Celebrating the Vodacom Super 14 victory! Would you buy:
1. A limited edition autographed and framed photograph of the Vodacom Super 14 Final?
2. A commemorative medallion?
3. A DVD of the highlights of the Vodacom Super 14?
4. A cd with new Blue Bulls songs?
All of the above
Number 1 and 2
Number 1 and 3
Number 3 and 4
Number 1 and 4
Number 2 and 3
 


The Vodacom Bulls thank their fans for their great support during the 2007 Vodacom Super 14 season.

Vodacom Bulls Babes auditions
Posted on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 11:52
The word is out that the Vodacom Bulls Babes are currently having auditions to meet the demand for appearances during the Currie Cup season. While the Vodacom Bulls Babes sets the benchmark for rugby stadium entertainment, appearances by the Babes at company functions are just as popular. The Vodacom Bulls Babes have also recently performed with well known artists such as Dozi, Nicolas Louw, Karen Zoid and Robbie Wessels. These talented young ladies have a busy schedule until December each year.

Talented dancers should contact the Vodacom Bulls Babes at 0762429870 or send an email to jumpsprt@mweb.co.za to find out more about the auditions to be held until 27 June.

(The media to contact the manager of the Vodacom Bulls Babes project, Danie Haasbroek at 082 408 6680 for details)


Blue Bulls Blog
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Posted by Ander Marcel (Witbank) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 11:53
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Posted by Ligblou Baron (Pretoria) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 11:56
ag nee, ek's al weer 'n agter ossie hier oppi bulle se blog
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 12:03
Miskien moet ons 'n smssie stuur oor die oudisie aan BOBSie - dink julle 'sy' sal die bulls babes maak?
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 12:05
MORE BLOU FAMILIE!!
Posted by bloutril (BLUEBULLS="WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:31
ronnie LOL

BOBsie moet net 'haar' beenhare skeer en daai lippies 'hoer' rooi maak, dan staan sy ín moerse goeie kans
Posted by Goempie (Blou Bul Land) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:31
geluk royalblue,jy het die eerste rondte in die kol!!
of te wel,ronnie!!
Posted by bloutril (BLUEBULLS="WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:31
Wpstorm nou is jou kans!!
apply!!
bite*me en mchaela j kan ook inskryf!!!
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:33
Blou_ril

Jy is stil op superbru - wat gaan aan? Sien tot die Aussies reken Butch is nie ons antwoord nie. Hulle reken Steyn is die man maar is baie bang vir DH
Posted by Goempie (Blou Bul Land) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:37
Ou Goempie, ons kry die Cambells dat hulle sing 'As bobsie haar boude swaai.....' vir die oudisie...

BlouT__ ek't so geskrik toe ek sien ek's reg - ek't eintlik regtig gehoop ek's verkeerd....
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:37
Goempie, as die ausies se hulle is bang vir 'n ou dan moet jy weet hulle wil juis he jy moet hom speel - SKELM is nie die woord vir daai klomp nie - is in die gene...
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:38
Ronnie dit is so - die bere van down under is maar skelm. Maar dit is nie die spelers wat so reken nie, dis die rugby publiek
Posted by Goempie (Blou Bul Land) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:40
Blou_ril....jammer boytjie ons kannie inskryf nie...staan nie 'n kaans teen jou. Jy sal mos los hande instap! Of hoe? he he he...
Posted by Michael J (Durban) (Durban) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:41
goempie,ek blog mos nie daar nie!!!
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:42
ronnie,met dai klein punteverskil voorspellings sal n n man se hart laat staan.ek waag maar nie sulke kanse nie!!
dit is te close!!
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:48
goempie daar is CC ook op superbru!!!
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:49
michaela

ek wil so se,JS en BS gaan nie toelaat dat hulle Moffie ander mans diens nie!!!
*LOL*
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:50
die aussies se defence was net goed,jean moet net beter besluite neem of plek maak vir wynand!!
dan was ek in die kol!!!
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:53
die aussies wen amper die bokke met hulle eie game!!
30% balbesit en defend of jou lewe daarvan afhang!!
schalk vir die bulls?
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:53
exactly bloutrilletjie....exactly *LOL* On second thoughts don't enter! Otherwise all the other girls will pull out!.... Of embarrassment! ha! ha! ha!
Posted by Michael J (Durban) (Durban) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:54
hoe kan LW sy hand opsteek as schalk so kookwater is?
dan wil die eenogige webmaster van die chokers nog se ruan moes eerder mom gewees het!!
idioot!!,choker!!
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:54
Blou_ril
Ek dog jy is CAP van die bloubul bloggers. Ek sien daar is CC ook daar

Michaela het jy nou weer niks om te doen nie, nou kom doen jy dit hier???
Posted by Goempie (Blou Bul Land) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:55
dit almal dieselfde goempie,join en jy sal sien!!
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:55
die aussie forwards het ons darem ore aangesit in die skrums!!
wat het ek gese van BJ?
as die ref eendag sy oe oopmaak,gaan hy ons genadeloos straf!! en ek moet se die aussies het die ref se onervarendheid lekker uitgebuit!!
gregan bly wys vir die ref,BJ skrum skeef!!
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:57
Springbok coach Jake White believes Australia are on track to win an unprecedented third Rugby World Cup in France.

Wat probeer hy nou sÍ? Laasweek sou hy nog die beker gewen het, nou verander sy song bietjie
Posted by Goempie (Blou Bul Land) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:58
"One paper in South Africa said the Australian side is world class, but the front row is an average Currie Cup front row, we took a bit of motivation from that," Dunning said.
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:58
Goempie....krap ek jou hol hare ook vir jou om? mooi...mooi! ha! ha!
Posted by Michael J (Durban) (Durban) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:58
Dis nou wat die NZders te se het oor die Trinations:
It has been an annual entry in Graham Henry's must-fix dossier - a small portfolio but with a grisly recurring theme. Nothing, bar the World Cup search, has tortured the All Black coach more.
How to beat the Springboks in their own backyard?
Three times under Henry's tutelage, the All Blacks have travelled to South Africa and on each visit they have been defeated.
The yearly stain began at Ellis Park in 2004 with supplementary chapters from Newlands in 2005 and the Royal Bafokeng Stadium last year. The scripts are especially galling for Henry as his teams have lost just four of 39 internationals since he took over.
Test No 40 at Kings Park in Durban, in the early hours of Sunday morning, stands as the start of the All Blacks' Tri-Nations campaign and a mini-watershed in this season's search for World Cup glory.
Much has been made of Henry's ceding even more advantage to the Springboks and South African rugby this season by withdrawing the All Blacks from the bulk of the Super 14 series before the Bulls beat the Sharks in a dramatic final.
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 13:59
The rotation and resting of All Blacks, the reconditioning, the positional experiments, a messy victory against Canada - they have all conspired to raise the stakes and uncertainty about the All Blacks' fate this weekend.
Some of that hyperbole took a hit yesterday about the time the weary All Blacks sank into their airport hotel beds after seeing off Canada 64-13 in Hamilton and before the early morning wakeup calls for their flight to South Africa.
The heavily favoured Springboks lost three senior forwards to injury and needed two late dropped goals from wunderkind Francois Steyn to overhaul the Wallabies, a side whose losing hoodoo in the Republic stretches back to 2000. At least the All Blacks won last year at Loftus Versfeld but they undid that headway with their sloppy defeat a week later at Rustenburg.
For some of the All Black party, this will be their third trip to South Africa this season and while they are playing at sea level that sort of travel schedule could blunt their edge.
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:00
Henry conceded those problems, saying his side may only train twice this week with the emphasis on recovery.
"We can't try too much otherwise they will not have enough fuel in the tank for the test," he said. "The record of this group is not good, played four won one, this is a big one."
Some of the rugby euphoria in South Africa after the Super 14 triumph and wins against England and Samoa plateaued after the Springboks struggled past the Wallabies 22-19.
After 10 minutes it was hard to see the Wallabies coping with the furnace-blast intensity of the Boks, but they defended with great passion against a home side which showed mono-dimensional attacking strategies. They also lost the leadership of captain John Smit to a hamstring problem while Juan Smith and Gurthro Steenkamp damaged knees.
From a 10-3 deficit, the Wallabies salted away 16 unanswered points and led seven minutes from time before Steyn saved the locals' reputation. The fright will make the Boks even more dangerous this weekend but there are questions about their selections and stilted approach.
Their first idea was to use one-off runners and there was little deviation from that crushing tactic. Problem was the Wallabies were resolute, dealt to an ineffective Boks scrum and had in George Gregan, Matt Giteau and George Smith players who could make something out of little. They came up short but not by much.
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:01
Ruan Pienaar and Butch James were flustered out of the game, Ashwin Willemse was rattled, Victor Matfield seemed to want to avoid confrontation in the safety of midfield while the fractious Bakkies Botha and Schalk Burger really tested calm English referee Wayne Barnes.
The heat on the All Blacks will come at their lineout where the Blues locking pair of Greg Rawlinson and Troy Flavell should be picked to replace their injured and paternity-leave teammates.
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:01
En so praat hulle publiek:
The other area of strong debate will be the choice of Aaron Mauger or Luke McAlister at second five-eighths, unless the selectors use both players as they did without great success in Hamilton.
Who will win this year's Tri-Nations?
The Tri-Nations kicked off for 2007 in the weekend with the Spring Boks' 22-19 win over the Wallabies. This weekend it's the turn of the All Blacks to take on the Boks.
It's a crucial year for all three teams in the run-up to the Rugby World Cup. Who do you think will win this year's Tri-Nations?
Here is the latest selection of Your Views:
Bruce
I think the Tri-nations will be decided on point differential this year with the teams winning at home, and losing away. I'm backing the 'boks to take it out, followed by the Wallabies then us. Interestingly enough South Africa and Australia are on course to meet in the World Cup final (We've never got past Australia in a play-off game at the World Cup, and I'm not picking anything to change in that regard this time around either), which was why the opening game was very fascinating to watch. Nothing between the two sides. If Australia can get a better differential at home that might see them sneak a third Tri-nation title, otherwise it'll be a third title for the South Africans.
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:02
Rich from Deep South
I'll go with Eddie (Eddie Jones) on this one (Tri-Nations). The A.B's are probably a month or two away from peaking. So we shouldn't expect or want to see them playing their best right now.So all is going according to plan. The Old Foe are cock-a-hoop at the mo but after watching their effort on the weekend against an over the hill Aussie outfit, the Boks reverted to type for 80% of the match i.e, Try and bash them up front. The Yarpeez will be up for this weeks match against the A.B's, as they always are... All Blacks by 5 to 10 but it really doesn't matter now does it.(We want Bill)

Hermanator
The Saffa's will need more than muscle and dropped goals to beat the AB's- Another titanic battle up ahead but the MIB should prevail- we are nowhere near reaching our potential, let's begin with the Boks. All blacks to win by 8 this week and also Bag the Tri Nations for 2007 as well.
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:03
Arron
The Japies haven't looked anything special this year. They are basically a 10-man team obsessed with kicking, attempting drop-goals on their own side of half-way. But the All Black backs seem to always panic when faced with rush-defence, usually lose their bottle after being tackled behind the advantage line a couple of times early.
Either way I hope the Japies don't win on drop goals. This is negative rugby and should not be rewarded with 3 points every time (why can't the IRB drop the value of a drop goal to 1 point?). If we can dominate up front early the AB's should cut lose in the 2nd half and win easily.
Chris
I doubt the ABs will win the Tri-Nations and to be honest I doubt anyone will really care who wins this years Tri-Nations as it is meaningless with the World Cup this year
The first half against Canada was the worst 40 minutes of football the All Blacks have played in many a year. It's obvious the squad won't be at their peak until a couple of months after the Tri-Nations. If the ABs play like that against the Boks or the Wallabies then they will beat us. A lot of work still to do for the ABs.
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:03
Fili (Sydney)
Well, I thought the Springboks had raised the bar but I knew the typical Wallabies' mental toughness and determination were capable of socking it to them and they almost did.
And for that, without being too biased but it brings me back to All Blacks confidence, considering the other two teams were virtually at full strength for the opener, meaning our boyz' will continue to dominate proceedings and there is no better start than at the most difficult venue of all - anywhere in South Africa. Then on to another titanic battle at Melbourne before finishing off at home. We may not repeat similar score lines parallel to '03 when 50 points were posted on these arch enemies in consecutive weeks, but I believe the All Blacks will get the job done - mark my words.
Trevor
I believe that the AB's have what it takes to win this Tri Nations. Granted, their performances to date this year have not been outstanding, but then they haven't had to pull out all the stops. The Wallabies surprised with their defence against the Boks, however, with the exception of Giteau, they are lacking class and true attack and are relying too much on the likes of Larkham and Gregan who are showing their age and lack of pace. The Boks are playing their old game of forward dominance, but had to rely on the boot of a late comer to see them home against the Wallabies who are looking dismal, albeit played their best game of the season. The AB's are of course missing some key players, especially in the locks, however we have the depth to succeed. Whatever the outcome, we should see some great rugby over the next few weeks, then look forward to the RWC.
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:03
Paul (Auckland)
The ABs will win the Tri Nations. In fact, if they do as I think they will and thrash the Springboks by 20 points plus in Durban this weekend, it will be a huge psychological blow ahead of the WC. Australia will be better than everyone thinks this year. All Blacks have the ability to find gaps and finish tries unlike the Boks and Wallabies who struggle to complete the job when they are at the other end. The ABs may drop one match ahead of the World Cup, but when they need to they can and will beat any other rugby team. Despite the generally ridiculously negative and overly critical New Zealand public and media who dissect every ABs match and are loathe to give them any praise - the ABs will prevail this year and the victory will be the sweetest ever. The ABs winning the Tri Nations and then the WC in October will give the NZRU power to force the IRB into some big changes; namely the new Stellenbosch Rules which are desperately needed and will restore the spectacle of the game, and a rethink of the number of test matches and when they are played.

Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:04
niemand se iets van die ref nie,hy het seker n goeie game gehad?
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:04
ronnie
Die laaste keer wat die ABs vir ons bang was het ek al vergeet, miskien voor 1995. Daai ouens weet ons is maar net average spannetjie met geen aanvals vermoŽ nie, en dit is die skuld van die backline coach, Coetzee, ek dink nie die knaap het ooit self rugby gespeel nie
Posted by Goempie (Blou Bul Land) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:07
BLOU_RIL sorry ek reply nou 1s was in plant, inskryf?
Posted by BITE*ME (SHARK TANK) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:07
BLOU_RIL

Die ref het ín goeie game gemis ja. As hy beter geblaas het kon hy dalk ín beter game gekyk het
Posted by Goempie (Blou Bul Land) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:08
goempie
ek stem saam met jou oord ai coetzee manntejie!!
maar nou ja,dit is AA niemand durf waag om hom te vervang nie!!
uiters swak afrigter met die beste talent in die wereld!!
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:12
Praat jy nou van Gregan? Yip as ref het hy nogal nie sleg gedoen nie (mits jy nou 'n Ausie is - wonder hoekom ons nie ook die ref so intimideer nie...)
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:12
Ou Goempie die AB's het 'n probleem - hulle is amptelik NO 1. in die wereld - elke jaar - maar hulle het nog nie die WB's gewen om dit te bewys nie. Hulle choke oor maar lekker in die groot games - op die dag spring die bal reg of nie....
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:14
Ek dink daai ingilsman (ref) was nog baie suurgat omdat ons die rosies so verniel het. Maar wag maar, Saterdag is daar 'n Fransman - hy's seker nog suurgat omdat die AB's die parraboude so gebraai het.... die keer is die ref aan ons kant....
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:16
That is how South Africa plays. They want to be in your face, they are a physical side. So, you have got to keep your discipline," he said.
"Rugby is a game of intimidation and the physical nature of the game means you are always going to get some pushing and shoving from time to time."
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:18
Springbok captain John Smit "will be considered for selection" for South Africa's Tri-Nations encounter with New Zealand in Durban on Saturday, but in a strange twist his Sharks teammate Bismarck du Plessis has been placed on standby.
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:19
Flank Juan Smith has a bruised thigh and he has a "good" chance of playing - depending on how responds to treatment.

Prop GurthrŲ Steenkamp's knee injury has been downgraded from possible ligament damage to just a bruised knee. He will be reassessed later in the week and will also be considered.

Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:19
Almal kak en kerm nou oor Vic wat nie so baie met die ref gepraat het soos wat Gregan gedoen het nie (en soos JS gewoonlik doen nie) maar onthou dis die eerste game wat hy as kaptein speel vir die bokke
Posted by Goempie (Blou Bul Land) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:20
Enigste ding wat teen die AB's tel Saterdag is vlugflouheid. Dis al hoekom ek dink ons het dalk `n kans. Maar hulle is die span om te wen. Dit hang natuurlik af wie Jake in die beseerdes se plek gaan sit. Ook wie skrumskakel en losskakel gaan speel.
Posted by goeters (BlouBul - Weet nie van verloor nie) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:22
Ou Goempie, hy was nie eers veronderstel om die kaptein te wees nie. Jake behandel hom mos soos hondedrek.
Maar nieteenstaande, hy weet mos dis die job van 'n kaptein om se mond oop te maak - hy ken elke triek van Gregan - dis nie asof hy nog NOOIT kamptein was nie....
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:22
Ek sien Joe van Niekerk gaan definitief Northampton toe. Dankie tog, baai Joe!!
Posted by goeters (BlouBul - Weet nie van verloor nie) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:24
Goeters wil hulle nie vir BOB ook koop nie?
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:25
Victor laat sy vertonings lei,dit help nie om te kerm of te kla by die ref nie!!
VICTOR maak bloubul besluite by n konserwatiewe span,die bloubulle speel om driee te druk die bokke speel om te draw!!
hoe kan joke,VICTOR question omdat hy driee wil druk?
joke wil maar vir stinkgat kaptein maak nou soek hy verskonings!!
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:27
ronnie

Hulle koop nie K@K nie
Posted by Goempie (Blou Bul Land) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:27
joe gaan eers besluit as hy nie die WC team maak nie,hy kan sommer more op die plane klim,ons sal hom nie mis nie,vat sommer vir butch,jS en stinkgat saam!!
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:28
joke smeer net die aussies jam om die bek deur te se,hulle gaan gaan die WC wen!!
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:30
Dis reg BlouT_ as jake vir vic intrek dan sal vic ook weet wat is wat.
Gregan is 'n ou kalant hy't geweet die ref is onervare en baie jonk en hy't die situasie ten volle uitgebuit en vic het dit toegelaat. DInk net as Vic net so hard met hom gepraat het oor die ausies se spel wat sou dan gebeur het.
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:30
South African television has captured fascinating footage of Springboks coach Jake White telling his troops they have shown they'll win the Rugby World Cup in rallying to beat Australia 22-19 in Cape Town on Saturday.

Huddled together in the victorious dressing room, White looked into his players' eyes and told them next week's Tri Nations Test against the All Blacks was what they were born for.

It was dramatic stuff and gave a passionate insight into what playing for the Springboks means to South Africans.

Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:30
"At 16-10, I could see in your eyes that you actually believed you could win this game. I just said to someone after the game, 'That's how you win a World Cup'," White
"Put that into your memory bank. That's how you win a World Cup.
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:31
Goempie - hulle koop dan vir Joe ?????
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:31
JW het mos vir Stinkstert laat terugkom van oorsee af nÍ? Wonder wat het JW vir BOB belowe, want hy sal dit nie meer vir hom kan gee na die WC nie. JW se kontrak gaan nie hernu word nie. Nuwe afrigter en BOB is ook uit
Posted by Goempie (Blou Bul Land) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:32
Flank Juan Smith has a bruised thigh and he has a "good" chance of playing - depending on how responds to treatment.

Prop GurthrŲ Steenkamp's knee injury has been downgraded from possible ligament damage to just a bruised knee. He will be reassessed later in the week and will also be considered.

No prop cover has been called into the squad.

* Meanwhile it was revealed that loose forward Bob Skinstad's injured shoulder, which ruled him out of last week's opening Tri-Nations match against Australia, is still a cause for concern.

Skinstad will also be reassessed later in week, but has also been placed in the "will be considered for selection" bracket.

Scrum-half Fourie du Preez (shoulder) and wing Bryan Habana (knee) are both remaining with squad and will continue to be treated and assessed for the injuries that have ruled them out in recent weeks.
Posted by goeters (BlouBul - Weet nie van verloor nie) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:32
Jake White het dieselfde met Breyton Paulse gedoen. TEruggenooi van Frankryk en nou sit hy sonder `n kontrak. WP wil hom nie meer hÍ nie.
Hy is oor die muur, maar hel dis nou stank vir dank!!
Posted by goeters (BlouBul - Weet nie van verloor nie) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:33
ronnie
Joe stink nie LOL
Posted by Goempie (Blou Bul Land) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:34
BLOU__ ek't daai inset gesien ou jake was omtrent so oortuigend soos die opgestopte bokkop in my sitkamer - as hy so met my gepraat het sou ek aan die slaap geraak het. As dit die manier is wat hy mense motiveer ----- klink nie baie oortuigend nie.
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:34
He revealed that the Bok captain, Smit, has a "low grade hamstring tear" and will continue to receive treatment and will be considered for the encounter with the All Blacks.

However, he declined to explain why there was a need to call up the uncapped Du Plessis.

Placing the Sharks number two on standby means that there must be at least some doubt about Smit's availability.

`n Hamstring skeur, maak nie saak hoe klein nie, kan nie in `n week gesond word nie. Ek dink nie Jake sal met hom waag hierdie naweek nie. Ek hoop regtig Gary kry sy kans!
Posted by goeters (BlouBul - Weet nie van verloor nie) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:36
goeters
So kan ons ook vir Jaco vd Westhuizen daar byvoeg.
Posted by Goempie (Blou Bul Land) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:36
"You're going to be against the wall sometimes and you have to look at each other and say 'listen, we can pull this one out'.

"Honestly, I give you my word, you wouldn't have won that game four years ago. I promise you. So well done to you guys. I'm really proud of you.

"This is hard. This is Test rugby guys. This is as hard as it gets.

"Those guys have won two World Cups and now the momentum's broken. Now they haven't won a game for eight years in South Africa.

"So I want you to understand this is a good team (we have). This is a team that is going to win the World Cup.

Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:38
"I'm not just saying that to win you over. You've just come back from 16-10 down to win the Test match. You can't coach that. Where is the manual that coaches you that? Tell me.

"How do you come back with eight minutes to go and then you get two drop kicks and then you score in the last minute? Who coaches you that?

"That is what I want you to believe. As soon as you decide as a group that you can do it, then it becomes easy.

"I want you to compliment yourselves. It was unbelievable, but I never doubted you.

Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:38
"You've got the All Blacks next week. Now it gets even harder, but we get born to play rugby against New Zealand. That's why we get born in this country."

White's belief is backed up by the entire country. Everyone in rugby-mad South Africa believes the Springboks will win the World Cup in France in October.

Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:39
Ja dis nog erger - Jaco is tans uitstekend.
Posted by goeters (BlouBul - Weet nie van verloor nie) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:41
percy is nou rerig oor die wal,gee vir jaco of roets die kans!!
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:41
"Jake White must give Victor Matfield the captaincy against the All Blacks and trust Gary Botha's pedigree as a starting option."keo
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:41
Top 20 IRB rankings:
(previous position in brackets)
1(1) New Zealand 94.59
2(4) South Africa 85.87
3(2) France 85.66
4(3) Australia 84.81
5(5) Ireland 82.52
6(6) Argentina 82.43
7(7) England 78.93
8(8) Wales 76.26
9(9) Italy 75.53
10(10) Samoa 74.49
11(11) Scotland 73.94
12(12) Fiji 72.52
13(13) Canada 70.06
14(14) USA 67.20
15(15) Romania 66.79
16(17) Georgia 66.38
17(16) Japan 66.34
18(18) Tonga 65.52
19(19) Russia 64.37
20(20) Uruguay 63.29
Posted by goeters (BlouBul - Weet nie van verloor nie) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:41
wat is al die gekerm oor victor se leiereienskappe?
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:43
joke like nie vir matfield nie,onthou julle hoe hy vir matfield gedrop het in dai eerste games? toe struggle sy span toe moet hy net vir victor insit!!
keo remind my nou weer!!

"White has never talked up Matfield's captaincy credentials, much to the annoyance of the player, and in his early tenure as Bok coach he questioned whether Matfield should be an automatic first choice.

The player and coach survived the early clashes and in the last year White has been more generous in his praise for Matfield as one of the game's best locks. "
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:45
so maak nie saak wie jy is nie,humble pie sal jy eet!!!
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:45
Kyk wat dink die Ausies:
am so proud of the effort of the boys, if i was a saffer id be very worried, to only win by three, rather fortunately aswell, at home, at the top of your game with the crowd 100 % behind you....well i think they may have jumped the gun a bit in regard to their own abilities, to win the super 14 is one thing to actually win the world cup requires cohesion, experience, and defence. look at those three things and australia for all their poor play over the past 3 years we have those things in bukcet loads. AS for the south african rugby president going another day another win for the springboks....... to completely disrespect the tourists was an absolute shocker, mind you it wasn't unexpected, what can you expect from a union that poisons opposing teams before world cup finals. Deep down sth africa know that they will not win another world cup unless its in south africa, they are mentally one of the most powder puff nations in a sporting sense.
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:46
Awesome, Brilliant and might I also add, refreshing! Despite the loss to the Springboks, I truly believe the real loser WERE the Springboks. Of all the talk that they would walk over the Wallabies, of all the hype surrounding the fact that this was an underperforming Australian team, and all those in the media who believed that the Australian Rugby National side was going to get hammered in the Republic, should be eating humble pie right now coz I truly believe that we have yet to see the best of the Wallabies. Trust me, my beloved All Blacks will not wi the Rugby World Cup. You ask me why, well, firs of all, Henry and co really are worried if they lose the Tri-Nations, their focus is soley on the World Cup. So tell me, how can any team, who can't win the BIG semi-finals in the Super 14, then may take their ey of the BIG Tri-Nations, be expected to win the BIG Rugby World Cup final? Those who know how to win BIG games win finals. Just ask the 2 time World Champion Wallabies who heading into the 1991 and 1999 World Cups were never favourites. Now they are BIG time winners.
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:48
Stem nogal saam ou Ronnie. is dit Hoskins wat nou weer ons naam so gat gemaak het?
Posted by goeters (BlouBul - Weet nie van verloor nie) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:52
But the Springboks coach dropped the flattery when intimating the Australian front row had milked free kicks and remained the side's achilles heel.

He accused the Wallabies of pre-game dirty tricks in questioning the legality of South African tighthead prop B. J. Botha's scrummaging.

"Australia are very clever at scrum time," White said.

"It's not uncommon (knowledge) that they don't have prop forwards and it's a different kind of contest than when you play nations who back their scrum a lot more than Australia do.

"There was a lot of talk about B. J. Botha which I found quite odd because when we play Argentina, New Zealand or England no one ever complains about us.

"When we get to Australia, there always seems to be a question about techniques."

Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:53
Nou verduidelik vir my asseblief!!!! Jake WEET wat die blerrie ausies doen en dan sit hy terug en doen niks!! PLAAS maak hy sy bek oop en doen dieslefde....
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:55
South African coach Jake White believes Australia are on track to win an unprecedented third World Cup in France after his side were forced to come from behind for victory.

"I thought they defended outstandingly well today. Australia will always be a force in any sporting code," White told The Australian.

"Sport dominates their culture and they're the only nation in the world that has won two World Cups so they are not going to be going to the World Cup underprepared.

"The reality is they have a huge amount of experience in certain positions... their first-phase (lineout) ball with Dan Vickerman and Nathan Sharpe is one of the best in the world, their loose-forward combination where they've got (Phil) Waugh and (George) Smith who can come on and their backs speak for themselves."

Posted by Goempie (Blou Bul Land) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:55
BLOU Joke like nie RUGBYSPELERS nie period. Kyk maar na sy ou witbroodjies - almal ou WP tjommies wat op hul beste maar derderangs was....
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 14:59
Nou weer iets anders. Ek sien ou YE!YE! (of is dit stofile) sit elke saterdag grootoog daar langs die veld en skreeu kliphard saam vir die white span.... op die ou end bly wen maar LEKKEERRR maaki saak wie of wat jy is nie.
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 15:02
The team announced on Monday by All Blacks coach Graham Henry, is: Mils Muliaina; Joe Rokocoko, Isaia Toeava, Aaron Mauger, Sitiveni Sivivatu; Dan Carter, Byron Kelleher; Rodney So'oialo, Richie McCaw (c), Jerry Collins, Greg Rawlinson, Troy Flavell, Carl Hayman, Anton Oliver, Tony Woodcock.

Reserves: Keven Mealamu, Neemia Tialata, Ross Filipo, Chris Masoe, Piri Weepu, Luke McAlister, Leon MacDonald
Posted by BITE*ME (SHARK TANK) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 15:25
Die donner moet iets doen om sy verniet kaartjie te verdien.
Posted by goeters (BlouBul - Weet nie van verloor nie) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 15:30
Goeters van watter donner praat jy nou?
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 15:35
Hel as die AB's die samoane en fidijane en maories en al die anner ouens uithaal en net die NZ'landers speel is daar ook nie veel oor nie....
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 15:37
Dit gee my 'n idee, dink julle as ons daai samoane en fidjiane en so in ons span sit sal dit tel as transformation?
Posted by ronnie (johannesburg) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 15:41
Yeye of Stofile of wie ook al wat jy hierbo van praat. Die ou wat die White bokke so cheer!
Posted by goeters (BlouBul - Weet nie van verloor nie) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 15:42
B_R,het jy my toe goedgekeur op julle pool?
Posted by Bergbok (Gauetng) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 15:47
Ja, dit is Juig Juig(Yeye Yeye)!!Weet nie waar hy aan daai name kom nie.
Posted by Bergbok (Gauetng) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 15:53
Maandag skree hy weer Transformasie,Transformasie en Saterdag Juig Juig hy weer!!Weet aan watter kant sy BROOD gebotter is!!
Posted by Bergbok (Gauetng) on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 16:01
dit is official ,loubser is die backline coach,wikus is die kaptein!!
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 16:17
bergbok jy is in!!!
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 16:17
bergbok,hoekom join ons nie sommer by die CC ook nie?
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 16:19
nuwe draad!!!
Posted by BLOU_RIL ("Bulls=S/14,CC Champs 2007") on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 16:19

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