Springboks, Japan, 2019 Rugby World Cup

Springboks, Japan

Boks set to fine-tune Rugby World Cup prep

18.8.2019

Boks set to fine-tune Rugby World Cup prep

Apart from a few team-building exercises, the Springbok coaches and conditioning staff will put the training squad through some field sessions and a series of technical activities as the Boks continue to refine their plan for Japan.

Meanwhile, Ulster looseforward Marcell Coetzee, who went off early against the Pumas with a head knock and ankle injury, did not travel to Bloemfontein.

The 36-man Springbok squad who have assembled for the RWC camp in Bloemfontein are:

Read more: Eyewitness News

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