The Springboks will play a Test in Adelaide for the first time when they line up against the Wallabies in the first of their two Rugby Championship matches in Australia.
Argentina coach Mario Ledesma launched a scathing attack on Rugby Championship bosses, claiming his side were “disrespected” after a captain’s photoshoot went ahead without anyone from the Pumas.
Handre Pollard admitted that while the Springboks were bitterly disappointed following their 30-17 defeat against Australia on Saturday, they can’t “feel sorry” for themselves for too long. You may also like
The Wallabies scored two tries in each half to hand the Springboks their second straight defeat and earn a bonus-point victory in Brisbane on Saturday. You may also like
Captain Siya Kolisi says the post-match review following last Sunday’s defeat to the Wallabies made for “difficult” but insightful viewing. You may also like
Springbok coach Jacques Nienaber says they are happy with the “alignment” over communication with officials and the feedback framework from World Rugby. You may also like
Trevor Nyakane says the Springbok pack have learned their lessons from the first Test against Australia and are determined to “go hard” at the Wallabies in the second Test in Brisbane on Saturday. You may also like
Springbok assistant coach Deon Davids says there is full faith in Handre Pollard to rediscover his best goal-kicking form as this Saturday’s rematch against the Wallabies approaches. You may also like
Siya Kolisi says the Springboks will give the Wallabies “the respect they deserve” as they seek their first win in Australia since 2013 in Sunday’s Rugby Championship clash. You may also like
Faf de Klerk says the Springboks are expecting a high-paced battle that will test their defensive resolve when they face the Wallabies this Sunday. You may also like