Pumas make two forced changes for Kings Clash

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Pumas Coach Jimmy Stonehouse
Photos: Hennie Homann
Steval Pumas’ coach Jimmy Stonehouse made two injury enforced changes to the starting team to take on the Eastern Province Kings.

The Currie Cup clash between the two sides takes place in Port Elizabeth on Friday.

Flanker Brian Shabangu and eightman RW Kember have replaced Jaco Bouwer, who is sidelined by a back injury, and Renaldo Bothma respectively (broken cheek bone).

The Pumas have won four out of their nine matches in the competition this year, putting them above the Griquas and Kings going into the final weekend.

The Pumas team is:Coenie van Wyk, JW Bell, JW Jonker, Stefan Watermeyer, Rosko Specman, Justin van Staden, Reynier van Rooyen, RW Kember, Brian Shabangu, Corne Steenkamp (c), Marius Coetzer, Lubabalo Mtyanda, Vincent Koch, Frank Herne, Corne Fourie. Replacements: Francois du Toit, DeJay Terblanche, Frikkie Spies, Uzair Cassiem, Dylon Frylinck, JC Roos, Jerome Pretorius.

Courtesy of SARU

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