Jabu SSOM – Bryan Habana – Our record breaking wing

 

Bryan Gary Habana scored his 39th try for the Springboks on the 22nd September 2011. We at All Things Jabu salute the South African flyer. Here is a list of his 39 tries:

1 – 2004 vs England at Twickenham

2 – 2004 vs Scotland at Murrayfield

3 – 2004 vs Scotland at Murrayfield

4 – 2005 vs Uruguay at East London

5 – 2005 vs Uruguay at East London

6 – 2005 vs France at Durban

7 – 2005 vs France at Durban

8 – 2005 vs France at Port Elizabeth

9 – 2005 vs France at Port Elizabeth

10 – 2005 vs Australia at Ellis Park

11 – 2005 vs Australia at Perth

12 – 2005 vs Australia at Perth

13 – 2005 vs New Zealand at Dunedin

14 – 2005 vs Wales at Cardiff

15- 2005 vs Wales at Cardiff

16 – 2006 vs New Zealand at Rustenburg

17 – 2006 vs Ireland at Dublin

18 – 2007 vs England at Bloemfontein

19 – 2007 vs England at Bloemfontein

20 – 2007 vs England at Pretoria

21 – 2007 vs England at Pretoria

22 – 2007 vs Scotland at Edinburgh

23 – 2007 vs Samoa at Paris (Rugby World Cup)

24 – 2007 vs Samoa at Paris (Rugby World Cup)

25 – 2007 vs Samoa at Paris (Rugby World Cup)

26 – 2007 vs Samoa at Paris (Rugby World Cup)

27 – 2007 vs United States at Montpellier (Rugby World Cup)

28 – 2007 vs United States at Montpellier (Rugby World Cup)

29 – 2007 vs Argentina at Paris (Rugby World Cup)

30 – 2007 vs Argentina at Paris (Rugby World Cup)

31 – 2008 vs New Zealand at Wellington

32 – 2008 vs England at Twickenham

33 – 2009 vs British Lions at Pretoria

34 – 2009 vs Australia at Perth

35 – 2009 vs Australia at Perth

36 – 2009 vs Italy at Udine

37 – 2010 vs Italy at Witbank

38 – 2010 vs Italy at East London

39 – 2011 vs Namibia at Auckland (Rugby World Cup)

It has been a joy to watch the 28 year old in action and I believe he will carry on for at least 4 more years. He is 13th on the overall list now and will surely look to become the first South African to pass the 50 mark. A proud South African! Good luck Bryan!

 

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