Rugby Championship

Bok flyhalf’s surprise Oz nod

2013-10-10 12:22
Morne Steyn (Getty)
Cape Town – It is a clear testament to his resurgent confidence and creativity in 2013 that often-criticised Springbok flyhalf Morne Steyn has earned the No 10 jersey in a Castle Rugby Championship team of the tournament picked in Australia.

Steyn would have been a long way off the radar for such a team – probably even one assembled from South Africa – in last season’s maiden four-nation competition when the Boks finished a disappointing third with a flimsy two wins to show.

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