Monday, July 24, 2006

All Black tidal wave hits wounded springboks

By Tarryn Le Chat

This past Saturday’s Test match between the heavyweights, the All Black and Springboks, has proven the Black tide cannot be stopped even when playing without eight of their best men.

In another show stopping case, the Boks looked empted and ready for action, scoring a try in the first seventeen seconds of the first half.

Although, during the course of the match, the Boks gave away unnecessary penalties, as Kiwi flyhalf, Daniel Carter, capitalised by scoring twenty-five points on penalties alone.

The Boks discipline and defence was like the Great Wall of China, but unfortunately was penetrated and knocked down in the end.

Bok coach, Jake White, claims his side has silenced the critics after their performance on Saturday. White undoubtedly believes the Boks can win the 2007 Rugby World Cup.

Furthermore, White says, when his injured players are back in the playing arena with team-mates who stood up and were counted in the test match, the Boks will give both the Wallabies and the Kiwi’s a run for their money.

The Springboks will now leave for Sydney, Australia, for their next Tri-Nations test match on the fifth of august.

Meanwhile, the Wallabies and the All Blacks will clash this Saturday which will prove to be one test match not to be missed.


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