The Springboks are back on South African soil following an impressive tour of Australasia and will need all the support to help them over the final hurdle to claim the Castle Lager Rugby Championship title.
South Africa’s pride will take on Australia in the Mother City at Newlands on Saturday where the Nelson Mandela Plate will be up for grabs.
Absa is the proud official team sponsor of the Springboks, but they do not sponsor rugby, they sponsor the Human Spirit.
The Human Spirit is about their support of our national pride that inspires a country and future rugby heroes.
It is about those never-say-die moments when the odds are stacked against us — the pursuit of a dream and achieving it.
You are the Human Spirit and Absa want to thank you for being a fan ahead of the crucial Test. #HumanSpirit
Up for grabs – 2 lucky Rugby 15 readers stand the chance of winning 2 match tickets, PLUS a Springbok jersey and Absa goodie bags.
Our winners will also be provided with a shuttle service from a central meeting point to the Stadium on Saturday.
Answer this question on our facebook page: (https://www.facebook.com/RugbyFifteen)
Which player has been the stand out Springbok in the Rugby Championship thus far?
Criteria: Name of player which will be backed up by the most likes on the Facebook post.
Rugby 15′ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
Remember to like the post.
The competition closes at 5pm on Thursday.
Winners will be announced on our Facebook page at 6pm on Thursday.
All winners need to be available to attend the Test Match and all prizes will be handed over by a representative of the competition organizers on Match day.
Pictures of the winners will be posted on Rugby 15′s site as well as by the competition organizers.
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