- On Monday, Rassie Erasmus' 31-man squad for the Rugby World Cup was revealed
- The Springboks shared the announcement on social media
- Siya Kolisi returns as the captain of the Springboks and newbie Herschel Jantjies was also included
There are only 25 days left until the 2019 Rugby World Cup kicks off and South Africans anxiously awaited the announcement of the Bok squad.
On Monday, the Springboks revealed the 31-man squad who will represent South Africa in the World Cup, which is set to be hosted in Japan.
The 31 rugby players who have made the cut in Rassie Erasmus' 2019 World Cup squad are:
South Africans seemed to be pleased with Rassie's selection and they expressed their views on social media.
Botes Agenbag commented: "Great squad. Good luck Rassie and the boy's, make us proud again. Go Bokke!!!!!!!"
Elvis Mans wrote: "I am satisfied with this squad and I hope that they will make us proud."
Lusindiso Nowewe Lucio added: "As anticipated ... couldn't be a greater squad ... a big congratulations to the selected men and best of luck to you gentlemen go make us proud."
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