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Springboks wrap up their trophy tour in Cape Town

Written by: Elizabeth Kgabane

Cape Town - Shooting the breeze today is the Springboks team sharing the joy of their Rugby World Cup victory through their trophy tour.

According to the SA Rugby website, the route plan for Cape Town Springboks trophy tour started at City Hall at 10h30 and is expected to finish at 17h00 along Jakes Gerwel onto the N2.

From the City Hall the bus departed along Darling Street

  • Left onto Adderley Street
  • Right onto Wale Street
  • Left onto Long Street
  • Right onto Buitensingel
  • Right onto Loop Street
  • Right onto Strand Street
  • Left onto Adderley Street
  • Right onto Hertzog Boulevard onto Nelson Mandela Boulevard

13h00: Second leg via N2 to Langa, Belhar and Elsies River 13h30: Take Bhunga Avenue offramp

  • Right onto Washington Drive towards Jakes Gerwel and right towards N2 14h30: Depart for Belhar via N2 and R300 onto Stellenbosch Arterial
  • Right onto Symphony Way into Robert Sobukwe 15h15: Left onto De la Rey Street through Ravensmead
  • Left onto Francie van Zijl Drive towards Uitsig and Elsies River
  • Left onto Jakes Gerwel onto the N2 and back to the hotel (arrival around 17h00)

Fans are seen out in numbers in the streets of CapeTown embracing their champions:

Fans await the arrival of the Springboks on the Grand Parade in Cape Town on 11 November 2019. Picture: Ayanda Felem/EWN
Speaker of the National Assembly Thandi Modise tells the Springboks that they have made the entire country proud during their victory tour of Cape Town on 11 November 2019. Picture: @ParliamentofRSA/Twitter



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