South Africa blitz woeful Australia in tempestuous Rugby Championship Test

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The Guardian

  • Springboks beat Wallabies 24-8 at Sydney’s new Allianz Stadium
  • Bonus-point win puts South Africa second in standings

If the Wallabies want to win consecutive Tests for the first time in 12 months they will have to do it against the All Blacks after a woeful performance against South Africa that lost them the Test in Sydney and squandered all the momentum and goodwill built in Adelaide.

With New Zealand demolishing Argentina 53-3 earlier on Saturday, Australia had a golden chance to put daylight between them and their rivals in the Rugby Championship. Instead they are left bogged on two wins and two defeats like the rest of the field and facing the steepest climb of anyone, with only back-to-back Tests against the All Blacks ahead of them.

Continue reading… September 3, 2022 at 05:44PM Angus Fontaine at Allianz Stadium

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