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Heinrich Brussouw Returns To The Springboks - Should The All Blacks Be Worried?
July 22, 2015 (18:00) [ Indexed from Rugby Tips ]
The Springboks have named loose forward Heinrich Brussow in their team to play the All Blacks in The Rugby Championship Round 2 fixture at Ellis Park, Johannesburg on Saturday, as one of eight changes. Brussow has an impressive record against the All Blacks, helping the Springboks to four wins from four games against the World Cup holders, but he hasn't played for the Springboks since 2011. More...
Heinrich Brussow out of rugby 3 months with broken arm
April 20, 2015 (17:15) [ Indexed from The New Zealand Herald ]
BLOEMFONTEIN, South Africa (AP) " Cheetahs flanker Heinrich Brussow will likely miss the rest of the Super Rugby season with a broken arm.Brussow broke his forearm early in the Cheetahs' 18-17 loss to Australia's Queensland Reds... More...
Heinrich Brussow sidelined for eight weeks
January 15, 2014 (00:00) [ Indexed from ESPN Scrum ]
Heinrich Brussow will miss the start of the Super Rugby season, the Cheetahs flanker sidelined for eight weeks after tearing a toe ligament while playing for Japanese club Docomo Red Hurricanes More...


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