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  2. Mooi Musiek.

    My all time favourite Bob Seger song:
  3. Springboks end of year tour/November Internationals

    He's the token Shark
  4. Springboks end of year tour/November Internationals

    This is a disgrace!
  5. Mooi Musiek.

    Cool! I like.
  6. Mooi Musiek.

    Happy Friday!!
  7. Springboks end of year tour/November Internationals

    I would have liked to have seen AM replace Kriel
  8. Springboks end of year tour/November Internationals

    The Springbok team to play against Italy in Padova: 15. Andries Coetzee, Emirates Lions – 11 caps, 0 points - Warrick Gelant, Vodacom Bulls – 0 caps, 0 points 14. Dillyn Leyds, DHL Stormers – 7 caps, 5 points (1 try) 13. Jesse Kriel, Vodacom Bulls – 27 caps, 35 points (7 tries) 12. Francois Venter, Toyota Cheetahs – 5 caps, 0 points 11. Courtnall Skosan, Emirates Lions – 11 caps, 10 points (2 tries) 10. Handré Pollard, Vodacom Bulls – 24 caps, 198 points (2 tries, 31 con, 39 penalties, 3 drops goals) 9. Ross Cronje, Emirates Lions – 8 caps, 10 points (1 tries) 8. Duane Vermeulen, Toulon (France) – 38 caps, 10 points (2 tries) 7. Pieter-Steph du Toit, DHL Stormers – 30 caps, 20 points (4 tries) 6. Francois Louw, Bath (England) – 56 caps, 40 points (8 tries) 5. Lood de Jager, Vodacom Bulls – 34 caps, 20 points (4 tries) 4. Eben Etzebeth (captain), DHL Stormers – 65 caps, 15 points (3 tries) 3. Wilco Louw, DHL Stormers – 3 caps, 0 points 2. Bongi Mbonambi, DHL Stormers – 12 caps, 0 points 1. Tendai Mtawarira, Cell C Sharks – 97 caps, 10 points (2 tries) - Steven Kitshoff, DHL Stormers – 21 caps, 0 points Replacements: 16. Chiliboy Ralepelle, Cell C Sharks – 22 caps, 0 points 17. Steven Kitshoff, DHL Stormers – 21 caps, 0 points 18. Trevor Nyakane, Vodacom Bulls – 35 caps, 5 points (1 try) 19. Franco Mostert, Emirates Lions/Ricoh Black Rams (Japan) – 17 caps, 0 points 20. Dan du Preez, Cell C Sharks – 1 cap, 0 points 21. Rudy Paige, Vodacom Bulls – 12 caps, 5 points (1 try) 22. Elton Jantjies, Emirates Lions/NTT Shining Arcs (Japan) – 21 caps, 201 points (2 tries, 37 conversions, 39 penalties) 23. Warrick Gelant, Vodacom Bulls – 0 caps, 0 points Why a 5 / 3 split against Italy? Does that indicate "stampkar rugby"? Why play Vermeulen if he cannot play next week? Should this game not be a "practice" for next week? What is Toetie going to do if a wing or centre has to be replaced? Are we going to see musical chairs with Pollard moving to centre and Jantjies to come on? We may just be lucky and beat Italy, but next week it'll be back to all kinds of excuses, but Toetie and his supporters will celebrate the mediocrity and have many alibis handy.. PS Why call him Toetie when Tottie seems much more appropriate..
  9. Springboks end of year tour/November Internationals

    and in the backs, who do we think should not be there, Kriel for one and Coetzee most definitely should not start let aloine even be in the starting line up. Gelant for me should have started vs Italy to see how he does, I also think AM should have started.
  10. Springboks end of year tour/November Internationals

    Vermeulen for another.
  11. Springboks end of year tour/November Internationals

    PSDt for a start
  12. Springboks end of year tour/November Internationals

    Other than Bongi, which WP players don't belong there?
  13. Springboks end of year tour/November Internationals

    7 Stormers. 6 in the pack. Says it all really.
  14. Springboks end of year tour/November Internationals

    imho being a pro-rugby player must be one of the most kak jobs a man can have to earn a Rand.
  15. Yesterday
  16. Springboks end of year tour/November Internationals

    Oooooooo. Nou kan ek lekker op daai span kots.
  17. Springboks end of year tour/November Internationals

    : In the area text box "Find Emoticons" - type in a : and enter. That will bring up the entire list of emoticon icons.
  18. Springboks end of year tour/November Internationals

    What happened to that green vomiting emoji.....?
  19. Springboks end of year tour/November Internationals

    The Springbok team to play against Italy in Padova: 15. Andries Coetzee, Emirates Lions – 11 caps, 0 points 14. Dillyn Leyds, DHL Stormers – 7 caps, 5 points (1 try) 13. Jesse Kriel, Vodacom Bulls – 27 caps, 35 points (7 tries) 12. Francois Venter, Toyota Cheetahs – 5 caps, 0 points 11. Courtnall Skosan, Emirates Lions – 11 caps, 10 points (2 tries) 10. Handré Pollard, Vodacom Bulls – 24 caps, 198 points (2 tries, 31 con, 39 penalties, 3 drops goals) 9. Ross Cronje, Emirates Lions – 8 caps, 10 points (1 tries) 8. Duane Vermeulen, Toulon (France) – 38 caps, 10 points (2 tries) 7. Pieter-Steph du Toit, DHL Stormers – 30 caps, 20 points (4 tries) 6. Francois Louw, Bath (England) – 56 caps, 40 points (8 tries) 5. Lood de Jager, Vodacom Bulls – 34 caps, 20 points (4 tries) 4. Eben Etzebeth (captain), DHL Stormers – 65 caps, 15 points (3 tries) 3. Wilco Louw, DHL Stormers – 3 caps, 0 points 2. Bongi Mbonambi, DHL Stormers – 12 caps, 0 points 1. Tendai Mtawarira, Cell C Sharks – 97 caps, 10 points (2 tries) Replacements: 16. Chiliboy Ralepelle, Cell C Sharks – 22 caps, 0 points 17. Steven Kitshoff, DHL Stormers – 21 caps, 0 points 18. Trevor Nyakane, Vodacom Bulls – 35 caps, 5 points (1 try) 19. Franco Mostert, Emirates Lions/Ricoh Black Rams (Japan) – 17 caps, 0 points 20. Dan du Preez, Cell C Sharks – 1 cap, 0 points 21. Rudy Paige, Vodacom Bulls – 12 caps, 5 points (1 try) 22. Elton Jantjies, Emirates Lions/NTT Shining Arcs (Japan) – 21 caps, 201 points (2 tries, 37 conversions, 39 penalties) 23. Warrick Gelant, Vodacom Bulls – 0 caps, 0 points
  20. FUNNIES

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QDzwBy55Uk&feature=share
  21. The Wisdom thread - feel free to add

    Excellent. A first for me. Amazing how "obvious logic" can be turned into humour. And this is only for the non believers.
  22. Vasbyt Vlagman

    Is it safe to have a WC there?
  23. Zimbabwe

    This!
  24. Vasbyt Vlagman

    news in from our soon to be "nuclear build partners"......who wants to live in Europe these days? https://www.reuters.com/article/us-russia-nuclearpower-accident/russia-finds-1000-times-normal-level-of-radioactive-isotope-after-nuclear-incident-claims-idUSKBN1DL0X2
  25. Zimbabwe

    All on full "benefits"........these people have neither shame nor self-respect
  26. Last week
  27. Other Rugby Related News and Trivia

    Cape Town - Former Pumas coach Jimmy Stonehouse is reportedly on his way back to the Mpumalanga union. According to Netwerk24, Stonehouse will become the Pumas’ director of rugby, a new role created by the union. The Pumas are expected to make the announcement official in January 2018, the Afrikaans website reported. The 53-year-old Stonehouse was head coach of the Pumas between 2008 and 2015, before leaving to coach the Toshiba Brave Lupus club in Japan. Stonehouse will be at the forefront of the Pumas’ strategic plans for the future, while Brent Janse van Rensburg will remain as the team's head coach. The Pumas are hoping to acquire franchise status in order to participate in the Anglo-Welsh Cup in Europe. The Anglo-Welsh Cup is a knock-out competition featuring 12 English Premiership clubs and the four Welsh regions. English publication, BBC Sport, earlier this year reported that Premiership Rugby was investigating the possibility of introducing South African teams into the competition. According to the report, changes to rugby's calendar post-2019 would offer English rugby bosses the chance to invite Currie Cup teams into the developmental tournament. Griquas are believed to be the other team touted for the Anglo-Welsh Cup. The prospective competition would run during the international windows in November and February/March.
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