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The Goode XV to beat the Boks

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The Goode XV to beat the Boks

OPINION: Former England flyhalf and now media pundit Andrew James Goode names a team he feels will be good enough to beat the Springboks at Newlands.

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Rassie: Newlands is special

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Rassie: Newlands is special

JUNE SPOTLIGHT: Saturday's Test at Newlands between the Springboks and England could be a historic one if reports that surfaced over the weekend are true.

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The key to Ireland's prospects of a series win

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The key to Ireland's prospects of a series win

ANALYSIS: Ben Smith unpacks Ireland's second Test win overt Australia and why they are fancied to claim the series.

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Refs need a 'genuine feel for context'

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Refs need a 'genuine feel for context'

KIWI OPINION: We bring you the view of a New Zealander, as the fallout over the Benjamin Fall against Beauden Barrett incident reverberates around the world.

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Heyneke beat them all with that! :-)

I am totally for it to see Esterhuizen at 12 for the Springboks to see how he performs. He has improved a lot this year. The only problem that I have with him is that he seems to lose perception of where he is on the field at times, perhaps a type of a spatial awareness that is not always spot on.

Pollard had a good game, and it seems that his game management has improved a lot.

That kick was a beauty!

It looked worse than terrible at the end of last season. The worst it's ever looked!
But the talk I'm talking about was just before this Pom tour started. Baring all the above results and history in mind, people still thought the Poms would take this series 3-0.

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Bok and Transvaal legend. You will be missed. R.I.P.

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Agree. They’ve got time to sort these things out and have to

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Certainly impressive mate. Is Rassie the new Eddie in terms of the change in mindset?
Whilst the first test was fantastic to watch this game was more impressive in terms of a close out.
When guys like duh duh can shine (ball security aside) something is right. And what the heck is going on with his pace? Even May struggled to chase him down

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Heyneke beat them all with that! :-)

I am totally for it to see Esterhuizen at 12 for the Springboks to see how he performs. He has improved a lot this year. The only problem that I have with him is that he seems to lose perception of where he is on the field at times, perhaps a type of a spatial awareness that is not always spot on.

Pollard had a good game, and it seems that his game management has improved a lot.

That kick was a beauty!

It looked worse than terrible at the end of last season. The worst it's ever looked!
But the talk I'm talking about was just before this Pom tour started. Baring all the above results and history in mind, people still thought the Poms would take this series 3-0.

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Bok and Transvaal legend. You will be missed. R.I.P.

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Agree. They’ve got time to sort these things out and have to

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Certainly impressive mate. Is Rassie the new Eddie in terms of the change in mindset?
Whilst the first test was fantastic to watch this game was more impressive in terms of a close out.
When guys like duh duh can shine (ball security aside) something is right. And what the heck is going on with his pace? Even May struggled to chase him down

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We can only afford dumb-as-mud coaches?

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