Posts Tagged ‘ Tri-Nations ’

3N will now be known as ‘The Rugby Championship’

November 7, 2011
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3N will now be known as ‘The Rugby Championship’

AUSTRALIA will defend their southern hemisphere title next year in an expanded competition called The Rugby Championship – and will meet new boys Argentina on the Gold Coast.
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Posted in SANZAR, Tri-Nations | 52 Comments »

Here’s our 3N Rat Race winner!

August 31, 2011
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Here’s our 3N Rat Race winner!

We have our winner for the Tri-Nations Rat Race competition!
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Posted in RAT RACE | 9 Comments »

Cooper cited, but not guilty

August 28, 2011
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Cooper cited, but not guilty

A SANZAR Judicial Hearing held in Brisbane today has dismissed a charge of foul play against Australian flyhalf Quade Cooper.
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O’Connor suspended

August 22, 2011
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O’Connor suspended

The Australian Rugby Union has today suspended James O’Connor until Sunday 28 August after the Wallabies winger failed to appear at two official team functions on Thursday 18 August.
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Posted in Disciplinary, Rugby Administration, Rugby Personalities | 3 Comments »

No Carter, McCaw in AB squad

August 12, 2011
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No Carter, McCaw in AB squad

All Blacks Coach Graham Henry and his Assistant Coaches Steve Hansen and Wayne Smith have named their 25–man squad which will be travelling to South Africa for the Investec Tri Nations Test against South Africa in Port Elizabeth on 20 August.
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Posted in Tri-Nations | 4 Comments »

Rat Race log, Round 2

August 5, 2011
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Rat Race log, Round 2

In a short competition like this with some obvious results on the cards, there is a lot of congestion on the log but we have one guy that has pulled well clear.
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Posted in RAT RACE | 3 Comments »

Between a rock, and some other rock

July 27, 2011
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Between a rock, and some other rock

It’s hard to identify with what plan the Springboks embarked on their away leg of the Tri-Nations tournament.
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Posted in Columnists, World Cup 2011 | 25 Comments »

Tri-Nations Rat Race now OPEN!

July 20, 2011
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Tri-Nations Rat Race now OPEN!

RuggaWorld’s Tri-Nations 2011 Rat Race competition is now open!
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Posted in RAT RACE, Tri-Nations | 33 Comments »

Aussies calls on stars

July 19, 2011
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Aussies calls on stars

Inspirational halfbacks Quade Cooper and Will Genia have been restored to Australia’s line-up for Saturday’s Tri-Nations opener against South Africa as the Wallabies look to put their shock defeat to Samoa behind them.
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Posted in Tri-Nations | 3 Comments »

Muller, Brussow included in tour squad

July 15, 2011
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Muller, Brussow included in tour squad

World Cup winner Johann Muller and star flanker Heinrich Brüssow were included in the Springbok squad on the away leg of the Castle Tri-Nations Series on Friday.
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DéJà-Vu for Muller

July 13, 2011
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DéJà-Vu for Muller

The man who captained South Africa’s “B-team” alongside Bob Skinstad in 2007 has declared himself fit for the challenge of facing the Wallabies again under similar circumstances in Sydney.
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Posted in Springboks, Tri-Nations | 5 Comments »

Muller, Oosthuizen decision delayed

July 12, 2011
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Muller, Oosthuizen decision delayed

Lock Johann Muller and prop Coenie Oosthuizen sat out the morning training once more on Tuesday, but should be cleared to leave with the Springbok team on the away leg of the Castle Tri-Nations on Friday, said Springbok coach Peter de Villiers following training.
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Aussie 3N squad named

July 10, 2011
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Aussie 3N squad named

The inclusion of three newcomers, and seven uncapped players overall, highlights the Qantas Wallabies squad of 40 that has been released today for this year’s Castrol Edge Rugby Test against Samoa, and for the 2011 Castrol Edge Tri Nations series.
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All Blacks name 3N squad

July 10, 2011
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All Blacks name 3N squad

All Blacks Coach Graham Henry and his Assistant Coaches Steve Hansen and Wayne Smith have today announced the squad for the 2011 Investec Tri Nations and the All Blacks Test against Fiji For Canterbury, with the selection of new All Black Jarrad Hoeata and the return of several All Blacks the key features of...
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Posted in Tri-Nations | 33 Comments »

Bok squad for 3N away leg

July 8, 2011
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Bok squad for 3N away leg

Captain John Smit will lead a squad of 27 players drawn from the Springboks’ preliminary Rugby World Cup squad on the away leg of the Castle Tri-Nations Series, it was announced on Friday.
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Massive injury list for Boks

July 6, 2011
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Massive injury list for Boks

A total of 21 players have been ruled out of the away leg of the Tri-Nations due to injury.
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Posted in Springboks, Tri-Nations | 20 Comments »

Castle announced as new 3N sponsor

May 11, 2011
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Castle announced as new 3N sponsor

The South African Rugby Union (SARU) on Wednesday unveiled Castle Lager as the new title sponsor of the Tri-Nations series, as well as of home Springbok Tests and overseas tours.
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Posted in SA Unions / Teams, Springboks, Tri-Nations | 28 Comments »

Franchises gives Bok coach access to players

January 26, 2011
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In what can only be described as a sensible decision, the 5 franchise coaches have agreed to give Springbok coaching management and staff access to their elite players during the Super 15.
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Posted in Rugby Administration | 6 Comments »

The 2011 Rugby fixture list

January 13, 2011
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Here are all the rugby fixtures for 2011 which involves SA Rugby teams.
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SA Rugby must move North

January 11, 2011
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One of RuggaWorld’s favourite journalists, Peter Bills, believes SA Rugby will in future need to look North if it wants to sustain its rugby structures and future.
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Posted in Expert Opinion | 7 Comments »

The new art of kicking

October 28, 2010
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Former Wallabies coach and assistant to the successful 2007 World Cup winning Springboks, Eddie Jones, gives some fascinating views on the new art of kicking.
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Posted in Expert Opinion | 12 Comments »

Currie Cup sold for 30 pieces of silver

September 13, 2010
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If Currie Cup is your thing, then I have some bad news for you.  You are about to witness the long, and painful death of the world’s oldest and most fierce domestic rugby competition.
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Posted in Columnists, Currie Cup, Super 15, Tri-Nations, World Cup 2011 | 26 Comments »

Big Vic one of the greatest of all time

August 25, 2010
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Springbok captain John Smit has made a passionate plea to fans and the people of Pretoria to jam-pack Loftus Versfeld for Saturday’s Tri-Nations encounter between the Boks and Australia to honour rugby great Victor Matfield.
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Posted in Springboks | 21 Comments »

Refereeing debacle heading for the courts?

August 6, 2010
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The refereeing debacle in the Tri-Nations has taken a new twist with a possible court case on the horizon and players and referees now openly questioning the application of the laws by certain referees.
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Posted in Disciplinary, Rugby Administration | 7 Comments »

IRB replaces SA ref with NZ ref

August 4, 2010
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The International Rugby Board has confirmed a change to the match official panel for Saturday’s Tri-Nations match between New Zealand and Australia.
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Posted in Disciplinary | 6 Comments »

Cooper appeal dismissed

July 28, 2010
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A SANZAR Appeals Committee has dismissed an appeal by Australian first five-eighth Quade Cooper against his two-week suspension imposed after the Australia v South Africa Tri Nations Test match in Brisbane on Saturday 24 July 2010.
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Boks must stick to plans

July 28, 2010
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Allister Coetzee has called on Springbok supporters to back their team during this difficult time and he is confident the Boks can “fix the potholes” in the home leg of the Tri-Nations. (RW Note: This is how you do it Jake…)
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Posted in Springboks | 50 Comments »

Wallabies 30, Springboks 13

July 24, 2010
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After a tough, disappointing and possibly demoralising two matches in New Zealand, South Africa move north to menacing Brisbane where even in the best of times they have not won for 39 years.
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Posted in Springboks | 141 Comments »

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