Pollard: There's still room for improvement
The flyhalf had said he wasn't happy with his performance against Samoa and trained harder last week.
Johannesburg - Springbok flyhalf Handre Pollard said that while his kicking was far better on Saturday's game against Scotland, there was still room to improve.
The flyhalf had said that he hadn't been happy with his kicking performance against Samoa and that he had trained hard in the week to get it better for the Scotland game.
The young Springbok also took his hat off to the Wallabies for knocking out England and hopes that the Boks will meet them in a few weeks' time.
Pollard said the greatest injury concern for the Boks at the moment is JP Pietersen, but that the rest of the boys are ready to go for the next match.
Pollard told 702's John Robbie that Jean de Villiers's early retirement from international rugby was a huge loss for the team and that the team had taken it upon themselves to make the former skipper proud. [LISTEN] to the full interview with John Robbie below.
[LISTEN] to the full interview with John Robbie below.
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