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    accessed 17 October 2005. “Star Q & A: Jannie de Beer”, accessed 17 October 2005. “Rugby World Cup 1999: De Beer Diamond”, accessed 17 October 2005. v...
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    Jannie de Beer is a former international lawn and indoor bowls competitor for South Africa. In 1996 she won the gold medal in the triples and a silver...
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    rugby union player Jannie Boshoff (born 1986), South African rugby union player Jannie Chan, Singaporean businesswoman Jannie de Beer (born 1971), South...
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    and author Jan de Beer (c.1475–1528), Flemish painter and draughtsman Jannie de Beer (born 1971), South African rugby player Johan de Beer (born 1972),...
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    Israel Beer (1912–1966), Israeli senior official convicted of espionage Jannie de Beer (born 1971), South Africa rugby player Jens Henrik Beer (1799–1881)...
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    Jan de Beer may refer to: Jannie de Beer (born 1971), South African rugby union player Jan de Beer (painter) (c. 1475–1528), Netherlandish painter and...
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  • 2015), for most tries in a tournament, with 8 each. South Africa's Jannie de Beer kicked five drop-goals against England in 1999 – an individual record...
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     England Stade de France, Paris   Try: Joost van der Westhuizen, Pieter Rossouw Con: Jannie de Beer 2 Pen: Jannie de Beer 5 Drop: Jannie de Beer 5 Referee:...
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    Montgomery  53' IC 12 Danie van Schalkwyk LW 11 Pieter Rossouw FH 10 Jannie de Beer  71' SH 9 Joost van der Westhuizen  80' N8 8 Gary Teichmann (c)  73'...
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    Percy Montgomery Namibia Newlands Stadium, Cape Town 2007 34 Jannie de Beer England Stade de France, Saint-Denis 1999 31 Percy Montgomery Wales Loftus Versfeld...
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