The South African Sevens team staged one of the biggest fight-backs in the history of the game to snatch victory from a gallant Australia at Murrayfield.
The Springboks trailed 7 – 21 at half-time and the Aussies quickly added another 2 tries through Van Der Glas and Ed Jenkins.
Already decimated by injuries to their captain Kyle Brown as well as Neil Powell and Paul Delport, it must have seamed like curtains for the men in Green & Gold.
However, the BlitzBokke stayed cool under pressure and replied with 4 more through Frankie Horne, Bernado Botha and a brace by the ever-improving Steven Hunt.
However, it was the powerful run around try by the powerful Sibusisu Sithole who scored the winner after the hooter had sounded.
In the process South Africa equaled their 2008 feat (Dubai and George 7s) by winning back-to-back tournaments (London last week & Edinburgh today).
The Springboks also leap-frogged England to finish the season in second-place overall after winners New Zealand.
Born to do this! (Pic: Norman Drake)