Chaselyn Colby returns to face Ireland

Chaselyn Colby returns to face Ireland

Toloney Chaseline Colby, who returned to the South African squad after a jaw injury last July, will start at full-back to face Ireland on Saturday in Dublin (6:30pm).

South African coach Jack Nenber has decided to make three changes to his team to face Ireland on Saturday in Dublin (6:30 p.m.). Thus, Toulonet Cheslyn Colby, who was injured during the summer tour against Wales, will return to the ranks of the Springboks by taking the full-back position. The 29-year-old will replace Toyota Verbles quarterback Willy Le Roux.

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Also in defense, Stormers player Damien Willems replaces France Stein in Flytale, while Kurt Lee Arendsay will be on the wing to make up for the absence of Canan Moody, who suffered a hamstring injury.

Damien has done well for us as a first-leg player, and continues to improve as a player in this role, while we believe Chislin has the potential to add a new dimension to our game as a full-back. The South African coach confirmed during a virtual press conference.

This match is important for the Springboks as it will allow them to test their groups less than a year after the World Cup, and above all to prepare themselves against a team they will face in the global group stages.

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