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    <DIV ="sh">Dallaglio &amp; Farrell make World XV </DIV></DIV></TD></TR>
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    Sunday, 3 December
    Welford Road, Leicester



    <!- S SF ->Lawrence Dallaglio will captain a World XV featuring Saracens' former rugby league star Andy Farrell against South Africa on 3 December.


    Chiliboy Ralepelle has been named as South Africa's captain, making him the first black captain and youngest-ever skipper of a Springboks side.


    Ralepelle, a 20-year-old hooker, has two Test caps as a replacement this year for regular skipper John Smit.


    The non-cap match is part of South Africa's centenary celebrations. <!- E SF ->



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    World XV team
    Dave Hewett (Edinburgh Gunners &amp; Scotland), Fabio Ongaro (Saracens &amp; Italy), Cobus Visagie (Saracens &amp; South Africa), Simon Shaw (London Wasps &amp; England), Alister Campbell (ACT Brumbies &amp; Australia), Michael Owen (Newport Gwent Dragons &amp; Wales), Jonny O'Connor (London Wasps &amp; Ireland), Lawrence Dallaglio (captain - London Wasps &amp; England Backs), Justin Marshall (vice-captain - Ospreys &amp; New Zealand), Thomas Castaignede (Saracens &amp; France), Drew Mitchell (Queensland Reds &amp; Australia), Andy Farrell (Saracens), Ryan Cross (Western Force &amp; Australia Rugby League), Clinton Schiscofske (Queensland Reds &amp; Australia Rugby) League, Matt Perry (Bath &amp; England)
    Replacements: Vernet Basualdo (Asociacion Alumni &amp; Argentina) Nic Henderson (ACT Brumbies &amp; Australia) Takuro Miuchi (NEC Rockets &amp; Japan) David Croft (Queensland Reds &amp; Australia) Gareth Cooper (Newport Gwent Dragons &amp; Wales) Pablo Gomez Cora (Lomas Athletic (U.R.B.A) &amp; Argentina) Thinus Delport (Worcester Warriors &amp; South Africa)


    Springboks XV:
    Bevin Fortuin, Jaco Pretorius, Wynand Olivier, De Wet Barry, J.P. Pietersen, Francois Steyn, Ruan Pienaar; Deon Carstens, Chiliboy Ralepelle (captain), CJ van der Linde, Johan Ackermann, Albert van den Berg, Wikus van Heerden, Gerrie Britz, Danie Rossouw.
    Replacements: Gary Botha, Lawrence Sephaka, Selborne Boome, Hilton Lobberts, Ricky Januarie, Meyer Bosman, Jongi Nokwe.<!- E BO ->
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    relieved to see the absence of any munster names on that list !


    Plato: \"One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors.\"

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      Is that Dave Hewett (Edinburgh Gunners &amp; Scotland) any relation to the eponymous All Blacks prop? [img]smileys/shock.gif[/img]
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        #4
        Thats pretty much a coming back from injury world XV

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          Originally posted by UncleMonty
          Thats pretty much a coming back from injury world XV

          My thoughts exactly. They will wrecked by half time.


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            OM it should read Dave hewitt edinburgh gunners and NZ. The same AB's prop who made up one of the poorest front rows in ABs history.


            World XV's really have went down the pan, the Barbarians is even starting to become a bit of a joke which is sad.

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              #7
              what else would you expect the week before the next round ofERC games ! I'm suprised they got any NH players at all.
              Plato: \"One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors.\"

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                #8


                This games (Babaas included) don't really have any place in the modern era. It's sad to say as i know the Babaas have a great history but the 6N, HEC, WC and ML/GP/Top 14 are all too important nowadays for this nostalgic stuff.


                In fact give it another decade and we might even have to add The Lions to the list, though the financial benefits they bring make it a bit different...

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                  Surprised no one's said it yet - looks weak.


                  Wonder who wanted Farrell to play, Sarries or RFU.

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                    Originally posted by Red Hand Hero


                    OD it should read Dave hewitt edinburgh gunners and NZ.


                    The same AB's prop who made up one of the poorest front rows in ABs history.......


                    .......... and scored a try against Ireland within a few moments of his All Blacks debut! [img]smileys/sad.gif[/img]


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                      Originally posted by Evil Omer


                      Surprised no one's said it yet - looks weak.


                      Wonder who wanted Farrell to play, Sarries or RFU.


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                        Alister Campbell,comical ali? [img]smileys/smile.gif[/img]
                        Hi sham, gimme 2 pints of carling, a bottle of bud, and a vodka and orange for the burd

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                          #13
                          Good to see Johnny O'Concrete on the road to recovery

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                            #14
                            If Gleeson's display was as ordinary as some have said for Ireland A then maybe JOC can still find his way into the WC squad.

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                              Originally posted by Evil Omer
                              If Gleeson's display was as ordinary as some have said for Ireland A then maybe JOC can still find his way into the WC squad.

                              Gleeson was MoM in the A game - no sooner did he go off than the Aussies scored two tries in quick succession.


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