John Smit pays respect to Jonah Lomu

2015-11-18 08:27

Cape Town - Former Springbok skipper John Smit has added his respects following the news of All Blacks great Jonah Lomu's shock death.

Smit, who played 111 Tests for the Boks including leading the team to victory at the 2007 Rugby World Cup, wrote on Twitter on Wednesday: Waking up to the news of Jonah's passing is devastating. I loved watching him, playing against him & knowing him. My prayers are with this family.

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