Bright future for SA rugby
The Baby Boks preparing for a game that is 'as big as it gets'.
CAPE TOWN - The future of South African rugby looks bright as the Baby Boks prepare to play in their first ever under-20 Junior Rugby World Championship final.
The Baby Boks outplayed and outclassed Argentina by 35 points to 3 in Sunday night's semi-final at Newlands in Cape Town.
They now face four time current champs New Zealand in the final on Friday evening.
Coach Dawie Theron said it does not get any bigger than this.
"Maybe this can be a dream final because New Zealand are the guys who hold the trophy. We know it is going to be very tough. We are very proud of the guys and the way they responded to the pressure."
Theron said there are several top quality youngsters coming to the fore.
"The future of South Africa, we can get excited about it. And I think to know there is more than one great fly half coming up though the system is very good for us."