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  1. Defending ITM Cup champions Taranaki scored four unanswered second half tries to beat Bay of Plenty 32-9 at in Rotorua on Saturday.

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  2. Samoa have been forced to make a change to their World Cup squad as Census Johnston replaces injured prop Logovi’i Mulipola.

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  3. Scotland head coach Vern Cotter has been dealt a major blow ahead of the Rugby World Cup after hooker Stuart McInally was ruled out due to injury

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  4. Fiji captain Akapusi Qera wants to cause an opening day shock at the World Cup when he leads his side against England on Friday.

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  5. That Nabuli is HUGE… somethign like 197cm 106kgs with all the typical Islander pace, power and skills… if only RSA had the same feeder surrounding countries…

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  6. Fiji have been using loudspeakers in training to prepare themselves for Friday night’s Rugby World Cup opener at Twickenham.

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  7. New dictionary by Ruggaworld, only one word yet: embarrassment …verb 1. they way one feel after Springboks lose to Japan..

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  8. In the last year we have lost to NZ, Aus, Ireland, Wales, Argentina, & Japan. And there are still folks who think we can win the world cup?

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  9. We not talking about playing ability! The moere number of ballies stick to gether ask White. If they decide to not play you will be in krap. He risks losing the team. Split squad.

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  10. Not sure bud… it may help if JDV is dropped and retained as an offield consultant in the team the way Basil Kenyon was in the 1952 Bok tour of UK

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  11. That too Boertjie but I understand that Hennie Muller was in any case such a prodigiously talented player that Kenyon himself said Muller should play ahead of him.

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  12. New Zealand have been forced into a late change to their side to face Namibia after blindside flanker Liam Messam was ruled out through injury

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  13. Donner says Bryce from Aus is still alive. Think he’s avoiding RW because he wasn’t a believer in Lood de Jagr – but its cool we all miscalculate at times

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  14. Quick ball off the lineout, they bang it up with the forwards a few times and inside centre Deysel runs a great line, bashes through/over 3 defenders and scores the t r y _ o f _ t h e _ c e n t u r yyyyyyyyyy!

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  15. Nam defending for their lives on tryline, keeping NZ at bay but many disgressions and Jaco Engels gets a yellow for diving over ruck and hands on scrumhalf.

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  16. Nam absorbs the pressure in scrum, ball goes wide to a 3 on 2 overlap but they manage to bring Fekitoa down ball-n-all. Eventually though Ben Smith goes over in corner, kick no good 46-14.

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  17. Nam holding their own in lineouts and scrums, more so the former. No 5 lock Uanivi, the source of their LO possession, was my 2nd team lock partner for United rugby club back home.

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  18. Kotze kicks Nam possession away twice, dumbest thing ever. NZ counters (saw about 3 obstructions there but ref lets it slide) and Taylor goes over in the corner. Conversion good, final score 58-14.

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  19. The boys did us proud, for me it was a great game to watch. Of course 58-14 is not flattering by any means, but they scored a legit try, scrums & lineouts much better than ever expected and they sure irritated and bugged the sh!t out of the AB’s! (Rest of teams take note!!)

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  20. Yep, well done Namboer and your side. Every AB interviewed (Capt Cane, NMS) has given them credit for a hard game. Here’s hoping they can win one of their next games – they will if they kick on from tonight.

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  21. Spoke to an All Black supporter today. Both of very happy that the gap is closing. His words ” Now it is truly becoming a global sport”

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  22. Jean de villiers,Damian de Allende & Jesse Kriel are injury worries for the Boks. This could be disastrous.Who would you call if you had to?

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  23. Rugby World Cup Limited announced record-breaking engagement at the halfway point as total match attendance approaches the one million mark

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  24. What is the game of rugby all about?You just witness it with the Lions beating WP,that pure pleasure of how the game is suppose to be played

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  25. Auckland thrashed Northland 64-21 at Eden Park on Saturday in the biggest scoreline in the ITM Cup this year.

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  26. China will object to Dalai Lama… IRB’s dicks will whither and they will make Maozedong Hall of Famer because he once saw a rugby ball in a shop and said… “hmmm that suits the red revolution.” thus proving he contributed to rugby.

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  27. The England coaching staff have been accused of breaching match-day communications protocol, following their 13-33 defeat against Australia at Twickenham on Saturday

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  28. Georgia have made 14 changes for their final World Cup clash against Namibia as they look to seal a place at the 2019 tournament.

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  29. Samoan duo Faifili Levave and Alesana Tuilagi have been cited following Saturday’s loss to Japan that ended their quarter-final hopes

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  30. Johnny Redelinghuys will be the first Namibian player to earn 50 caps after being named to start against Georgia on Wednesday.

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  31. The Wallabies will be without vice-captain Michael Hooper for its final pool game against Wales, after the flanker pleaded guilty to a Foul Play charge on Tuesday.

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  32. If Twaite was a real referee Hooper should have been off on a red… because THAT was a real red card offence… not a Bismarck tackle on god Carter

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  33. my contacts report Sharks could have secured the signature of Leopards Coach Robert du Preez to become part of the Sharks coaching set up.

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  34. FYI another upset in rugby! Austria beat Denmark in Denmark 25-31 (BP for Austria) incl 3 of my players from innsbruck

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  35. Johnny Sexton is hopeful that he’ll shake off an adductor injury in time to face Argentina next Sunday as Ireland count the cost of their win over France.

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  36. Sean O’Brien will miss the clash against Argentina after receiving a one week ban at the World Cup for punching Pape.

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  37. thx – look pretty obvious on that footage – min of 1 week ban if compared to SOB or min 5 week ban comapred to Tuilagi.

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  38. Reports in France that Phillipe Saint Andre has been ousted and the players are coaching themselves this week. Play All Blacks Saturday!

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  39. BREAKING: French ref Jerome Garces will ref Boks v All Blacks. Asst refs are Romaine Poite and John Lacey. TMO is George Ayoub.

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  40. STFU pie in your face: The six member committee – headed by former Scotland flanker John Jeffrey – stressed though that as no foul play had been involved, Joubert could not have referred the incident to the third match official and a television replay.

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  41. O en terloops 30 sekondes voor dit was daar “foul play” wat nie refer is nie. So kom asseblief Brakpan toe dan wys ons jou hoe ons met raasbekkies maak hier…

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  42. “Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer says Schalk Burger is an amazing human being who he still can’t work out. ”
    Neither can I fathom him charging brick walls all the time.

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  43. Bunny-
    Which RW correspondent will be providing play by play & color commentary for tomorrow’s rugby union crescendo?

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  44. Fuck yes im looking forward to it. We have been on the bad end of some of the greatest rugby games played over the last 3 years between the two teams… Today will be no different, and multiply the intensity exponentially in that thw game is a world cup semi final.

    Head says the all blacks will still win it, but im loojing forward to being on the edge of my seat for 80+ minutes being entertained… As lovers of rugby we will all win today.

    Go bokke!

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  45. Agreed Grootbull. Duiwel whats the matter with you?
    You can surf like 364 other days a year & don’t give me that watching it on replay all zen having cruised waves & such.
    You’ll vibe the reactions of everyone around so you’ll know the outcome already. You’re gonna do what you want but I hate to see ya shoot yourself in the foot

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  46. Line hardly ever saw ball as for WLR ..we were relieved that he caught a ball never mind actually doing anything with it .total passenger

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  47. Keep this in mind: “7 Schalk Burger
    Another game where he thought he was a No.10 and his numerous mistakes at the breakdowns allowed the All Blacks to keep their noses ahead.
    4/10. Rugby365

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  48. So between the disaster against Japan and today the Boks never stopped playing the exact same game with the Blond Twat at first receiver.

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  49. Must admit the disappointment of #SSRugby commentators when Lions won CC was a joy to hear… Large F**k You Brosnian, Shimange and Bladen!

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  50. Then afterwards… WP was “coming back”… yes so much so that they were never within 7 points after 14 mins of play… Shimange you vaginal discharge…

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  51. BC
    Dig your new avatar. Surely Fab Five Freddy will heal quicker knowing he is all in RW blog thoughts due to your photo homage of him

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  52. England international centre Sam Burgess has left club side Bath with immediate effect and is set for a return to rugby league in Sydney, according to reports

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  53. Heavens I hate this fool in the video. One vid and his “mikay” after each sentence and I’d like to smack him into an RNC and not let him tap out.

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  54. I am deeply happy European rugby is back. Loved Sarries/Saints last night. My dream to watch a club game in snow in the UK.

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  55. Bennie anyone who’s seen Dan Nichol’s show knows its a joke but let’s put it up here and see Cheetahs Gloryhole and Cabbage go apoplectic…

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  56. if Pieter de villagers lost against Japan it would have been a sin.when Hm the Oscar-coach loses against Japan it’s a glitch

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  57. Duiwel, get over yourself. What ever Meyer did as a coach, doesn’t make him a does as you like to call him. Only one I see here is the one calling him one all the time.

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  58. And you seem to forget most of the people calling for Meyer to stay as coach, also defended Pdivvy when calls were made for his head.

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  59. Has anyone gone back and looked at that Japan game without emotion? Is it probable that Japan, on that day would have beaten anyone other then NZL.

    The tries they scored were really good I thought…they had good structure and defended well.

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  60. Because I’m tired of every single coach we have being blamed for all our problems every 4 years, being called a doos and then fired ……

    Everyone has an opinion, what I am craving is a technical rugby analysis of our games and I want definitive answers why we lost.

    Does anyone maybe know a youtuber or blogger that does professional level video analysis of games. I know of one guy that does excellent videos, he’s british and his name escapes me as I write this….

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  61. @Sasori: he worked with a side in the \tier 1 before. Yes I hear you, we do have that but Japan exploited us and we lacking creativity, motivation and desire bombed. He stays or goes, hey no pressure on me but next year will be a huge challenge.

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  62. Both Graham Henry and Wayne Smith have indicated that they would not be interested in filling the vacant role of England coach.

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  63. Saracens number eight Ernst Joubert has confirmed that he will retire from rugby at the end of the month to “crack on with other things”.

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  64. Harlequins got their Challenge Cup campaign off to a perfect start as they beat Montpellier 41-18 at the Stoop on Thursday

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  65. Bunny – the BDay feature along with the Carrot ratings are among my most fave features – I would add the BC Interview series – but I think that may be discontinued for some reason(s)

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  66. Stade Français have announced that their Champions Cup pool fixture against Munster at Stade Jean-Bouin on Sunday has been called off

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  67. Wales lock Luke Charteris has confirmed he will leave Racing 92 when his contract expires at the end of the season so that he can boost his chances to play for his country.

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  68. Northampton Saints utility forward Calum Clark is expected to be sidelined for a lengthy period after he had shoulder surgery.

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  69. I actually don’t rate Moans… glad WP dumped him. Should have head a DOR and let Dobson take three years to become a decent coach.

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  70. Edinburgh make it 2 wins from 2 in the Challenge Cup with a 27-6 triumph in Agen. Tries from du Preez and Hardie, pen try & 12 pt from Tonks

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  71. FULL-TIME: Ospreys 16-23 London Scottish! A deserved win for the Scots who make it two wins from two in the British and Irish Cup!

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  72. Wasps claimed their second successive win in the Champions Cup as they beat Toulon 32-6 with a bonus-point at the Ricoh Arena on Sunday

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  73. Will he? Meyer may have been poor in parts but AC is a huge NO, No surely? Stormers is the example I will throw in!

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  74. Cardiff Blues hooker Matthew Rees has been suspended for seven weeks for stamping on an opponent during a Challenge Cup clash

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  75. Scarlets and Wales tighthead prop Rhodri Jones is set to return to action this weekend after a lengthy injury lay-off

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  76. Well if its done then its done….nothing left to do but support the new coach and hope for the best…can we at least break the bank and get a world class assistant coach e.g. anyone from NZL

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  77. Sasori – I would have preferred a foreign coach. Coetzee was asst. with the Boks, lots of S15 experience and is the right colour. Brave if he takes the job.

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  78. Defending Top 14 champions Stade Français have announced the signing of South African hooker Craig Burden on a short-term deal.

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  79. Ernst Joubert played for Bolandkavaliers 7 games, Golden LionsRugbyUnion 39 games, Cats / Lions 38 and Saracens 160..what a player

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  80. Well everybody saying they’re ou, I’m not with you. I have watched this movie too many times and know how it ends, but call me stupid, let’s give AC a chance. Every bokcoach needs our support. If AC is to take over, you’ve got my backing A.

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  81. Wow… Lomu funeral was a natioanl affair… beautifully done NZ…
    I wonder if the plonkers at SARU will be able to organise something this special for Joost.

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  82. Hell, is this Lomu affair finally done and dusted?
    I’m not speaking ill of the dead when I say that he was a very limited player skills wise, apart from having the best Samoan sidestep ever. The world discus record holder John van Reenen may have been capable of the same had he played the game (6ft 8 in, 240 pounds).

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  83. That makes me glad, Meyer leaving on his own terms, even though he probably didn’t have a choice. Hopefully that means the door in PTA opened.

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  84. Yes, sadly the systems wants that. We will mourn about AC soon again. Same media which was asking he leave the Stormers endorse him for Bokke??? SmH

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  85. To be fair… the Stormers have been the best S15 side in quite soem time… AC is the head coach of that team… he’s hardly a BEE appointment…

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  86. Ja-nee -baie happy dat Banzai
    sy gat gesien het.nou kan hy rustig sy volkslied in die badkamer spieël oefen.
    En sy fokken verskonings ook

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  87. No need to get new phrases…have anough to gve you all for the next four years before we want the new idiot to take over….quickly went to SA to drive my family up to Zambia for the holidays.

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  88. Wembley will host South Africa and the Barbarians when the Boks aim to halt a 16-year drought against the invitational side on November 5, 2016.

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  89. Leeus CB hoogtepunte op SS… verbasend hoe almal teen hulle gekant was… Engelse kommentators veral Matthew Pearce… wat ‘n doos

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  90. All Blacks technical coach Mick Byrne is set to leave the New Zealand international rugby environment, it was confirmed by NZRU on Sunday.

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  91. Stade Français stunned Toulouse with a try by Paul Williams three minutes from time to lift their season with an 18-17 victory

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  92. But Jones has told the players who miss out on his first squad that it is their own fault – as they “haven’t done well enough”

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  93. Rumours: General Council are keen on appointing Rassie Erasmus, with assistance de Villiers, Koen, Grey and Neinaber all part of mobi unit

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  94. Bryce..It’s just you. Right now they’re all aquarius, couple weeks pisces. It’s not hard. Who though SunKing was anything but a Leo.

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  95. I heard somewhere Bok coach will only be selected end-March? With the first tests in June SARU is already cutting off his legs just below the kneecaps before he even starts.

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  96. What’s up with the coach thing?
    They should be like the Vatican & send puffs of smoke to let the fans know what’s up when they are pickng a pope.

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  97. Fuck me the refs in the Ikeys / Shimlas game look like they learned from the “Corrupt school of refs who blow NZ games”

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  98. That is what you get for sending your Boks to play in Japan after they played a full year in SA and for the Boks….idiots

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  99. Jees, Lambie out, as is Pollard. We’re in deep trouble it seems. Lambie should be back earlier than Pollard so hopefully stays injury free

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  100. Its jantjies year to f up… Hopefully he will have a good year and not another “stormers year” overwhelmed by expectations.

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  101. Hurricanes scrum-half TJ Perenara wants to take his winning experience with the All Blacks and use that to his benefit in Super Rugby.

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  102. Amazing end to the game. Burger Odendaal jinks inside and beats his man, stopped short 1metre out, and Jamba Ulengo scores!! Try time.

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  103. I see the Lions cricket team were literally forced to take someone out of the crowd to field to make up their four black quotas last night. Fucking crazy cuntry.

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  104. What a freaking circus… and this is first class cricket??? Surely if someone was injured it would not really matter who takes the field… sigh that’s rhetorical…

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  105. Thirty-one clubs have filed a motion of no-confidence in EPRFU president Cheeky Watson ahead of the union’s annual meeting on Thursday

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  106. Breaking News: Some terrible new just in Wallabies utility back James O’Connor has suffered a heart attack on the Toulon team bus. He is at hospital

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  107. Great News:

    James O’Connor ‏@JamesOConnor832 · 1h1 hour ago

    No heart attack..
    Hypoglycemia & game/training fatigue
    All tests were very positive👌
    Wish I could play 2moro but RCT resting me for 2 weeks!

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  108. Like the Lions, America will only start reaping the rewards from Mitchells’ structures three years after he leaves, they must be patient.

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  109. I am very loath to say that. Present structures are more about Kevin De Klerk, Rudolph Straeuli and even Frans Ludeke than Mitchell.

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  110. Lions and UKZN after Mitch have taken a strong step forward. Despite all his flaws, man should have left something surely.

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  111. Is the JD Schickerling currently playing for the Stormers the same guy who broke his neck in 2014 against the Blue Bulls?

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  112. Fekitoa looks like a hungry possessed player this year. I am excited. Will hope he starts and I will focus on Rohan. How he plays.

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  113. Bennie you have an uncanny ability to pick season top players beforehand… so Rohan should get a steep lesson… but who knows how he reacts.

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  114. Will take time but I rate the youngster. Was so disappointed when the Bulls had them all. Rohan, Sadie, Venter, Odendaal, Kriels, Serfontein, William Small Smith. All in one place. Shoot.

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  115. Unconfirmed reports are that Vorster might be out for the rest of the season. Will probably get feedback after he has seen the specialist.

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  116. Former All Black High Performance Head, Andrew Hore has been appointed as Waratahs and New South Wales Rugby Union CEO

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  117. Strange appointment… he doesn’t exactly look like he has CEO qualifications nor education. Comparing him to Greg Harris and they totally from different leagues… baffling to say the least…

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  118. What you on about… the Waratah board are switched on it’s one of the oldest and most professional in the world… I’m sure they know what they’re doing. It’s just that Hore is a bit of a boorish bush-pig farmer type from country NZ.

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  119. So when Kiwis on their rugby show identify Ruan Combrinck as the primary threat in the Lions your Bok coach must take note…

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  120. Combrink had a ripper 2015 at wing for 90% of the season. With that in mind where would the Bok coach have fitted him into his 36 man squad keeping in mind this is South Africa. At the risk of repeating myself… had their been a Bok ‘A’ side at the very least last season… half the Lions would have had another chance to put their hands up at a different level… but alas!

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  121. Never going to happen without a Bok ‘A’ game or ‘Emerging Boks’ game as a testing board… a-la-New Zealand and the likes of Milner Skudder et al…

    And that situation ain’t going to change anytime soon. Heck they do not even have a coach and SARU top brass at logger-heads…

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  122. Let be honest he is a white dude playing wing, wings as with props were always the easy picks for the BEE picks in Springbok sides..

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  123. I said this. Gerhard van der Heever left South Africa because they do not pick white wings. Reality of the situation.

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  124. A stark obsession on race. I am quoting the former Bulls & WP winger who said this. If there are positions designated to color. It gets uglier.

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  125. JPP and Habs were rightly so the first choices for the RWC… and until there are more opportunities for fringe players to prove themselves at another level other than Super Rugby i.e. Bok ‘A’ side or ‘Emerging Boks’ side punters can debate all they want whether their favourites are better than those the more informed Bok coach chooses (or is permitted to choose)…

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  126. How can you say that? Some dodgy calls in scrum from Pollock, two tries turned the game for Highlanders. Lions not at there best today but suddenly you want to judge them on one performace ?

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  127. Yesterday I spoke to a referee who was part of the Asia gate match fixing scandal. Rugby needs to look at this surely? Immelman was dreadful.

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  128. Also for TheRobbyFleck fans – Mitchell USA team lost to Uruguay now. 99.999% americans have zero clue it’s even a country & probably would guess its a sandwich condiment.

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  129. I would rather like to go to Argentina to watch the rugby than Japan… I keep hearing of the Argentine chicks…

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