Cape Town – Rugby SA She asked for help from Springbok coaches Rassie Erasmus Group 2018 test after the end of the season.
Springbok ended the campaign a bit, after losing Welsh's hunger for Cardiff this weekend.
Erasmus won 50% out of 14 trials.
"We are happy to see the revival of Rassie Erasmus and her teammate Springbok and we are thinking of how we're doing well in the 2019 Rugby World Cup," SA rugby president Mark Alexander he said on a press conference on Monday.
While Erasmus won only half of the trials, the Blackheads from New Zealand won the scalps and won 2-1 home-based England.
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Alexander, on the other hand, also won Springbok wing Aphiwe Dyanty. He won the Rugby Breakthrough in the World Cup in Monaco on Sunday.
"Although limited international experience, Aphiwe never took Springboo out of the jersey, and made an immediate impact with his debut in England Boks in June.
"Wellington's two rounds, though Boks overcame all the Blacks in New Zealand for the first time in nine years, will be the best for his debut season this season.
"Rugby Championship is the leading champion, a wonderful achievement for the rookie test team. We're very proud and waiting for more things to be seen in 2019," Alexander said. .
Although not received by the prizes, Alexander also congratulated other South African nominees: Malcolm Marx and Faf de Klerk (Annual Rugby World Championship), Erasmus (Annual Bus) and Springboks (Annual Team).
Alexander said that the naming of Springbok's Japanese World Cup is on the next year.
Ireland's Announcement Prize winner Johnny Sexton won the award for that year and coach Joe Schmidt received the Annual Bus Prize.