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The Bulls have suffered a blow to their plans ahead of the Super Rugby trip to Argentina to take on the Jaguares in Buenos Aires on Saturday night with the news that influential centre Johnny Kotze has been ruled out due to meningitis.
Kotze‚ who scored the third Bulls try in their comprehensive 40-3 victory over the Stormers‚ has been replaced by former Springboks winger Cornal Hendricks in the only change to the squad from Saturday.
“He has meningitis and he will be out for at least two weeks‚” said Bulls coach Pote Human at Loftus on Tuesday morning.
“It is unfortunate that he is not available for us for this trip, but at the same time it is fortunate for Cornal. He is looking forward to his first Super Rugby game in a while.
“He is very hungry and motivated. I am looking forward to seeing him play at this level again. We will bank on his experience from previous years and when I told him that he is going to play he was very happy about the opportunity. He promised me that he wou...
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