1.8.2019 12:02 pm
It’s certainly been an interesting journey.
"Sir, now I am bringing you a piece of gold!"
Ironically, Rassie Erasmus’ troops don’t need to produce anything fancy to topple their mighty opponents again.
Meanwhile, the customarily calm All Blacks point out the threat posed by Kwagga Smith.
And Handre Pollard warns the New Zealanders that history might repeat itself this weekend in Wellington.
Duane Vermeulen is the latest candidate to take the reins as Rassie Erasmus decides to use new sensation Herschel Jantjies as impact player against the All Blacks.
It’s certainly going to be a nail-biting few weeks for the unlucky Lions skipper.
While talk in die New Zealand camp is bullish, the South Africans are keeping their words low key.
Ironically, the experienced if somewhat underappreciated flanker himself is doing heroic deeds in the Green-and-Gold.
The enigmatic 32-year-old utility back’s impact on the Ellis Park was dramatic. That says something.
It’s a Jantjies show at Ellis Park as Rassie Erasmus’ whole bench adds value.
The pragmatic national coach believes a thrilling Ellis Park win was decided on individual brilliance, rather than teamwork.
Mission accomplished for Rassie Erasmus as many of his selections pay off at Ellis Park.
More glowing praise for the Springboks’ newest scrumhalf as the Rugby Championship starts.
Rassie Erasmus’ latest new cap isn’t the bruiser from his Stormers days anymore … and it’s opened many doors.