A b "Morne du Plessis".
33 At the time of his retirement following the 2003 World Cup he was South Africa's leading try scorer and most capped player.12 His last Tests were the five played against Australia when they toured to South Africa in 1933.17 He was elected President of the South African Rugby Board in 1956, a position he held until the post-apartheid South African Rugby Union was formed in 1991.A b "Francois Pienaar".You can also view All Springboks by Schools Players.South Africa national rugby union team have joined the IRB and International Hall of Fame.Players included in the squad for the 2018 outgoing tour are indicated in green.235 George DAlton ustralia Bishops 236 Pat Lyster ustralia 237 Paul Visser ustralia 238 Joe Nijkamp ustralia 239 Lappies Hattingh ustralia 240 Ginger Clark ustralia 241 Fred Smollan ustralia Grey High PE 242 Bunny Reid ustralia Grey High PE 243 John Apsey ustralia 244 Tallie.They started together in the Boks' next Test on 19 June against Italy, but not in the two teams' 26 June Test, and next started together against Ireland on 6 November 2010.
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26 Botha contributed significantly to the Springboks 1980 series win over the Lions, and also played for the World XV in the IRB Centenary Match at Twickenham.
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32 Joost van der Westhuizen also participated in the 1995 World cup victory, but went on to play in two more World Cups.John Smit and later surpassed by Matfield, but was regained by Smit.Retrieved "International Individual Records".Retrieved "Players and Officials: Johan le Roux (South Africa.Playing at scrum-half, van der Westhuizen played 89 Tests for South Africa and scored 38 tries.The world's most-capped lock pairing is that of Victor Matfield and Bakkies Botha, who have started together in 62 Tests.This gave him records for: sistemi di gioco al lotto Most points scored by any player in a Tri Nations match, surpassing Andrew Mehrtens (All Blacks.Archived from the original on 22 November 2016.34 He entered the International Hall of Fame two years after Pienaar, in 2007.He also played in the series against the All Blacks in 1928, but most notably captained the Springboks on their Grand Slam tour of 193132 when they defeated all four Home Nations.25 Du Plessis would be inducted into the International Hall of Fame in 1999.
Port elizabeth, south africa june 28: Lood de Jager and Handré Pollard during the Castle Lager Incoming Tour match between the Springboks and Scotland played at Nelson Mandela Stadium, Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
A b "Frik du Preez".