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Tony Jantjies to stay at Bulls

2012-09-11 16:26
Tony Jantjies (File)
Pretoria - SA Under-20 flyhalf Tony Jantjies, brother of Lions flyhalf Elton, has renewed his contract with the Blue Bulls until the end of 2013.

According to the supersport.com website, Jantjies, a member of the victorious SA Under-20 squad that won the IRB Junior World Championship in Stellenbosch earlier this year, is currently playing for the Blue Bulls Under-21 side.

Jantjies, part of the SARU system since Under-16 Grant Khomo week, played Craven Week for the Blue Bulls and has steadily moved up the ranks.

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