The Springboks kick of their 2014 Castle Rugby Championship campaign with a fixture against the Pumas at Loftus Versveld Pretoria by Clayton Saville
SANZAR today announced the full draw for The Rugby Championship’s second year, kicking off with a popular clash between the Wallabies and 2012 season’s winners, the All Blacks, at ANZ Stadium in Sydney on Saturday 17 August.
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Springbok prop Coenie Oosthuizen has been cleared to play after an examination by a neurosurgeon in Durban on Tuesday.
It is highly unlikely, but can Argentina cause one of the biggest upsets in rugby history by beating the All Blacks in their debut season of the Rugby Championship?
The Boks are desperate for a win at home and will have their best chance against an Aussie team in disarray through injuries and divisions in the ranks.
Johan Goosen will start his first Test for the Springboks when he runs out at flyhalf against Australia in The Castle Rugby Championship at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria on Saturday.
Both teams are under huge pressure with the losers basically out of the running for a title shot.
The Boks travel to Mendoza to tackle the Argies on their home turf in their debut season of the Rugby Championship.
It’s Bledisloe II and it is not going to be any easier for the Wallabies as they take on the All Blacks at the venue they won the Rugby World Cup in 2011.
The Springbok team preparing for the second Castle Rugby Championship Test against Argentina in Mendoza on Saturday received a huge boost when Bryan Habana was declared fit to start on Wednesday.
The Springbok squad that will be travelling to Argentina was named in Cape Town on Saturday evening, with Craig Burden coming in for the injured Bismarck du Plessis at hooker.
The Springboks kick off their campaign against old friends, the Pumas, in Newlands Cape Town.
The Disciplinary Rules trial in place during the Super Rugby tournament will extend to The Rugby Championship, with the new system being fully reviewed at the end of the Southern Hemisphere season.
Springbok No 8 Pierre Spies was on Tuesday ruled out of The Castle Rugby Championship because of an injury to his left ring finger.