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Greyling to miss Waratahs clash



Vodacom Bulls prop Dean Greyling will miss Friday’s Super Rugby clash against the Waratahs in Sydney after he returned to South Africa on Saturday.

Greyling’s wife is due to give birth to the couple’s first child on Monday and the expectant father left Sydney today to be present for this memorable event.

No replacement has been flown in, as Dawie Steyn is on tour with the squad.

Medical reports on Jacques Potgieter (knee), Wynand Olivier (ribs) and Frik Kirsten (hand) will be made available as soon as the necessary scans has been done.

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