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Allister Coetzee
Allister Coetzee (born (1963-05-23)23 May 1963 in Grahamstown) is a South African rugby union coach and former player, current in charge of Japanese Top League
Top League
side Canon Eagles
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2000 South Africa Rugby Union Tour Of Argentina, Britain And Ireland
The 2000 South Africa rugby union tour of Argentina, Britain and Ireland was a series of matches played in November–December 2000 in Argentina, Britain and Ireland by South Africa national rugby union team. In the mean time the "Under-23" South African selection made another tour playing with second tier countries. The Spingboks tour[edit] 'Scores and results list South Africa's points tally first.Opposing Team For Against Date Venue StatusArgentina A 32 21 8 November 2000 Tucuman Tour matchArgentina 37 33 12 November 2000 Monumental, Buenos Aires Test matchIreland A 11 38 15 November 2000 Limerick, Limerick Tour matchIreland 28 18 19 November 2000 Lansdowne Road, Dublin Test matchWales A 34 15 22 November 2000 Arms Park, Cardiff Tour matchWales 23 13 26 November 2000 Millennium, Cardiff Test matchNational Division XV 30 35 28 November 2000 Sixways Stadium, Worcester Tour matchEngland 17 25 2 December 2000 Twickenham, Lon
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2006 Super 14 Season
The 2006 Super 14 season started on Friday 10 February 2006. The Grand Final was held on Saturday 27 May 2006. Super 14 is a provincial rugby union competition with 14 teams from New Zealand, Australia
Australia
and South Africa. This season was the first of the expansion, which saw two new teams, the Western Force
Western Force
and the Cheetahs, join the Super 12/14. The addition of two new teams led to the name change from the Super 12. It was also the first year for a new Super 14 trophy. At the start of round one, the Crusaders were the favourite to win this year's title 1 with a return of A$3.25 for every $1 bet. The Blues were second favourite with a return of A$4.75 for every $1 bet and the Waratahs were third with a return of A$5.00 for every $1 bet. The Cats were favourites for the wooden spoon. These figures are the final odds. The season saw the first joint commercial by the three SANZAR unions since 1996
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2015 Super Rugby Season
The 2015 Super Rugby
Super Rugby
season was the 20th season of Super Rugby
Super Rugby
and the fifth season featuring an expanded 15-team format. For sponsorship reasons, this competition was known as Asteron Life Super Rugby
Super Rugby
in Australia, Investec Super Rugby
Super Rugby
in New Zealand
New Zealand
and Vodacom Super Rugby in South Africa. The round-robin matches took place every weekend from 13 February until 13 June, followed by the finals series and culminating in the final on 4 July
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Crusaders (rugby Union)
The Crusaders (formerly the Canterbury Crusaders and officially the BNZ Crusaders due to sponsorship by the Bank of New Zealand) are a New Zealand professional rugby union team based in Christchurch, who compete in the Super Rugby
Super Rugby
competition. They are the most successful team in Super Rugby
Super Rugby
history with eight titles (1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2017). Formed in 1996 to represent the upper South Island
South Island
of New Zealand
New Zealand
in the Super 12, the Crusaders represent the Buller, Canterbury, Mid-Canterbury, South Canterbury, Tasman and West Coast provincial Rugby Unions. Their main home ground is AMI Stadium,[n 1] formerly known as Jade Stadium and before that, Lancaster Park. The Crusaders struggled in the first season of the Super 12, 1996, finishing last. Their performance improved in 1997 and the team finished sixth (out of twelve teams)
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Morocco National Rugby Union Team
The Morocco national rugby union team are a national sporting side, representing Morocco in rugby union. The team is also known as the Atlas Lions. Morocco is governed by the Fédération Royale Marocaine de Rugby. Morocco competes in the Africa Cup annually. The team has won the competition in 2003 and 2005. They usually play their internationals in Casablanca. Morocco has thus far not qualified for a Rugby World Cup, but have participated in the qualifying tournaments since the early 1990s. For the 2007 Rugby World Cup tournament in France, Morocco failed to qualify when they lost to Portugal, home and away meaning they would not make the Repechage 1 play-off against Uruguay.Contents1 History 2 Current squad 3 World Cup Record 4 See also 5 External links 6 ReferencesHistory[edit] Morocco played their first international match on December 25, 1931 in Rabat, which Spain won 14–6. Another match was held three days later, and Morocco managed to hold Spain to a 10-all draw
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Port Elizabeth
Port Elizabeth
Port Elizabeth
or The Bay[2] (Xhosa: iBhayi; Afrikaans: Die Baai [di ˈbɑːi]) is one of the largest cities in South Africa; it is situated in the Eastern Cape
Eastern Cape
Province, 770 km (478 mi) east of Cape Town. The city, often shortened to PE and nicknamed "The Friendly City" or "The Windy City", stretches for 16 km along Algoa Bay, and is one of the major seaports in South Africa. Port Elizabeth is the southernmost large city on the African continent, just farther south than Cape Town. Port Elizabeth
Port Elizabeth
was founded as a town in 1820 to house British settlers as a way of strengthening the border region between the Cape Colony and the Xhosa
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Rudolf Straeuli
Rudolf August Wilkens Straeuli (born 20 August 1963 in Pretoria, South Africa) is a former South African rugby union player and coach and currently the CEO of the Golden Lions union. He played in the positions of flanker and Number 8, making ten test appearances for South Africa in 1994 and 1995. He was the coach of the Springboks rugby team in 2002 and 2003. He also played for the Golden Lions provincial team in the Currie Cup and Super 12 competitions.Contents1 Career 2 Accolades 3 External links 4 ReferencesCareer[edit] Straeuli made his debut for South Africa on 9 July 1994 against the All Blacks, in which he also scored a try. In all he played 10 tests, including representing South Africa in the 1995 Rugby World Cup, before his career ended on 18 November 1995 against England at Twickenham Stadium. In 2002, Straeuli took over as the head coach of the Springboks
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2003 Rugby World Cup
The 2003 Rugby World Cup
Rugby World Cup
was the fifth Rugby World Cup
Rugby World Cup
and was won by England. Originally planned to be co-hosted by Australia
Australia
and New Zealand, all games were shifted to Australia
Australia
following a contractual dispute over ground signage rights between the New Zealand
New Zealand
Rugby Union and Rugby World Cup
Rugby World Cup
Limited. The pre-event favourites were England, regarded by many at the time as the best team in the world after victories both home and away over New Zealand
New Zealand
and Australia, a 50-point hammering of South Africa
South Africa
at Twickenham, and the grand slam in the 2003 Six Nations Championship
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Jake White
Jake White
Jake White
(born 13 December 1963[note 1] as Jacob Westerduin[5]) is a rugby union coach and former coach of the South African national team – the Springboks – whom he coached to victory in 2007 Rugby World Cup and the 2004 Tri Nations. White also coached the Under-21 Springbok side to victory in the Under-21 World Cup in 2002. He was coach of the Brumbies
Brumbies
in the Super Rugby
Super Rugby
from 2012, but resigned with two years remaining on his contract in 2013 to return to South Africa.[6] On returning to South Africa
South Africa
he coached the Sharks for single season, explaining he wanted to seek international opportunities. This arose in a technical role with the Tongan national team
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2007 Rugby World Cup
The 2007 Rugby World Cup
Rugby World Cup
was the sixth Rugby World Cup, a quadrennial international rugby union competition inaugurated in 1987. Twenty nations competed for the Webb Ellis Cup
Webb Ellis Cup
in the tournament, which was hosted by France
France
from 7 September to 20 October. France
France
won the hosting rights in 2003, beating a bid from England. The competition consisted of 48 matches over 44 days; 42 matches were played in ten cities throughout France, as well as four in Cardiff, Wales, and two in Edinburgh, Scotland. The eight quarter-finalists from 2003 were granted automatic qualification, while 12 other nations gained entry through the regional qualifying competitions that began in 2004 – of them, Portugal was the only World Cup debutant
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Peter De Villiers
Peter de Villiers (born 3 June 1957 in Paarl) is a South African rugby union player and coach. He was coach of the South Africa national rugby union team from 2008 to 2011, after successes with the South African U19 and U21 squads, and the first-ever person of colour to be appointed to the position.[1] He enjoyed mixed successes, managing South Africa to winning the 2009 Tri Nations, a test series win over the British and Irish Lions and a memorable first victory over New Zealand in Dunedin. However he also became known for his controversial off-field comments
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Namibia National Rugby Union Team
The Namibia
Namibia
national rugby union team, nicknamed the Welwitschias
Welwitschias
or Biltongboere, are a tier-two nation in the World Rugby
World Rugby
tier system, and have participated in five Rugby World Cup
Rugby World Cup
competitions since their first appearance in 1999. They are governed by the Namibia
Namibia
Rugby Union. Namibia
Namibia
has been playing international rugby since the early 1900s. As well as having competed at the World Cup, Namibia
Namibia
annually competes in the Africa Cup. Until independence, players for Namibia
Namibia
were also eligible to represent South Africa, with Namibian-born Springboks including Jan Ellis and, more recently, Percy Montgomery
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Gary Gold
Gary Gold (born 6 July 1967) is a professional rugby union coach who has coached at various levels of the game in England, Japan and South Africa. He is currently the head coach of the United States national side.Contents1 Coaching career1.1 London Irish 1.2 Western Province 1.3 Springboks Assistant Coach 1.4 Return to English Premiership1.4.1 Newcastle Falcons 1.4.2 Bath1.5 Japan stint 1.6 Sharks 1.7 Worcester Warriors 1.8 United States national team1.8.1 Honours2 Honours 3 External links 4 ReferencesCoaching career[edit] London Irish[edit] Gold joined London Irish in July 2001 as forwards coach under newly appointed head coach Brendan Venter. The South African due formed a strong partnership in their first year at London Irish, guiding their team to fourth on the table at the end of the regular 2001–02 Premiership Season. However they were knocked out at the quarter-finals stage, losing to Northampton Saints 38–14
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Blue Bulls
The Blue Bulls, for sponsorship reasons known as the Vodacom Blue Bulls, or more popularly by their Afrikaans
Afrikaans
name die Blou Bulle, is a South African rugby union team that participates in the annual Currie Cup tournament. They are governed by the Blue Bulls Rugby Union and are based at Loftus Versfeld Stadium
Loftus Versfeld Stadium
in Pretoria, Gauteng
Gauteng
province. What was previously the Northern Transvaal Rugby Union then nicknamed the "Blue Bulls" renamed itself the Blue Bulls Rugby Union in the 1990s, and the Northern Transvaal team became known as the Blue Bulls at the same time. When Vodacom became the team's major sponsor their name was also added
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2009 Super 14 Season
The 2009 Super 14 season kicked off in February 2009 with pre-season matches held from mid-January. It finished on 30 May, when the Bulls won their second Super Rugby title with a decisive 61–17 victory over the Waikato Chiefs at Loftus Versfeld stadium in Pretoria, South Africa. The 2009 season was the fourth of the expansion, which led to the name change to the Super 14. The schedule, which covered 3½ months, featured a total of 94 matches, with each team playing one full round-robin against the 13 other teams, two semi-finals and a final
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