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Last Updated: Saturday, 25 June, 2005, 16:01 GMT 17:01 UK
Springboks too strong for France
South Africa's Bryan Habana
Habana went over for two tries in the match
South Africa ran in three tries to help beat France 27-13 in Port Elizabeth and clinch the two-Test series 1-0.

It was the first home series win for the Springboks over France since 1975 and maintains coach Jake White's unbeaten record in South Africa.

Winger Bryan Habana scored two tries to take his tally in the series to four after two in last week's 30-30 draw.

Full-back Percy Montgomery contributed 12 points by kicking three conversions and two penalties.




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