Articles Tagged “south africa”

  • Heyneke Meyer

    Who will be the next Springbok Coach

    Last time we had a look at who could be taking over from John Smit as captain of the Springboks. There is however another vacancy opening up at the Springboks, with coach Peter de Villiers’ contract running out at the end of the year. In this post we’ll have a look at some of the […]

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    Who will be the next Springbok captain?

    So there are at least two vacancies up for grabs at the Springboks in the wake of the disappointing World Cup. John Smit has decided to retire at Saracens and Peter de Villiers will be relieved of his contract at the end of the year. In a series of two posts we’ll have a look […]

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    What the buck!?

    This is probably the best excuse for not getting on a bike… The funniest thing is that Evan vd Spuy actually points and says “Look out for the buck”. Lekker Buck Norris.

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    Who says the Boks will play Australia in the Quarter Finals?

    Since the Australian loss to Ireland over the weekend there has been a lot to say in the SA media about the fact that the Boks will now most probably have to play Australia in the quarter final of the Rugby World Cup. Then they’ll have to go on to win New Zealand and lastly […]

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    Springbok team to face Namibia

    The springbok team to face Namibia has been announced. P Divvy made 5 changes from the team that beat Fiji. I’m glad to see that he decided to rest a few players, I’m also glad that Chilliboy and Juan de Jongh are in the squad, but I would’ve preffered them to be in the starting […]

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    A closer look at the top test nation(s?)

    England is no 1 in test cricket. Congrats. Are they worthy though? India lost their talismatic coach, and seems to be resting on their laurels after winning the World Cup. What about South Africa? In the previous post we saw the stats. Best batsmen over the last two years consistently belongs to England. We all […]