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Gallery: Springbok captains honoured

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Cape Town-130327-All the ex-Spingbok Rugby Captains imprinted their hand at the Amphitheatre, Waterfront for the opening of the SA Rugby Museum-Reporter-Sisi-Photographer-Tracey AdamsCape Town 27 -03-13- Springbok rugby captains al met  at the Waterfront to have their hands  moulded - Joost van der Westhuizen is helped on stage by Francois Pienaar and Wynand Claasen 
Picture Brenton GeachCape Town 27 -03-13- Springbok rugby captains al met  at the Waterfront to have their hands  moulded - Dawie de Villiers 
Picture Brenton GeachCape Town 27 -03-13- Springbok rugby captains al met  at the Waterfront to have their hands  moulded - Naas Botha 
Picture Brenton GeachCape Town-130327-All the ex-Spingbok Rugby Captains imprinted their hand at the Amphitheatre, Waterfront for the opening of the SA Rugby Museum. Inpic is Austen van Heerden signing an autograph for 52 year old Leonard Abdol from Kraaifontein-Reporter-Sisi-Photographer-Tracey AdamsCape Town-130327-All the ex-Spingbok Rugby Captains imprinted their hand at the Amphitheatre, Waterfront for the opening of the SA Rugby Museum-Reporter-Sisi-Photographer-Tracey AdamsCape Town-130327-All the ex-Spingbok Rugby Captains imprinted their hand at the Amphitheatre, Waterfront for the opening of the SA Rugby Museum. In pic is Cassiem Jabaar-Reporter-Sisi-Photographer-Tracey AdamsCape Town-130327-All the ex-Spingbok Rugby Captains imprinted their hand at the Amphitheatre, Waterfront for the opening of the SA Rugby Museum. In pic is Dawie de Villiers-Reporter-Sisi-Photographer-Tracey AdamsCape Town-130327-All the ex-Spingbok Rugby Captains imprinted their hand at the Amphitheatre, Waterfront for the opening of the SA Rugby Museum. In pic is Francois Pienaar-Reporter-Sisi-Photographer-Tracey AdamsCape Town-130327-All the ex-Spingbok Rugby Captains imprinted their hand at the Amphitheatre, Waterfront for the opening of the SA Rugby Museum. In pic is Ingrid Botha-Reporter-Sisi-Photographer-Tracey AdamsCape Town-130327-All the ex-Spingbok Rugby Captains imprinted their hand at the Amphitheatre, Waterfront for the opening of the SA Rugby Museum-Reporter-Sisi-Photographer-Tracey AdamsCape Town-130327-All the ex-Spingbok Rugby Captains imprinted their hand at the Amphitheatre, Waterfront for the opening of the SA Rugby Museum. In pic is Jean de Villiers-Reporter-Sisi-Photographer-Tracey AdamsCape Town-130327-All the ex-Spingbok Rugby Captains imprinted their hand at the Amphitheatre, Waterfront for the opening of the SA Rugby Museum. In pic Joost van der Westhuizen stays at his seat (due to his illness) and is assisted with his hand prints. Far left of frame is the oldest living ex-captain, Des van Jaarsveldt-Reporter-Sisi-Photographer-Tracey AdamsCape Town-130327-All the ex-Spingbok Rugby Captains imprinted their hand at the Amphitheatre, Waterfront for the opening of the SA Rugby Museum. In pic Joost van der Westhuizen stays at his seat (due to his illness) and is assisted with his hand prints-Reporter-Sisi-Photographer-Tracey AdamsCape Town-130327-All the ex-Spingbok Rugby Captains imprinted their hand at the Amphitheatre, Waterfront for the opening of the SA Rugby Museum-Reporter-Sisi-Photographer-Tracey Adams

Crowds filled the V&A Waterfront on Wednesday to meet 42 former national rugby captains who had gathered to mark the countdown to the opening of a major new South African rugby museum.

Current Springbok captain Jean de Villiers as well as modern legends Francois Pienaar, Morne du Plessis and Des van Jaarsveldt – who, at 83, is the oldest living Bok skipper – were all there. - Cape Argus

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