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Springbok great Jan Ellis succumbs to cancer

Springbok great Jan Ellis succumbs to cancer | 15.co.za | | Rugby News, Live Scores, Results, Fixtures

The South African Rugby Union on Friday expressed its deep sadness at the passing of legendary former Springbok looseforward, Jan Ellis. The one-time joint record holder for the number of Springbok ...

Colin Meads charges forward with the ball under his broken arm, as Frik Du Preez challenges in the third test between New Zealand and South Africa in 1970

The McLook rugby collection

The McLook rugby collection - Third test 1970 - Personal collection of pictures with match descriptions.

Newlands - 1962

Newlands 1962.

That day the British Lions were beaten 8-3. Some players; Dawie de Villiers,Jannie Engelbrecht(no.14) Abie Malan and Johan Claassen. On the roof of the Railway stand is the broadcast box where the likes of Kim Shippy and Gerard Viviers did their thing. Photo:Thanks to Andre Heys for permitting the use this photo.

1956 - Blacks 17 / Boks 10 This picture shows Ron Jardin (No2) throwing the ball into the lineout. The Springboks in the picture are Chris Koch, Bertus van der Merwe (hands on knees), Johan Claassen, Salty du Rand, Jaap Bekker (head showing behind du Rand) Dawie Ackermann (hands on knees third from last), Daan Retief and Butch Lochner.

The McLook rugby collection

The McLook rugby collection - '56 Third Test - Personal collection of pictures with match descriptions.

France-All Blacks 1973 Debouts: Bénésis, Iraçabal, Azarète, Biémouret, Saïsset, Cester, Estève, l'arbitre M D'Arcy, Palmade, juge de touche français- Assis: Bertranne, Dourthe, Spanghero, Cantoni, Lux, Campaes- Devant: Barrau et Romeu./

Les héros du 10 février 73

Ce samedi-là, les All Blacks clôturaient une incroyable tournée de trois mois et demi (fin octobre-mi février) après avoir surclassé en septembre les Australiens (38-3). En Europe, ils avaient battu Gallois (19-16),...

V France at Eden Park 1961. ABs l to r: Dennis Young, Wilson Whineray, Nev MacEwan and Ian Clarke.

Wilson Whineray

Wilson Whineray tries to grab the ball during a test match against the French at Eden Park on 22 July 1961. Dennis Young (left) and Nev MacEwan and Ian Clarke (right) look on. New Zealand won 13-6. Whineray’s All Black career began in 1957, and the last of his 77 games for...