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Springboks break New Zealand All Blacks’ unbeaten run

Springbok flyhalf Patrick Lambie landed a last-minute penalty conversion to hand his side a 27-25 victory over the All Blacks at Ellis Park Stadium.

Sharks coach praises Lambie’s role in win over Free State

Sharks coach Brad Macleod-Henderson has highlighted Springbok back Patrick Lambie's performance after the match against Free State Cheetahs.

Close call for the Bokke as they pip the Brits

A lapse in judgement by England captain and good defensive back pedaling helped the Springboks beat the Roses 16-15 at a rainswept Twickenham.

Boks: Treading water at Twickenham

Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer is counting on the fact that victory, not conservative rugby, will be remembered, writes Andy Capostagno.

Lambie starts for Springboks in Dublin Test

Pat Lambie was named to start at flyhalf for the Springbok rugby Test against Ireland in Dublin on Saturday.

It’s Bok to the provinces

Following a Test match season that failed to ignite for South Africa, the domestic year draws to a close over the next month in schizophrenic fashion.

Sharks upset Lambie can’t play against Lions

Springbok utility back Patrick Lambie's unavailability for Currie Cup duty this week has left Sharks coach John Plumtree a frustrated man.

Schalk Burger named SA rugby player of the year

Schalk Burger has become only the fifth player to win the South African Rugby Union's rugby player of the year award more than once.

Francois Steyn out of Tri-Nations NZ clash

A hamstring injury has ruled Springbok full-back Francois Steyn out of the Tri-Nations Test against New Zealand.

Mostert, Lambie called in for Bok-NZ Test

Lock Gerhard Mostert and Patrick Lambie at fullback are set for their first starts in the Springboks' Tri-Nations Test against the All Blacks.

Sharks draw with Lions 30-30

Flyhalf Patrick Lambie instigated a second-half comeback as the Sharks snatched a 30-30 draw against the Lions in their clash at Ellis Park.

Itinerant Crusaders on Shark hunt in London

The homeless Canterbury Crusaders say losing is not an option this weekend as they play the Coastal Sharks in London.

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