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Jacobus Francois Pienaar: (born 2 January 1967) is a South African former rugby union player. He played flanker for South Africa (the Springboks) from 1993 until 1996, winning 29 international caps, all of them as captain. He is best known for leading South Africa to victory in the 1995 Rugby World Cup.

Jacobus Francois Pienaar: (born 2 January 1967) is a South African former rugby union player. He played flanker for South Africa (the Springboks) from 1993 until 1996, winning 29 international caps, all of them as captain. He is best known for leading South Africa to victory in the 1995 Rugby World Cup.

Morné du Plessis: (born 21 October 1949 in Krugersdorp, Transvaal Province, now Gauteng) is a former South African rugby union player. He is often described as one of the Springboks' most successful captains. Playing at number 8, his national career spanned ten years, five of which he was captain. He was also the manager of the 1995 Springboks which won the famous 1995 Rugby World Cup final.

Morné du Plessis: (born 21 October 1949 in Krugersdorp, Transvaal Province, now Gauteng) is a former South African rugby union player. He is often described as one of the Springboks' most successful captains. Playing at number 8, his national career spanned ten years, five of which he was captain. He was also the manager of the 1995 Springboks which won the famous 1995 Rugby World Cup final.

Rugby History : today 22/12 in 1951   Wales 3-6 South Africa (Springboks #rugby tour 1951)   Wales lost 6-3 to the Springboks at the National Stadium in Cardiff, a match billed as for the unofficial world championship. The inspirational Bleddyn Williams scored the Welsh try but his effort was cancelled out by a Springbok effort from Chum Ochse and a drop-goal from Hannes Brewis. The Boks had already beaten Scotland & Ireland, setting up a Grand Slam which was achieved with victory over…

Rugby History : today 22/12 in 1951 Wales 3-6 South Africa (Springboks #rugby tour 1951) Wales lost 6-3 to the Springboks at the National Stadium in Cardiff, a match billed as for the unofficial world championship. The inspirational Bleddyn Williams scored the Welsh try but his effort was cancelled out by a Springbok effort from Chum Ochse and a drop-goal from Hannes Brewis. The Boks had already beaten Scotland & Ireland, setting up a Grand Slam which was achieved with victory over…

We may be diverse, but there’s one thing we all share, our undying love for the green and gold.

We may be diverse, but there’s one thing we all share, our undying love for the green and gold.