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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 4:48 am 
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Oom Toffee watch them in August when PRG plays Grey College.

His try at 31:31 vs Paarl Gim
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2sO0dgrQ1g

He is in the SA u18 7s team.


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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Oom Toffee watch them in August when PRG plays Grey College.

His try at 31:31 vs Paarl Gim
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2sO0dgrQ1g

He is in the SA u18 7s team.


Ai .. . spoed !!! Seuns speel mooi ...


We lost many very very promising players in the old days of Army conscription, as well. Top players who were lost to rugby (and other sports) due to Army service, injury, loss of interest, other pressures brought on by the system. Many many top players preferred not to play Army rugby (which was extra dirty and demanding).

Did not seem to hurt our rugby much.


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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Tiaan van der Merwe (South Africa)

South Africa hooker Tiaan van der Merwe appeared before an independent Disciplinary Committee (Jean-Noël Couraud (France), chair, former Scotland player Beth Dickens and former Wales player Jamie Corsi) in Perpignan on 16 June, 2018 having been cited by Citing Commissioner John Montgomery (Scotland) for verbal abuse in breach of Law 9.12 in the 50th minute of their World Rugby U20 Championship semi-final against England on 12 June, 2018 in Narbonne.

Van der Merwe accepted that he had verbally abused an opponent in breach of Law 9.12. The Committee received evidence from the player, the match referee Daniel Jones (Wales) and England players as well as listening to the referee microphone audio and hearing submissions from the player’s counsel Adrian Montzinger. The Committee found that the player had verbally abused an opponent (without any racial element) and determined that this was mid-range offending which carries a 12-week entry point. There were no aggravating factors and mitigating factors including the player’s early acceptance of his conduct which permitted the maximum discount of 50 per cent, resulting in a six-week sanction.

The player is suspended for the third place match at the World Rugby U20 Championship on 17 June, 2018 and his next five effective weeks of rugby on his return to South Africa. Based on his match schedule he is free to play again on 20 August.

The player has 48 hours in which to appeal.

https://www.worldrugby.org/u20/news/338390


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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sunnybanana wrote:
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I had stated before that there are no standouts from this batch to floow.

I may have to eat my words....


From the bits I've seen and read Simelane had a good tournament, Tyrone Green was a livewire and he was all over the place on defence trying to cover but not always making his tackles.

Zac Burger was disappointing and Rewan Kruger seemed more solid at 9 in the last game.


He was awful in the 15 minutes he played before getting injured.

I only watched the highlights. Must have been Jack Hart then who I saw


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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Tiaan van der Merwe (South Africa)

South Africa hooker Tiaan van der Merwe appeared before an independent Disciplinary Committee (Jean-Noël Couraud (France), chair, former Scotland player Beth Dickens and former Wales player Jamie Corsi) in Perpignan on 16 June, 2018 having been cited by Citing Commissioner John Montgomery (Scotland) for verbal abuse in breach of Law 9.12 in the 50th minute of their World Rugby U20 Championship semi-final against England on 12 June, 2018 in Narbonne.

Van der Merwe accepted that he had verbally abused an opponent in breach of Law 9.12. The Committee received evidence from the player, the match referee Daniel Jones (Wales) and England players as well as listening to the referee microphone audio and hearing submissions from the player’s counsel Adrian Montzinger. The Committee found that the player had verbally abused an opponent (without any racial element) and determined that this was mid-range offending which carries a 12-week entry point. There were no aggravating factors and mitigating factors including the player’s early acceptance of his conduct which permitted the maximum discount of 50 per cent, resulting in a six-week sanction.

The player is suspended for the third place match at the World Rugby U20 Championship on 17 June, 2018 and his next five effective weeks of rugby on his return to South Africa. Based on his match schedule he is free to play again on 20 August.

The player has 48 hours in which to appeal.

https://www.worldrugby.org/u20/news/338390


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World Rugby's findings have confirmed that Van der Merwe used sexually explicit language directed at Kpoku as the Englishman was on his knees preparing to get ready for a scrum.

"It was a serious and gross verbal abuse of a highly-offensive sexual nature in relation to a player’s mother accompanied by a highly offensive sexual gesture," the World Rugby report read.

According to the report, Van der Merwe admitted that he had said: "That is what your mother will look like while sucking my c***", accompanied by a highly-offensive facial gesture imitating a sucking motion directed at the England player.

https://www.sport24.co.za/Rugby/junior-bok-banned-after-sexually-crude-comment-20180621


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
PostPosted: Thu Jun 21, 2018 8:40 am 
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Tiaan van der Merwe (South Africa)

South Africa hooker Tiaan van der Merwe appeared before an independent Disciplinary Committee (Jean-Noël Couraud (France), chair, former Scotland player Beth Dickens and former Wales player Jamie Corsi) in Perpignan on 16 June, 2018 having been cited by Citing Commissioner John Montgomery (Scotland) for verbal abuse in breach of Law 9.12 in the 50th minute of their World Rugby U20 Championship semi-final against England on 12 June, 2018 in Narbonne.

Van der Merwe accepted that he had verbally abused an opponent in breach of Law 9.12. The Committee received evidence from the player, the match referee Daniel Jones (Wales) and England players as well as listening to the referee microphone audio and hearing submissions from the player’s counsel Adrian Montzinger. The Committee found that the player had verbally abused an opponent (without any racial element) and determined that this was mid-range offending which carries a 12-week entry point. There were no aggravating factors and mitigating factors including the player’s early acceptance of his conduct which permitted the maximum discount of 50 per cent, resulting in a six-week sanction.

The player is suspended for the third place match at the World Rugby U20 Championship on 17 June, 2018 and his next five effective weeks of rugby on his return to South Africa. Based on his match schedule he is free to play again on 20 August.

The player has 48 hours in which to appeal.

https://www.worldrugby.org/u20/news/338390


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World Rugby's findings have confirmed that Van der Merwe used sexually explicit language directed at Kpoku as the Englishman was on his knees preparing to get ready for a scrum.

"It was a serious and gross verbal abuse of a highly-offensive sexual nature in relation to a player’s mother accompanied by a highly offensive sexual gesture," the World Rugby report read.

According to the report, Van der Merwe admitted that he had said: "That is what your mother will look like while sucking my c***", accompanied by a highly-offensive facial gesture imitating a sucking motion directed at the England player.

https://www.sport24.co.za/Rugby/junior-bok-banned-after-sexually-crude-comment-20180621



What a cock..........


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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What a cock..........


At least it wasn't racist or homophobic :roll:

But he will miss miss Lions’ remaining Provincial Rugby Challenge games and one of their U21 Championship games in August.


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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What a cock..........


At least it wasn't racist or homophobic :roll:

But he will miss miss Lions’ remaining Provincial Rugby Challenge games and one of their U21 Championship games in August.



No.......but what a cock.

The youngsters of today have absolutely no respect......



I can just imagine how the English lad was completely traumatised by the whole thing. And respect for the English lad not giving hi m a poes klap.


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
PostPosted: Thu Jun 21, 2018 11:32 am 
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Cant blame him, he is from Helpmekaar.


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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Prepping tournament for u20s starting today between SA, Argentina, Georgia& Namibia

Games will be live streaming by SSL on You Tube.

U20 International Series fixtures (kick-off times TBC):

Tuesday, 9 April (Paarl Gymnasium):

Argentina vs Namibia XV

Georgia vs Junior Springboks

Saturday, 13 April (Tygerberg Rugby Club):

Georgia vs Argentina

Junior Springboks vs Namibia XV

Wednesday, 17 April (Paul Roos Gymnasium)

Georgia vs Namibia XV

Junior Springboks vs Argentina


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
PostPosted: Tue Apr 09, 2019 8:29 am 
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Let's hope the Baby Boks live up to the hype. It's a sickness in SA that our young players are big-headed and arrogant, without achieving the necessary results. Only once crowned the winners (on home soil) in 2012 and once losing finalists in 2014.

Not good enough.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 09, 2019 8:31 am 
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SA u20 squad:

Props: Kudzwai Dube (Blue Bulls), Hanro Jacobs (Sharks), Nkosikhona Masuku (Golden Lions), Asenathi Ntlabakanye (Golden Lions)

Hookers: Dameon Venter (Golden Lions), Joe van Zyl (Blue Bulls)

Locks: Elrigh Louw (Free State), Lunga Ncube (Sharks), Janko Swanepoel (Bulls)

Loose forwards: Sibusiso Sangweni (Golden Lions) Jaco Labuschagne (Blue Bulls) Evan Roos (Sharks)Phendulani Buthelezi (Sharks), Celimpilo Gumede (Sharks), Francke Horn (Western Province)

Scrumhalves: Vusile Dlepu (Western Province), Jaden Hendrikse (Sharks)

Flyhalves: David Coetzer (Western Province),

Centres: Rikus Pretorius (Western Province) Mnombo Zwelendaba (Western Province) James Mollentze (Free State), Jay Cee Nel (Blue Bulls), Marnus Potgieter (Blue Bulls),

Outside backs: Thaakir Abrahams (Sharks), Caleb Dingaan (Sharks), Qamani Kota (Blue Bulls) Sabastian Jobb (Blue Bulls), David Kriel (Western Province)

8 Bulls, 8 Sharks, 6 WP, 4 Lions, 2 Free State


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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Francke Horne, write the name down.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YiNmJG-66b8


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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Hmm. not many WP boys there. Does that you feel empty, Oom?


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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Francke Horne, write the name down.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YiNmJG-66b8


That's impressive.


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Francke Horne, write the name down.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YiNmJG-66b8


That's impressive.

and he is not from a reknown rugby school. He is from Hugenote in Wellington. They have a good rugby side but not in the Top 50.


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OomPB wrote:
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Francke Horne, write the name down.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YiNmJG-66b8


That's impressive.

and he is not from a reknown rugby school. He is from Hugenote in Wellington. They have a good rugby side but not in the Top 50.


Make you wonder how many undiscovered diamonds there are in SA who don't get looked at because they aren't from a top school.

If that is a full strong Georgia team, we are looking good. Usually Georgia do quite well at these U20 World Cups but we poesklap them.


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Lemoentjie wrote:
OomPB wrote:
Lemoentjie wrote:
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Francke Horne, write the name down.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YiNmJG-66b8


That's impressive.

and he is not from a reknown rugby school. He is from Hugenote in Wellington. They have a good rugby side but not in the Top 50.


Make you wonder how many undiscovered diamonds there are in SA who don't get looked at because they aren't from a top school.

If that is a full strong Georgia team, we are looking good. Usually Georgia do quite well at these U20 World Cups but we poesklap them.

You can watch all the games live tomorrow on:
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SA vs Namibia
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aV5r7cgucNw

Georgia vs Argentina
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSdruTxlqn4


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Let's hope our boys stay grounded and put up a good showing. We usually have a size advantage, but we play dumb rugby.


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Let's hope our boys stay grounded and put up a good showing. We usually have a size advantage, but we play dumb rugby.

Is this your generalization about our rugby? We talking about u20s here.


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Let's hope our boys stay grounded and put up a good showing. We usually have a size advantage, but we play dumb rugby.

Is this your generalization about our rugby? We talking about u20s here.

I know. These boys have a big size advantage over the opposition. Why aren't we making more finals?


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Let's hope our boys stay grounded and put up a good showing. We usually have a size advantage, but we play dumb rugby.

Is this your generalization about our rugby? We talking about u20s here.

I know. These boys have a big size advantage over the opposition. Why aren't we making more finals?

Our lot look like midgets compare to England.

We don't make the finals because the NH goes in the WC coming from a tough 6 Nations.


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Not sure it’s just about that Oom. Their prep for the last few tournaments has been great. Last year they toured the UK, beating England, Ireland and Scotland and then played like crap at the WC. Roux is a shit coach and has them playing awful rugby. People ask what goes wrong between our schools rugby and pro rugby. It’s clear that the problem sets in straight away in the u20s.


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Not sure it’s just about that Oom. Their prep for the last few tournaments has been great. Last year they toured the UK, beating England, Ireland and Scotland and then played like crap at the WC. Roux is a shit coach and has them playing awful rugby. People ask what goes wrong between our schools rugby and pro rugby. It’s clear that the problem sets in straight away in the u20s.

Agreed Roux is worst then Fleck.

Again our schools rugby (school vs school) is on merit, Craven Week & u20 is 50% + qoutas.


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Another u20 WC failure on the cards with Chean Roux.
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Cape Town - Junior Springbok coach Chean Roux attributed his team’s 34-33 defeat against Argentina in the U20 International Series at Paul Roos Gymnasium on Wednesday to ill-discipline and said they will continue to learn as the season progresses.

Both sides scored five tries in the match, with Junior Springbok winger Marnus Potgieter earning a hat-trick for his side, but a penalty goal by Argentinean flyhalf Nicolas Roger nudged them through for the one-point win.

"It was a tough game, and we produced a substandard performance,” said Roux.

“But it starts with me as the head coach. I have to look in the mirror and see where we stand and then we will take it from there.”

Roux singled out discipline as one of the biggest lessons learned in the clash and said: “You cannot win a game with poor discipline, and that cost us in the end. That is something these players have to learn at a young age.”

With the U20 International Series over, and the team set to depart for the UK on Tuesday where they will face World Rugby U20 Championship participants, England and Wales, Roux said there were a number of learnings in the last three games both on and off their field that they will take going forward.

“We are looking forward to the UK tour,” said Roux.

“We wanted to be tested this way because it is no use winning all the games in the lead-up to the World Rugby U20 Championship and then we lose there. The UK tour will certainly test the team’s character again, so this was great preparation.”

The first half of the match against the Argentineans was tightly-fought as both sides tried to run hard on attack, but were met with tenacious defence.

Penalties and turnovers conceded at crucial times, however, cost the Junior Springboks momentum early on, and Argentina took advantage of this to score their first try compliments of Pablo Dimcheff from a rolling maul for a 7-0 lead.

Both sides were dealt a blow minutes later as Junior Springbok lock Emile van Heerden and Argentina prop Francisco Coria were red-carded for punching, which saw the teams being reduced to 14 men for the remainder of the match.

Roger extended the visitors’ lead to eight points with a penalty goal late in the first quarter, but this fueled the hosts’ determination to make their presence felt as they built rhythm on attack and started creating try-scoring chances.

The Junior Boks failed to capitalise though, and Argentina struck again minutes into the second quarter as Joaquin Pellandini crashed over from some strong forward play to push them 15-0 ahead.

The visitors lost No 8 Bautista Pedemonte to a yellow card as the half progressed, and the Junior Springboks took full advantage of this as Francke Horn and winger Cayleb Dingaan scored tries in quick succession. This reduced the SA U20s’ deficit to 15-12 going into the break.

The Junior Springboks came out firing in the second half and with winger Marnus Potgieter gathering a clever kick to touch down for their third try, which allowed the team to take the lead in the match for the first time.

The visitors, however, showed their fighting spirit as they produced a strong scrum to earn a penalty try, and they backed this up with another five-pointer by Bautista Pedemonte with 12 minutes to play.

The home side responded strongly with 13 minutes left to play as Potgieter burst through the defence and used his raw pace to reduce the deficit, but a yellow card to the hosts’ Janko Swanepoel for infringing in a maul cost them dearly.

Argentina capitalised on this immediately with Francisco Minervino scoring their fifth try with seven minutes on the clock, but this was cancelled out by Potgieter who broke through for his hat-trick shortly before the final whistle. The successful conversion saw the SAU20s suffer a heart-breaking 34-33 defeat.

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Junior Springboks 33 (12) – Tries: Francke Horn, Caleb Dingaan, Marnus Potgieter (3). Conversions: David Coetzer (2), Boeta Chamberlain (2).

Argentina 34 (15) – Tries: Pablo Dimcheff, Joaquin Pellandini, Penalty Try, Bautista Pedemonte, Francisco Minervino. Conversions: Nicolas Roger (2). Penalty goal: Nicolas Roger.


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If only the coach had scared them with how disappointed their dead family members would be all this could have been avoided


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If only the coach had scared them with how disappointed their dead family members would be all this could have been avoided

Jy is n vokken idioot.


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If only the coach had scared them with how disappointed their dead family members would be all this could have been avoided

Jy is n vokken idioot.

Is what Chean Roux should have shouted at his players, after telling them Gramps is rolling in his grave because of the shite loss to the Argies


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If only the coach had scared them with how disappointed their dead family members would be all this could have been avoided


:lol:

On the size question, I have never seen a Baby Bok forward pack that is smaller than the England pack. Even if England are bigger, it's not like they are the single thing stopping the Baby Bokke from winning every U20 WC. We almost lost to Georgia last year.


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If only the coach had scared them with how disappointed their dead family members would be all this could have been avoided


:lol:

On the size question, I have never seen a Baby Bok forward pack that is smaller than the England pack. Even if England are bigger, it's not like they are the single thing stopping the Baby Bokke from winning every U20 WC. We almost lost to Georgia last year.

We are always the biggest pack. We are just not as good as we think we are.


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If only the coach had scared them with how disappointed their dead family members would be all this could have been avoided


:lol:

On the size question, I have never seen a Baby Bok forward pack that is smaller than the England pack. Even if England are bigger, it's not like they are the single thing stopping the Baby Bokke from winning every U20 WC. We almost lost to Georgia last year.

We are always the biggest pack. We are just not as good as we think we are.

We just lost at home against Argentinia. We are far from being the best specially with PoC requirements.


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OomPB wrote:
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If only the coach had scared them with how disappointed their dead family members would be all this could have been avoided


:lol:

On the size question, I have never seen a Baby Bok forward pack that is smaller than the England pack. Even if England are bigger, it's not like they are the single thing stopping the Baby Bokke from winning every U20 WC. We almost lost to Georgia last year.

We are always the biggest pack. We are just not as good as we think we are.

We just lost at home against Argentinia. We are far from being the best specially with PoC requirements.

We would be far better if the players were not as windgat. They need a big attitude adjustment.


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handyman wrote:
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handyman wrote:
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If only the coach had scared them with how disappointed their dead family members would be all this could have been avoided


:lol:

On the size question, I have never seen a Baby Bok forward pack that is smaller than the England pack. Even if England are bigger, it's not like they are the single thing stopping the Baby Bokke from winning every U20 WC. We almost lost to Georgia last year.

We are always the biggest pack. We are just not as good as we think we are.

We just lost at home against Argentinia. We are far from being the best specially with PoC requirements.

We would be far better if the players were not as windgat. They need a big attitude adjustment.

Like Nipper posted. :lol:


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Junior Springbok UK tour squad (in alphabetical order):

Thaakir Abrahams (Cell C Sharks)
Phendulani Buthelezi (Cell C Sharks)
Boeta Chamberlain (Cell C Sharks)
Caleb Dingaan (Cell C Sharks)
Kudzwai Dube (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
Celimpilo Gumede (Cell C Sharks)
Jaden Hendrikse (Cell C Sharks)
Francke Horn (DHL Western Province)
Hanro Jacobs (Cell C Sharks)
Sabastiaan Jobb (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
Andrew Kota (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
Jaco Labuschagne (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
Nkosikhona Masuku (Xerox Golden Lions)
Fezokuhle Mbatha (Cell C Sharks)
Thabiso Mdletshe (Cell C Sharks)
James Mollentze (Toyota Free State)
Jay Cee Nel (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
Sanele Nohamba (Cell C Sharks)
Asenathi Ntlabakanye (Xerox Golden Lions)
Marnus Potgieter (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
Rikus Pretorius (DHL Western Province)
Dylan Richardson (Cell C Sharks)
Evan Roos (Cell C Sharks)
Sibusiso Sangweni (Xerox Golden Lions)
Janko Swanepoel (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
JJ van der Mescht (Cell C Sharks)
Emile van Heerden (Cell C Sharks)
Dameon Venter (Xerox Golden Lions)

Pre-JRWC warm-ups:

Friday, 26 April
England U20 at Coventry Rugby’s Butts Park Arena

Tuesday, 30 April
Wales U20 at the Vale Resort outside Cardiff


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 26, 2019 4:37 pm 
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Should be a good game tonight. That's s big touring squad. Bit of a mongrel English team.


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Jensrsa wrote:
Junior Springbok UK tour squad (in alphabetical order):

Thaakir Abrahams (Cell C Sharks)
Phendulani Buthelezi (Cell C Sharks)
Boeta Chamberlain (Cell C Sharks)
Caleb Dingaan (Cell C Sharks)
Kudzwai Dube (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
Celimpilo Gumede (Cell C Sharks)
Jaden Hendrikse (Cell C Sharks)
Francke Horn (DHL Western Province)
Hanro Jacobs (Cell C Sharks)
Sabastiaan Jobb (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
Andrew Kota (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
Jaco Labuschagne (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
Nkosikhona Masuku (Xerox Golden Lions)
Fezokuhle Mbatha (Cell C Sharks)
Thabiso Mdletshe (Cell C Sharks)
James Mollentze (Toyota Free State)
Jay Cee Nel (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
Sanele Nohamba (Cell C Sharks)
Asenathi Ntlabakanye (Xerox Golden Lions)
Marnus Potgieter (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
Rikus Pretorius (DHL Western Province)
Dylan Richardson (Cell C Sharks)
Evan Roos (Cell C Sharks)
Sibusiso Sangweni (Xerox Golden Lions)
Janko Swanepoel (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
JJ van der Mescht (Cell C Sharks)
Emile van Heerden (Cell C Sharks)
Dameon Venter (Xerox Golden Lions)

Pre-JRWC warm-ups:

Friday, 26 April
England U20 at Coventry Rugby’s Butts Park Arena

Tuesday, 30 April
Wales U20 at the Vale Resort outside Cardiff

Lots of Sharks PoC there. Sards and Ox knows nothing about them.


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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Somehow England managed to edge the mighty Boks 35-8.


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Fenman wrote:
Somehow England managed to edge the mighty Boks 35-8.

Mighty Boks?


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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Soos ek gesê het, die mannetjies is helemaal te groot vir hul skoene. En dis nie asof hulle iets het om oor windgat te wees nie. Dink mos die son skyn uit hul gatte uit.

Wen iets, dan kan jy diktril wees.


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handyman wrote:
Soos ek gesê het, die mannetjies is helemaal te groot vir hul skoene. En dis nie asof hulle iets het om oor windgat te wees nie. Dink mos die son skyn uit hul gatte uit.

Wen iets, dan kan jy diktril wees.


Agreed...but its pretty much in line with our inconsistent results for our Soup and senior Boks....we are pretty much a 50 percent nation


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