MTN Golden Lions name their side to face the Griquas

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Franco van der Merwe doing his job in the lineout against the Vodacom Blue Bulls at Loftus. Photo by Anton Geyser /Rugby15.

The Golden Lions Rugby Union announced the MTN Golden Lions team to play GWK Griquas on Saturday, 6 October 2012 at GWK Park in Kimberley, this afternoon.
There are three changes to the starting line up:
1. Ross Cronje replaces Michael Bondesio at Scrumhalf. Bondesio has been ruled out due to a calf injury.
2. Deon van Rensburg starts at Right Centre in place of Lionel Mapoe who has been called up to the Springbok squad.
3. Alwyn Hollenbach returns from injury and replaces Dylan des Fountain at Left Centre.
On the bench there are six changes:
1. Bandise Maku replaces Martin Bezuidenhout at Reserve Hooker.
2. Caylib Oosthuizen replaces Ruan Dreyer, who has been ruled out with a calf injury, at Reserve Prop.
3. Willie Britz replaces Etienne Oosthuizen at Utility Forward, while Derick Minnie replaces Britz.
4. Guy Cronje will replace Ross Cronje at Reserve Scrumhalf as Ross starts this week.
5. Dylan des Fountain replaces Deon van Rensburg at Utility Back as van Rensburg starts this week.
The team is:

No Position Name Surname
15 Fullback Andries Coetzee
14 Right Wing Deon Helberg
13 Right Centre Deon Van Rensburg
12 Left Centre Alwyn Hollenbach
11 Left Wing Ruan Combrinck
10 Flyhalf Butch James
9 Scrumhalf Ross Cronje
8 Number Eight Warren Whiteley
7 Right Flanker Jaco Kriel
6 Left Flanker Cobus Grobbelaar
5 Right Lock Franco Van der Merwe
4 Left Lock Michael Rhodes
3 Tight Head Prop Jacobie Adriaanse
2 Hooker Callie Visagie
1 Loose Head Prop JC Janse van Rensburg (c)
Replacements:
16 Hooker Bandise Maku
17 Prop Caylib Oosthuizen
18 Forward Lock Willie Britz
19 Loose Forward Derick Minnie
20 Utility Back Guy Cronje
21 Utility Back Dylan Des Fountain
22 Utility Back James Kamana

 

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