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Anscombe: 'Why I left NZ'

Chiefs back Gareth Anscombe said he switched allegiance from New Zealand to Wales after realising he had little hope of making the All Blacks.

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Jones remains in Welsh rugby limbo

Ryan Jones has labelled the ongoing limbo Adam Jones finds himself in as 'tragic', highlighting the 'human' cost of the sport's political warfare.

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Gatland not pushing Anscombe

Since deciding to move to Wales to join up with the Cardiff Blues, Gareth Anscombe's international future has been hotly debated.

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Neck injury: Fears for Williams' career

Wales centre Owen Williams suffered a potential career-ending injury at the weekend.

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Five-week ban for Welsh headbutter

Wales prop Samson Lee was slapped with a five-week ban for his ugly headbutt on South African lock Flip van der Merwe.

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An ugly win reveals Boks' character

Heyneke Meyer has been given renewed confidence in his charges' character as they look ahead to the Championship and World Cup.

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Gatland: Penalty try was correct

The controversial penalty try two minutes from time which condemned Wales to a heartbreaking 31-30 defeat has not been argued by Warren Gatland.

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Nelspruit battle Meyer's high-point

Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer said that the 31-30 victory over Wales in Nelspruit on Saturday was his team's best since he started coaching them.

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Welsh prop cited for headbutt

Welsh prop Samson Lee has been citedfor an alleged headbutt on Springbok lock Flip van der Merwe in Nelspruit on Saturday.
 

Player ratings: Card games

Wales have only themselves to blame for not getting their first-ever win over the Springboks on South African soil.

Player ratings: Johnny-come-lately

South Africa used their get-out-of-jail-free cards for the year, all in one game.

Boks come back from the dead

A late penalty try saw the Springboks claim a dramatic 31-30 victory over Wales in a match dominated by the whistle of referee Steve Walsh in Nelspruit.

Matfield: Boks seek 'perfect' game

South Africa are aiming for a perfect performance against Wales in their second Test in Nelspruit on Saturday.

Preview: South Africa v Wales

Paul Dobson brings us his unique view on the second Test between South Africa and Wales in the Lowveld town of Nelspruit.

'Improved' Wales eye Bok scalp

Wales coach Warren Gatland is confident his team will put in an improved performance in the second Test against South Africa on Saturday.

Wales turn to Samson for Bok Test

Wales have made two changes to their side to face South African in the second match of the two-Test series in Nelspruit on Saturday.

Steyn power drives Boks

Morne Steyn may not be everybody's cup of tea, but the seasoned flyhalf is again proving he is so much more than just a metronomic boot.

Boks go back into 'Beast mode'

There are two changes to the Springbok team to face Wales in Nelspruit, with prop Tendai 'Beast' Mtawarira and lock Flip van der Merwe in the starting XV.