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Match stats: Boks tackle Japan out of RWC quarter-final

The Springboks made 170 successful tackles - with Damian de Allende, Lood de Jager and Cheslin Kolbe leading the charge - as they eliminated Japan from the Rugby World Cup in their tough-as-nails quarter-final in Tokyo on Sunday.

Familiar look to Blitzboks squad for England trip

A host of familiar and decorated Springbok Sevens players will depart for England on Monday where the Blitzboks will play in the Athlete Factory Sevens in Chester on Friday and Saturday.

Grand Slamming Wales now in Springboks' RWC sights

The Springboks have turned their sights on Six Nations champions Wales after despatching Rugby World Cup hosts Japan (26-3) in Saturday’s ultimately comfortable quarter-final victory.

Video: Boks too good for Japan in RWC quarter-final

The Springboks outscored Japan by three tries to nil as they progressed to the Rugby World Cup semi-finals after a 26-3 win over Japan in Tokyo on Sunday.

Wales beat 14-man France to secure RWC semi-final spot

Ross Moriarty (replacement looseforward) scored a try with six minutes left as Wales snatched a thrilling comeback victory by 20-19 over 14-man France in Oita to book their place in the Rugby World Cup semi-finals.

South Africa tripped up in final of Tusker Safari Sevens

South Africa lost 19-14 to Kenya's Morans team in the final of the Tusker Safari Sevens at RFUEA Grounds in Nairobi after a slow start in the first half saw the visitors concede 19 points against the locals.

Live updates - Springboks v Japan from Tokyo

Follow the action as it happens all the way from Tokyo Stadium, where Japan take on the Springboks in the fourth and final Rugby World Cup quarter-final from 12h15 (SA time) on Sunday.

Springboks dig deep to end Japan's RWC fairy tale

The Springboks will face Wales in the Rugby World Cup semi-final after booking their place in the top four of the international spectacle by defeating tournament hosts, Japan, 26-3 at the Tokyo Stadium in a
thrilling quarter-final on Sunday.

Happy Boks “talk” themselves into Rugby World Cup last four

The Springboks produced a second half revival to clinch a place in the RWC semi-finals after a ‘nervous’ first 40 raised hopes for a packed home crowd of a repeat of the ‘Miracle of Brighton’ which had seen Japan beat South Africa four years ago.

NZ make statement of intent with emphatic win over Ireland

New Zealand underlined their status as the team to beat at this World Cup as the ruthless champions made light work of what was supposed to be the toughest of challenges against Ireland and roared into the semi-finals with a vintage display.

South Africa top Pool B at Tusker Safari Sevens

South Africa beat Burundi (61-0), Kenya's Morans (17-12) and Uganda (19-17) on the first day of the Tusker Safari Sevens in Kenya to finish the opening day undefeated.

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Match stats: Boks tackle Japan out of RWC quarter-final

The Springboks made 170 successful tackles - with Damian de Allende, Lood de Jager and Cheslin Kolbe leading the charge - as they eliminated Japan from the Rugby World Cup in their tough-as-nails quarter-final in Tokyo on Sunday.

Familiar look to Blitzboks squad for England trip

A host of familiar and decorated Springbok Sevens players will depart for England on Monday where the Blitzboks will play in the Athlete Factory Sevens in Chester on Friday and Saturday.

Grand Slamming Wales now in Springboks' RWC sights

The Springboks have turned their sights on Six Nations champions Wales after despatching Rugby World Cup hosts Japan (26-3) in Saturday’s ultimately comfortable quarter-final victory.

Video: Boks too good for Japan in RWC quarter-final

The Springboks outscored Japan by three tries to nil as they progressed to the Rugby World Cup semi-finals after a 26-3 win over Japan in Tokyo on Sunday.

Wales beat 14-man France to secure RWC semi-final spot

Ross Moriarty (replacement looseforward) scored a try with six minutes left as Wales snatched a thrilling comeback victory by 20-19 over 14-man France in Oita to book their place in the Rugby World Cup semi-finals.