There hasn't been a lot of Springboks who have covered themselves in glory in 2017.After a top start to the year with five successive Test wins against France and Argentina, the Boks only managed two more victories in their last eight matches of the year.Kwesé Play now in South Africa!Kwesé Play has hit the South African market! Turn your TV into a Smart TV and stream over 100 channels, including the first three months of Netflix on us!
Since South Africa's reintroduction to international sport the Springboks' greatest weapons against the so-called minnows of the rugby world were their physicality and set-piece prowess.The Bok pack would pound the opposition into submission by driving off the lineout and carrying it up hard down the middle. They would then strike out wide when their opponents started to run out of gas.But in 2015 it became clear that this plan of pounding the minnows until they break wasn't working anymore.
Wolseley is a small town about 130km outside Cape Town where a firm handshake is still regarded as proper etiquette.The Breede Valley town is renowned for its icy winters and the one-and-only butchery which sells the most amazing steaks. But it's now also known for producing new Springbok tighthead Wilco Louw, whose handshake is almost as potent as his ability to scrum opponents into the dirt. "Wilco has got an unbelievable handshake. Actually, it's frightening.
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