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Springboks torn apart!
lizard118 (IP Logged)
16 September, 2017 12:17
This should go down as the biggest humiliation in world top class rugby!
Can't say anyone could've predicted that when you consider the saffers have been on good run themselves.

Re: Springboks torn apart!
davietoon (IP Logged)
16 September, 2017 14:30
And to think the Boks had the lions share of possession and territory for the first 20 mins or so. Just shows how good the British and Irish Lions were.

Re: Springboks torn apart!
AFalcon24 (IP Logged)
16 September, 2017 16:51
I watched South Africa in the series against France they did well in that, they were obviously on a good run in the Championship before the result today beating Argentina twice and getting a draw against Australia. Still I feel the selection policy is a joke so many good players what aren't even getting in the team, Rohan Janse van Rensburg a big example of that a big strong quality centre and played well in his first test cap I thought but never seen again, I wasn't surprised with what Nick Mallet said about them. smiling smiley

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Re: Springboks torn apart!
Kwa444 (IP Logged)
16 September, 2017 20:37
Perhaps the Saffers were overestimated. England A beat Argentina away 2-0. Australia have been well off the boil for a while with the domestic issues they have. I suspect that the only consistent in the Rugby Championship is NZ.

Surprised at the size of the loss though.

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