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News: DHL STORMERS changes seven

Article Date(s):08/07/2020

The DHL Commando announced a team that will be changed for seven games in the final Super Rugby rugby jerseys nz game Down Under against the Rebels at AAMI Park on Friday (starting time is 11h40).

Two of the changes are mandatory injuries. Rynhardt Elstadt and Duane Vermeulen withdrew from the game due to knee injuries, and those tournament injuries also caused some position changes.

In one of these changes, the regular prostitute Deon Fourie moved from the front row to the back row (6th place), Siya Kolisi moved to the other side of the chaos, and the exciting Nizaam Carr was overwhelmed in eighth place.

With Fourie's wing, the prostitute Scarra Ntubeni, who won the Curie Cup, will start his Super Rugby game with the number 2 jersey for the first time. In the last change in the front row, Pat Cilliers will start with Frans Malherbe in the rotation policy from the tight pillar, Frans Malherbe (Frans Malherbe) will return to the bench this week.

The DHL Stormers' central defenders have also changed. Elton Jantjies and Louis Schreuder played together for the first time in flyhalf and scrumhalf respectively.

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Falhalf Gary van Aswegen has started four games in the past 10 jerseys and will be reduced to the bench this week, while Nic Groom will join the game and Nic Groom will seek to make his debut. Scrumhalf Dewaldt Duvenage will completely withdraw from the competition this week.

In turn, the groom will be seated on the bench by lock-in Gerbrandt Grobler (Gerbrandt Grobler) and substitute Martin Bezuidenhout (Martin Bezuidenhout). Gebrert Grobler flew to Australia as an injury cover this week. The wing/guard Don Armand and wing Gerhard van den Heever, who sat on the bench last week, formed the rest of the bench.

Assault team coach Allister Coetzee said: "Despite all the changes, some of them have been buy all black rugby jersey affected by injuries. This is an exciting team and we are determined to complete the tour at a height. We have trained very well this week. Well, we look forward to Friday’s game."

The commando is still in Sydney and will be transferred to Melbourne on Thursday before Friday's game. They will fly back to South Africa on Saturday.

Looking ahead to the finals and the challenge of facing the rebels at home, Kutcher added: "They are an all-out offensive team. They bring the ball to the free throw line and are not afraid of taking risks.

"I don't think they will change, they will follow suit. Their ending is very strong-the lineup is great, there are tall players, and the disruption is also good, their tight props are good players. So we know the dangers there."