Boks are back ... and upcoming workloads may vary greatly

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Eben Etzebeth. (Photo by Grant Pitcher/Gallo Images)
Eben Etzebeth. (Photo by Grant Pitcher/Gallo Images)

News24 Sport chief writer   

South African franchise rugby goes back up a tangible notch in gravitas again this weekend: it signals the return to availability of the crème de la crème Springboks.

A select group of players considered indispensable to the quest to retain the Webb Ellis Cup in France later this year have just come off two full months of revitalising feet-up time, completely free of any activity in the United Rugby Championship or domestic Currie Cup.

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