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Jean de Villiers back in action this weekend

New DHL Western Province head coach John Dobson has selected a powerful combination for Saturday’s Absa Currie Cup pre-season clash against the EP Kings in Port Elizabeth (kick-off 19h00). 534 more words

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Return Of The Bok And the end Of An Era

Return Of The Bok And the end Of An Era

RSA vs World 15

Cape Town – Saturday 11 July 2015,  Will go down in the SA rugby history books as one of mixed emotions, We saw the return of our loved Springbok Captain Jean De Villiers, and the end of the road for Bakkies Botha. 1,099 more words

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de Villiers returns to Springboks

Jean de Villiers made his international return after an 8 month absence due to a knee injury. The South African inside center played just 20 minutes in an exhibition game, clearly testing the waters to see if he was able to run full tilt, cut and tackle while not having his knee explode. 97 more words

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ASICS Rugby | Success is not an accident - EP5

Episode 5 – I want to be unstoppable – Tendai ‘Beast’ Mtawarira. Go behind the scenes as the Springbok rugby team conducts tests in secret at the ASICS Institute of Sport Science (ISS) to develop the kit for the rugby tournament of the year.

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ASICS Rugby | Success is not an accident - EP4

I want to drive my opponent backwards – Eben Etzebeth. Go behind the scenes as the Springbok rugby team conducts tests in secret at the ASICS Institute of Sport Science (ISS) to develop the kit for the rugby tournament of the year.

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ASICS Rugby | Success is not an accident

It’s game time, go dominate it!

Go behind the scenes with the Springbok Rugby Team as they conduct tests in secret at the ASICS Institute of Sport Science (ISS) to develop the kit for the rugby tournament of the year. 10 more words

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The All Blacks No 10 problem

Aaron Cruden’s injury has added to the list of questions currently swirling in New Zealand rugby. Since winning the Rugby World Cup, Cruden has played the majority of the tests at 10 compared to the injury riddled Dan Carter, the young genius – Beauden Barrett and the solid – but perennial underachiever – Colin Slade. 713 more words

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