David Williams states (FM Life March 6): "Remember the shock in 1993 when the great Northern Transvaal prop, Jan Lock, died after a Currie Cup final curtain-raiser, played in Durban. The autopsy confirmed cardiac failure was the cause." A ballooning and out-of-shape Lock in fact died chasing teammate Drikus Hattingh around the inner sanctum of Loftus Versveld, foaming at the mouth, in a steroid-induced "roid rage", indeed resulting in cardiac failure. David Williams states (FM Life March 6): "Remember the shock in 1993 when the great Northern Transvaal prop, Jan Lock, died after a Currie Cup final curtain-raiser, played in Durban. The autopsy confirmed cardiac failure was the cause." A ballooning and out-of-shape Lock in fact died chasing teammate Drikus Hattingh around the inner sanctum of Loftus Versveld, foaming at the mouth, in a steroid-induced "roid rage", indeed resulting in cardiac failure. This occurred after Lock had played in the 1pm curtain-raiser to the October ...

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