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Stormers and South African star winger Bryan Habana will miss up to 10 weeks of Super Rugby after tearing knee ligaments.
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South Africa’s Bryan Habana has won the International Rugby Players’ Association (IRPA) try of the year award for his score against New Zealand in September, it was announced Thursday.
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If you were the Springbok coach, what would your backline look like? Currently there are only a few experienced players who still look like they can do the business. It is really only Bryan Habana and JP Pietersen who look to be at international standard.
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Imagine for a moment that Morne Steyn was still the 90% kicker that he has been virtually his entire career.
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Disconnect yourself from Google, here’s a quick pop quiz without notice. Who is the leading try-scorer in Super Rugby this season?
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Having examined last week’s statistics in detail, let’s look ahead to the Australian Conference Super Rugby matches this weekend. Rebels v Waratahs, Friday 7:40pm at AAMI Park The last time the Waratahs paid the Rebels a visit they gave the home side a 43-point thrashing. That night the Rebels were left with the unenviable record [...]
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South Africa have suffered a blow ahead of Sunday’s Rugby World Cup quarter-final against Australia with forward enforcer Bakkies Botha ruled out through injury.
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Bryan Habana hopes his record-setting try for South Africa on Thursday perks up the man he eclipsed, Joost van der Westhuizen, who is fighting a fatal motor neurone disease.
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South Africa made five changes and welcomed back winger Bryan Habana to their team to play Namibia in a Rugby World Cup Pool D match at North Harbour on Thursday.
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Now that we’ve entered the year of the rugby World Cup, I thought it might be appropriate to pick a few ex-pats’ brains as to how they think the biggies will go in September and October. The following opinions were gathered on two different days at two different Sydney pubs.
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My attention was drawn to a comment on a website made by a rugby journalist representing a top private television station in South Africa, saying that the Springboks should admit now that passion alone won’t win them games.
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All the pressure is on superstar Springboks winger Bryan Habana rather than young Wallabies opposite James O’Connor going into Saturday’s Tri-Nations rugby Test.
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What a Test. 94,000 passionate Springboks fans. The biggest crowd ever (on official statistics) to watch a rugby match in South Africa. A must-win Tests for the Springboks. Elation with minutes to go. And with time up, despair as the All Blacks scored a sensational breakaway try.
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I just came to the conclusion the Boks will fail horribly this weekend, and coming from me, that is a lo to sayt! Here is why: the coaching staff keep assigning the wrong people for the wrong game plan.
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Bold as brass, Wallabies wonderboy James O’Connor has no fears of marking world rugby’s best winger Bryan Habana with just 40 minutes of experience in the position.
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South Africa have made four changes to their starting XV for the Tri-Nations rugby clash with the Wallabies in Brisbane on Saturday night.
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Bryan Habana equalled South Africa’s try-scoring record as the Springboks swamped Italy 55-11 in the second Test at Buffalo City Stadium Saturday.
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Bryan Habana nailed the bonus-point fourth try right on fulltime but it was the forwards who set up the Stormers’ 33-0 whitewash of the Otago Highlanders in Super 14 rugby at Newlands Stadium on Saturday.
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The most important consideration in selecting a rugby side, and this is the view of Alan Jones, who was an excellent selector, is to get the shape of the side right.
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A brilliant Bryan Habana hat-trick fired the Barbarians to just their second ever win over New Zealand – the international selection running out 25-18 victors at Twickenham on Saturday.
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