Bryan Habana reflects on Ricky Januarie’s memorable solo effort against the All Blacks in 2008, which ended a decade of losses in New Zealand for the Springboks, while also halting the Kiwis’ record run of home victories.
Look back at when Bryan Habana showed his express pace to score a brace of tries in the Springboks’ 22-19 victory over the Wallabies in 2005.
Look back at when a 20-year-old Frans Steyn coolly slotted two drop goals to ensure a dramatic comeback victory for the Springboks over the Wallabies during the 2007 Tri-Nations.
Look back at Jake White’s post-match speech following the Springboks’ 22-16 victory over the Wallabies at Loftus Versfeld during the 2005 Tri-Nations.
The Springboks were on the brink of a whitewash during the 2002 Tri-Nations series, before fullback Werner Greeff scored a late try and slotted the match-winning conversion to seal a thrilling win over the Wallabies at Ellis Park.
A brilliant individual try from Ricky Januarie helped the Springboks seal a memorable comeback victory against the All Blacks in their 2008 Tri-Nations Test at Dunedin’s Carisbrook stadium.
Led by former captain Tana Umaga, the All Blacks performed their first-ever Kapa O Pango haka against the Springboks prior to their 2005 Tri-Nations encounter in Dunedin.
Check out Percy Montgomery’s opportunistic try against the All Blacks during the 1997 Tri-Nations series, when the former Springbok fullback – playing at outside centre on the day – sent up a high ball before regathering from a fortuitous bounce to score.
Following a dominant lineout drive from the forward pack – and a powerful carry from Os du Randt – former Springbok flank Ruben Kruger finished off a well-executed team try against the All Blacks during the 1997 Tri-Nations series.
Following a textbook tackle from Joost van der Westhuizen on All Blacks fullback Christian Cullen, former Springbok captain Gary Teichmann pounced to score an opportunistic try at Eden Park in 1997.