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French player's World Cup hopes in balance after six-week ban

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French player's World Cup hopes in balance after six-week ban

DISCIPLINARY UPDATE: France’s World Cup plans have suffered another setback.

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Wallabies legend doubts Welsh World Cup attack

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Wallabies legend doubts Welsh World Cup attack

WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN: Shots have been fired ahead of that intriguing Pool D encounter.

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Who will miss the Bok cut?

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Who will miss the Bok cut?

WORLD CUP SPOTLIGHT: On Monday, August 26, South Africa's World Cup squad will be unveiled in Johannesburg.

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Gatland earmarks Ireland clash as final 'trial'

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Gatland earmarks Ireland clash as final 'trial'

WORLD CUP SPOTLIGHT: The world's top-ranked team, Wales, moved into a crucial phase of their build-up to the global showpiece.

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He and Kwagas tackle success/effective rate is around 55%.

In Elstadt first test he missed 3 tackles in the first couple of minutes of the game, seen the same last week.

Elstadt has taken his chance imho

I am no Kwagga fan I must be honest. As White said " I always prefer a good big loose forward to a good small loose forward" But if he was exceptional like George Smith, Michael Hooper, ( absolutely brilliant and was exceptional against the AB on a losing side last Saturday ) and Heinrich Brussouw, I would make an exception. I just think he is a good SR player at best. Boy I hope I am wrong!!

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Shots fired.
Let the mudslinging begin

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Another one. The term's a bit overrated and over used.
Anyone need a major blow ?

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Interesting how the different coaches are preparing their teams.
Schmidt taking his time with 0 games for the A team yet.
Rassie done and dusted.
Gatlands come out sprinting.
Eddie bits and bobs

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He and Kwagas tackle success/effective rate is around 55%.

In Elstadt first test he missed 3 tackles in the first couple of minutes of the game, seen the same last week.

Elstadt has taken his chance imho

I am no Kwagga fan I must be honest. As White said " I always prefer a good big loose forward to a good small loose forward" But if he was exceptional like George Smith, Michael Hooper, ( absolutely brilliant and was exceptional against the AB on a losing side last Saturday ) and Heinrich Brussouw, I would make an exception. I just think he is a good SR player at best. Boy I hope I am wrong!!

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Shots fired.
Let the mudslinging begin

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Another one. The term's a bit overrated and over used.
Anyone need a major blow ?

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Interesting how the different coaches are preparing their teams.
Schmidt taking his time with 0 games for the A team yet.
Rassie done and dusted.
Gatlands come out sprinting.
Eddie bits and bobs

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Wow. That was brutal. Those guys are tough.

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