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Meet the wives and girlfriends of the men set to dominate the game.


If you’re new to the WAG-spotting game, we’ve rounded up a list of wives and girlfriends who should bring some excitement off the field. IOL_ Lifestyle

Meet the wives and girlfriends of the men set to dominate the game.

This will be New Zealand player Sonny Bill Williams’ third World Cup and chances are that wife Alana Raffie will be joining him. A former model said to be of South African decent, Raffie married her Prince Charming at age 20.

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You can’t mention World Cup WAGs without Rachel Kolisi being on the list. The wife of Springbok captain Siya Kolisi has earned quite a reputation for dragging other women “thirsting” after her man on social media.

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When Cheslin Kolbe and fiancé Layla Cupido tied the knot in January last year, their stunning summer wedding was featured on Top Billing. Throughout his rugby career, Cupido has been the driving force behind the fullback player - which explains his heartfelt proposal straight after the Stomers’ victory over the Boland Cavaliers.

The Chartered Accountancy graduate moved with Kolbe to the south-west of France and they seem to be settling in well with their daughter Kylah. With an Instagram following of 15.4K followers, Cupido constantly updates their fans on the family’s latest adventures.

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The two tied the knot in 2015. The star-studded guest list included Mtawarira’s Springbok teammates.

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Chester Williams broke barriers and gave hope to young black rugby playersFew South African rugby players have attained such lofty status that their full names aren’t required to know who they are. Joost‚ Victor and Schalk are three. And Chester.

Wallabies wrap up World Cup preparations - SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader.David Pocock made a successful return as the Wallabies bid farewell to Australia with a hard fought 34-15 victory over Samoa at Western Sydney Stadium on Saturday in their final match before the Rugby World Cup.

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