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Tinus de Beer headlines the growing Bull run in Kimberley

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Tinus de Beer. (Gallo Images)
Tinus de Beer. (Gallo Images)

With due respect to Griquas' competitiveness, when a player moves to Kimberley, he reasonably expects to be given consistent game-time.

As such, Tinus de Beer had more than enough reason to feel a bit despondent about the start of his new chapter at Tafel Lager Park.

After joining at the end of 2018, the former star flyhalf from Tuks only made four starts last year, a situation exacerbated by the fact that the man he had to usurp in the No 10 jersey is his captain, George Whitehead.

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