The Springboks are putting in the hard work on the training field in Japan [WATCH VIDEO]

Rassie said yesterday that the Springboks are now really feeling the World Cup atmosphere in Japan and on the training field the Boks have been putting in the hard work.   Arriving for training     Putting in the hard work       Popular now: – Springbok Stories – The story of inspirational Springbok Captain, Siya Kolisi   Please leave your questions and comments below:    

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Springbok Stories – The story of inspirational Springbok Captain, Siya Kolisi

Growing up in Zwide, Port Elizabeth, Siya Kolisi endured nights where he would go to sleep on an empty stomach. But that didn’t stop the Springbok captain from chasing his dreams and inspiring millions of South Africans.       POPULAR NOW – Former Springbok Coach Peter de Villiers refuses to support the Boks because of Etzebeth racism and assault allegations   Please leave your questions and comments below:  

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Springbok Legend, Os Du Randt to be inducted into World Rugby Hall of Fame

Legendary former Springbok prop Os du Randt is set to be inducted in the World Rugby Hall of Fame.   Rugby’s governing body on Friday announced that Du Randt will be one of six legends inducted at the World Rugby Awards in Tokyo on November 3 – the day after the World Cup final. It was reported by Sport 24 that Du Randt, alongside New Zealand duo Richie McCaw and Graham Henry, as well as Shiggy Konno (Japan), Peter Fatialofa (Samoa) and Diego Ormaechea (Uruguay) will receive Hall of Fame…

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Former Springbok Coach Peter de Villiers refuses to support the Boks because of Etzebeth racism and assault allegations

In an exclusive interview with Planet Rugby, De Villiers, who coached the two-time world champions from 2008 to 2011, revealed that he finds it difficult to support his former side after allegations of racism were made against Springbok lock Eben Etzebeth shortly before the team’s departure for the global showpiece in Japan.   De Villiers feels the 79-Test second-rower should’ve been suspended by SA Rugby pending an investigation by the organisation into the allegations against him. De Villiers said:   An internal investigation into the matter would have been the…

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Springbok Rugby Captain and Legend, Jean De Villiers – The Intercept King

Jean De Villiers will go down in history as one of the greatest centres the world has ever seen. He made his international debut two years before making his Super Rugby debut for the Stormers. He scored, and more importantly, created some great tries for the Springboks in his long and distinguished career which spanned from 2002 – 2015.   Images source: Wikipedia     South African MTBS Interschools Cheerleading Video Reaches over 5.8Million Views     Please leave your questions and comments below:    

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Springbok ABS vs All Blacks – South African cuts down on Biltong and Bulks up for the Big Game

The Springboks went shirtless at a recent gym session and the photograph below has gone viral on social media.       If the Rugby World Cup title came down to a bodybuilding contest, the Springboks would be gold medal contenders.  According to rumours from the Springbok camp, Rassie Erasmus are whipping the team into their best shape ever by cutting down on biltong and increasing time lifting weights.   The Springboks and All Black are getting ready for a major RWC2019 showdown on September 21.   South African MTBS…

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The Unstoppable Os du Randt – Springbok Rugby Legend

Watch Below: Os du Randt – Unstoppable…     As per Wikipedia, Jacobus Petrus “Os” du Randt (born 8 September 1972) is a former South African rugby union loosehead prop who retired as the most-capped forward in the history of the Springboks (a record since surpassed by John Smit, Victor Matfield and Tendai Mtawarira).    For most of his career, he played in the domestic Currie Cup for the Free State Cheetahs, though he spent one season with the Blue Bulls.  In Super Rugby, he represented the Free State Cheetahs…

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Shock and disbelief as Chester Williams, South African 1995 Rugby World Cup Hero Dies at 49

South Africa reacted with shock and disbelief following the death of former Springbok wing Chester Williams.   The 49-year-old passed away from a heart attack in Cape Town on Friday.   Chester was one of the heroes of the 1995 RWC winning team and scored 4 tries against Samoa in his World Cup debut.   Tributes from all around South Africa poured in for Chester.     Rest in Peace – Chester Williams       Please leave your questions and comments below:    

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Pierre Spies – The Ultimate Modern Rugby Player

Pierre Spies divided opinion. The general feeling is that at his best, he was bloody brilliant, but he never consistently lived up to expectations. With all that said, he is what modern rugby players needs to be: big, strong and fast.   Love him or hate him, the fact is he played some brilliant rugby, scored some amazing tries and made a big impact on the rugby field.       Spies is now retired but what can our current players learn from him?   Please leave your questions and…

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Ireland can now become World No1 in the Rugby rankings

Wales knocked the All Blacks off the top spot in the World Rugby Rankings for the first time in nearly a decade this week – but their reign at the top could be short-lived.   With Warren Gatland’s men not in action this weekend – Ireland can become the number one team in the world if they manage to defeat England at Twickenham by any margin.   A win for Eddie Jones’ England however, would see the top three sides retain their current positions, while the English would reclaim fourth…

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