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No Schalk Brits, a doubtful Bongi Mbonambi … the Springboks may offer scope for new faces in the key hooking berth in mid-year, writes Rob Houwing.
Schalk Brits, at the age of 38, says has had his first December holiday in a "very, very long time". Lloyd Burnard reports.
Rugby World Cup-winning Springbok hooker Schalk Brits will start his new 9-to-5 job on January 13, 2020.
Tendai Mtawarira had a fitting international farewell in a Baa-Baas jersey recently ... add now also the name of Schalk Brits to that trend, writes Rob Houwing.
Rugby World Cup-winning Springbok hooker Schalk Brits has retired for the second time, and insisted there would not be another comeback.
Springbok hooker Schalk Brits dropped a hint that he will retire after this weekend's Rugby World Cup final and bring his career to an end.
The official mantle went elsewhere, but 38-year-old libero Schalk Brits earned Rob Houwing’s top Bok mark against Namibia.
Schalk Brits will captain the Springboks from No 8 when they take on Namibia in their second 2019 Rugby World Cup match.
Springbok hooker Schalk Brits could see himself playing as a loose forward at the 2019 World Cup in Japan.
Springbok captain Schalk Brits believes that debutant Scarra Ntubeni will impress in South Africa's 'Farewell Test' against Argentina.
The 2019 Rugby World Cup was the last hurrah for a host of international rugby greats. A look at some of the players who have decided to hang up their boots.
2019 World Cup-winning Springbok hooker Schalk Brits believes the future of South African rugby lies in Europe.
Springbok hooker Schalk Brits was given a rousing farewell after what was likely his final international match last weekend.
Rob Houwing on the growing, but probably shrewd trend of our Super Rugby sides recruiting extreme veterans to boost their raw-looking squads.
The oldest member of the Springboks’ Rugby World Cup squad, Schalk Brits, has retired from rugby for the second time in two years.
Schalk Brits' distinctive red scrum cap was ubiquitous in South Africa's demolition of Namibia on Saturday.
Schalk Brits believes the best is yet to come from an evolving Springbok team at the Rugby World Cup.
The Springboks are settling into life in Japan, getting used to the heat and humidity ahead of the 2019 World Cup.
Perish the thought that ultra-veteran Schalk Brits is largely at the World Cup as a mentor and motivator for the rest of the Springbok troops, reckons Rob Houwing
Schalk Brits described the Springbok captaincy as his wildest dream come true, as he will be leading out against Argentina at Loftus Versfeld.
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