Cape Town - The Irish are eager to make amends for their
late capitulation against the Springboks in Johannesburg last weekend.
Ireland surrendered a 26-10 lead in the last quarter to lose
the second Test 32-26 at Ellis Park.
It enabled the Springboks to level the three-Test series 1-1
heading into this weekend’s final encounter in Port Elizabeth.
Scrumhalf Conor Murray says the players are frustrated and
annoyed after letting slip a golden opportunity to win the series.
He is however confident that they can rebound and win the
final Test at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium.
"We can right the wrongs this weekend," Murray told
the Irish Independent.
"We definitely believe we can do it. We've just got to
stay tight, stay together. It's our last game of the season, and it's a massive
one and we've just got to give it everything.”
Ireland won the first Test 26-20 at Newlands in Cape Town.