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Blitzboks Gear Up for World Rugby Sevens Series in Spain, Justin Geduld Makes a Welcome Return to the Squad
- The Blitzboks will be looking to continue their great start to the season when they compete in 2 legs in Spain
- Justin Geduld makes a welcome return to the Blitzbok team after spending 2 years away due to an injury
- The Blitzboks won the opening 2 legs in Dubai and will be hoping for a repeat performance in Spain
The Blitzboks got the 2022 World Rugby Sevens Series off to a perfect start and will be hoping to continue that fine form when the series heads off to Spain on 21 January 2022.
The Blitzbokke have already won the first two legs of the new season, picking up victories in the Dubai legs. The victories see them top the standings ahead of Argentina.
The Blitzboks took to Twitter to share the squad news and there were some notable additions.
As Sports24 reported, Justin Geduld was making his return to the squad after a two-year absence from the team. Sako Makata, Dewald Human, Mfundo Ndhlovu and Darren Adonis have also been added to the team.
Coach Neil Powell is confident in his team's abilities and is pleased with the squad he is able to select.
“We are lucky to have most of our squad available again, with only Muller du Plessis not available due to injury,” Powell was quoted as saying by Sports24.
“We also made a call to give Ronald Brown a rest as he has a slight knee strain and we decided not to risk him, but rather to recover as soon as possible.
Fans on social media were also impressed with the team choice and are hopeful that the Blitzboks can continue their winning form.
"Not bad. A few missing names though"
"So glad to see @JustinGeduld back! All the best boys!"
"Nothing but faith in you lads"
Trevor Nyakane sets Twitter alight. posts stunning photos of family in France ahead of his Racing 92 debut
Trevor Nyakane is living his best life now that he has officially made the move to France. The Springbok Prop was signed by Paris side, Racing 92, who were so desperate to land the former Blue Bulls star that they bought him out of the remainder of his contract with the Pretoria team, Sports Brief reported.
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Trevor Nyakane recently took to his Twitter account to share some photos of his new surroundings, including a photo in front of the Eiffel Tower, adding that he and the family already love it there.
Speaking of his moving to France, Nyakane described it as 'the challenge he needed,' Tech Gaming Report confirmed. After sharing the snaps, fans can't get enough of Trevor's new life and congratulated the prop on his new journey.