To mark one month before the start of the Rugby World Cup in Japan, they invited former Springbok wing Bryan Habana and former All Blacks scrumhalf Justin Marshall to the Kwandwe Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape. Habana and Marshall played a game of touch rugby with rangers at the reserve, which is home to the Big Five. The “field” they played on wasn’t fenced, so a predator could have surprised them.Land Rover is the official Worldwide Partner of Rugby World Cup 2019™. With more than 20 years of heritage supporting rugby at all levels, Land Rover is celebrating what makes rugby, rugby.
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