The Springbok Sevens squad proved that chivalry is not dead when they stopped their bus to help a woman change a flat tyre.
The members of the top team got out to lend a hand after spotting a Vancouver local with a flat tyre.
— Springbok Sevens (@Blitzboks) March 11, 2017
— 7s in South Africa (@BlitzBokke) March 12, 2017
The Springbok Sevens team were touring in Canada for the Vancouver 7s.
The Blitzboks made the final but were defeated 19-7 by England.
The team secured 41 of a possible 44 log points on offer, made both finals in Las Vegas and Vancouver and won the USA leg.
They now return to South Africa on Wednesday, 23 points ahead of England, who has moved into second spot on the overall log.
Next up for the Blitzbokke is a trip to Hong Kong (7-9 April) and with a number of his players battling with injury, Neol Powell says: “We have a short turnaround and in two-and-a-half weeks we will be on our way to Hong Kong again.
“We still need to do medicals, but it seems that we will lose a number of players and might need to travel to Hong Kong with a much younger squad. We have some hard work ahead of us.”
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– Daily Voice