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15.August.2004

South Africa v New Zealand

Johannesburg

12:00 PM

40-26

Four Changes to Springboks

Springbok coach Jake White has made four changes to the starting line-up that narrowly lost to Australia in Perth two weekend's ago, for the Philips Tri Nations Test against the All Blacks at Ellis Park on Saturday.
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Four Changes to Springboks



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Springboks believe they can live the dream

Back in 1995 the Springboks earned their most glorious win over the All Blacks at Ellis Park by means of unbelievable defence.
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Spring-loaded Boks bounce All Blacks

A fired-up Springbok side ended New Zealand's hopes of a third consecutive Philips Tri Nations championship early Sunday morning (NZT), as the All Blacks crashed to a 40-26 defeat in Johannesburg.
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Spring-loaded Boks bounce All Blacks

The second 40, and a penalty for De Wet Barry not rolling away right in the centre of the halfway line immediately offers Mehrtens a chance to close the gap.
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Maling on what went wrong

All Black lock Simon Maling talks to allblacks.com about what went wrong against the Springboks last Saturday at Ellis Park.
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Maling on what went wrong

“In the lineout we didn’t put as much pressure on as we would have liked to but we won all our ball.”
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All Blacks will travel to South Africa

The New Zealand Rugby Union announced on Sunday that the All Blacks will travel to South Africa following the assessment of alleged terrorist threats against tourism and major events in the Republic.
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All Blacks will travel to South Africa


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Tana home as squad calls in cover

All Blacks captain Tana Umaga farewelled his teammates at Sydney international airport on Sunday, as he returned home to Wellington to be with wife Rochelle for the birth of their third child.
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