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Columnists 17.5.2017 03:25 pm

Blitzboks’ victory put the cap on the weekend

‘They were simply magnificent,’ said the Arithmetically-challenged One of coach Neil Powell’s team.

The Arithmetically-challenged Golfer was in full cry, and after a weekend where the Lions had completed a grand slam on their tour of Australia and the Blitzboks had struck gold in Paris and clinched the 2017 World Sevens Series in the process, his euphoria knew no bounds.

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