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What the Blue Bulls do on Currie Cup semi weekend...

2013-10-22 08:48
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Cape Town - What do the Blue Bulls get up to when they are not involved in the Currie Cup semi-final playoffs?

They wrestle crocodiles!

While Western Province were beating the Golden Lions in Cape Town and the Sharks were pummeling the Free State Cheetahs in Durban and Griquas were sneaking past the Pumas in their promotion-relegation clash, the Blue Bulls had the weekend off.

Except for loose forward Arno Botha it seems who took in a little fishing - and "taming" of baby crocs...

Next season perhaps the men from Pretoria will have better things to do...



"The fishing got too easy, so I accepted the challenge. pic.twitter.com/SW7BETRXYO" (Arno Botha via Twitter)

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