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Jul 19, 2001:  The Wallabies may have just claimed a first ever series win over the British Lions but they can expect no let up under new coach Eddie Jones' regime
Jul 19, 2001:  South African Sports minister Ngconde Balfour has agreed to put aside his differences with Springbok coach Harry Viljoen and has given his full support for the side chosen to play against the All Blacks at Newlands on Saturday
Jul 19, 2001:  His recent two-match suspension for illegal tacking won't prevent Springbok flyhalf Butch James from getting stuck into the All Blacks in Saturday's first Tri-Nations Test at Newlands in Cape Town
Jul 18, 2001:  Springbok coach Harry Viljoen on Wednesday admitted to being surprised by the inclusion of Tony Brown ahead of Andrew Mehrtens in the All Black side for Saturday's Tri-Nation scrap
Jul 18, 2001:  Springbok coach Harry Viljoen on Wednesday said he is happy that he found a good blend between experienced and "special" young players to do well against the All Blacks in Saturday's Tri-Nations pipe opener at Newlands
Jul 18, 2001:  Springbok coach Harry Viljoen has made 10 changes, of which two are positional, to the side that demolished Italy three weeks ago for Saturday's opening Tri-Nations game against New Zealand in Cape Town
Jul 18, 2001:  Tony Brown has been selected ahead of Andrew Merhtens for the All Black team to play the Springboks in the Tri-Nations opener in Cape Town on Saturday
Jul 18, 2001:  A crowd of about 6000 men, women and children braved heavy rain, winds gusting past 60 km/h and bone-chilling cold to fill the Morkel Stadium in the Strand on Tuesday to catch a glimpse of the 26-member All Blacks rugby squad training
Jul 18, 2001:  Veteran Springbok scrumhalf Joost van der Westhuizen has hit back at critics who claim his distribution is not up to international standard
Jul 18, 2001:  Wallaby five-eighth Stephen Larkham is out of the first Tri-Nations clash against South Africa in Pretoria on Saturday week due to a shoulder injury
Jul 17, 2001:  The Australian Rugby Union predicted on Tuesday an economic bonanza of up to $500 million US from the 2003 Rugby World Cup after denying a report the tournament would be shifted to France
Jul 17, 2001:  A win against the All Blacks on Saturday in the opening Tri-Nations game will be a tremendous boost for the Springboks, but a defeat would not be a train smash
Jul 17, 2001:  New Blues Super 12 assistant rugby coach Grant Fox has shied away from making dramatic promises about the team's prospects next season
Jul 17, 2001:  A foot injury has ruled Johan Erasmus out of contention for a place in the Springbok team for the away leg of the Tri-Nations
Jul 17, 2001:  Springbok flank Corne Krige has been ruled out of the Tri-Nations Test against the All Blacks in Cape Town on Saturday after suffering a recurrence of an upper-thigh injury
Jul 16, 2001:  Springbok coach Harry Viljoen on Monday said the Wallabies will be the team to beat in this year's Tri-Nations series
Jul 16, 2001:  Former All Black captain Taine Randell said the omission of Rassie Erasmus from the Springbok squad came as a big surprise to him
Jul 16, 2001:  New Zealand, pushed into the rugby shadows by Australia's first-ever series triumph over the Lions, have vowed to bring their trans-Tasman rivals back to earth in the Tri-Nations tournament
Jul 16, 2001:  The All Blacks weren't anxious but still interested to see whether the International Rugby Board (IRB) would allow South African prop Cobus Visagie to play in next Saturday's opening Tri-Nations match at Newlands
Jul 15, 2001:  No matter what South Africans may feel about their Springbok rugby side, the All Blacks are not buying into the spin that they are going to be pushovers
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