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PostPosted: Thu Jun 14, 2018 4:40 pm 
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Sards is frothing at the mouth. Keep calm boet.

The inter provincial hatred never ends.

Especially when the other oke is not a white guy. :shock:

Sards is not a wit ou? :shock: :shock: :shock:


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Chilli wrote:
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Sards is frothing at the mouth. Keep calm boet.

The inter provincial hatred never ends.

Especially when the other oke is not a white guy. :shock:

Sards is not a wit ou? :shock: :shock: :shock:

:lol:

The "other oke" meaning the other oke not being rated from the other provincial side that certain posters are obsessed with.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 14, 2018 4:53 pm 
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saffer13 wrote:
Chilli wrote:
saffer13 wrote:
Chilli wrote:
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Sards is frothing at the mouth. Keep calm boet.

The inter provincial hatred never ends.

Especially when the other oke is not a white guy. :shock:

Sards is not a wit ou? :shock: :shock: :shock:

:lol:

The "other oke" meaning the other oke not being rated from the other provincial side that certain posters are obsessed with.

You blerrie racist! :x :x :x <Nipper>


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2018 12:05 pm 
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Good news for Lions fans and the Springboks is that Warren Whiteley and Malcolm Marx will both return to action next weekend after spending time on the sidelines recently.

While neither will play for the Springboks this June the duo are set to feature in the latter stages of the Super Rugby competition and come into consideration for the Boks for the Rugby Championship in two months’ time.

Whiteley has been out for several months with a grade one strain of his pectoral cruciate ligaments in his knee, while Marx suffered a hamstring tendon tear at the beginning of May.

Both men are expected to return to the playing field next week, with Lions team doctor Rob Collins saying yesterday they will feature for some time in the SuperSport Rugby Challenge competition.

“The plan is to have them both playing next week,” said Collins. “Malcolm’s was obviously a much shorter term injury and he is now doing controlled contact which will go to full contact next week. Warren is already doing full-contact drills and he and Malcolm will get 20 to 30 minutes next week.”

https://www.iol.co.za/sport/rugby/springboks/lions-injured-duo-whiteley-marx-expected-back-soon-15485755


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2018 12:39 pm 
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Good news for Lions fans and the Springboks is that Warren Whiteley and Malcolm Marx will both return to action next weekend after spending time on the sidelines recently.

While neither will play for the Springboks this June the duo are set to feature in the latter stages of the Super Rugby competition and come into consideration for the Boks for the Rugby Championship in two months’ time.

Whiteley has been out for several months with a grade one strain of his pectoral cruciate ligaments in his knee, while Marx suffered a hamstring tendon tear at the beginning of May.

Both men are expected to return to the playing field next week, with Lions team doctor Rob Collins saying yesterday they will feature for some time in the SuperSport Rugby Challenge competition.

“The plan is to have them both playing next week,” said Collins. “Malcolm’s was obviously a much shorter term injury and he is now doing controlled contact which will go to full contact next week. Warren is already doing full-contact drills and he and Malcolm will get 20 to 30 minutes next week.”

https://www.iol.co.za/sport/rugby/springboks/lions-injured-duo-whiteley-marx-expected-back-soon-15485755

Sorry, but anything a Lions doctor say, one has to take with salt. He has lost all credibility.


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2018 12:55 pm 
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2018 1:58 pm 
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Considering that only 1 Sharks forward makes the starting 15[the other being replaced by a Stomp], is it fair to say that Rassie see's the Sharks forwards as a bit powder puffish?

Didn't even get a nibble. :(


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2018 2:11 pm 
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Sharkies rise above such measly bait. Need a bigger, tastier bait to catch us.


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 16, 2018 6:24 pm 
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Full credit to Rassie.
Finally a decent coach that is passionate, has a tremendous work ethic and thinks the game through


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Credit goes to Kolisi for his leadership on the field.


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 16, 2018 7:01 pm 
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Full credit to Rassie.
Finally a decent coach that is passionate, has a tremendous work ethic and thinks the game through

:thumbup: At on stage when they zoomed in on him after someone made a balls-up you could clearly lip read his "F*ck, f*ck ... f*ck :lol:


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 16, 2018 9:25 pm 
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Full credit to Rassie.
Finally a decent coach that is passionate, has a tremendous work ethic and thinks the game through

:thumbup: At on stage when they zoomed in on him after someone made a balls-up you could clearly lip read his "F*ck, f*ck ... f*ck :lol:

He certainly gives everything.

We are very fortunate. I am proud to have met him personally and to have a pic of him and I in my office


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 16, 2018 10:25 pm 
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Full credit to Rassie.
Finally a decent coach that is passionate, has a tremendous work ethic and thinks the game through

:thumbup: At on stage when they zoomed in on him after someone made a balls-up you could clearly lip read his "F*ck, f*ck ... f*ck :lol:

:lol:


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 5:39 am 
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2nd test.

Faf de Klerk's kicking from hand was good in this one. This is best match I've seen him play, maybe he could be the answer at 9 after all.

Frans Malherbe was not impressive, and looked unfit. Remember those "player 23" ads on Super Sport years ago, is Malherbe actually that guy?


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 6:36 am 
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Ruggafan wrote:
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Full credit to Rassie.
Finally a decent coach that is passionate, has a tremendous work ethic and thinks the game through

:thumbup: At on stage when they zoomed in on him after someone made a balls-up you could clearly lip read his "F*ck, f*ck ... f*ck :lol:

Heyneke Meyer V2.0? :nod:


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 7:33 am 
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Ruggafan wrote:
Sards wrote:
Full credit to Rassie.
Finally a decent coach that is passionate, has a tremendous work ethic and thinks the game through

:thumbup: At on stage when they zoomed in on him after someone made a balls-up you could clearly lip read his "F*ck, f*ck ... f*ck :lol:

Heyneke Meyer V2.0? :nod:

And look how he turned out :roll:


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 7:41 am 
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Good win and things are certainly looking up for the Boks.
However, the defence of the wings was absolute shit. A better team than England will run around them and score at will all day.
DDA has again showed that he is a very good S rugby player and nothing else.
PSDT is an excellent test lock, and a capable test 7, but not an excellent test 7.

Both sets of front rows were good value, with the bench giving great impact. TDT is getting there.
Locks were very very good.
Loosies were very good. Thor is in a league of his own.

The real barometer will be the RC.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 7:53 am 
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Ruggafan wrote:
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Full credit to Rassie.
Finally a decent coach that is passionate, has a tremendous work ethic and thinks the game through

:thumbup: At on stage when they zoomed in on him after someone made a balls-up you could clearly lip read his "F*ck, f*ck ... f*ck :lol:


That someone was Donkey


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I agree Chilli. 11, 13 and 14 are all defensively suspect. :uhoh:


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 8:06 am 
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sorCrer wrote:
Ruggafan wrote:
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Full credit to Rassie.
Finally a decent coach that is passionate, has a tremendous work ethic and thinks the game through

:thumbup: At on stage when they zoomed in on him after someone made a balls-up you could clearly lip read his "F*ck, f*ck ... f*ck :lol:


That someone was Donkey

Was that when he took a great intercept but was so slow that the opposition players turned around and easily caught him?


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 8:08 am 
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Chilli wrote:
sorCrer wrote:
Ruggafan wrote:
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Full credit to Rassie.
Finally a decent coach that is passionate, has a tremendous work ethic and thinks the game through

:thumbup: At on stage when they zoomed in on him after someone made a balls-up you could clearly lip read his "F*ck, f*ck ... f*ck :lol:


That someone was Donkey

Was that when he took a great intercept but was so slow that the opposition players turned around and easily caught him?


It was when he was stripped and the ball ended up about 10 out from our goal line. The twat wasn't so much as slow as lazy. He clearly slows down as he thinks he is in the clear.


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Don't think anyone can defend DDA now. Time's up.


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Don't think anyone can defend DDA now. Time's up.

Have you been introduced to Yank yet?


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Why didn't Stormers offer Duane new contract? He is the best player in the team.

Hope AE gets his chance next week.

Always thought SA would win this. England's lack of disclipline is insane for any team with RWC ambitions. Like trying to run a marathon with a scorpion in your shoe. SA weren't amazing either with discipline, needs to improve if they want to beat AB at home.


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Will be great to see Jan Serfontein back at 12.


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Will be great to see Jan Serfontein back at 12.

Yip.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 12:48 am 
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Chilli wrote:
Good win and things are certainly looking up for the Boks.
However, the defence of the wings was absolute shit. A better team than England will run around them and score at will all day.
DDA has again showed that he is a very good S rugby player and nothing else.
PSDT is an excellent test lock, and a capable test 7, but not an excellent test 7.

Both sets of front rows were good value, with the bench giving great impact. TDT is getting there.
Locks were very very good.
Loosies were very good. Thor is in a league of his own.

The real barometer will be the RC.

Boet - harsh on the wings...not enough harshness on Am for those first two tries. Watch again.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 12:50 am 
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Don't think anyone can defend DDA now. Time's up.

Have you been introduced to Yank yet?

Gaan kak man. There's a huge difference in rating/defending someone compared to simply point out the other options are well....not better options atm.

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Will be great to see Jan Serfontein back at 12.

Agreed. Or the other 23 players you mentioned :thumbup:


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 7:39 am 
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The World Cup in Japan is 15 months away and Erasmus says he will use the Newlands test, as well as the up-coming Rugby Championship and end-of-season European tour, to sort through the puzzle of his squad for the global showpiece finals.

"When you put a 31-man World Cup squad together, if you just take the props, hookers and the nines that is 12 positions already taken. If you want to build a squad you need to try a few things," he says.

"Who can cover 10, 12 and 15, who can cover six, seven and eight? If we don’t learn that in the next couple of months, we won’t be able to select a World Cup squad knowing that and we will have to guess a lot."

"Next week allows us to try a few things and that does not mean that we are making that test less important. While we are trying to win, we are also trying to build our capacities, depth, experience and knowledge."

https://www.supersport.com/rugby/springboks/news/180617_Elated_Erasmus_to_assess_Bok_options


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 7:46 am 
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Squad
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Hookers:
Akker van der Merwe
Bongi Mbonambi
Chiliboy Ralepelle
Schalk Brits - added

Props:
Thomas du Toit
Tendai Mtawarira
Steven Kitshoff
Wilco Louw
Frans Malherbe

Locks:
Pieter-Steph du Toit
Franco Mostert
RG Snyman
Marvin Orie

Loosies:
Jean-Luc du Preez
Sikhumbuzo Notshe
Siya Kolisi
Duane Vermeulen
Dan du Preez
Oupa Mohojé

Scrummies:
Faf de Klerk
Ivan van Zyl
Embrose Papier

Flyhalves:
Elton Jantjies
Handré Pollard
Robert du Preez

Centres:
Lukhanyo Am
Damian de Allende
André Esterhuizen
Jesse Kriel

Wings:
Sibusiso Nkosi
Aphiwe Dyantyi
Makazole Mapimpi

Fullbacks:
Warrick Gelant
Willie le Roux


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"When you put a 31-man World Cup squad together, if you just take the props, hookers and the nines that is 12 positions already taken.”


Oh shit, they hired a mothafucka that can count :shock:

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"When you put a 31-man World Cup squad together, if you just take the props, hookers and the nines that is 12 positions already taken.”


Oh shit, they hired a mothafucka that can count :shock:

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:lol:

Listen...I am a huge huge fan of Rassie...........


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 10:23 am 
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Always thought SA would win this.
No. You were more negative then Chilli.


Shifting goal posts


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Why didn't Stormers offer Duane new contract? He is the best player in the team.


I don't think we can afford him. The union is broke :(


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Why didn't Stormers offer Duane new contract? He is the best player in the team.


I don't think we can afford him. The union is broke :(


Nobody was going to pay him millions to play 2 or 3 SR games this year


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Will be great to see Jan Serfontein back at 12.


this x 100


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 11:58 am 
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I'm back.

Go Boks.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 12:07 pm 
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Always thought SA would win this.
No. You were more negative then Chilli.


Shifting goal posts

Not negative Oom, just not wanting to go through the same crap as what we have been through the last couple of years.

We are all happy with these wins [ me I am not happy losing to Wales B], the real test will come against New Zealand and Australia, not a shit England team.


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Very true. If we can win on Saturday, then I think a realistic plan would be to win all our games against Australia and Argentina, and a home win against New Zealand.


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