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Dundee rugby fans pack local venues to savor Bok victory

Rain or snow local rugby fans kept the Bok flag flying.

Braving wind, rain, mud and lots of tension, hundreds of Springbok rugby supporters gathered at The Shed and other venues to watch South Africa defend their World Cup crown against old rivals the All Blacks.

Those who gathered at The Shed also enjoyed a beer fest, live music by Smokkelhuiz and lots of goodwill. A huge bonfire was made to keep the unexpected chill at bay and The Shed rocked with cheers from those clad in green and gold when Siya Kolisi was seen on the big screen, lifting the trophy.

Green and gold were also the colours of choice by those attending the Kraaines Morning Market earlier in the day in Glencoe, with young and old alike keeping the South African spirit alive.

A huge bonfire kept the winter cold away at The Shed-.
Greg and friend enjoying the evening.
Vlooi of The Shed chatting to Joey and family.
Bishop Xaba in his Springbok colours while out supporting the Kraaines Market on Saturday morning.
Dillin and Sandra at The Shed beerfest.
Nail biting rugby for Dillin, Sandra and Joost.

The Shed was packed despite the rainy weather.
Hannes and friends get firmly behind the Springboks.
Tamara and friends waiting impatiently for the game to start the Shed where patrons also enjoyed a beerfest.
Ben and Hetta Loots were at the Kraaines Market in the morning but were sat firmly in front of the television screen when the big game started.
Rugby fun at The Shed.
The atmosphere was tense at The Shed, where rugby supporters enjoyed the beer fest and watched the rugby.
Emile Meyer, Gert Spies and Morgan Gregory.
Wian de Bruin was full of confidence that the Boks would defend their title when he enjoyed the final at The Shed.

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