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All Blacks vs South Africa – Oh No Not Again!@#

Cullen shifted to full back. Umaga off for Alatini. The commentators like this. The All Blacks seem to be spurred too. For a while. Hoeft comes on for Dowd.

Unfortunately however the handling errors continue and at three quarters time the boks still lead.

We are waiting…

And waiting…

Oh no, here we go again !@#

Maybe it would be better if we just forget the whole week. Hopefully this time the country will take it a little less personally.

All credit to the Boks.

Play by play

12 – 19 7 mins: Penalty Honiball hits the bar
15 – 19 11 mins: Penalty Mehrtens (5 from 6)
18 – 19 27 mins: Penalty Mehrtens (6 –from 7)
18 – 22 35 mins: Drop kick Montgomery


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