Rate the Springboks' performance on Bokrapport app

2015-09-26 08:51


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Johannesburg - Want to rate the Springboks's performance after every match?

On Sunday newspaper Rapport has launched the BokRapport app, based on the paper's popular BokRapport column where rugby writers rate our national rugby team.

The app is free and web-based, which means you don't have to download anything.

To play and vote on the Springboks' performance, visit www.bokrapport.com and slide the rugby ball to give each Bok a score out of 10.

Your score is then added to the scores given by other players on the app. After the match, the Rapport rating will be published along yours.

While you wait for the much anticipated match between the Boks and Samoa on Saturday evening, you can rate the team on their match with Japan last Saturday.

The scoreboard stays active until the next match starts.
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