The titanic rivalry between the All Blacks and the Springboks has dominated international rugby union for one hundred years. But the origins of that rivalry were based on racism and racial exclusion. The latest ‘Rugby Reloaded’ goes back to 1919 to discover how the great All Black Ranji Wilson was excluded from the first tour to South Africa and how race defined the relationship between New Zealand and South Africa. For more on the history of rugby and the other football codes, follow me on Twitter @collinstony and take a look at

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