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Springbok giant finds joy in return to test fold after overcoming injury struggles



RG Snyman is back

RG Snyman is back. The formidable Springbok lock expressed his gratitude for being selected to represent South Africa in the Rugby Championship after an absence of over three years from Test rugby. Overcoming significant challenges, including knee injuries and burns from a fire-pit accident, Snyman’s return to the Springbok camp in Pretoria fills him with joy as he sets his sights on securing a place in the upcoming Rugby World Cup. With an impressive record of 23 Test caps, Snyman is thrilled to be back in the squad and appreciates the honour of being part of the team again, as per The South African.

Joining Snyman in Pretoria is his Munster teammate, Jean Kleyn, whose outstanding performances in the Vodacom United Rugby Championship have caught the attention of the national coaches.

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The Springboks have an exciting schedule, with matches against formidable teams, including Australia, New Zealand, and Argentina, in the Rugby Championship. These games will prepare for the highly anticipated Rugby World Cup. South Africa will face formidable adversaries, including Scotland, Romania, Ireland, and Tonga, as they strive for glory.

RG Snyman’s return to the international stage significantly enhances the depth and strength of the Springbok squad. With his unwavering determination and wealth of experience, he is poised to make a substantial impact as South Africa continues to pursue success in rugby.


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