South Africa’s ‘bomb squad’ commemorate Rugby World Cup victory with new tattoos

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South Africa's 'bomb squad' commemorate Rugby World Cup victory with new tattoos



World champion Springboks took outing of their celebrations to get tattoos to commemorate South Africa’s third Rugby World Cup triumph.  The Springboks beat England 32-12 in Yokohama final Saturday to carry the Webb Ellis Cup in Japan and match New Zealand’s document of worldwide rugby titles.  South Africa’s gamers are on a victory tour this week after returning house as heroes and the likes of prop Steven Kitshoff, hooker Bongi Mbonambi and locks RG Snyman, Franco Mostert and Eben Etzebeth, who all performed within the last, visited a tattoo parlour in Johannesburg for brand spanking new ink.FALLEN HEROES/FACEBOOKSouth Africa’s RG Snyman (second from left) and Steven Kitshoff (proper) exhibiting off their bomb squad tattoos in commemoration of their Rugby World Cup win in Japan. Every of them opted for one thing private to recollect their World Cup win on a short cease of their victory parade across the nation. READ MORE:* The following Rugby World Cup hosts* Hansen and Learn’s ABs legacies* England botched haka formation* Boks star misses victory parade* England performed too good: O’Gara* Scotland fined for storm rant Kitshoff, Mostert and Snyman every acquired a “bomb squad” tattoo in reference to the particular identify for these gamers coming off South Africa’s bench and all three did that all through the event.  Mbonambi opted for a easy however pleasing scribble of the Webb Ellis Cup and one other squad member, first five-eighth Elton Jantjes, went for a Springbok tattoo with the date of the ultimate, November 2, 2019. The tattoo parlour, Fallen Heroes, welcomed the prospect to ink up their rugby stars as South Africa received their first World Cup in 12 years. “Your entire nation was superbly united throughout this world cup, which culminated in probably the most superb win on the 2nd of November. We have been so honoured to be invited to tattoo our boys this week on their first day again,” their Fb publish learn. GETTY IMAGESSpringboks captain Siya Kolisi on their victory tour again house. “Thanks Joe Fleming for these unimaginable footage and Balm Tattoo for coming together with us, offering the workforce together with your superior aftercare and simply typically being the good.” The Springboks have been in Durban on Friday and head to East London, Port Elizabeth and Cape City afterwards.



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