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Worst Spring Boks team

by www.herald.co.zw
CAPE TOWN. — Ignorant selectors, quotas and the European exodus are reasons why the Springboks are a rugby team in ruin, a popular New Zealand scribe believes.Mark Reason, a columnist for the Stuff.co.nz website, has hit out at the Springbok team that lost 57-15 to the All Blacks in Durban last Saturday, saying they may...
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