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Watch: Springbok’s World Cup hat-trick history

Watch: Springbok’s World Cup hat-trick history

Rugby World Cup: Springboks scrumhalf, Cobus Reinach, scored three tries in 10 minutes vs a hapless Canada at the Rugby World Cup. The Springboks ran in 10 tries, including seven in a first-half that featured scrum-half Reinach’s 11-minute treble. That was quicker than Australia fullback Chris Latham’s 25-minute hat-trick in a 142-0 thrashing of Namibia

South Africa demolish 14-man Canada to enter Rugby World Cup last eight

South Africa demolish 14-man Canada to enter Rugby World Cup last eight

South Africa secured their place in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals with a 66-7 victory against 14-man Canada in Kobe. Canada, who conceded 48 points against Italy and 63 against New Zealand in their opening matches, again found the going tough in Pool B as they shipped 10 tries to the dominant Springboks. Northampton’s Cobus Reinach helped himself

South Africa vs Canada – Rugby World Cup FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time, and team news from Misaki Park Stadium

South Africa vs Canada – Rugby World Cup FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time, and team news from Misaki Park Stadium

SOUTH AFRICA face Canada with one foot already in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals. The Springboks sit second on ten points, thanks to their better head-to-head record over Italy – but a bonus point victory over the North Americans would secure their spot in the next round. South Africa eased past Italy in their last match to put them firmly in contention

Rugby World Cup 2019, South Africa vs Canada: live score and latest updates from Kobe

Rugby World Cup 2019, South Africa vs Canada: live score and latest updates from Kobe

Kick-off at 11.15am in latest Pool B game from Kobe Remembering the Battle of Boet Erasmus from 1995 Rugby World Cup 2019 Wallchart Predictor: How do you see the tournament progressing? T he tournament's bare-chested, body-painted super-fan is behind the underdogs today. H ello and welcome to our latest text commentary of the action from Rugby World

South Africa v Canada: Rugby World Cup 2019 – live!

South Africa v Canada: Rugby World Cup 2019 – live!

Looks like Canada have won the toss, and will kick off. Springboks (@Springboks) 🇨🇦 won toss 👟 chose to kick off 💻 Follow the action right here ➡️ https://t.co/OLNEASnscW #StrongerTogether #RWC2019 #RSAvCAN pic.twitter.com/cFePBMhQRb October 8, 2019 South Africa aren’t officially through to the quarter-finals, but they’re very close. The only team

South Africa vs Canada – Rugby World Cup FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news from Misaki Park Stadium

South Africa vs Canada – Rugby World Cup FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news from Misaki Park Stadium

SOUTH AFRICA face Canada with one foot already in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals. The Springboks sit second on ten points, thanks to their better head-to-head record over Italy – but a bonus point victory over the North Americans would secure their spot in the next round. South Africa eased past Italy in their last match to put them firmly in contention

Rugby-Canada in party mode as Springboks challenge looms

Rugby-Canada in party mode as Springboks challenge looms

KOBE (Reuters) - If Canada’s players are feeling nervous ahead of Tuesday’s Rugby World Cup game against twice champions South Africa they are not showing it, with coach Kingsley Jones saying the squad is in party mood ahead of the Pool B clash in Kobe. The Springboks are expected to cruise to victory and seal a quarter-final berth but Jones says his

Kolisi keen to keep on playing in search for best form

Kolisi keen to keep on playing in search for best form

KOBE (Reuters) - South Africa are expected to breeze past Canada in Tuesday’s Rugby World Cup match but while the Springboks see the game as a chance to rest key players ahead of the knockout stages captain Siya Kolisi is happy not to have been left on the sidelines. After a knee injury had threatened to rule him out of the tournament altogether, Kolisi