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Former Springbok Scrumhalf Ross Cronje Has Announced His Retirement From Rugby.

Breaking News: Former Lions and Springbok Scrumhalf Ross Cronje has announced his Retirement From Rugby. Cronje who played as a Scrumhalf Both in the Lions and the Springbok told the media this afternoon about his retirement.

Meanwhile Ross Cronje started playing Rugby at a very young age while he was still at primary school. He played Ametuer Rugby before he joined Sharks XV in 2009. He also played in South Africa under 20, Were he made Five Appearance. On the other hand Cronje he's a Twins Brother of Zimbabweans Born Guy Cronje who is Currently play for KwaZulu-Natal Side College Rovers.

Meanwhile his Boss In the Club said there will respect Cronje's Decisions. However the full Statement will be Release As early as next week. On the other hand just minutes after his Announcement Many People across the globe took to social media to congratulate and wish Cronje well in the Future. Here are some of the Twitty: I will miss you Cronje @Twitter. Com. We love you Ross Cronje @Facebook .Com.

As a News Hub Creator I would like to take this opportunity to wish Ross Cronje well on his Retirement. I will keep updating you regarding this story moving forward. Continues reading Opera News.your comments are more than welcome. Stay Safe Stay At Home. Continues Following Covid-19 Protocols. Wearing of musk at all times. Social Distance.

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