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Rugby | Springboks

It will be an uphill battle to keep Boks in SA - Zondagh
It will be an uphill battle to keep Springboks in this country after the upcoming Rugby World Cup, especially with some massive amounts being offered to players at the moment to join clubs overseas. Read full article
Erasmus admits Bok player management plan likely to face test
South African Rugby's collective player management plan that puts national team interests above Super Rugby ambitions ahead of the World Cup in Japan could be tested the over the coming months. Read full article
South Africa scraps 30-cap eligibility rule
The South Africa's rugby union will scrap a rule that requires overseas-based players to have at least 30 test caps to be eligible for Boks selection as part of a "radical" overhaul of its contracting system. Read full article
Schickerling ready for a big push
There was a time when the players in a Springbok touring squad who did not play in matches were referred to by teammates as Tommy Tourists or “tackle bag carriers.” Read full article
A mature decision from a perfect pupil - Lambie
When you consider the injuries that truncated his career and forced him to announce his retirement at the relatively young age of 28 Read full article
Bok flyhalf Lambie calls it quits at 28
South Africa flyhalf Pat Lambie admitted to both disappointment and relief after announcing his retirement from rugby at the age of 28 due to on-going concussion issues. Read full article
Rassie can afford himself some Christmas joy
Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus has seven months to wait before his team next goes into action but the gap between now and the start of the truncated Rugby Championship will be crucial. Read full article
Springboks to meet Japan in World Cup warm-up
The Springboks will arrive in Japan for the World Cup a week earlier than previously planned next year to play the tournament hosts in a warm-up match in Saitama, South Africa Rugby said on Monday. Read full article
Boks to play in Joburg, Pretoria in 2019
The Springboks will play their only two home tests in 2019 in Johannesburg and Pretoria, with the opening round of a shortened Castle Lager Rugby Championship taking place on Saturday. Read full article
Former Springbok Drotske stable after being shot in robbery
World Cup-winning hooker Naka Drotske is said to be in a stable condition after the former South Africa international was shot three times during an attempted robbery in Pretoria on Thursday. Read full article
Where sorry seems to be the hardest word
It was Elton John who penned the line: “Sorry seems to be the hardest word” but nowhere has it been more appropriate than in the handling of contentious decisions over the past month of November internationals. Read full article
Dyantyi award brings some Bok consolation
Wing Aphiwe Dyantyi brought some consolation to the disappointed Springboks by walking away with the 2018 World Rugby Breakthrough Player of the Year award at a ceremony held in Monaco. Read full article
Rassie's first year: Thank goodness for Wellington
When Rassie Erasmus and his fellow coaches look back on their first year in charge of the Springboks, they are likely to find themselves mouthing the words “Thank goodness for Wellington”. Read full article
Boks deserve a pass mark for 2018
Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus believes his team deserves a pass mark for the 2018 season, but not much more. Read full article
Wales outsmarted us – Rassie
Rassie Erasmus admitted his side were “outsmarted” by Wales and deserved to lose the test match in Cardiff on Saturday that ended the tour on a sour note. Read full article
Bumbling Boks end tour in defeat
The Springboks’ end-of-year tour ended on a sour note as they stumbled to a error-ridden 20-11 loss against Wales in Cardiff on Saturday. Read full article
Wales v Springboks LIVE
Good evening and welcome to our live coverage of tonight's much-anticipated final Springbok test of the year played against Wales in Cardiff. Read full article
Springboks brace for tough test against improved Welsh side
Springbok captain Siya Kolisi believes it will an entirely different and indeed much stronger Welsh that the Springboks will face on Saturday. Read full article
Kolisi hails Erasmus for restoring Springbok self-belief
South Africa captain Siya Kolisi on Friday hailed coach Rassie Erasmus for having restored self-belief in the Springbok camp after a couple of disappointing seasons for one of rugby's traditional powerhouses. Read full article
A rare proper test of Bok and Welsh strength
If the Boks needed any extra motivation for Saturday’s final test match of the year against Wales it would have been provided for them if they’d been privy to some of the conversations between home fans. Read full article
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