Super Rugby

Kings receive injury boost

Cape Town - The Kings have received a timely boost ahead of their upcoming Super Rugby clash against the Chiefs with news that a number of players previously out through injury, are fit to play. 

Kings head coach, Deon Davids, will be able to call on the services of Jacobie Adriaanse (concussion) and Kevin Luiters (tight calf) who were sidelined the past few weeks. 

Jaco van Tonder (ACL injury) Louis Fouche (knee operation) and Aidon Davis (knee operation) have returned to training as well.

The Kings will be searching for their first win in this year's competition and will face stiff competition from a Chiefs outfit still smarting from a home loss to the Lions.

The match takes place at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Saturday, March 12.

Kick-off is at 15:05. 

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