Reigning World Rugby Player of the Year, Pieter-Steph du Toit, has made a 'priceless' donation to the Covid-19 R32-12 charity initiative recently launched by SA Rugby.
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The Springbok 2019 Rugby World Cup-winning squad have put up cherished mementos in what may well be rugby’s biggest ever raffle with all proceeds going to hunger alleviation charities, Food Forward SA and Gift of the Givers.
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The campaign has been built around the final score (32-12) in the 2019 World Cup final last November, in which the Springboks defeated England.
In all there'll be 44 prizes (32 + 12) and the campaign will run for 44 days.
SA Rugby will reveal a new prize daily on its website www.springboks.rugby and on its social media channels, with the first revealing on 1 July.
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To date, four prizes have been confirmed:
- Siya Kolisi - Rugby World Cup pool match jersey
- Rugby World Cup trophy tour - to your house!
- Bongi Mbonambi - Rugby World Cup training jersey and boots
- Pieter-Steph du Toit - Rugby World Cup presentation tracksuit
Those wishing to purchase a ticket can do so via Computicket.