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Sale Sharks sign another Springbok in lock Lood de Jager

SBS Thursday, 25 April 2019
PRETORIA (Reuters) - English Premiership side Sale Sharks have signed South Africa lock Lood de Jager on a three-year deal, the first of a number of Springbok players set to move to European clubs after the World Cup in Japan.
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