Wednesday, December 14, 2005
Bulls Squad out in full force in George
Once that is done OORB will confirm it.
Big herd of Bulls in George
Posted on Wednesday, December 14, 2005 - 10:20
A large group of 42 Vodacom Bulls players are currently honing their skills in George for a massive Super 14 onslaught, but Victor Matfield, Bakkies Botha and Bryan Habana are not amongst these.
The Bulls’ three super Boks are all enjoying a well-deserved break and will only join the team in January, when there will be little time left to do the final fine-tuning before the first warm-up match against the Cats kick of on 14 January.
The other Springboks in the squad are all in George.
It will also be interesting to see how last season’s under-21 heroes cope with the rigours of senior rugby. With 11 members of the victorious SA Under-21 squad in the squad, there are a host of players for whom a bright future is predicted. Also in the sqad are the under-19 stars, Chiliboy Ralepelle and Hilton Lobberts.
The Falcons, Deon Strydom and Willem Slabbert are also training with the team and on the whole it does not seem as if any members of the side will let the team down at the highest level.
The team training in George:
Fullbacks: Johan Roets, Hennie Daniller, Willem Slabbert
Wings: John Mametsa, Marius Delport, Riaan van den Bergh, Pierre Spies, Akona Ndungane, Trompie Nontshinga
Centres: JP Nel, Wynand Olivier, Dries Scholtz, Rudi Coetzee
Flyhalves: Morne Steyn, Derick Hougaard, Kennedy Tsimba
Scrumhalves: Fourie du preez, Neil Powel, Heini Adams
Loose forwards: Jacques Cronje, Danie Rossouw, Ruan Vermeulen, Johan Wasserman, Pedrie Wannenburg, Tim Dlulane, Hilton Lobberts, Derick Kuun
Locks: Adriaan Fondse, Francois van Schouwenburg, Cliff Milton
Tight heads: Richard Bands, Andries Human, Wessel Roux
Loose heads: Gurthro Steenkamp, Danie Thiart, Jaco Engels, Harry Vermaas
Hookers: Gary Botha, Kobus van der Walt, Adriaan Strauss, Chilliboy Ralepelle, Deon Strydom.
Is this your own info- or did you lift the arti?
If you did lift it please mention the source- otherwise I have to delete it.
Sorry- maar dis hoe dit is.
I wonder, and hope so, if the Bulls have allocated any time towards giving local clinics down there in the Garden Route.
An hour or so every day should be very easy to fit between training and socialising.
I sincerely want our players and teams to start seriously understanding the responsibility they have towards promoting and spreading the gospel of rugby throughout the land.
Would it hurt the Bulls to go into the local disadvantaged area for an hour a day for the week?
What price the impact of such a move?
It's beyond value.
Komaan, dink positief!
Nou wanner pos julle ouens op my saait?
Ek moet nog iets oorspronklik skryf dan sal ek daar pos- relax man
Nog nuut in die Blogging game.
Attie, waar's jou site?
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