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1994 SA vs Wellington (1) Add Video

Third tour match SA vs Wellington. This clip shows the first two tries one by SA and one by Wellington. Springbok set moves is much based on what they learned from the Aussies in 1993. Drive it up from the line-out and then do a loop around with the flyhalf with the fullback jumping in the line. They struggle however to create fast ball as their ground skills in securing and recycling the ball is not of the same quality as that of the AB and Aussies. They also use the Craven loose forward linking style; that is loose fowards receiving a inside pass from the centers or on the blindise using a loose foward breaking from the scrum who flip it back inside to a player straightening it up who then -just before hitting contact- send it back to No9 who takes it wide again to No15 jumping into the line. Interesting tactics and certainly a lot less kicking than was the case in the years 2007-2012.

Posted by McLook on January 2, 2014 at 11:59 PM 981 Views

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