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What you need to know about rugby’s return

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The government has given the go-ahead for SA Rugby to put on matches in a safe, controlled “bio-bubble” environment; possibly ruling out the option of teams travelling across the country to play matches, amongst other guidelines.

Rugby has been given the green light. But what does this all mean? Photo: BackpagePix

SA Rugby has been given the green light for this country’s professional players to return to contact training and to host matches in a safe, controlled environment, but what does this all mean? Rugby writer Jacques van der Westhuyzen tells you here everything you need to know about rugby’s return-to-play.

Where we stand

  • The government has given the go-ahead for SA Rugby to put on matches in a safe, controlled “bio-bubble” environment; possibly ruling out the option of teams travelling across the country to play matches.
  • The government has given the go-ahead for SA Rugby to put on matches in a safe, controlled “bio-bubble” environment; possibly ruling out the option of teams travelling across the country to play matches.
  • The government has given the go-ahead for SA Rugby to put on matches in a safe, controlled “bio-bubble” environment; possibly ruling out the option of teams travelling across the country to play matches.
  • The government has given the go-ahead for SA Rugby to put on matches in a safe, controlled “bio-bubble” environment; possibly ruling out the option of teams travelling across the country to play matches.

What we don’t know

  • The government has given the go-ahead for SA Rugby to put on matches in a safe, controlled “bio-bubble” environment; possibly ruling out the option of teams travelling across the country to play matches.
  • The government has given the go-ahead for SA Rugby to put on matches in a safe, controlled “bio-bubble” environment; possibly ruling out the option of teams travelling across the country to play matches.
  • The government has given the go-ahead for SA Rugby to put on matches in a safe, controlled “bio-bubble” environment; possibly ruling out the option of teams travelling across the country to play matches.
  • The government has given the go-ahead for SA Rugby to put on matches in a safe, controlled “bio-bubble” environment; possibly ruling out the option of teams travelling across the country to play matches.
  • The government has given the go-ahead for SA Rugby to put on matches in a safe, controlled “bio-bubble” environment; possibly ruling out the option of teams travelling across the country to play matches.
  • The government has given the go-ahead for SA Rugby to put on matches in a safe, controlled “bio-bubble” environment; possibly ruling out the option of teams travelling across the country to play matches.
  • The government has given the go-ahead for SA Rugby to put on matches in a safe, controlled “bio-bubble” environment; possibly ruling out the option of teams travelling across the country to play matches.

Questions that remain

  • The government has given the go-ahead for SA Rugby to put on matches in a safe, controlled “bio-bubble” environment; possibly ruling out the option of teams travelling across the country to play matches.
  • The government has given the go-ahead for SA Rugby to put on matches in a safe, controlled “bio-bubble” environment; possibly ruling out the option of teams travelling across the country to play matches.
  • The government has given the go-ahead for SA Rugby to put on matches in a safe, controlled “bio-bubble” environment; possibly ruling out the option of teams travelling across the country to play matches.

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