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Springboks wary of “dangerous” All Blacks

Springbok assistant coach Mzwandile Stick and Siya Kolisi, captain of the national team, said it would take nothing but a top-drawer effort to beat New Zealand as the sides wrapped up their preparations on Friday for their second Castle Lager Rugby Championship clash, which will be hosted at Emirates Airline Park on Saturday.

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Springbok Women want to build winning momentum

Their Springbok Women’s historic win against Japan confirmed the belief that their preparations are on track and showed the squad that it is possible to beat teams with a better work ranking.

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Springbok Women’s Sevens eager to learn in Chile

The Springbok Women’s Sevens team will grab the opportunity to play in the World Rugby Challenger Series tournament in Santiago, Chile - from Friday until Sunday - with both hands and use it as yet another great opportunity to develop and gain experience at international level, according to their coach Paul Delport.

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Smith excited about special first Test in Joburg

The Castle Lager Rugby Championship Test between South Africa and New Zealand in Johannesburg on Saturday will be important for several reasons, but for Springbok replacement loose forward Kwagga Smith it will have extra significance as he returns to the stadium where he first made his mark in 15-a-side rugby, in what will be his first Test at Emirates Airline Park.

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Tose, Jacobs and Mkhari to start for Springbok Women

Catha Jacobs will start at lock and Rights Mkhari at flanker when the Springbok Women take on Spain at Emirates Airline Park in Johannesburg on Saturday, while coach Stanley Raubenheimer also decided to hand Unam Tose a first start in the green and gold, at scrumhalf.