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    Thumbs up Springbok World Cup warm up against Welwitcha's

    The Springbok team for Wednesday is as follows (existing caps in brackets):
    1 Os du Randt (72) 2 John Smit (67) (C) 3 CJ van der Linde (39)
    4 Bakkies Botha (35) 5 Victor Matfield (58)
    6 Schalk Burger (31) 8 Jaques Cronjé (31) 7 Juan Smith (32)

    9 Fourie du Preez (30) 10 Butch James (18)
    11 JP Pietersen (6) 12 Jean de Villiers (31) 13 Jaque Fourie (29) 14 Ashwin Willemse (16)
    15 Percy Montgomery (85)

    16 Gary Botha (9) 17 BJ Botha (10) 18 Albert van den Berg (46)19 Johann Muller (16)
    20 Ricky Januarie (18) 21 Ruan Pienaar (12) 22 Akona Ndungane (8)

    Namibia
    1 Kees Lensing 2 Hugo Horn 3 Marius Visser
    4 Wacca Kazombiaze 5 Nico Esterhuyse
    6 Jacques Nieuwenhuis 8 Jacques Burger 7 Tinus Du Plessis

    9 Jurie Van Tonder 10 Emile Wessels
    11 Melrick Africa 12 Piet Van Zyl 13 Lu-Wayne Botes 14 Bradley Langenhoven
    15 Heini Bock

    16 JM Meyer (Rake) 17 Jané Du Toit (Prop) 18 Johnny Redelinghuys (Prop)
    19 Herman Lintvelt (Flanker)
    20 Eugéne Jantjies (Scrumie) 21 Du Preez Grobler (Centre) 22 TC Losper (FH/FB)

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    Springboks romp home against Namibia

    Full-back Percy Montgomery scored a South African Test record of 35 points as the Springboks romped to a 105-13 win over Namibia in a World Cup warm-up match at Newlands in Cape Town this morning.

    Montgomery, playing his last Test in South Africa, surpassed the previous record of 34 points, set by Jannie de Beer against England in the 1999 World Cup quarter-final in Paris.

    Flankers Juan Smith and Schalk Burger both scored a hat-trick of tries as the home team ran in 15 tries.

    Montgomery, South Africa's all-time leading point-scorer, converted 12 of the team's 15 tries, crossed for one himself and added two penalties to take his career Test points tally to 756 and to surpass Jannie de Beer's 34 points against England in the 1999 World Cup quarter-finals.

    Montgomery, who has signed to play for French club Perpignan after his second World Cup next month, achieved the record by converting CJ van der Linde's try after the full-time siren.

    The score was South Africa's second highest in Tests, bettered only by a 134-3 defeat of Uruguay two years ago.

    South Africa lost captain John Smit to a strained hamstring a few hours before kick-off. Lock Victor Matfield was given the captain's armband.

    -Reuters & AAP

    Where the f*ck is this elusive "Captains armband"?!?!?!
    Can anyone please show me a photo of a RUGBY UNION player wearing a f*cking Captains armband?????

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