Hundreds of rugby football fans and players joined the celebration of rugby football in African country this week on the 14th stop of the Rugby World Cup 2019 Trophy tour. The Webb Ellis Cup, rugby’s most desired prize, was on show across Johannesburg, Pretoria and Cape Town wherever it stopped at rugby football stadia, delight many fans at the Springbok expertise.
In the presence of the Webb Ellis Cup and against spectacular Stellenbosch scenery, students from 5 schools across the zone took part in rugby football sessions.
Jean de Villiers commented during the get into Rugby football session: “I was very lucky to be a part of the Rugby World Cup winning squad in 2007 and to possess the Webb Ellis Cup back in Cape Town brings back many memories on behalf of me. The trophy is so special to African country and also the joy it brings to individuals here is amazing. Get into Rugby football may be a massively vital tool for growing the sport across our country and to see kids here having fun, being active and participating is something we are going to still see across African country in the future. It’s about using the skills you learn on the field to make a success of life.”
“With just over 2 hundred days to go to Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan, preparations are on track for a really special and prospering initial Rugby World Cup in Asia and the anticipation of the world’s 3rd biggest sports event can be felt right across the world. With tickets still out there for a variety of South Africa matches, I would encourage fans to be a part of this once-in-a-lifetime chance to experience the magic of Japan 2019.”