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Springbok loose-head prop Steven Kitshoff was part of a Springbok front row that didn’t quite get it’s due rewards against Ireland.
PARIS. – There’s a general rugby understanding that the Springboks take teams to dark places from a physical perspective, but France, if anything is to be read from them, are ready for the Boks’ rugby ‘violence’ when they meet at the Stade de France on Sunday.
The 46th contest between these teams will see the most physical and ferocious packs in the tournament squaring up against each other.
That France reckon the Boks are violent comes f
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