SA Rugby's controversial Currie Cup call: Tel Aviv Heat coach 'surprised, saddened' after boot

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Kevin Musikanth. (Photo by Peter Heeger/Gallo Images)
Kevin Musikanth. (Photo by Peter Heeger/Gallo Images)

Former UCT Ikeys Varsity Cup-winning coach and current Tel Aviv Heat head coach Kevin Musikanth expressed "sadness and disappointment" after the Israeli club was removed from the upcoming SA Rugby competition, the Mzansi Challenge.

Heat was announced as one of the five new additions to the Currie Cup First Division, who are meant to join the latter stages to inaugurate the Mzansi Challenge.

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