1. Springboks and All Blacks Tri-Nations Decider: Preview

    The Springboks take on the All Blacks in Hamilton in what could turn out to be the Tri-nations decider for 2009. The Springboks are looking to bounce back after a flat performance against Australia in Brisbane last week...

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  2. Springboks Struggle Once Again at Suncorp Stadium

    The Springboks crashed to a 21-6 defeat to the Wallabies at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane on Saturday night. Brisbane has not been kind to the Springboks, having not won here since 1971...

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  3. Springboks Mental Strength Will Seal Tri-Nations At Suncorp

    This week the Springboks have shown the sort of side that they have evolved into under Peter de Villiers. There has been no complacency, no high-fives for winning in Perth, and no talk about getting the two points needed to seal the Tri-nations...

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  4. Jean De Villiers Not Prepared To Give Up on Springbok Dream

    Jean de Villiers is happy. He's in a winning Bok team, his form is great, and he say's this is the happiest Bok side he has been part of...

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  5. Nog Een Vir Die Bokke: Another One for the Boks

    The Nelson Mandela plate returns to South Africa as the Springboks beat the Wallabies 33-25 in their Tri-nations encounter at Subiaco Oval, Perth...

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  6. Arrogant Aussies Have Become a Bunch of Cry Babies

    The Australians, and to a much lesser extent the New Zealanders, have become very critical of the World Champion Springboks and the way they are winning...

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  7. Springboks to Be Banned from Defending Rugby World Cup?

    The Springboks are the current World Champions. The No. 1 ranked IRB test nation. The cream of the crop, yet the most despised side in World rugby. The IRB, and the rest of the world doesn't like them...

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  8. Angry Australians Conspire to Belittle and Punish the Springboks

    After the third great consecutive Springbok victory in the Tri-nations, I've found the reaction of the Australians and New Zealanders hard to fathom. The Springboks built their victories with brutal, uncompromising forward play...

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  9. Springboks Strangle the Wallabies in Cape Town

    The Springboks stuck to their strengths in strangling the Wallabies 31-19 in Cape Town. The Springboks now move into pole position for the Tri-nations of 2009, and have created severe physical ...

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  10. Springbok Brawn Requires More Brains to Nail the Aussies

    The Springboks take on the Wallabies in Cape Town this weekend in the first of three consecutive games with the Australians. Fresh from two consecutive victories over the All Blacks, with the No...

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  11. Predictable Springboks Outmuscle The All Blacks

    The Springboks produced a predictable but clinical 31-19 demolition of the All Blacks in Durban. The Springbok forward display was once again magnificent, as the All Blacks couldn't find an answer to the rampant Springbok pack...

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  12. Rugby's Greatest Rivalry: Springboks Set To Establish Dominance?

    Rugby's greatest rivals, the Springboks and the All Blacks, go at it again in Durban. This Tri-Nations match takes on huge significance in that it may establish a new era in this great rivalry...

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  13. One team, One country. The Power of South Africa and the Springboks.

    The 1995 World Champions, The Springboks: One team, One country. The 1995 Rugby World Cup final against the All Blacks was the most important day in South African rugby history...

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  14. Springbok Pressure Seals Victory Against All Blacks in Bloemfontein

    The Springboks ran out deserved winners over the All Blacks 28-19 in Bloemfontein. This was an important victory for the the Springboks in this years Tri Nations as points at home are crucial to staying in this competition...

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  15. Rugby's Greatest Rivalry - Who is number 1?

    Rugby's greatest rivals, the Springboks and the All Blacks, are set for a titanic showdown in Bloemfontein At stake are vital IRB ratings points to see who deserves the No. 1 spot in World Rugby, as well as the small matter of Tri-Nations points...

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  16. Rugby's Greatest Rivalry Will See Peter de Villiers Struggling to Survive

    Rugby's greatest rivals, the Springboks and the All Blacks are set for a titanic showdown in Bloemfontein. The Tri-nations moves from Eden Park, to the City of Roses, Bloemfontein, as the Springboks look to finally bloom under Peter de Villiers...

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  17. Tri-Nations Preview 2009: Experience, Toughness Will Help Springboks Win

    The 2009 Tri-Nations promises to be the mostly highly contested tournament to date. For the first time in its history, the All Blacks are rated third, even though they have won the tournament nine times out of 13, including the last four years...

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  18. Test Series Review: South Africa Vs. British and Irish Lions

    A 2-1 series win for the Springboks over the British and Irish Lions avenged the disappointment of 1997. In many ways however, this series failed to live up to expectations, was blighted by off-the-ball ...

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  19. Springboks Let Themselves Down Against the British and Irish Lions

    The Springbok lost the 3rd Test at Ellis Park 28-9. Whilst they won the series 2-1, the 3rd test result was extremely disappointing, and one of the worst displays since the 49-0 loss to Australia in 2006...

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  20. Springboks V British and Irish Lions: 3rd Test Preview

    The series is now over, and we are left playing for pride at Ellis Park, Johannesburg. At stake is a series whitewash, or reclaiming some pride and respect from the Lions...

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  21. Report Card: Mr. Peter De Villiers: June 2009

    Dear Mr. and Mrs. de Villiers, Please find attached a report card card for Peter for the period June 2009. We have found Peter to be a very diligent, hard-working member o the Springboks, but ...

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  22. Test Cricket Discussions: Is Test Cricket As We Know It Gone?

    Is Test cricket as we know still going to continue? Please go to this article by Dann Khan to read what the ICC is proposing for Test cricket. Dann has some great insights into the future of Test cricket...

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  23. Springboks Rugby: Schalk Burger and Bakkies Botha Suspended

    Springboks Schalk Burger and Bakkies Botha were both suspended after the Springboks vs. the British and Irish Lions second test at Loftus Versfeld. Schalk Burger was given an eight-week suspension for eye gouging Lions winger Luke Fitzgerald...

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  24. Springboks Seal Series Victory Over British and Irish Lions

    The second test between the Springboks and the British and Irish Lions was played at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria. The Springboks emerged victorious 28-25, courtesy of new Springbok legend Morne Steyn...

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  25. Springboks Vs. British and Irish Lions: Second Test Preview

    The second test match between the Springboks and the British and Irish Lions takes place on Saturday afternoon at Loftus Versfeld, in Pretoria...

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