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Springbok captain Siya Kolisi returned home to thousands of fans in Zwide, Port Elizabeth on Sunday during the team's victory tour. It was in this township where Kolisi first learnt how to play rugby.
The 2019 Rugby World Cup-winners mingled with excited supporters as their trophy tour stopped in the small town of Despatch outside Port Elizabeth. Fans shared in the glory of Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus, who hails from this area.
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A sea of fans awaited the Bok bus in New Brighton, hometown of assistant coach Mzwandile Stick on Sunday morning. He stood on top of the bus, proudly lifting the Webb Ellis Cup.
The Springbok victory tour bus is currently making its way through the Friendly City to give supporters the opportunity to see the Webb Ellis trophy in person.
The Springboks put the team and the country first, captain Siya Kolisi told journalists on Sunday morning as the fourth leg of their trophy tour kicked off in a rainy Port Elizabeth.
Captain fantastic Siya Kolisi and the World Cup-winning Bok squad arrived in Port Elizabeth on Saturday evening. They were met by hundreds of adoring fans at the airport.
Crowds lined the streets of Mdantsane outside East London on Satuday afternoon. Springbok supporters cheered on the Springbok wing Makazole Mapimpi who hails from the area.
Hundreds of screaming fans lined the streets of East London as the Springbok trophy tour convoy made its way through the city. Siya Kolisi, captain of the 2019 World Cup champions, held up the trophy for the cheering supporters.
Springbok centre Lukhanyo Am thanked East London fans on Saturday morning for all of the love and support the team had been receiving. The team kicked off the third leg of their trophy tour in the city on Saturday morning with thousands of fans rocki
East London exploded for the Boks on Saturday morning. The World Cup-winning Springboks were met by a sea of supporters outside the City Hall. Fans crowded the streets, some stood on rooftops to catch a glimpse of the team.