ON THE EDGE
Mon, 18 Mar 2013 15:41
Jake White is heading towards what will be a world first.
White, the World Cup-winning former Springbok coach, is mentor of the only unbeaten Super Rugby side - the Brumbies.
If they continue with their impressive form and win the competition at the end of the season, White will be able to lay claim to a very unique four-peat.
He will become the first coach to have won a Junior (Under-21) World Championship (2002), senior World Cup (2007), Tri-Nations trophy (2004) and a Super Rugby trophy.
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