Emerging Springboks

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Emerging Springboks
South Africa national rugby union team.svg
Union South African Rugby Union
Nickname(s) Springboks, Springbokke, Boks, Bokke,
Amabokoboko
Emblem(s) the Springbok and the Protea
Team kit
Change kit

The Emerging Springboks, called "Junior Springboks" from the 1930s to the 1970s, are the second national rugby union team in South Africa after the national side. They compete every year in the Nations Cup alongside the full national teams of Namibia, Romania and Georgia as well as Argentina Jaguars and Italy A. Now and again they also play touring sides such as the British and Irish Lions. The team is made up of players of all ages and is not necessarily a junior side, but as a selection criterion they may not have represented the Springboks before.

Current squad[edit]

22-man squad that drew with the British and Irish Lions:[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rose at pivot for Emerging Boks". PlanetRugby.com. Retrieved 2009-06-22.