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South Africa may have lacked an edge given that the series was already won, and their changes at fly-half and centre clearly made their attacking game less effective.
England ended their six-game losing streak with a scrappy 25-10 win over South Africa at a wet Newlands in Cape Town. South Africa had already wrapped up the three-Test series by winning the first
10-22 Conversion – Owen Farrell , England: 72′ 10-20 Try – Jonny May , England: 71′ And that is absolutely brilliant! TRY ENGLAND! And Danny Cipriani has marked his return to the England XV with one of the most audacious assists you’ll ever see.
South Africa themselves are coming off a big defeat to Ireland last weekend and will want to bounce back as well, but England insist that their need for a victory to snap that four-game losing streak remains the motivation for Saturday.
Farrell kicked over six penalties and one conversion as England finally ended their five-game losing streak; Jesse Kriel scored a try early in the second half to give South Africa the lead but
CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) – Captain Owen Farrell’s six penalties and another Jonny May try earned England a much-needed consolation victory from its tour of South Africa …
Captain Owen Farrell’s six penalties and another Jonny May try earned England a much-needed consolation victory from its tour of South Africa as the visitors won 25-10 at Newlands on Saturday.
Follow commentary on the South Africa vs England Friendly 2018 rugby match. Jonny May (13′) Owen Farrell (11 Farrell and May combine perfectly to set up Brown to run in from 20 metres. TRY
Jun 16, 2018 · England vs South Africa: Rugby live stream, TV channel, kick-off time, team news ENGLAND have a five-match losing streak to snap while opponents South Africa can seal a …
Owen Farrell (L) on his way to the tryline agains the Springboks. Source: Getty Images By halftime, England scored 13 unanswered points and was on its way to the latest win of the Jones era.
Cape Town – South Africa took a winning 2-0 series lead over England by winning a full-blooded second Test 23-12 in Bloemfontein Saturday. After trailing by 12 points early on, South Africa clawed
Captain Owen Farrell’s 20 points and a Jonny May try earned England a much-needed consolation victory from their tour of South Africa as the visitors won 25-10 at Newlands.
Owen Farrell kicked 20 points for England as they finally overcame South Africa – ending their six match losing streak Ending the South Africa series with a 2-1 defeat – Jones is still not out