Cheetahs: Flank Brüssow ready to practise

2011-11-09 00:00

CAPE TOWN — Injured Springbok flank Heinrich Brüssow will start training with the Cheetahs next week ahead of the Super Rugby tournament.

The Cheetahs’ team doctor, Ian Morris, told the Volksblad that Brüssow is recovering well from the rib injury he sustained in the Springboks’ quarter-final loss to Australia.

The Cheetahs start their preparations for next year’s Super Rugby tournament in Bloemfontein on Monday. Morris said the “fetcher” flank probably won’t be able to participate in all the training regimes yet.

Other injured players, lock Francois Uys (rib), flyhalf Sias Ebersohn (ankle) and centre Philip Snyman (groin), will all be ready to train.

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