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SS gets rugby’s biggest party started



Dubbed “rugby’s biggest party”, the South African leg of the 2012-13 IRB Sevens World Series will be a fusion of high-octane rugby and music festivities as the top Sevens Rugby nations together with the country’s top musical acts bring Port Elizabeth to a standstill this weekend.

The tournament, starting on Saturday, will be broadcast live from the majestic Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on SS1 and HD1 starting at 10.45am on Saturday.

Another delight for the Port Elizabethans will be the return to action of local star Cecil Afrika, a timely boost for the Blitzbokke after faltering in Dubai without his services.

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