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As it happened: Wales 27-13 Springboks

2016-11-26 21:19
Last Updated at 00:38
26 Nov 21:25

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It's a pretty sad state of affairs and let's hope we see change in 2017.

The Springboks' next assignment will be a three-Test home series against France next June.

26 Nov 21:21

Annus Horribilis - a year of disaster or misfortune.

This sums up the year the Springboks had. A brilliant description.

26 Nov 21:16
As Brian Moore said, this is the worst Springbok team ever. It ends a horrible year which has seen them lose eight of 12 Tests in 2016. It's a 33.3 win percentage for Allister Coetzee. He simply has to go. No excuses...
26 Nov 21:15

FULL-TIME: Wales 27-13

Wales claim only their third win in history over the Springboks...

26 Nov 21:14
80'-  Goosen is held up in a tackle as the referee blows for full-time...
26 Nov 21:13
80'- The Boks have one final lineout inside their own half...
26 Nov 21:12
79'- A powerful Springbok scrum sees them win a penalty, however Lambie fails to find touch to bring "oh dear" from the Welsh commentators...
26 Nov 21:11
78'- Try-scorer Justin Tipuric has been named man-of-the-match.
26 Nov 21:10
77'- Sharks flank Jean-Luc du Preez is on for the Boks to make his Test debut.
26 Nov 21:09

77'- CONVERSION slotted by Halfpenny.

Wales 27-13

26 Nov 21:09
Flank Justin Tipuric breaks through a hole in midfield to score next to the posts. Shocking Springbok defence...
26 Nov 21:08
76'- TRY to Wales!
26 Nov 21:08
75'- Wales attacking inside the red zone now...
26 Nov 21:07
74' - A lost Springbok lineout near their own 22m line draws applause from the home crowd...
26 Nov 21:06

74'- METRES MADE ON ATTACK

Wales 196m

SA 185m

26 Nov 21:05
72'- Bok sub: Adriaan Strauss leaves the Test arena for the last time, replaced by Malcolm Marx.
26 Nov 21:03
71' - They hardly deserve it, bu the Boks have a pulse in this game...
26 Nov 21:03

70'- CONVERSION slotted by Lambie.

Wales 20-13 SA

26 Nov 21:02
69' - Debutant Uzair Cassiem scores after relentless pressure from the Boks.
26 Nov 21:02
69'- TRY to the Springboks!
26 Nov 21:00
67'- Bok subs: Adriaanse, Du Toit and Janse van Rensburg off, replaced by Nyakane, Mostert and Mapoe.
26 Nov 20:59
67'- No surprises as Wales halt the attempted South African driving maul and win a turnover.
26 Nov 20:58
66'- Boks with a rare attacking chance as they set up a lineout inside the red zone...
26 Nov 20:57
65'- "This is the worst South African team I have ever seen" - says commentator and former England hooker Brian Moore.
26 Nov 20:55
64' - Bok sub: Van Zyl on for De Klerk at scrumhalf.
26 Nov 20:54
63' - Some aimless kicking from De Klerk and Goosen hardly helping the South African cause here...
26 Nov 20:52
60'- "Los die fo**en ou"  -  this is a comment just uttered by some Springbok on the field. Doubt the French referee understands swearing in Afrikaans...
26 Nov 20:50

59' - Some promise from the Boks, but a knock-on out wide from Carr brings more laughs from the Welsh commentary team.

I have now moved over to the international commentary feed.

I just cannot listen to any more 'comments' from Owen Nkumane and Rob Kempson...

26 Nov 20:48
58'- Boks subs: Kitshoff and Lambie on, Mtawarira and Jantjies off.
26 Nov 20:47
57'- A drop goal attempt from Biggar just shaves the left hand upright. That would surely have been the final nail in the Springbok coffin...
26 Nov 20:45
56'- Wales probing inside the red zone...
26 Nov 20:45
55'- A scrum penalty for Wales piles more misery on the ailing Springboks...
26 Nov 20:44
54'- The Boks have a scrum inside Wales territory, De Klerk breaks, passes to Jantjies, who throws  an inside pass to Ulengo which is miles forward! Boks just too lateral on attack, with De Klerk running three metres sideways before off-loading...
26 Nov 20:40
51'- Boks back to a full complement now with De Klerk back from the sin-bin.
26 Nov 20:39
49'- After several phases of Bok attack, Gethin Jenkins wins another turnover for the Welsh. With scrumhalf De Klerk off, the Boks struggled for go-forward ball there, especially with forwards picking it up from the base the whole time...
26 Nov 20:35

46'- Halfpenny pushes his conversion attempt away to the right.

Wales 20-6 SA

26 Nov 20:34
Hooker Ken Owens barges over after a dominant driving maul from Wales.
 
  • 80'

    Wales manage to slow down the ball at the breakdown on the South Africa ten metre line. The ball does not emerge from the ruck and the referee blows his whistle to signal full time. That will be the game. Congratulations to Wales on a well deserved 27-13 victory over South Africa at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.

  • 80'

    FULL TIME: WALES 27-13 SOUTH AFRICA

  • 79'

    Wales pile in at the breakdown as they counter ruck inside their own half of the field and force the turnover before they send South Africa tracking back into their own half with the kick up field. The ball finds touch just outside the Springboks 22 metre line. South Africa will have the defensive lineout.

  • 77'

    CONVERSION, WALES, LEIGH HALFPENNY! 27-13: Leigh Halfpenny converts the try for Wales with the kick at poles from just outside the South Africa 22 metre line. Wales now lead 27-13 after that converted try from Justin Tipuric. South Africa will restart with the drop out on halfway.

  • 76'

    TRY, WALES, JUSTIN TIPURIC! 25-13: Try time! Justin Tipuric runs a sublime angle and receives the pass before he runs straight through the Springbok defence and dots down for the five pointer. Wales now lead 25-13 with the conversion to come.

  • 74'

    Wales jump up and win the lineout against the throw just outside the Springboks 22 metre line and Wales play the inside channels with some direct running at the line as they take the ball into contact and draw in the South Africa defence.

  • 73'

    Jonathan Davies receives the ball on the wing but the Springboks do well to close down the space and tackle Davies into touch. South Africa will have the defensive lineout just outside their own 22 metre line.

  • 72'

    Wales concede the penalty for playing the man in the air at the lineout inside the Springboks half of the field and South Africa set the attacking lineout from the penalty with a touch finder inside the Wales half of the field.

  • 70'

    CONVERSION, SOUTH AFRICA, PATRICK LAMBIE! 20-13: Patrick Lambie adds the extra two points for South Africa with the conversion from just outside the Wales 22 metre line and the Springboks now trail by seven points with 70 minutes played.

  • 69'

    TRY, SOUTH AFRICA, UZAIR CASSIEM! 20-11: The Springboks jump up and win the lineout on the Wales five metre line. South Africa get the driving maul going as they advance towards the line and Uzair Cassiem crashes over for the five pointer from a powerful driving maul. Game on!

  • 68'

    South Africa put in the shove at scrum time and win the ball against the feed on the Wales five metre line. The Springboks look to strike off turnover ball but South Africa lose the ball in contact and knock the ball forward. The referee call play back for a penalty to South Africa and the Springboks set the attacking lineout with a touch finder on the Wales five metre line.

  • 65'

    Nizaam Carr receives the ball on the wing as he looks to give the Springboks some much needed go forward ball inside the Wales half of the field. Carr is bundled into touch but play is called back for a penalty to South Africa and the Springboks are going for broke as they turn down the kick at poles and set the attacking lineout with a touch finder on the Wales five metre line. South Africa are looking for the pushover try.

  • 63'

    Both teams involved in an aerial battle at the moment as South Africa kick up field before Wales return the favor with a kick up field which travels just short of the South Africa 22 metre line from the boot of Dan Biggar.

  • 61'

    Patrick Lambie takes the ball into contact as he runs hard and straight at the line before Francois de Klerk sends Wales tracking back into their own half with a kick up field for the South Africa backs to chase.

  • 58'

    Adriaan Strauss carries well and manages to draw in the Wales defence with the drive on the Wales ten metre line. South Africa change the direction of play as they play the ball down the wing but the handling skills lets the Springboks down as the pass goes forward and Wales will have the defensive scrum just outside their own 22 metre line.

  • 57'

    Dan Biggar lines up the drop goal from just outside the Springboks 22 metre line but the drop kick has the distance but not the direction as the ball travels wide of the poles. The score remains at 20-6 to Wales and South Africa will restart with the 22 metre drop out.

  • 56'

    Liam Williams receives the pass on the wing and cuts in field before he is brought to ground just inside the South Africa 22 metre line.

  • 55'

    South Africa concede the penalty for collapsing the scrum on the Wales ten metre line and Dan Biggar sets the attacking lineout for Wales with a touch finder just short of the Springboks 22 metre line.

  • 54'

    Elton Jantjies finds Jamba Ulengo with a flat short pass on his inside the ball traveled forward from the pass from Jantjies and Wales will have the defensive scrum on their own ten metre line.

  • 51'

    Wales with some good width to their attack as they play the wide channels with plenty of accurate passes and handling skills as they force South Africa to do all the tackling just outside the Springboks 22 metre line. Wales concede the penalty for an infringement at the breakdown and South Africa set the attacking lineout with a touch finder on the Wales ten metre line.

  • 49'

    South Africa are blown up for an infringement at the breakdown deep inside the Wales half of the field and Wales set the attacking lineout with a touch finder on the Springboks ten metre line.

  • 46'

    Leigh Halfpenny sends the ball sailing wide of the poles with the attempted conversion from just outside the South Africa 22 metre line. The score remains at 20-6 to Wales and South Africa will restart with the drop out on halfway.

  • 45'

    TRY, WALES, KEN OWENS! 20-6: Try time! Ken Owens takes the ball into contact with a powerful carry and crashes over for the five pointer! Wales have all the momentum at the moment.

  • 44'

    South Africa concede the penalty for going offside and Wales are going for broke as they turn down the three points and set the attacking lineut with a touch finder on the South Africa 22 metre line.

  • 43'

    PENALTY, WALES, LEIGH HALFPENNY! 15-6: The flags are raised! Leigh Halfpenny sends the ball sailing through the poles with an accurate kick from the tee outside the Springboks 22 metre line. Wales now lead 15-6.

  • 42'

    YELLOW CARD, SOUTH AFRICA, FRANCOIS DE KLERK! 12-6: Dan Biggar puts in the chip kick over the Springboks defensive line and chases well and gathers possession before he looks up and throws a well timed pass to his support player on his outside. Francois de Klerk tracks back and gets a hand in the way of the players and the ball. The referee shows Francois de Klerk a yellow card. South Africa will be down to 14 players for the next ten minutes and Leigh Halfpenny will strike for poles for Wales from outside the South Africa 22.

  • 41'

    Elton Jantjies gets the second half underway with a deep kick which travels all the way into the Wales 22 metre line. Ross Moriarty gathers possession from the restart for Wales before the Springboks chase well and manage to bring the Wales number eight to ground inside the Wales 22. South Africa are blown up for not rolling away at the breakdown and Dan Biggar sets the attacking lineout for Wales with a touch finder on halfway.

  • 40'

    The Springboks jump up and win the lineout just outside their own 22 metre line and Elton Jantjies puts in a well timed chip kick over the top of the onrushing Wales defensive line. Johan Goosen chases well for South Africa but the Springbok full-back knocks the ball forward and the referee blows his whistle and signals half time. Wales head into the break with a 12-6 lead. Stay tuned for the second forty which will follow shortly.

  • 40'

    HALF TIME: WALES 12-6 SOUTH AFRICA

  • 39'

    South Africa win the ball at the scrum just outside the Wales 22 metre line and Rohan Janse van Rensburg joins the line as first receiver and takes the ball into contact but Dan Biggar makes a well timed tackle on Van Rensburg and manages to rip the ball in the tackle. Wales force the turnover before they send South Africa tracking back into their own half with a touch finder just short of the Springboks 22 metre line. South Africa will have the defensive lineut.

  • 38'

    Elton Jantjies looks to vary the Springboks attack with a cross-field kick in the direction of winger Jamba Ulengo. George North reads the cross-field kick well as he jumps up and wins the ball in the air for Wales but North knocks the ball forward and the Springboks will have the attacking scrum just outside the Wales 22 metre line.

  • 37'

    Wales are blown up for an infringement at the breakdown and South Africa set the attacking lineout from the penalty with a touch finder just short of the Wales ten metre line.

  • 35'

    Wales look to test the South Africa back three with a high kick. Johan Goosen finds himself in a good position as he jumps up and wins the ball for the Springboks on the South Africa ten metre line before he finds Elton Jantjies with a well timed pass and Jantjies makes the clearance with a kick up field. Wales manage to field the kick inside their own 22 metre line and Wales return the favor with a kick up field. Here come the Springboks as they look to run at the Wales defence through full-back Johan Goosen!

  • 33'

    PENALTY, WALES, LEIGH HALFPENNY! 12-6: Leigh Halfpenny keeps his radar as he sends the ball sailing through the poles with an accurate penalty kick from just outside the South Africa 22 metre line. Wales now lead by six points with 33 minutes played.

  • 32'

    The Springboks are blown up for being in an offside position after a wild pass from Francois de Klerk puts South Africa under all sorts of pressure just outside their own 22 metre line. Leigh Halfpenny will line a kick up at poles from just outside the 22.

  • 30'

    The referee is not happy with either teams stability at scrum time. The referee asks for a reset at the set-piece and South Africa will have another defensive scrum just outside their own 22 metre line.

  • 29'

    Scott Williams shows and goes and takes the ball into contact with a powerful carry before he is brought to ground just outside the South Africa 22 metre line. Pieter-Steph du Toit with plenty of commitment on defence as he wraps both arms around the ball and manages to hold the ball up off the ground. South Africa are awarded the turnover and the Springboks will have the defensive scrum just outside their own 22 metre line.

  • 27'

    The Springboks play quick from the defensive lineout on their own five metre line as they choose to throw to the back of the lineout before they play quick. Wales manage to make the tackles and bring South Africa to ground on their five metre line and Johan Goosen makes the clearance kick for South Africa with a touch finder on the Springboks ten metre line. Wales will have the attacking lineout.

  • 25'

    Jonathan Davies runs a sublime line as he receives the pass running into the line on a good angle. The Springboks manage to track back and bundle Davies into touch. South Africa will have the five metre defensive lineout on their own line.

  • 23'

    PENALTY, SOUTH AFRICA, ELTON JANTJIES! 9-6: It looks good and it's over! Elton Jantjies sends the ball sailing through the poles with an accurate kick off the tee from the Wales ten metre line. The Springboks now trail Wales 9-6 with 23 minutes played.

  • 22'

    Wales concede the penalty for no arms in the tackle on their own ten metre line and Elton Jantjies will strike for poles and look to add the extra three points for South Africa.

  • 21'

    PENALTY, WALES, LEIGH HALFPENNY! 9-3: The flags are raised! Leigh Halfpenny sends the ball sailing through the poles with an accurate penalty kick at poles from just outside the South Africa 22 metre line. Wales now lead 9-3 with 21 minutes played.

  • 20'

    Nizaam Carr concedes the penalty for not rolling away at the breakdown from just outside the Springboks 22 metre line and Leigh Halfpenny will strike for poles for Wales.

  • 17'

    PENALTY, WALES, LEIGH HALFPENNY! 6-3: Leigh Halfpenny has his kicking boots on tonight as he sends the ball sailing through the poles with the kick at poles from just outside the Springboks 22 metre line. Wales now lead 6-3.

  • 16'

    South Africa concede the penalty for an infringement on the South Africa 22 metre line and Leigh Halfpenny will look to give Wales the lead with the kick off the kicking tee.

  • 14'

    Dan Biggar takes the ball into contact as he runs hard and straight at the line before he gets the offload away in the tackle and finds Scott Williams running up in support. The Springboks defence is equal to the task as they manage to bring Williams to ground before Wales are forced into touch. South Africa will have the defensive lineout on their own 22.

  • 12'

    Charge down! Justin Tipuric with some good vision and awareness on defence as he reads the play from Elton Jantjies well and manages to charge down the kick which Jantjies was looking to aim for touch. Ruan Combrinck manages to track back and get to the loose ball inside the Springboks half of the field before Combrinck is forced into touch. Wales will have the attacking lineout just outside the South Africa 22 metre line.

  • 11'

    PENALTY, WALES, LEIGH HALFPENNY! 3-3: Leigh Halfpenny has both the distance and the direction as he sends the ball sailing through the poles and adds the extra three points for Wales with an accurate kick at poles from the Springboks ten metre line. The scores are all level now at three points apiece.

  • 10'

    South Africa concede the penalty for an infringement on their own ten metre line. The penalty is in the three points zone and Leigh Halfpenny will kick for poles for Wales.

  • 8'

    Alun Wyn Jones is blown up for collapsing the maul just outside the Springboks 22 metre line and South Africa are going for broke from the penalty as they set the attacking lineout with a touch finder deep inside the Wales half of the field.

  • 7'

    PENALTY, SOUTH AFRICA, ELTON JANTJIES! 0-3: It looks good and it''s over! Elton Jantjies adds the extra three points for South Africa with an accurate kick at poles from just outside the Wales 22. South Africa now lead 3-0 with seven minutes played.

  • 6'

    High fives all around for South Africa at scrum time as a powerful effort from Tendai Mtawarira forces Tomas Francis to collapse the front row. The penalty is in a good kicking position and Elton Jantjies will strike for poles for South Africa.

  • 5'

    The referee is not happy with either teams stability at scrum time. The referee asks for a reset and Wales will have another defensive scrum just outside their own 22 metre line.

  • 4'

    The Springboks are playing with plenty of attacking intent early on as they give the ball plenty of air deep inside the Wales half of the field but Wales are equal to the task on defence as they manage to track back and force the Springboks to knock the ball forward in the tackle. Wales will have the defensive scrum just outside their own 22 metre line.

  • 3'

    Rohan Janse van Rensburg and Francois Venter combine well in centre field and Van Rensburg releases Francois Venter with a well timed pass on the outside channels. Venter runs up ahead of steam with some good pace on the wing before he is brought to ground just outside the Wales 22 metre line.

  • 2'

    Alun Wyn Jones is blown up for a high tackle on the South Africa ten metre line and Elton Jantjies sets the attacking lineout for the Springboks from the penalty with a touch finder just short of the Wales 22 metre line.

  • 1'

    Here we go! Referee Romain Poite blows his whistle and Dan Biggar gets the game underway with a deep kick which travels all the way into the Springboks 22 metre line. Johan Goosen gathers the ball from the kickoff and finds Rohan Janse van Rensburg with a well timed pass on his inside. Rohan Janse van Rensburg carries well before he is brought to ground inside the South Africa 22 metre line and Johan Goosen makes the exit kick with a touch finder on the South Africa ten metre line. Wales will have the attacking lineout.

  • 0'

    Wales have made one change for this Test-match against South Africa at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff. Dan Lydiate comes into the side at blindside flank in place of Sam Warburton who picked up an injury in training on Tuesday. There are two further changes among the replacements with Taulupe Faletau returning from injury to take his place on the bench alongside Ospreys fly-half Sam Davies. Gethin Jenkins, who has led Wales in every match he has started this campaign, will skipper the side once again and lines up in the front-row alongside Ken Owens and Tomas Francis. Luke Charteris and Alun Wyn Jones are named in the second-row with Dan Lydiate lining up alongside Justin Tipuric and Ross Moriarty in the back-row. Scrum-half Gareth Davies and fly-half Dan Biggar will once again form the half-back combination with Scarlets duo Scott Williams and Jonathan Davies forming the centre combination. The same back-three that faced Argentina is retained with Leigh Halfpenny at full-back and George North and Liam Williams on the wings.

  • 0'

    Rohan Janse van Rensburg, Jamba Ulengo and Uzair Cassiem will make their Springbok debuts against Wales on Saturday. Inside centre Janse van Rensburg, who takes over from Damian de Allende in a rotational switch, and winger Ulengo, who is in for Bryan Habana, are part of a reshuffled backline announced by Springbok coach Allister Coetzee on Thursday. Both Janse van Rensburg and Ulengo played for South Africa in the international match against the Barbarians three weeks ago at Wembley Stadium in London, but will now become officially capped Springboks. Cassiem, who didn?t feature against the Baabaas, will also get his Test debut after Willem Alberts was ruled out because of a neck niggle. A new-look backline also sees the return of Faf de Klerk (scrum-half) and Elton Jantjies (fly-half) as a halfback combination, while there is a further change at full-back, with Johan Goosen named to start in the number 15 jersey. In the other change up front, Lourens Adriaanse comes in at tighthead prop in place of Vincent Koch, which means that 14 players who will be based in South Africa for Super Rugby in 2017 will start against Wales, with a further seven on the bench. Coetzee said the revamped side was picked as a result of a combination of factors. Apart from rotational changes and injuries, some of the selections were made with the building process towards 2019 in mind. The total amount of caps among the backs are 40, the lowest amount for the Springboks since 1994.

  • 0'

    Wales head into this Test-match against the Springboks on the back of a 33-30 victory over Japan at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff last weekend.

  • 0'

    South Africa head into this Test-match against Wales on the back of a first ever defeat to Italy (20-18) in Florence last weekend.

  • 0'

    Wales and South Africa have played each other on 31 occasions since their first Test-match in 1906. The Springboks have won 28 and lost two with one Test-match drawn.

  • 0'

    The last time the two teams played each other was during the 2015 Rugby World Cup and on that occasion, South Africa advanced to the semi-finals of the 2015 Rugby World Cup courtesy of a late try from scrum-half Fourie du Preez which handed the Springboks a 23-19 victory over Wales at Twickenham Stadium in London.

  • 0'

    The last time Wales played South Africa in Cardiff was in 2014 and on that occasion Wales beat the Springboks 12-6.

  • 0'

    Romain Poite is our referee. Greg Garner and Tom Foley will assist him. Our TMO is Graham Hughes.

  • 0'

    The roof of the Principality Stadium in Cardiff is closed today which means that both teams can expect a dry and fast paced surface. Conditions are perfect for both teams to go for broke with some big hits, well timed offloads and plenty of side-steps.

  • 0'

    Both teams are on the field. The crowd rise for the national anthems of South Africa and Wales.

  • 0'

    The national anthem of South Africa is performed with plenty of passion shown from the Springboks as they stand side by side and stare into the crowd and embrace the atmosphere.

  • 0'

    The Principality Stadium erupts as the national anthem of Wales is performed. Plenty of emotion shown from the Wales team as they stand side by side and embrace the atmosphere. What an atmosphere, what an occasion and what a match we have coming up here. Stay tuned as we await referee Romain Poite to get this Test-match between South Africa and Wales underway.

  • 0'

    Hello and welcome to our live commentary of this international rugby Test-match between Wales and South Africa from the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.

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Wales South Africa
  • 2 Tries 1
    • 45' Ken Owens
    • 75' Justin Tipuric
    • 69' Uzair Cassiem
  • 1 Conversions 1
    • 77' Leigh Halfpenny
    • 70' Patrick Lambie
  • 5 Penalties 2
    • 11' Leigh Halfpenny
    • 17' Leigh Halfpenny
    • 21' Leigh Halfpenny
    • 33' Leigh Halfpenny
    • 42' Leigh Halfpenny
    • 6' Elton Jantjies
    • 23' Elton Jantjies
  • 0 Drop Goals 0
  • 0 Yellow Cards 1
    • 41' Francois de Klerk
  • 0 Red Cards 0
Team Line-ups
  • Gethin Jenkins
  • Ken Owens
  • Tomas Francis
  • Luke Charteris
  • Alun Wyn Jones
  • Dan Lydiate
  • Justin Tipuric
  • Ross Moriarty
  • Gareth Davies
  • Dan Biggar
  • Liam Williams
  • Scott Williams
  • Jonathan Davies
  • George North
  • Leigh Halfpenny
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13
  • 14
  • 15
  • Tendai Mtawarira
  • Adriaan Strauss
  • Lourens Adriaanse
  • Pieter-Steph du Toit
  • Lodewyk De Jager
  • Nizaam Carr
  • Uzair Cassiem
  • Warren Whiteley
  • Francois de Klerk
  • Elton Jantjies
  • Jamba Ulengo
  • Rohan Janse van Rensburg
  • Francois Venter
  • Ruan Combrinck
  • Johan Goosen
Substitutions
Substitutions
  • Scott Baldwin
  • Nicky Smith
  • Samson Lee
  • Cory Hill
  • Taulupe Faletau
  • Lloyd Williams
  • Sam Davies
  • Jamie Roberts
  • 16
  • 17
  • 18
  • 19
  • 20
  • 21
  • 22
  • 23
  • Malcolm Marx
  • Steven Kitshoff
  • Trevor Nyakane
  • Franco Mostert
  • Jean-Luc du Preez
  • Piet van Zyl
  • Patrick Lambie
  • Lionel Mapoe

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