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Mon 19 Nov 2012
00:16:47
Craig Roberts and Heyneke Meyer face the press and answer some questions.

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Sports Poll

It was a very poor year for South African teams in Super Rugby. Do you think the Springboks have any chance in the World Cup after a season like this?
Yes, the Springboks are a different team and will still be competitive.
No, South African rugby is in serious trouble