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Great expectations: Bok women head into Rugby World Cup with all eyes on them

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Springbok women's captain Nolusindiso Booi.
Springbok women's captain Nolusindiso Booi.
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The Springbok women's team embark on their first Rugby World Cup since 2014 on the back of massive expectations from a women's sports perspective. 

When they meet France on Saturday morning at Eden Park in Auckland, they'll be performing in the shadow of teams like Banyana Banyana and the Proteas women's cricket team.

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