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Wasps' Springboks bring the sting

Late Tackle 37 | Wasps' Springboks bring the sting

EXCLUSIVE: Wasps duo Juan de Jongh and Nizaam Carr were probably unlucky not to be included in the Springboks squad for the Rugby Championship but that doesn’t mean that their dream of once again donning the green and gold has died.


De Jongh, who boasts 19 caps, joined Wasps in 2017 while Carr left the Stormers after the 2018 Super Rugby season.

Wasps' Springboks bring the sting

De Jongh and Carr gets the show underway by giving some insight into life at Wasps before they lay it all on the line by speaking about their Springbok ambitions.

The pair then shares their thoughts on the surprise inclusion of Ruhan Nel into the Springbok setup at 08:22 before Carr shares his reasoning behind leaving South Africa to ply his trade in England.

The difference between the northern and southern hemisphere is debated at 19:21 before the Springbok duo share how they feel Super Rugby can be improved to return to its glory days.

Wasps cult hero Ashley Johnson’s popularity takes centre stage at 35:34 before the former Stormers centre and loose forward share their happiness on Cheslin Kolbe’s inclusion in Erasmus’ Springbok squad.


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