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Rassie Erasmus’s commitment to avoiding the mistakes of the past by ensuring the Springboks’ Rugby World Cup triumph does not continue the trend of then hitting a slump was one of the most positive aspects to come out of a thoroughly memorable seven weeks in Japan.

Siya Kolisi becoming the first black captain to lead the Boks to rugby’s Holy Grail was of course the apex of the positivity that flooded the country after the final whistle sounded on an unforgettable and thoroughly successful Rugby World Cup...

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