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Springbok Captains

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Name, Postition, Province, Tests as captain, (Total tests), Match in which the player debuted as Captain

1 HH Castens – Prop, Western Province 1 (1) 1891 British Isles 1st test

2 RCD Snedden – Prop, Griqualand West 1 (1) 1891 British Isles 2nd test

3 AR Richards – Flyhalf, Western Province 1 (3) 1891 British Isles 3rd test

4 FTD Aston – Centre & wing, Transvaal 3 (4) 1896 British Isles 1st test

5 BH Heatlie – Prop & lock, Western Province 2 (6) 1896 British Isles 4th test

6 A Frew – Prop, Transvaal 1 (1) 1903 British Isles 1st test

7 JM Powell – Flyhalf, Griqualand West 1 (4) 1903 British Isles 2nd test

8 HW Carolin – Flyhalf, Western Province 1 (3) 1906 Scotland

9 PJ Roos – Prop, Western Province 3 (4) 1906 Ireland

10 DFT Morkel – Prop, Transvaal 2 (9) 1910 British Isles 1st test

11 WA Millar – No. 8 & flank, Western Province 5 (6) 1910 British Isles 2nd test

12 FJ Dobbin – Scrumhalf, Griqualand West 1 (9) 1912 Scotland

13 TB Pienaar – Prop, Western Province 0 (0) 1921 Did not play in tests

14 WH Morkel – No. 8, Transvaal 3 (9) 1921 New Zealand 1st test

15 PK Albertyn – Centre, South Western Districts 4 (4) 1924 British Isles 1st test

16 PJ Mostert – Prop & hooker, Western Province 4 (14) 1928 New Zealand 1st test

17 BL Osler – Flyhalf, Western Province 5 (17) 1931 Wales

18 PJ Nel – Lock & prop, Natal 8 (16) 1933 Australia 1st test

19 DH Craven – Flyhalf & scrumhalf, Eastern Province 4 (16) 1937 New Zealand 1st test

20 F du Plessis – Lock, Transvaal 3 (3) 1949 New Zealand 1st test

21 BJ Kenyon – Flank, Border 1 (1) 1949 New Zealand 4th test

22 HSV Muller – No. 8, Transvaal 9 (13) 1951 Scotland

23 SP Fry – Flank, Western Province 4 (13) 1955 British Isles 1st test

24 SS Viviers – Fullback & flyhalf 5 (5) 1956 Australia 1st test

25 JA du Rand – Lock, Northern Transvaal 1 (21) 1956 New Zealand 1st test

26 JT Claassen – Lock, Western Transvaal 9 (28) 1958 France 1st test

27 DC van Jaarsveldt – Flank, Rhodesia 1 (1) 1960 Scotland

28 RG Dryburgh – Fullback, Natal 2 (8) 1960 New Zealand 1st test

29 AS Malan – Lock, Transvaal 10 (16) 1960 New Zealand 3rd test

30 GF Malan – Hooker, Transvaal 4 (18) 1963 Australia 1st test

31 CM Smith – Scrumhalf, Orange Free State 4 (7) 1964 France

32 DJ de Villiers – Scrumhalf, Western Province 22 (25) 1965 New Zealand 1st test

33 TP Bedford – No. 8, Natal 3 (25) 1969 Australia 2nd test

34 JFK Marais – Prop, Eastern Province 11 (35) 1971 France 1st test

35 PJF Greyling – Flank, Transvaal 1 (25) 1972 England

36 M du Plessis – No. 8, Western Province 15 (22) 1975 France 1st test

37 MTS Stofberg – Flank, Northern Transvaal 4 (21) 1980 South America 1st test

38 W Claassen – No. 8, Natal 7 (7) 1981 Ireland 1st test

39 DJ Serfontein – Scrumhalf, Western Province 2 (19) 1984 South America & Sp. 1st test

40 HE Botha – Flyhalf, Northern Transvaal 9 (28) 1986 NZ Cavaliers 1st test

41 JC Breedt – No. 8, Transvaal 2 (8) 1989 World Team 1st test

42 JF Pienaar – Flank & No. 8, Transvaal 29 (29) 1993 France 1st test

43 CP Strauss – Flank, Western Province 1 (15) 1994 New Zealand 1st test

44 AJ Richter – No. 8, Northern Transvaal 1 (10) 1995 Romania

45 GH Teichmann – No. 8, Natal 36 (42) 1996 New Zealand 1st test

46 CPJ Krige – Flank, Western Province 18 (39) 1999 Italy 2nd test

47 J Erasmus – Flank, Golden Lions 1 (36) 1999 Australia 1st test

48 JH van der Westhuizen – Scrumhalf, Blue Bulls 10 (89) 1999 New Zealand 2nd test

49 AN Vos – No. 8, Golden Lions 16 (33) 1999 Spain

50 RB Skinstad – No. 8, Western Province 12 (42) 2001 Italy

51 JW Smit – Hooker, Natal 82 (111) 2003 Georgia

52 V Matfield – Lock, Blue Bulls 3 (110) 2007 New Zealand

53 J Muller – Lock, Natal Sharks 1 (22) 2007 New Zealand

54 J de Villiers – Centre, Western Province 2 (74) 2012 England


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One Response to Springbok Captains

  1. Jan Ferreira says:

    Jean de Villiers is number 54

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