Rassie Erasmus

Faf: How we beat the All Blacks

Faf de Klerk has opened up on a key reason why the Boks beat the All Blacks this year, and how they plan on doing it again at the World Cup in Japan at the World Cup. READ MORE

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Boks go for ‘first in, last out’

The Springboks may be fluent in Japanese by the time the 2019 Rugby World Cup kicks off as they’re planning to be in Tokyo three weeks before the event kicks off. READ MORE

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Coming soon: Club OR Country

A survey has revealed that players don’t want to be stuck in a Club-v-Country dilemma, but it won’t be long before owners make them choose between money or honour. READ MORE

All Out Rugby Staff Writer

These Boks were… fun!

FRESH TAKE: Even though mediocrity makes him queasy, KEBA MOTHOAGAE says the Boks made progress during a rollercoaster 2018 season that was a thrilling ride. READ MORE

Keba Mothoagae

2018 ends with questions, not answers

The November tour was supposed to confirm SA’s readiness for Japan 2019, but the Boks came home with a suitcase full of red flags, writes ZELIM NEL.  READ MORE

Zelim Nel

Wise Welsh block Bok lineout

Warren Gatland directed Wales to keep the lid on their opponent’s key attacking asset by limiting the Springboks to just five lineouts in Cardiff, writes TANK LANNING, who takes a gander at the match stats. READ MORE

Tank Lanning

STAT ATTACK: Wales vs Springboks

Having made the call to kick less, the Boks made more carries than Wales, and as such more metres with ball in hand, but a failure to execute saw the visitors go down by 9 in Cardiff. READ MORE

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Give Willie more ammo!

VLOK CILLIERS believes the Boks can complete their journey back to world-beater status if they make more use of Willie le Roux in the kicking game. READ MORE

Vlok Cilliers

Streetwise Boks edge “brave” Scots

The “brave” Scots bossed the attack stats with their ball-in-hand approach, but TANK LANNING says the streetwise Boks controlled the stats that count. READ MORE

Tank Lanning

Down with ref-talk!

FRESH TAKE: BRENDON SHIELDS comes out swinging at one-eyed rugby pundits, parents and supporters who spend their weekends heaping abuse on the man in the middle. READ MORE

Brendon Shields

Bok glass is half full

The Boks were one layer of Dubbin away from losing in Paris, but the match stats will have Rassie Erasmus sipping from a beer glass half full, writes TANK LANNING. READ MORE

Tank Lanning

STAT ATTACK: France vs Springboks

In an incredibly tight contest that was decided in the final minute, the Boks carried less, made more errors and kicked less, yet sneaked a win over France in Paris. READ MORE

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