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Win one of five copies of 2018 SA Rugby Annual!

  • 21 Feb 2018
Malcolm Marx with the 2018 Annual Malcolm Marx with the 2018 Annual

Stand the chance to win a copy of the 47th edition of the South African Rugby Annual.

The unrivalled ‘bible’ of the game – widely considered to be the finest rugby publication of its kind in the world – continues to definitively chronicle the unfolding history of South Africa’s national sport and the 2018 edition contains more records, amazing facts, milestones and memorable moments than ever before.

In keeping with a long-standing tradition, the latest edition once again features the SA Rugby Player of the Year on the cover, Lions and Springbok hooker Malcolm Marx, following in the footsteps of Pieter-Steph du Toit, Lood de Jager, Duane Vermeulen, Jean de Villiers, Bryan Habana and Schalk Burger who have graced the cover in recent years.

With its unbeatable mix of unbelievable trivia, world-class research and every rugby record imaginable, the 2018 South African Rugby Annual remains every rugby fan’s best defence this coming season against even the most formidable braai-side opponent.

The 576-page Annual is on sale at all leading retailers as well as online at, and Recommended retail price is R205.

To stand the chance to win one of five copies, simply answer this question:

Who is on the cover of the 2018 SA Rugby Annual?

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