Editorials 26.6.2017 06:28 am

One for all and all for one in Boks

That Etzebeth was able to do the skipper’s job and bring home a historic victory is testimony to how well playing for one another is working.

In a way it was fitting that inspirational Springbok captain Warren Whiteley was a notable absentee from the national side as they swept to a 35-12 victory over the Tricolores, a 3-0 series whitewash and effectively buried the Ellis Park hoodoo against the French at the weekend.

One for all and all for one in Boks
One for all and all for one in Boks

One for all and all for one in Boks

That Etzebeth was able to do the skipper’s job and bring home a historic victory is testimony to how well playing for one another is working.

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