Despite none featuring among the nominees for the Player of the Year award, five Springboks have been named in World Rugby’s Men’s 15s Dream Team of the Year on Wednesday.
A Sharks team featuring several returning Springboks proved too strong for the Vodacom Bulls in a Vodacom United Rugby Championship clash in Durban on Friday night.
Lukhanyo Am says the Springboks are feeling fresh and in a good mental space as they look forward to their Tests against Wales, Scotland and England next month.
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