries in a Test (+10)

21

vs Uruguay (2005 - East London)

15

vs Wales (1998 - Pretoria)

15

vs Italy (1999 - Durban)

15

vs Namibia (2007 - Cape Town)

12

vs Tonga (1997 - Cape Town)

12

vs Uruguay (2003 - Perth)

12

vs Namibia (2011 - North Harbour)

11

vs Italy (1999 - Port Elizabeth)

10

vs Ireland (1912 - Dublin)

10

vs Scotland (1997 - Edinburgh)

Most Tries Conceded in a Test (+5)

7

vs New Zealand
1999 - Dunedin
2003 - Pretoria

7

vs England (2002 - London)

6

vs Australia (2006 - Brisbane)

6

vs New Zealand (2011- Wellington, NZ)

5

vs British Lions (1955 - Johannesburg)

5

vs New Zealand
1965 - Auckland
2002 - Wellington, NZ
2013 - Jo'burg, SA

5

vs Australia
2000 - Melbourne
2005 - Sydney
2010 - Bloemfontein
2011 - Sydney

Longest Winning Sequence

17

23/8/1997 - 28/11/1998

15

15/10/1994 - 2/7/1996
The Springboks drew the 4th Test against New Zealand on 6/8/1994, and went on to win the next 15 Tests

Longest Undefeated Sequence at Home

13

11/6/1994 to 3/8/1996
Ian McIntosh-3; Kitch Christie-8

13

12/6/2004 to 17/6/2006
Jake White-13

Most Consecutive Defeats

7

25/7/1964 to 21/8/1965

Most Consecutive Defeats against One Team

8

New Zealand
21/7/2001 - 24/7/2004

7

England
2/12/2000 - 18/11/2006

6

British Isles
30/7/1891 - 29/8/1896

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