Tank Lanning

WP at a canter!

2013-10-24 09:17
Sport24 columnist Tank Lanning (File)
As a fan, I am absolutely thrilled to see both Bismarck du Plessis and Scarra Ntubeni going head-to-head in the middle of the scrum come Saturday afternoon for the Currie cup final.

Look, I thought Ntubeni was lucky not to be cited after his tip tackle in WP’s semi-final against the Golden Lions, and Du Plessis certainly got the rough end of the stick in being issued a red card for his so called illegal tackle on Dan Carter earlier in the year, so perhaps rugby karma has prevailed.

Tank is a former Western Province tighthead prop and editor of the recently launched free monthly digital rugby magazine called SCRUM

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