It may be stating the obvious, but the fact of the matter is that from now on there will be no room for error when Heyneke Meyer’s stormtroopers go head-to-head with Wales in Saturday’s quarter-final showdown at Twickenham.
Twickenham awaits. In terms of rugby stadiums producing thrilling atmospheres, there aren’t many that beat it.
JOBURG – Brian Habana scored three tries in the second half as the Springboks stuck their foot on the gas to hammer United States of America (USA) 64 – 0 in their last group stages game.
The Springboks booked their quarter-final place in the 2015 Rugby World Cup with a demolition job of the USA.
Judging by the team chosen to take on the USA tomorrow, it’s clear the Springboks mean business.
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer decided to keep continuity for the Springboks’ final Rugby World Cup Pool B match.
As the Springboks head towards the business end of the the Rugby World Cup, coach Heyneke Meyer would no doubt have pencilled in discipline as a key performance area requiring some serious attention.
JOBURG – The Springboks put in an impressive performance to defeat a brave Scotland team by 34-16 in another brutal encounter in front of a sell-out crowd at St James Park in England.
THERE are two schools of thought whose opinions are being bandied about ahead of the Springboks clash against Scotland at 5.45pm this Saturday.
The Rugby World Cup is rightly the game’s biggest showpiece with the game’s most memorable moments coming from rugby’s biggest tournament.
New Springbok captain Fourie du Preez implored his team to keep building momentum from their victory over Samoa last weekend when they face Scotland in Newcastle on Saturday October 3.