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Event Details

07.July.2007

Australia v South Africa

Sydney

10:00 PM

25-17

Skinstad calls for 'Bulls' rugby

South African captain Bob Skinstad has called on his side to play 'Bulls rugby' when it takes on Australia in the Philips Tri Nations in Sydney on Saturday.
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Veterans set for big send off

Wallabies coach John Connolly is expecting an emotional farewell for two of Australia's greats after naming George Gregan and Stephen Larkham in the team to take on South Africa in the Philips Tri Nations Test in Sydney on Saturday.
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Du Plessis set for Boks debut

Jannie du Plessis is set to make his South Africa debut against Australia in the Philips Tri-Nations on Saturday.
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Springboks praise veteran Aussie halves

Springboks coach Jake White has paid veteran duo George Gregan and Stephen Larkham a huge compliment ahead of Saturday night's Philips Tri Nations Test in Sydney.
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Paul set to call it quits

Unwanted Wallabies hooker Jeremy Paul is expected to be granted a release from his ARU contract after being told he was unlikely to make the World Cup squad.
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New captain for Boks

The Springboks will have a fourth different captain in as many Philips Tri Nations Tests when their team face the All Blacks on Saturday.
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Value of Tests in danger of diminishing

Australian Rugby Union boss John O'Neill has declared Test matches are in danger of being de-valued if teams persist in resting frontline players during World Cup years.
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Wallabies trounce White's 'B-side' 'Boks

The Wallabies have overcome a spirited Springboks side to record an unconvincing 25-17 victory in their Philips Tri Nations clash at Sydney's Telstra Stadium on Saturday night.
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Gregan and Larkham led the way

Australia head coach John Connolly has attributed the Wallabies' 25-17 come-from-behind Philips Tri Nations win over South Africa in Sydney to veterans George Gregan and Stephen Larkham.
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Muller to lead Boks

Lock Johann Muller will lead a South African team featuring four changes to play All Blacks in Saturday's Philips Tri Nations Test at Jade Stadium.
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