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Go green and gold with a Bok mask

This week it’s 25 years since Francois Pienaar’s Springbok team lifted the Webb Ellis trophy after beating New Zealand in the Rugby World Cup … We still get goosebumps thinking back to that never-to-be-forgotten day!

Now you can relive those incredible memories by buying a limited-edition Bok mask from your nearest Pick n Pay while doing good and supporting the Chris Burger/ Petro Jackson Players’ Fund – the official charity of the Springboks which supports rugby players in SA whose lives were changed through serious injury on the field.

WIN … 

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Wear your Bok masks while watching a replay of the historic final on 24 June and share your photos with the hashtag #1team1country on social media. By using the hashtag and tagging @PicknPay and the @Playersfund_sa, you can stand the chance to win a rugby ball signed by all three of the winning captains, Francois Pienaar, John Smit (2007) and Siya Kolisi (2019)!

The mask is available in three sizes, including small, for younger Bok fans from R45.99 – R49.99.

 

 

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