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Baby Boks face Argentina

Written by Rob Otto (robdylan)

Posted in :Original Content on 17 Jun 2012 at 17:30
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The South African Under 20 side play Argentine tonight in their IRB Junior World Championship semi-final match.

Coach Dawie Theron has made few changes to his starting side after the come-from-behind win over England, with wing Pat Howard and hooker Jason Thomas forced out through injury. Tshotsho Mbovane and Mark Pretorius start in their stead, while an unenforced change sees Sharks man Namakwa van Dyk come in at tight head for Oliver Kebble.

The side will again be lead by centre Willa Small Smith, with squad captain Wiaan Liebenberg named on the bench.

The match takes place at DHL Newlands and kicks off at 19h15 local time.

SA Under 20:
15. Dillyn Leyds (Western Province)
14. Paul Jordaan (KZN)
13. William Small-Smith (Vodacom Blue Bulls, captain)
12. Jan Serfontein (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
11. Tshotsho Mbovane (DHL Western Province)
10. Handrè Pollard (DHL Western Province)
9. Vian van der Watt (MTN Golden Lions)
8. Fabian Booysen (MTN Golden Lions)
7. Pieter Steph du Toit (KZN)
6. Shaun Adendorff (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
5. Ruan Botha (MTN Golden Lions)
4. Paul Willemse (MTN Golden Lions)
3. Maks van Dyk (KZN)
2. Mark Pretorius (MTN Golden Lions)
1. Steven Kitshoff (DHL Western Province)

16. Franco Marais (KZN)
17. Allan Dell (KZN)
18. Oliver Kebble (DHL Western Province)
19. Braam Steyn (KZN)
20. Wiaan Liebenberg (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
21. Abrie Griesel (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
22. Tony Jantjies (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
23. Raymond Rhule (Toyota Free State)


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