Closed session planned by the South African Federation

Closed session planned by the South African Federation

Springbox will be back in competition. The South Africans, the 2019 world champions, have not played a game since the match against England in Yokohama a year and a half ago. For this comeback, the British and Irish Lions are making a traditional quadrenial tour of South Africa. If the springbox is going to kick a lawn again, they should do so behind closed doors. In fact, in a statement, Jury Rooks, president of the South African Rugby Federation, confirmed that current plans for the tour include games behind closed doors. “We hope to ease the restrictions on the presence of spectators in sports, but now we are planning an event behind closed doors,” the second said. If the rules change, we will evaluate all possible options and make the necessary decisions based on the restrictions. “

New calendar confirmed

Statement by Jury Rooks as part of the confirmation of the new schedule for the British and Irish Lions tour of South Africa. Following a Test match against Japan at Murrayfield on June 26, the selection led by Alun Win Jones will take place against the South African team എല്ല Lions on July 3 at Ellis Park in Johannesburg. Due to health reasons, the idea of ​​selecting the best players to play in South Africa was rejected. Before the three Tests between the British and Irish Lions, the tour did not change in the games against the Sharks, Bulls, South Africa “A” team and Stormers. But, as expected, the British election will limit travel between the Gauteng region and Cape Town, with the final match hosting the first Test and the last two at the Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg.

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