Bakkies chomping at the bit

Bakkies chomping at the bit

Wellington : New Zealand | Oct 04, 2011 at 3:31 AM PDT
Source: News 24
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Springbok hardman Bakkies Botha said he was chomping at the bit ahead of Sunday's Rugby World Cup quarter-final against Australia after missing two titanic pool battles against Wales and Samoa. Niggling injuries meant the reigning champions' pre-eminent enforcer sat out the narrow, hard-hitting... FULL ARTICLE AT News 24
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