RUGBY WORLD CUP 2015 - SEMI FINALS

Our Springboks have made it to the Semi-Finals of RWC2015 after a narrow victory over Wales this past weekend. How ever we managed it, we have made it and now have to face the ultimate test against the All Blacks this weekend. Here's who joins us in the Semi-Finals clashes:
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THE SEMI-FINAL LINE-UP:   The Springboks VS The All Blacks on Saturday, 5pm at Twickenham. The Wallabies VS The Pumas on Sunday also at Twickenham at 5pm. The Winners will compete in the finals the following weekend, October 31st. We support the Boks going into what will be a gruelling game for them, but one that they definitely can win! Good luck Springboks.

Schalk Burger, Nehe Milner-Skudder, Adam Ashley-Cooper and Joaquin Tuculet

Australia VS Scotland -  Another close nail-biter of a finisher was the Wallabies/Scotland game which saw the boys from Down Under just scrape by with a win courtesy of a last minute (literally 79th minute) penalty. The penalty was questionable, but referee's decisions are final and the Scots had 79 minutes before to put enough space between them and the Wallabies anyway. Australia now face Argentina in their World Cup Semi-Final.

Australia VS Scotland - Another close nail-biter of a finisher was the Wallabies/Scotland game which saw the boys from Down Under just scrape by with a win courtesy of a last minute (literally 79th minute) penalty. The penalty was questionable, but referee's decisions are final and the Scots had 79 minutes before to put enough space between them and the Wallabies anyway. Australia now face Argentina in their World Cup Semi-Final.

New Zealand VS France - The All Blacks broke the French World Cup curse by absolutely caning France over the weekend. With an astounding 9 tries, the All Blacks flattened France with their 62 - 13 victory. New Zealand have seemingly regained their composure as the team seemed a bit flat in previous outings. They have peaked at the perfect time and will be deadly against the Boks this weekend.

New Zealand players celebrate with Julian Savea after the big winger had scored the team's fourth try of the first half of the 2015 Rugby World Cup quarterfinal against France at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.

Argentina VS Ireland -  The darkhorse of the tournament was Ireland who, like Wales, played brilliantly to make it out of the Pool stages. Unfortunately the luck of the Irish would run out against Los Pumas who had a stellar game and put on a clinic. Winger Juan Imhoff injected great pace into the attack and scored two tries to set his team on the winning foot. The Argentinians face Australia over the weekend in a game which could very well go their way!

Argentina stun Ireland with four tries to win Cardiff thriller

South Africa VS Wales -  The Springboks slipped through with a narrow, nail-biting, last minute victory against a brilliant Welsh side who had the Boks pinned down to a loss right before the end. Great play from No.8 Duane Vermeulen picking at the Welsh' scrum and offering up a stunning flick gave captain Fourie du Preez all he needed to cross the try line for a Bok win. We now face New Zealand in the Semi-Finals in what will be the most difficult matchup of the tournament.

CHRIS FOY AT TWICKENHAM: Fourie du Preez broke Welsh hearts as South Africa booked their place in the World Cup semi-final with a hard-fought victory at Twickenham.

The world watched as the weekend's RWC Quarter-Finals thrilled all this past weekend. South Africa played Wales / France played New Zealand / Ireland played Argentina / Scotland played Australia.

Wales, Ireland and Scotland aim for the World Cup semi-finals on a seismic weekend of rugby in Twickenham and Cardiff.

The Rugby World Cup 2015 Semi-Finalists: New Zealand / Australia / South Africa / Argentina.  The Southern Hemisphere teams prove exactly why they are the top teams in the world as they steam-trained their way into the semi-finals showing yet again where the home of excellent rugby is.

The Rugby World Cup 2015 Semi-Finalists: New Zealand / Australia / South Africa / Argentina. The Southern Hemisphere teams prove exactly why they are the top teams in the world as they steam-trained their way into the semi-finals showing yet again where the home of excellent rugby is.

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