The 2013 SA Rugby Annual is the official record of the South African season and is widely considered to be one of the finest yearbooks in world rugby.
The 2013 SA Rugby Annual is the official record of the South African season and is widely considered to be one of the finest yearbooks in world rugby. The unrivalled 'bible' of the game has definitively chronicled the game in this country for over four decades and this 42nd Edition raises the bar yet again with a host of previously unpublished facts and figures that will settle any braai-side argument. The SA Rugby Annual has become essential reading for every player, coach, manager, administrator, sponsor, agent and fan. The 2013 edition reverts to its traditional, pre-season launch, making it the perfect gift for any rugby-mad son, brother, father, uncle, grandfather, nephew - or practically anyone else who can't wait for the new season to kick off. As usual, the 2013 SA Rugby Annual records the more than 200 first-class matches involving South African teams in 2012, as well as the detailed biographies of each and every one of the more than 770 players who appeared in those matches - for whom the book therefore doubles as an invaluable keepsake to be passed down to children and grandchildren. The 2013 SA Rugby Annual paints an unbeatable picture of a memorable year in South African rugby but also records the sport's rich history with its comprehensive records section, which includes the career details of all 847 players to have won Springbok colours since 1891 - from the very first, Benjamin Duff, to the newest Bok, JC Janse van Rensburg. And just when you thought the 2013 SA Rugby Annual couldn't chronicle the Springbok saga in any more detail, it lists the details of each and every one of the 755 matches the men in green and gold have played over the past 121 years - all 416 Test matches and 339 overseas tour games. But the Annual doesn't only cover the Springboks - inside its packed 512 pages you'll find detailed tournament reviews of everything from Vodacom Super Rugby and the Absa Currie Cup and Vodacom Cup to the FNB Varsity Cup, Coca-Cola Craven Week, HSBC Sevens World Series, National Club Championships and even the SA Students' return to action in Namibia.
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