South Africa vs France Rugby Live Online TV Coverage 2017
Starts: Saturday, 10 June, 2017 09:00am
Ends: Sunday, 11 June, 2017 12:00pm
South Africa vs France Rugby Live Stream Online 10 June 2017
France vs Springboks Live Online TV Coverage 2017
The Springbok have named their squad for the Incoming Series against France, which includes eight uncapped players
The host provinces, for Springbok Tests or any other tournament or competition
Cape Town - Sharks loose forward Jean-Luc du Preez will join the Springbok squad on Monday in Plettenberg Bay, it was confirmed on Saturday.
The Springboks will spend a week in Plettenberg Bay to prepare for the Incoming Test Series against France, which kicks off with the first Test in Pretoria on June 10.
SA Rugby did not give a reason for Du Preez's late inclusion, but it means that the squad now goes from 31 to 32 players.
The 21-year old Du Preez, who made his Springbok debut last November against Wales in Cardiff, was earlier in the week included in the SA ‘A’ squad for the forthcoming two-match series against the French Barbarians.
However, he will now join up with the rest of the Springbok squad members when the group assembles on Monday in Plettenberg Bay, as an additional loose forward.
Du Preez is in the Sharks side that will take on the Stormers in Durban on Saturday.
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