Lions and SA rugby legends get together

Radiolynx have kindly given The Rugby Blog access to some videos relating to this summer’s British and Irish Lions rugby tour. The first of these shows Jason Robinson and Bryan Habana working with some school children in a Johannesburg township, a great example of the fact that Lions tours are about far more than just the rugby.

Two time British & Irish Lion Jason Robinson has been reunited with his friend Bryan Habana at a school in Johannesburg. Jason is heading up HSBC’s community outreach programme and was in action coaching 400 township children, when a surprise visitor made the children’s day even more special.

Bryan Habana, named in the South Africa squad for the British & Irish Lions Tour, popped into catch up with Jason and help coach the children at the HSBC Rugby Festival at St John’s College.

Bryan and Jason have previously joined forces to launch HSBC’s kit collection programme in association with SOS IRB Kit Aid back in November.


2 thoughts on “Lions and SA rugby legends get together

  1. The second match proves that there is a major problem with the coaching. The kicking was great but only after Morne Stuyn was braught on. He was the key player that won the game in the end. We lost 3 kicks i.e. 9 points! Fransious Stuyn is an up and coming player, however not the best choice for start.

    Problem being the coach, the desicions made, bench usage. Morne was not even originally earmarked to be selected.

    Thus, quite honestly we have the best team in the word, however one of the worst coaches in the history of Springbok history. This was proved in the last 20 min of 1st test in the series and again in the 2nd test with the man of the match only brought on in the last 20 min.

    Piet Snor should not be in the position he is. As even confirmed by the English media and the South African supporters.

  2. Disregard the previous post.. wrong place. However the South African Coach is absolutely horrible. No contest.

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