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2016/11/05 | 17:30 |  Internationals | Wembley Stadium,London |  Full Time
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As it happened: Boks 31-31 Barbarians

2016-11-05 19:20
Last Updated at 12:22
05 Nov 19:22

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05 Nov 19:21
05 Nov 19:21

This quote from Joel Stransky perhaps best sums up the Springbok performance:

"There were a lot of mistakes. It's a game we should have won and should have won handsomely."

05 Nov 19:15

MAN-OF-THE-MATCH

Giant wing Taqele Naiyaravoro fully deserves the best player award!

05 Nov 19:14
Some good individual efforts from some Springboks, but the collective whole was still pretty ugly on the eye...
05 Nov 19:13
A thrilling game ends in a draw, but unfortunately from a South African perspective most of the 'thrill' came from the men in black and white...
05 Nov 19:12

FULL-TIME: Barbarians 31-31 South Africa

05 Nov 19:12
81'- The BaaBaas come oh-so-close as Morahan knocks it on in a tackle with a try begging!
05 Nov 19:11
80'- A turnover from the BaaBaas gives them another chance...
05 Nov 19:10
79'- Reserve scrumhalf Nic Stirzaker knocks it on halfway into the South African half... the Boks will have one last chance to attack from deep...
05 Nov 19:08
78' - The BaaBaas have possession just inside the South African half...
05 Nov 19:08

78'- It's a poor kick from Lambie, way to the left...

Barbarians 31-31 South Africa

05 Nov 19:06

76'- TRY awarded to Janse van Rensburg!

Lambie now has a very important kick from the touchline...

05 Nov 19:06

76'- TMO CALL

Rohan Janse van Rensburg is over in the corner, but the TMO must check the legitimacy.

05 Nov 19:04
75'- A penalty for the Springboks allows Lambie to set up a llineout inside the red zone...
05 Nov 19:02
72'- Great breaks from Gqoboka and Carr see the Boks enter the red zone... only some scrambling Barbarians defence keeps them at bay...
05 Nov 19:01

72'- CONVERSION slotted by Lambie.

Barbarians 31-26 South Africa

05 Nov 19:00

70' - TRY to the Springboks!

Francois Venter rounds off a spectacular move which started inside Bok territory.

05 Nov 18:59
69'- Bok subs: Van Zyl on for Paige and Gqoboka on for Mtawarira.
05 Nov 18:58

68'- Easy CONVERSION slotted by Mo’unga.

Barbarians 31-19 South Africa

05 Nov 18:57
67'- Luke Morahan scores his second try, rounding off another great team try!
05 Nov 18:56
67' - TRY to the Barbarians!
05 Nov 18:55
66'- But the BaaBaas win another turnover and counter down-field...
05 Nov 18:54
65'- Boks now with a lineout near the Barbarians 22m line...
05 Nov 18:53
64'- It seems the only way the Boks are able to relieve pressure is through their scrum...
05 Nov 18:53
63' - More relief for the Boks as they win another scrum penalty. It allows Lambie to set up a lineout close to halfway...
05 Nov 18:51
62'- They opt for a cross-kick on Ulengo, who can't take it, but a subsequent Barbarians knock-on brings some relief for the Boks.
05 Nov 18:49
62' - BaaBaas attacking inside the red zone...
05 Nov 18:49

61'- Etzebeth pinged for jumping early at a lineout.

A Barbarians win is now looking all the more possible here...

05 Nov 18:48
60'- Boks attacking inside the red zone, but give away possession... sigh...
05 Nov 18:45

57'- Richie Mo’unga CONVERTS from the corner.

Barbarians 24-19 South Africa

05 Nov 18:44
Barbarians rugby at its very best! It started from inside their own 22m area with Ellis, who off-loaded to Naiyaravoro who powered up-field. The ball was then kicked through, but a poor clearance from Jamba Ulengo saw the BaaBaas counter again via the big wing, before it was off-loaded with Luke Morahan rounding off in the corner!
05 Nov 18:42
54' - TRY!
05 Nov 18:40
51'- Etzebeth, Du Preez and Mbonambi are on for the Boks, while the BaaBaas have also made several substitutions.
05 Nov 18:40
51'- The Boks, who have now made a whole host of replacements, win a scrum penalty under their own posts to bring relief...
05 Nov 18:39

51'- NO TRY!

The TMO claims the ball was knocked forward by a Barbarians player as he tackled Du Toit.

05 Nov 18:38

51'- TRY OR NO TRY?

Robert du Preez opts for an audacious up-and-under. The Boks catch it under their posts, but Du Toit then knocks it on in-goal, before a Barbarians player claims the try after falling on it.

The TMO must decide...

05 Nov 18:35
50'- BaaBaas probing inside the red zone now...
05 Nov 18:34
49'- Centre Seta Tamanivalu intercepts and sprints up to the Springbok 22m area before being hauled in... but the Boks can breathe as the BaaBaas are bundled out...
05 Nov 18:33
47'- A strong rolling maul sees the Boks enter the red zone...
05 Nov 18:32
47'- A powerful Springbok scrum sees them win a penalty. It allows Lambie to set up a lineout just outside the Barbarians 22m area...
05 Nov 18:30

44'- CONVERSION slotted by Lambie.

Barbarians 17-19 South Africa

05 Nov 18:29
Sergeal Petersen redeems himself by scoring a brilliant individual try - running through several defenders from halfway to score under the posts!
05 Nov 18:29
43'- TRY to the Springboks!
 
  • 81'

    The Barbarians put in the grubber kick inside the South Africa 22 metre line and look to chase the loose ball and dot down for the try but the Springbok defence manages to track back and dot the ball down on their own line and that will be the game. Both teams have been full value for the crowd that attended this clash between South Africa and the Barbarians. The game ends in a 31-31 draw. Congratulations to both teams on their efforts throughout the 80 minutes.

  • 81'

    FULL TIME: BARBARIANS 31-31 SOUTH AFRICA

  • 81'

    The Springboks continue their end of year tour of Europe with a clash against England at Twickenham Stadium in London next weekend.

  • 80'

    Late drama at Wembley Stadium in London as neither teams is prepared to settle for a share of the spoils. The Springboks take play into the Barbarians half of the field with plenty of width to their attack but the Barbarians make the turnver with some good defence at the breakdown. The Barbarians break up field before they are wrapped up by South Africa inside the Springboks 22 metre line.

  • 77'

    Patrick Lambie sends the ball sailing wide of the poles from the conversion attempt which was taken from just outside the 22 metre line against the touchline. The score remains all level at 31 points apiece and the Barbarians will restart with the drop out on halfway.

  • 76'

    TRY, SOUTH AFRICA, ROHAN JANSE VAN RENSBURG! 31-31: Accurate and precise handling skills from the Springboks sends Rohan Janse van Rensburg in for the vital try which draws the scores level. Nizaam Carr was quick to make the pass to a flying Van Rensburg on the wing and the powerful centre manages to finish the move in sublime fashion as he dots down for the five pointer on the wing.

  • 75'

    The Springboks form the rolling maul from the lineout just outside the Barbarians 22 metre line and Rohan Janse van Rensburg crashes the ball up for South Africa as he joins the attack as first receiver before he is brought to ground just outside the Barbarians 22 metre line.

  • 72'

    CONVERSION, SOUTH AFRICA, PATRICK LAMBIE! 31-26: Patrick Lambie adds the extra two points for South Africa with an accurate kick at poles from the conversion from the Barbarians 22 metre line on the angle.

  • 71'

    TRY, SOUTH AFRICA, FRANCOIS VENTER! 31-24: Francois Venter and Jamba Ulengo leave the Barbarians defence at sixes and sevens as they exchange offloads on the wing. Jamba Ulengo pins his ears back and races down the wing before he sends Francois Venter through for the try with a sublime pass.

  • 68'

    CONVERSION, BARBARIANS, RICHARD MO'UNGA! 31-19: Richard Mo'unga converts the try for the Barbarians with an accurate kick at poles from the South Africa 22 metre line. The Barbarians now lead 31-19 and the Springboks will restart with the drop out on halfway.

  • 67'

    TRY, BARBARIANS, LUKE MORAHAN! 29-19: The Barbarians go through the phases with some powerful carries inside the Springboks 22 metre line. Michael Fatialofa draws in the South Africa defence with a powerful drive before the Barbarians vary their attack and play the ball to the wide channels. Luke Morahan runs in with plenty of pace on the wing and receives an accurate pass which sends him through for his second try of the game.

  • 64'

    The Barbarians win the lineout against the throw just past the South Africa ten metre line but the Barbarians are blown up for not rolling away at the breakdown and Patrick Lambie sets the attacking lineout for the Springboks with a touch finder just inside the Barbarians half.

  • 63'

    The Barbarians concede the penalty for an infringement at scrum time on the Springboks five metre line and Patrick Lambie sets the lineout for South Africa with a touch finder just short of the Springboks ten metre line.

  • 62'

    The Barbarians look to vary their attack as they test the Springboks defence with an up and under inside the South Africa 22 metre line. Richard Buckman knocks the ball forward as he attempts to win the ball in the air and South Africa will have the defensive scrum on their own five metre line.

  • 59'

    Bongi Mbonambi finds Eben Etzebeth with an accurate throw at the lineout on halfway. South Africa play the inside channels from the lineout and Patrick Lambie puts in a chip kick for Rohan Janse van Rensburg to chase. Rohan Janse van Rensburg wins the ball in the air and the Springboks now have front foot ball to attack with just inside the Barbarians half of the field.

  • 56'

    CONVERSION, BARBARIANS, RICHARD MO'UNGA! 24-19: Richard Mo'unga converts the try for the Barbarians with an accurate conversion from just outside the 22 metre line on the angle. The Barbarians now lead 24-19 with 56 minutes played.

  • 55'

    TRY, BARBARIANS, LUKE MORAHAN! 22-19: Barbarians rugby at it's absolute best as the ball goes through the hands of almost the entire team before Andy Ellis puts the chip kick over the top of the South Africa defensive line. Jamba Ulengo gathers the loose ball and makes the exit for the Springboks with a kick up field but the Barbarians respond with a counter attack from deep and Luke Morahan is sent through for the try with a well timed pass on the wing.

  • 52'

    Rudy Paige distributes well from the base of the ruck as he finds Rohan Janse van Rensburg with a well timed pass. Rohan Janse van Rensburg gives the Springboks go forward ball with a powerful carry before he is brought to ground on halfway. The Barbarians concede the penalty for not rolling away at the breakdown and South Africa set the attacking lineout with a touch finder from Patrick Lambie just outside the Barbarians 22 metre line.

  • 51'

    The Springboks are blown up for a high tackle inside their own 22 metre line. The penalty is in a good kicking position but the Barbarians go for broke as they go for the up and under from the penalty from Robert du Preez. The Barbarians chase well and look to win the ball in the air but the Barbarians knock the ball forward and South Africa will have the defensive scrum on their own five metre line.

  • 51'

    The Barbarians are blown up for an infringement at scrum time of the South Africa five metre line and Patrick Lambie sets the lineout for the Springboks with a kick which finds touch on the South Africa ten metre line.

  • 48'

    Robert du Preez is forced into touch by some committed defence from South Africa and the Springboks will have the defensive lineout just outside their own 22 metre line.

  • 47'

    Seta Tamanivalu breaks up field for the Barbarians after collecting a loose ball on centre field. Seta Tamanivalu finds Richard Buckman with a well timed pass on his outside just outside the South Africa 22 metre line.

  • 44'

    CONVERSION, SOUTH AFRICA, PATRICK LAMBIE! 17-19: Patrick Lambie has his kicking boots on today as he puts boot to ball and adds the extra two points for South Africa with an accurate kick at poles from the conversion on the Barbarians 22 metre line. The Springboks now lead 19-17 after that converted try from Sergeal Petersen.

  • 43'

    TRY, SOUTH AFRICA, SERGEAL PETERSEN! 17-17: Rohan Janse van Rensburg makes the break for the Springboks with a typically powerful carry as he runs over his tackler in centre field and Sergeal Petersen receives the ball in space and shows and goes before he shows a clean pair of heels and races away to dot down for the five pointer.

  • 42'

    Melani Nanai receives the pass and spots the gap on the wing as he finds the gap and gets the offload away to Taqele Naiyaravoro. Taqele Naiyaravoro runs out of space down the wing and the Springboks manage to force the big winger into touch. South Africa will have the defensive lineout on their own ten metre line.

  • 41'

    Patrick Lambie gets the second half underway with a deep kick which travels all the way into the Barbarians 22 metre line. Andy Ellis gather possession for the Barbarians from the restart before Jordan Taufua carries the ball well into contact and Robert du Preez makes the clearance kick for the Barbarians with a touch finder on the Barbarians ten metre line. The Springboks will have the attacking lineout.

  • 40'

    Rober du Preez does not have his radar on as he sends the ball sailing wide of the poles with the attempted conversion from just outside the South Africa 22 metre line against the touchline. That will be half time. The Barbarians head into the break with a 17-12 lead. Stay tuned for the second forty which will follow shortly.

  • 40'

    HALF TIME: BARBARIANS 17-12 SOUTH AFRICA

  • 39'

    TRY, BARBARIANS, TAQELE NAIYARAVORO! 17-12: Seta Tamanivalu and Melani Nanai exchange offloads on the wing and leave the Springboks defence at sixes and sevens and Taqele Naiyaravoro is on hand to receive the try scoring pass and crash over for the five pointer. The Barbarians will take plenty of confidence into the break having scored their third try of the game just before the break.

  • 37'

    The Barbarians look to attack the line off first phase possession from the scrum inside the South Africa 22 metre line as they play the ball wide but the Barbarians concede the penalty for not releasing the ball at the breakdown and Patrick Lambie sets the attacking lineout for the Springboks with a touch finder on halfway.

  • 36'

    The referee is not happy with both teams stability at scrum time. The referee asks for a reset and the Barbarians will have another attacking scrum inside the South Africa 22 metre line.

  • 34'

    Taqele Naiyaravoro goes on a powerful run down the wing as he looks to fend off the Springbok defence but South Africa do well to bundle the Barbarians into touch and the Springboks will have the defensive lineout just outside their own 22 metre line.

  • 32'

    Pieter-Steph du Toit reads the Barbarians lineout to perfection as he jumps up and wins the ball at the lineout against the throw, for South Africa just inside the Springboks half of the field.

  • 31'

    Robert du Preez tests the Springboks defensive line with a chip kick over the top of the South Africa back three but Jesse Kriel does well to gather the loose ball and make the clearance kick with a touch finder just inside the Springboks half of the field. The Barbarians will have the attacking lineout.

  • 28'

    High fives all around for South Africa at scrum time as they win the ball against the feed with a powerful scrum on their own ten metre line. Patrick Lambie shows and goes and looks to take the ball to the line. Lambie decides to throw the pass on his outside but the ball does not go to hand and the Barbarians are able to gather the loose ball deep inside their own half.

  • 27'

    The referee is not happy with the way both teams are binding at scrum time and the referee asks for a reset. The Barbarians will have another attacking scrum on the Springboks ten metre line.

  • 24'

    CONVERSION, SOUTH AFRICA, PATRICK LAMBIE! 12-12: Patrick Lambie adds the extra two points for South Africa with the conversion from just outside the 22 metre line and the scores are all tied up again at 12 points apiece.

  • 23'

    TRY, SOUTH AFRICA, ROELOF SMIT! 12-10: Rudolph Snyman jumps up and wins the lineout for the Springboks on the Barbarians five metre line. South Africa get momentum going forward through the driving maul, the maul breaks up and Roelof Smit steps inside the tackle and crashes over for the five pointer!

  • 21'

    The Barbarians are blown up for an infringement inside their own 22 metre line and South Africa are going for broke from the penalty as they turn down the three points and set the attacking lineout with a kick which finds touch on the Barbarians five metre line.

  • 20'

    CONVERSION, BARBARIANS, ROBERT DU PREEZ! 12-5: Robert du Preez converts the try for the Barbarians with an accurate kick at poles from just outside the South Africa 22 metre line. The Barbarians now lead 12-5 after that converted try from Andy Ellis.

  • 19'

    TRY, BARBARIANS, ANDY ELLIS! 10-5: The Barbarians counter attack off turnover ball as they win the turnover with some good defence at the breakdown inside their own 22 metre line before they give the ball plenty of air and run from inside their own 22 metre line and Andy Ellis is sent through for the five pointer with a well timed pass.

  • 17'

    Jamba Ulengo and Sergeal Petersen with some sublime handling skills as Ulengo sends Petersen racing away down the wing with a well timed offload. The Barbarians do well to track back and bring the Springboks to ground inside the Barbarians 22 metre line.

  • 16'

    Patrick Lambie finds Jamba Ulengo charging towards the line on a good running line. Ulengo is brought to ground with a well timed tackle from the Barbarians just outside the Barbarians 22 metre line.

  • 13'

    Patrick Lambie sends the ball sailing wide of the poles with the conversion attempt from just outside the 22 metre line on the angle. The score remains all tied up at five points apiece.

  • 12'

    TRY, SOUTH AFRICA, PIETER-STEPH DU TOIT! 5-5: Pieter-Steph du Toit wins the ball at the lineout for South Africa with an accurate jump inside the Barbarians 22 metre line. The Barbarians do not contest at the lineout and Du Toit runs straight through the middle of the Barbarians defence and dots down for the five pointer. The scores are all level now at five points apiece.

  • 11'

    The Springboks get front foot ball with a powerful scrum on halfway and Francois Venter joins the line as first receiver and tests the Barbarians defence with a hard straight run at the line. The Barbarians defence is equal to the task as they manage to stop Venter in his tracks with a well timed tackle. The Barbarians concede the penalty for an infringement at the breakdown and South Africa are going for broke as they turn down the kick at poles and set the attacking lineout with a touch finder inside the Barbarians 22 metre line.

  • 8'

    The Springboks attack off first phase possession from the scrum inside their own half as they play with plenty of width to their attack. Jamba Ulengo shows some good pace as he receives the ball in space on the wing and steps inside the tackle before he is brought to ground outside the Barbarians 22 metre line. The Barbarians manage to hold the ball up off the ground and the referee awards the Barbarians the defensive scrum just outside their own 22 metre line.

  • 5'

    Robert du Preez has the distance but he does not have the direction as he sends the ball sailing wide of the poles with the conversion attempt from outside the 22 metre line on the angle. The score remains at 5-0 to the Barbarians and South Africa will restart with the drop out on halfway.

  • 4'

    TRY, BARBARIANS, MELANI NANAI! 5-0: Try time! Robert du Preez takes the ball into cntact with plenty of physicality in the tackle before the Barbarians recycle the ball with pace and accuracy and Melani Nanai receives a well timed flat pass and crashes over for a well deserved pushover try. The Barbarians lead 5-0 with the conversion to come.

  • 3'

    Melani Nanai receives a well timed offload on the wing and races through the gap before he is wrapped up inside the South Africa half of the field. The Barbarians switch the direction of play with some accurate handling skills and Sergeal Petersen makes a try saving cover tackle which forces the Barbarians into touch.

  • 1'

    Here we go! Referee Mike Fraser blows his whistle and Robert du Preez gets the game underway with a deep kick which travels all the way into the Springboks 22 metre line. Francois Venter gathers possession for South Africa from the restart and throws a wayward pass which puts the Springboks under all sorts of pressure inside their own 22 metre line. South Africa manage to gather the loose ball and Patrick Lambie makes the exit with a kick up field. Here come the Barbarians as they look to counter attack from halfway.

  • 1'

    The Barbarians look for quick hands inside the South Africa half of the field but they knock the ball forward and the Springboks will have the defensive scrum on their own ten metre line.

  • 0'

    Both teams are on the field. The crowd rise for the national anthem of South Africa.

  • 0'

    Hello and welcome to our live commentary of this international rugby match between the Barbarians and South Africa from Wembley Stadium in London.

  • 0'

    The Barbarians will field four South African-born players in their starting team for this clash against the Springboks. Stormers'' fly-half Robert du Preez, Lions hooker Armand van der Merwe, Hurricanes prop Reggie Goodes and Lions lock Martin Muller all start against their fellow countrymen with young Lions flanker Ruan Ackermann on the bench. There are seven capped players in the Barbarians match day squad with New Zealand?s 2011 World Cup winner Andy Ellis captaining the side.

  • 0'

    Because this fixture falls outside World Rugby''''s Test window, Allister Coetzee has been forced to pick a new-look side containing nine uncapped players. The newcomers in the starting line-up are Rudolph Snyman (lock), Roelof Smit (flank), Jamba Ulengo (wing), Rohan Janse van Rensburg (inside centre), Francois Venter (outside centre) and Sergeal Petersen (wing). There is a return to the starting team for Lourens Adriaanse in the number three jersey in place of Vincent Koch who is not available for this match, while Julian Redelinghuys is injured. Snyman will partner Pieter-Steph du Toit in the second-row. The final change among the forwards will see Nizaam Carr taking over the number eight jersey from Warren Whiteley who is also not available for this match. The Boks will start with a revamped half-back pairing in Rudy Paige (scrum-half) and new skipper Patrick Lambie (fly-half).

  • 0'

    The Barbarians are taking on South Africa for the eighth time since 1952 and lead the series 4-3 after victories in 1961, 1994, 2007 and 2010.

  • 0'

    South Africa's last victory over the Barbarians came in a high scoring 41-31 victory in 2000. The Springboks two other victories over the Barbarians came in 1970 and 1952.

  • 0'

    The last time the Barbarians and South Africa played each other was in 2010 and on that occasion the Barbarians won 26-20.

  • 0'

    Mike Fraser is our referee. Paul Williams and Shuhei Kubo will assist him. Our TMO is Graham Hughes.

  • 0'

    Grey skies welcome the teams onto the field. Conditions are perfect for both sides to give the ball plenty of air and go for broke with plenty of width to their attack.

  • 0'

    The national anthem of South Africa is performed. Plenty of emotion shown from the Springbok players as they stand side by side and embrace the atmosphere as they stare into the crowd.

  • 0'

    The national anthem of England is performed with plenty of passion shown from the Barbarians players. Stay tuned as we await referee Mike Fraser to get the game underway.

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Barbarians South Africa
  • 5 Tries 5
    • 4' Melani Nanai
    • 19' Andy Ellis
    • 40' Taqele Naiyaravoro
    • 55' Luke Morahan
    • 68' Luke Morahan
    • 12' Pieter Steph du Toit
    • 24' Roelof Smit
    • 44' Sergeal Petersen
    • 72' Francois Venter
    • 77' Janse Van Rensburg
  • 3 Conversions 3
    • 20' Robert du Preez
    • 56' Richard Mounga
    • 69' Richard Mounga
    • 25' Patrick Lambie
    • 45' Patrick Lambie
    • 72' Patrick Lambie
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 0 Drop Goals 0
  • 0 Yellow Cards 0
  • 0 Red Cards 0
Team Line-ups
  • Reggie Goodes
  • Akker van der Merwe
  • Paddy Ryan
  • Martin Muller
  • Michael Fatialofa
  • Brad Shields
  • Jordan Taufua
  • Luke Whitelock
  • Andy Ellis
  • Robert du Preez
  • Taqele Naiyaravoro
  • Richard Buckamn
  • Seta Tamanivalu
  • Matt Faddes
  • Melani Nanai
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  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13
  • 14
  • 15
  • Tendai Mtawarira
  • Malcolm Marx
  • Lourens Adriaanse
  • RG Syman
  • Pieter Steph du Toit
  • Roelof Smit
  • Teboho Mohoje
  • Nizaam Carr
  • Rudy Paige
  • Patrick Lambie
  • Jamba Ulengo
  • Janse Van Rensburg
  • Francois Venter
  • Sergeal Petersen
  • Jesse Kriel
Substitutions
Substitutions
  • Andrew Ready
  • Schalk Van der Merwe
  • Toby Smith
  • Sam Carter
  • Ruan Ackerman
  • Nic Stirzaker
  • Richard Mounga
  • Luke Morahan
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  • 19
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  • 21
  • 22
  • 23
  • Bongi Mbonambi
  • Lizo Gqoboka
  • Trevor Nyakane
  • Eben Etzebeth
  • Jean Luc du Preez
  • Piet van Zyl
  • Tian Schoeman
  • Ruan Combrinck

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