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For all the lightning footwork of Cheslin Kolbe and Makazole Mapimpi, two crucial cogs for the World Cup-winning Springbok machine were the eight-nine axis of Vermeulen and Faf de Klerk. That was never more on show than in Saturday’s final when SA walloped England 32-12, the two wingers scoring a late try apiece, with flyhalf Handré Pollard kicking 22 points...
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