“Being able to stand up straight after 10 years was the highlight,” said Henry Afrikaner after a truly unique workshop put on by the Players Fund and Walking with Brandon Foundation.
“Failing to plan is akin to planning to fail” said some bright spark a while back, and after a trip to Zimbabwe where the lack of planning is laid bare, Tank sees that as the difference between in Bok rugby … Continue reading
Trust the Bookies and Brus, and it’s all about the margins again this week. Tank agrees, but it is far from clear cut. Take in the big man’s predictions before making yours.
Use a power pack and watertight defence not only for blunt force trauma. Instead, says Tank Lanning, make like Basil Bey and use them as a scaffold on which to hang a more adventurous, attacking game.
October 29, 2015
Before asking if Heyneke Meyer is the right man for the job, it seems apt to first define the job, something Tank Lanning has duly done in his Sport24 column this week.
That the Boks kept it to a 2 point game speaks to their character and guts says TANK LANNING, and while that needs to be recognised, the score does not reflect the All Black dominance.
It does not happen often, but on Saturday it was the side who dominated the attacking stats that also won the game. Sadly for Bok fans, though, it was the team in black.
October 8, 2015
The Jean de Villiers injury has saved Heyneke Meyer from making the same mistake Divvy made with John Smit in 2011, but could his loyalty to certain players still trip him up asks Tank Lanning in his Sport24 column.
Job done against the plucky Scots, says Tank Lanning, who reckons that while it was not always pretty, it was mostly pretty effective. Take in the big man’s Bok ratings.
Magnificent scrumming performances from both the Boks and WP set up convincing victories to see both sides top their respective logs. A look back on the weekend’s results and logs.