Following his first column for SARugbymag.co.za looking at schoolboy rugby in South Africa, former Springbok Stefan Terblanche will be available to answer your questions.
In his Monday column, Terblanche highlighted that schoolboy rugby is becoming far too professional in South Africa: ‘Attending a game is one thing and more often than not it’s a great day out, but I often found myself staring at the size of these kids and realising that somewhere the game that I started playing and loved at school has changed in such a way that I hardly recognise it anymore,’ he wrote.
‘My main concern and a topic I really battle to come to terms with is that I often ask myself: Do I want my sons to play rugby? I will probably get crucified for this but unless my kids have a serious growth spurt, they won’t …’
The full column can be found here, and Terblanche is now inviting readers to send him any questions that they may have around the subject of his column, or on the game in general. Bear in mind, later this year Terblanche will also serve as a member of World Rugby’s judicial committee at the World Cup.
*Please post any questions as a reply to this post on Twitter or in the comment section of Facebook. The best 10 will be forwarded to Terblanche.
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