The defending champions claimed a 21-20 win at Eden Park.
Junior Springboks captain Handré Pollard was named the IRB Junior Player of the Year despite defeat to England in the final.
England beat the Junior Springboks 21-20 in a thrilling final at Eden Park to retain their Junior World Championship crown. BRENTON CHELIN reports.
The IRB chats to Jesse and Dan Kriel ahead of South Africa's Junior World Championship final against England on Friday.
Dan Kriel will start on the wing in the only change to the Junior Boks' starting line-up for the Junior World Championship final against England on Friday.
The IRB looks ahead to the decider between the Junior Springboks and England on Friday.
Featuring Junior Boks flyhalf Handré Pollard, England wing Nathan Earle, Ireland centre Garry Ringrose and New Zealand wing Tevita Li.
Junior Springboks flyhalf and captain Handré Pollard has been named as one of four nominations for the 2014 IRB Junior Player of the Year award.
South Africa beat the hosts for the second time to reach the final of the Junior World Championship.
A 78th-minute try gave the Junior Boks a thrilling 32-25 victory over the Baby Blacks in their Junior World Championship semi-final. BRENTON CHELIN reports.
The Junior Springboks have made just two changes to the side that defeated New Zealand in the pool stage for the semi-final rematch in Albany on Sunday.
SA U20 had to work hard for a 21-8 win that sent them into the semi-finals of the Junior World Championship.
Dawie Theron and Handré Pollard talk about the 21-8 win against Samoa and the prospect of facing New Zealand again in the semi-finals.
SA U20 beat Samoa 21-8 in Pukekohe on Tuesday and will play New Zealand in the Junior World Championship semi-finals, reports JON CARDINELLI.
The Junior Springboks have made six changes to their starting XV for their final pool match against Samoa.
The Sharks need Frans Steyn to be the match-winner he should be against the Crusaders on Saturday, writes RYAN VREDE.
Jake White’s loyalty to and investment in his players have paid off handsomely for the Sharks, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.
A new halfback combination in Charl McLeod and Pat Lambie will lend the Sharks some much-needed stability in the crunch semi-final in Christchurch, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The Brumbies mascot has been told to sit in the stands for Saturday's semi-final in Sydney but he did get to take on the Waratahs four years ago.View all videos