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    Team for Saturday's match:

    Cape Town - Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus says it's important to give game time to as many players in the squad during a shortened Rugby Championship.

    Erasmus was speaking after naming his team for Saturday's opener against Australia at Ellis Park.

    The Bok mentor named an experimental side, with several frontline players not included as they will depart for New Zealand early for next weekend's Test against the All Blacks in Wellington.

    Lock Eben Etzebeth captains the Boks on Saturday, with three players set to make their Test debuts.

    The uncapped Rynhardt Elstadt (flank) and Herschel Jantjies (scrumhalf) are in the starting XV, while Lizo Gqoboka (prop) is set to earn his debut off the bench.

    "The squad have trained together for more than three weeks and this match is important for us to start a very important rugby year," said Erasmus.

    With the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan looming, the coach added that all three Rugby Championship matches were vital.

    "We want to win the Rugby Championship and we have a specific plan, which starts Saturday with the first Test against the Wallabies," said Erasmus.

    "We have planned to mix things up in the first two Tests of the season, in order to give game time to as many of the players in our wider squad, and we believe this is the right combination to face a very good and competitive Australian side.

    "We are excited for the forthcoming year and I want to congratulate Rynhardt, Herschel and Lizo on their first inclusion in a Springbok match-day squad, while the leadership role is not something new for Eben. The build-up has been good and there is definitely a very good vibe for match.

    "Australia have prepared very well for this match and they have spent two weeks at altitude to acclimatise to the Highveld, so we are in for a great contest," added Erasmus.

    Kick-off for Saturday clash is scheduled for 17:05.

    Teams:

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    15 Warrick Gelant, 14 S'bu Nkosi, 13 Jesse Kriel, 12 Andre Esterhuizen, 11 Makazole Mapimpi, 10 Elton Jantjies, 9 Herschel Jantjies, 8 Francois Louw, 7 Pieter-Steph du Toit, 6 Rynhardt Elstadt, 5 Lood de Jager, 4 Eben Etzebeth (captain), 3 Trevor Nyakane, 2 Bongi Mbonambi, 1 Tendai Mtawarira

    Substitutes: 16 Schalk Brits, 17 Lizo Gqoboka, 18 Vincent Koch, 19 Marvin Orie, 20 Marcell Coetzee, 21 Cobus Reinach, 22 Frans Steyn, 23 Dillyn Leyds

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    Are Herschel and Elton brothers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karol View Post
    Are Herschel and Elton brothers?
    No, Elton's brother is Tony - also a flyhalf.
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    I was watching the "Springbok Saga" on Supersport last night. WOW!!! Did we play some pretty rugby in 2007. Some of the highlights were spectacular. Looking at how we played then, compared to now .... it's incomparable. And Fourie Du Preez was breathtaking.

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    Some RWC news...

    Frenchman to ref Springboks v All Blacks at Rugby World Cup

    The Springboks' pool matches at the Rugby World Cup will be handled exclusively by French and English referees, World Rugby’s appointment schedule revealed on Friday.

    Two Frenchmen and two Englishmen will be in charge of South Africa’s four Pool B matches in Japan in September and October.

    Frenchman Jerome Garces will referee the game against New Zealand in Yokohama on September 21. He will be assisted by countryman Romain Poite and England's Karl Dickson, with another Englishman Graham Hughes the television match official (TMO).

    Frenchman Mathieu Raynal will referee the game against Namibia in Toyota on September 28. Raynal will be assisted by Australia's Nic Berry and Ireland's Andrew Brace, with Hughes again the TMO.

    England's Wayne Barnes will referee the match against Italy in Shizuoka on October 4. Barnes will be assisted by French duo Poite and Alex Ruiz, with England's Rowan Kitt the TMO.

    England's Luke Pearce will referee the match against Canada in Kobe on October 8. Pearce will be assisted by Br ace and Australia's Angus Gardner, with Kitt against the TMO.

    Pearce and Raynal are among five referees making their first appearance at a Rugby World Cup, while South Africa’s Jaco Peyper will mark a major milestone when he takes charge of Japan v Samoa at the City of Toyota Stadium on October 5. Should he referee all scheduled Test matches prior to the match, Peyper will make his 50th Test appearance.

    Peyper will also take charge of matches between Argentina and Tonga and England and France.

    All match officials have been appointed to at least three pool matches and with matches taking place across 12 venues the length and breadth of Japan, the appointments reflect the need for optimal load management, including preparation, travel and recovery time said World Rugby in a statement.

    The appointments were made by the World Rugby Match Officials Selection Committee comprising chairperson Anthony Buchanan (council member), Joel Jutge (EPCR), Lyndon Bray (SANZAAR), Nick Mallett (former international coach) and Alain Rolland (World Rugby).

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    Báie still hier!

    Kyk julle die game?
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    Yup, al die ou toppies kyk die game
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    Gelukkig nie vandag nodig vir die polistireen baksteen nie.
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    35 - 17 for the Boks!!!.


    Will take it... thank you with a bonus point

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    Solid start for the boks, what a debut for Herschel J

    Bonus point win. Dare we whisper “ its coming home”

    or is it to early yet?

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    And our 2nd team nogal.
    I love the spirit I see in this team

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    Great game !
    There is no task too simple for some people to complicate !



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    Quote Originally Posted by Karol View Post
    Solid start for the boks, what a debut for Herschel J

    Bonus point win. Dare we whisper “ its coming home”

    or is it to early yet?
    May be a little premature... but a great game none the less!!!

    I rate the AB as the true test!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bacon View Post
    May be a little premature... but a great game none the less!!!

    I rate the AB as the true test!
    We have to get past the Japanese first. The only country with a hundred percent win rate against the boks.

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    Decent first time out.

    Can be better
    Always think: Could this be sarcasm?

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    I like the team spirit this could be the start of something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bacon View Post
    I rate the AB as the true test!
    After tonight's game I reckon Argentina is an equally good test!
    We can't change the wind but we can set our sails

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    Nice game.

    Ek laaik Rassie se comment - nie perfect nie maar nice, ons vat die lekker wen wat dit was.
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    Daai nommer 12 senter moenie speel nie - esterhuisen?? Like hom nie - hyt basies ge knock en verder net ### droog gemaak.

    Daai Jantjie sscrummie os goed, Jaco se laaitie ook.

    Ons stutte het hulle moer toe geskrum/
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    Louw is goeie 8ste man,


    PS was goed op flank.

    Kokketiel Kuif het goed geskop

    My pel Sersant Mbonambi se seun is gieie haker = al die Bethlehem Bokke is goed

    Kolisi is lekker Cappie

    ALles lekker
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    frans ook verskil gemaak toe hy opkom

    Se mos - Bethlehem manne maak meorse verskil
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