In conversation with Jake White: Don’t miss out – IT’S FREE!

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The Chris Burger Petro Jackson Players’ Fund invites you to join them this Thursday at 19h30 as they welcome Rugby World Cup winning-coach and strategic mastermind, Jake White, into their Zoom room.

White is an internationally recognised rugby coach who has recently been appointed director of rugby of the Bulls in Pretoria.

The Players’ Fund invites you to sit back in the comfort of your home and watch and listen as Dr Dean Allen gets to know the man who in a clearly worked out plan took the Springboks to glory in 2007.

Tickets for this extra special Zoom webinar are FREE, but please ensure that you register/book your place to receive a complimentary Zoom link.

Springbok supporters also stand a chance of winning the official Springbok Opus – the ultimate celebration of the extraordinary history of this symbol of a nation, from the first games played in 1891 through wars, social change, unification and, ultimately, recognition as World Cup champions.

This limited edition book – No.2 of 20 – was signed by the Springbok squad in September 2015 and donated to the Players’ Fund.

Raffle tickets for this incredible piece of memorabilia cost just R100 and only 300 tickets are on sale. The winner will be announced during Thursday’s final episode of the webinar series.

To enter the raffle and book for the FREE webinar with White, CLICK HERE.

This event forms part of the extraordinary fund-raising efforts that the Players’ Fund are having to venture into as a result of the global COVID-19 pandemic in an effort to ensure that they remain available to their 107 recipients.

Meanwhile, limited edition Springbok Supporters’ face masks in celebration of the 25th anniversary of South Africa’s maiden World Cup triumph are still available at Pick n Pay stores nationwide.

All profits will be donated to the Players’ Fund, the official charity of the Springboks which supports rugby players in South Africa whose lives were changed through serious injury on the field.

For more information and to donate to the Players’ Fund, CLICK HERE.

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