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Joel Stransky kicks the winning drop-goal in the 1995 Rugby World Cup Final Featured Johannesburg Print

Joel Stransky kicks the winning drop-goal in the 1995 Rugby World Cup Final

Johannesburg, 24/06/1995.
Rugby World Cup Final 1995
South Africa V New Zealand.
Joel Stransky Kicks the Winning Drop Goal for South Africa, as Andrew Mehrtens (Nz) Tries to Stop Him.
Credit: Colorsport/Stuart Macfarlane

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South Africa - 1992 NZ Tour of SA Featured Johannesburg Print

South Africa - 1992 NZ Tour of SA

Rugby Union - 1992 New Zealand Tour of Australia & South Africa - South Africa 24 New Zealand 27
The South Africa team group before the game at Ellis Park, Johannesburg, on 15/08/1992.
The players, in no particular order, are: Theo van Rensburg, James Small, Danie Gerber, Pieter Muller, Pieter Hendriks, Naas Botha (captain), Robert du Preez, Hein Rodgers, Uli Schmidt, Lood Muller, Adri Geldenhuys, Adolf Malan, Wahl Bartmann, Ian Macdonald, Jannie Breedt
It was the first time the All Blacks had played the Springboks in South Africa since the controversial tour of 1976

© Colorsport

SA 24 NZ 27 Featured Johannesburg Print

SA 24 NZ 27

Rugby Union - 1992 All Black Tour of South Africa - South Africa 24 New Zealand 27
Pieter Muller scores the second try for South Africa, at Ellis Park, Johannesburg.
This game would become known as the 'Return Test' as it was the first match the Springboks played after their readmission to international rugby following their ban by the IRB due to apartheid in 1984. Ten South Africans made their international debuts.
There was controversy before kick-off when a minute's silence for victims of township violence was disrupted by jeers and anti-ANC chants from the predominantly white Afrikaaner crowd; South Africa flags were waved and the national anthem "Die Stem van Suid-Afrika" played over the PA system despite promises to the ANC from the SARFU not to do so. Consequently a match intended as a celebration of unity was perceived as an act of white defiance
15/08/1992

© Colorsport