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South Africa 1995 RWC Champions Squad Signed Jersey - Pienaar, Stransky, Joubert

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South Africa 1995 RWC Champions Squad Signed Jersey - Pienaar, Stransky, Joubert

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    Framed Size: 800 x 1000 (mm)
    Certificate of Authenticity: Yes, AMA


    We have acquired two 1995 South Africa RWC squad signed jerseys.

    The 1995 Rugby World Cup was the third Rugby World Cup. It was hosted and won by South Africa, and was the first Rugby World Cup in which every match was held in one country.

    In the final, held at Ellis Park in Johannesburg on 24 June, South Africa defeated New Zealand 15–12, with Joel Stransky scoring a drop goal in extra time to win the match. Following South Africa's victory, Nelson Mandela, the President of South Africa, wearing a Springboks rugby shirt and cap, presented the Webb Ellis Cup to the South African captain François Pienaar.

    Personally signed by the following players and coaching staff:

    Francois Pienaar (c)
    Chris Rossouw
    James Dalton
    Naka Drotské
    Os du Randt
    Balie Swart
    Marius Hurter
    Garry Pagel
    Mark Andrews
    Kobus Wiese
    Hannes Strydom
    Krynauw Otto
    Ruben Kruger
    Robby Brink
    Rudolf Straeuli
    Gary Teichmann
    Adriaan Richter
    Johan Roux
    Joel Stransky
    Hennie le Roux
    Japie Mulder
    Brendan Venter
    Christiaan Scholtz
    Pieter Hendriks
    Chester Williams
    James Small
    Andre Joubert
    Gavin Johnson
    Morne du Plessis (Coaching Staff)
    Gysie Pienaar (Coaching Staff)

    Independent AMA authentication and certification.

    The majority of the signatures were obtained at Kings Park Stadium on August 23, 2008 in Durban, South Africa and at Ellis Park on August 30, 2008 and June 24, 2015 in Johannesburg, South Africa.

    Please note that the coach (Kitch Christie) died in 1998 and thus did not sign the jersey, nor did the late Joost Van Der Westhuizen.

    Design of jersey may change depending on current availability.


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