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VIDEO: Bok put through his paces for the first time in Ireland

WATCH as two-time World Cup-winning Springbok Steven Kitshoff gets put through his paces for the first time at Ravenhill Stadium.


The 31-year-old, capped 83 times by his country, arrived in Belfast, Northern Ireland, at the weekend for the start a three-year stint with the Irish province.

After being introduced to his new teammates, Kitshoff ‘enjoyed’ his first full training session with Ulster.

Apart from his 83 Tests – making him the second most capped Bok prop – Kitshoff has played 120-odd games for the Stormers, 40-odd for Western Province and 30-odd during his stint in France.


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