South Africa won their first match in Australia in four years and kept the Wallabies win-less in the Rugby Championship with a record 38-12 victory on Saturday.
South African winger Willie le Roux (right) slips past Australian captain Will Genia to score a try during the Rugby Championship match in Brisbane on September 7, 2013. South Africa won their first match in Australia in four years and kept the Wallabies win-less with a record 38-12 victory.
The Springboks won for the first time in nine visits to Brisbane in 42 years with a four tries-to-nil thrashing to remain unbeaten in the southern hemisphere series along with the All Blacks, who they face in Auckland next weekend.
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