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South African Kings win IRB Nations Cup 2011
June 20, 2011
The South African Kings defeated a gallant Portugal on the final day in Bucharest to finish unbeaten and win the 2011 IRB Nations Cup, their first tour outside of Africa.

In the other matches at the Arcul de Triumf Stadium, Georgia came from behind to beat 2010 champions Namibia 23-18 and finish in second place, while the Argentina Jaguars turned on the style to register their first win of the tournament against hosts Romania 37-13, and finish in the bronze position.

"On behalf of the International Rugby Board, I would like to congratulate the South African Kings on winning this year's Nations Cup, a result which was thoroughly deserved from a tough field of teams, three of whom will go on to compete at this year's Rugby World Cup in New Zealand," said IRB Tournament Director, Beth Coalter.

"I would also like to thank the Romanian Rugby Union for hosting such a fine tournament, not only in 2011 but also for the past five years."

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