- A woman has shown her dedication to the Springboks by wearing the SA flag as a dress
- She is currently in Japan supporting Siya Kolisi and his squad
- Social media users admired her dedication to the country and team
A woman has shared a picture of her super fan friend dressed from head to toe in SA colours while representing the nation at the rugby World Cup. The dedicated Bok supporter is in Japan and preparing for the boys to bring the cup home.
Nina Pearse took to social media to share a picture of her stunning friend Kirsten Teasdale. Her appreciation post went viral on social media with many fully behind her dedication.
The post has been shared over 2 000 times and has more than 1 000 reactions. Facebook user Jenny-lyn Goslin said:
"Wow look gorgeous, go Bokke."
Tracey Vickers said:
"Queen of Rugby... Give that girl a crown."
France Beyers said:
"Now I feel completely underdressed! Well done Kirsten Teasdale!"
Tandice Allana Gorton said:
"Definitely next level."
Charity Ntomiyethemba Schutte said:
"Absolutely uniquely South African, love it."
Briefly.co.za reported that Jerome Garcès has been appointed the referee for Saturday's final between the Springboks and England. The Frenchman officiated the Boks' semi-final match, which resulted in a win over Wales. Mzansi was none too pleased about the announcement though and made their reactions known on social media. This is the first time Garcès will officiate a rugby final on the world stage.
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