The schools from which the 2019 Springbok World Cup squad hail

2019-08-27 11:37

Cape Town - Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus named a formidable 31-man squad for this year's Rugby World Cup in Japan on Monday.

READ | The teams and countries the 31-man Springbok 2019 Rugby World Cup squad call 'home'

The Boks will be looking for a third Webb Ellis Cup title having tasted success in 1995 at home and in 2007 in France at the tournament which kicks off on Friday, September 20.

From which schools did the 17 forwards and 14 backs selected to do duty in Japan matriculate?

As below...

Paul Roos Gymnasium
Schalk Brits
Steven Kitshoff
Willie le Roux
Herschel Jantjies

Grey College
Cobus Reinach
Francois Steyn

Hugenote - Springs
Vincent Koch
Lood de Jager

RG Snyman

Ben Vorster
Trevor Nyakane

St Alban's College
Bongi Mbonambi

Francois Louw

Cheslin Kolbe

Brits High
Franco Mostert

De Vos Malan
Lukhanyo Am

Florida High
Elton Jantjies

Grey High
Siya Kolisi

HTS Middelburg
Kwagga Smith

S’busiso Nkosi

Jim Mvabaza High
Makazole Mapimpi

King Edward VII (School (KES)
Malcolm Marx

Maritzburg College
Jesse Kriel

Damian de Allende

Duane Vermeulen

Warrick Gelant

Paarl Boys’ High
Frans Malherbe

Paarl Gim
Handré Pollard

Peterhouse, Zimbabwe
Tendai Mtawarira

Pieter-Steph du Toit

Eben Etzebeth

Faf de Klerk

Compiled by Rugby365's Tauriq Ebrahim

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