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Sintu Manjezi shows unbelievable strength of body and mind, now Glasgow beckons

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Sintu Manjezi. (Photo by Johan Rynners/Bulls)
Sintu Manjezi. (Photo by Johan Rynners/Bulls)

Sintu Manjezi took the phrase "run it off" to another level when he played a chunk of the January 2021 Currie Cup final with a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury.

The Glasgow-bound Bulls lock thought, with an unnerving calmness and toughness, that it was isn't as serious as it turned out to be, got it strapped and played on after a highveld thunderstorm break.

That late January day, the Sharks, their slain opponents, had a torrid time at the lineout in one of, if not the closest, clashes between the coastal side and the Bulls since Jake White arrived back in SA in 2020.

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