Bok Women aim to rectify mistakes against Wales

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Springbok Women’s coach Stanley Raubenheimer said the expected change in weather and a 4G pitch will be amongst the challenges in Wales.
Springbok Women’s coach Stanley Raubenheimer said the expected change in weather and a 4G pitch will be amongst the challenges in Wales.
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The objectives of their November tour are still firmly in place for the Springbok Women when they take on Wales in Cardiff on Saturday.

And they will keep on trying to implement those at Cardiff Arms Park at 2.15 pm, South African time.

Coach Stanley Raubenheimer said that although some weaknesses in the execution of their overall strategy and game-plan were exposed by France in Vannes last week, these have been addressed and the main focus will still be to implement those structures decided upon before departing South Africa, according to Saru statement.

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