Springboks

The new Bok captain is up against three other international events for 'Sporting Moment of the Month' after his winning Test series against England.
“I really think we can win the World Cup. If we can get it right quickly then we are definitely in with a chance – but we have to manage our talent." -- Rassie Erasmus
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'I'd like to thank all of South Africa for supporting me throughout my career. I'm very happy.'
After the match, Kolisi and some teammates honoured their opponents in the tunnel and the England changeroom, a sporting gesture in the best spirit of the game.
The Springboks looked on verge of an early collapse — until the backline steadied and drove a comeback victory that left team, coach, captain and fans overjoyed.
'A captain is a person who can lead – and that is something Siya is great at.' 🇿🇦
Junior Springbok coach Chean Roux was disappointed with his team’s 46-29 defeat against France in their final World Rugby U20 Championship pool match in Narbonne on Thursday.
Some advice for the new Springbok rugby captain... which includes the imperative to have fun.