Spurred on by the thrill of hosting the Sevens World Cup, the Blitzboks are further motivated to make the most of coach Neil Powell’s last dance with the team.
The Blitzboks perform best under the bright lights and the reigning World Series champions, are excited to perform in the Los Angeles Sevens.
Springbok Sevens forward Sakoyisa Makata fields a couple of quick questions from SA Rugby magazine’s DEVIN HERMANUS.
Sako Makata and Angelo Davids have promised to revive the Blitzboks’ spirits and flagging form at the London Sevens, starting on Saturday.
In-form Lions flyhalf Jordan Hendrikse will link up with the Blitzboks in England and will make his international sevens debut at the London Sevens this weekend.
The Blitzboks have returned to training in preparation for the two Sevens Series tournaments in Spain and the squad has been boosted by Justin Geduld’s return from injury.
The Blitzboks produced this moment of magic to see 21-year-old Sako Makata score the match-winning try in the LA Sevens final against Fiji.
Sako Makata is set to make his Blitzboks debut after being named in the squad for the next two legs of the World Rugby Sevens Series in the USA and Canada next month.