Auckland - South Africa may be defending champions but they are receiving less media attention than normal, something captain John Smit says works well for him.
GALLERY: Springbok signing session"We're delighted to have a few cameras shying away from us," said Smit, who led the Springboks to Rugby World Cup glory in 2007.
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It is natural, Smit said, that all eyes be pinned on the All Blacks.
"It's par for the course for a team that has played some of the best rugby and is hosting the tournament."The Springboks have named their most experienced team ever for the
opening game against Wales on
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