Springboks beat France in Durban

Siya Kolisi going over for a try during the 2nd Castle Lager Incoming Series Test match between South Africa and France at Growthpoint Kings Park on June 17, 2017 in Durban.
Siya Kolisi going over for a try during the 2nd Castle Lager Incoming Series Test match between South Africa and France at Growthpoint Kings Park on June 17, 2017 in Durban. Image: Steve Haag/Gallo Images

South Africa scored four tries to beat France 37-15 in the second Test at Kings Park Stadium in Durban on Saturday to wrap up the series with a match to spare.

South Africa’s tries were scored by Jan Serfontein, man-of-the-match Siya Kolisi, Coenie Oosterhuizen and Elton Jantjies in what turned out be a good day in the office for the improving Boks.

Jantjes scored four conversions and three penalties as he continued to impress with the boot and France’s tries were scored by South African-born Scott Spedding and Damian Penaud with Baptiste Serin scoring the conversion and Francois Trinh-Duc the penalty.

The final Test takes place at Ellis Park on Saturday where the Boks will be looking for a white wash.

BY MAHLATSE MPHAHLELE – Tiso Black Star Group

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