Where were you in ’95 and ’07 ?

Many South Africans can remember exactly where they were back in 1995 when Francois Pienaar and Madiba celebrated winning the Rugby World Cup in front of thousands of fans at Ellis Park.

Bryan Habana will be a key player for the Boks.
Bryan Habana will be a key player for the Boks.

The Bok class of 2007 repeated this feat by taking out England in the World Cup in France. John Smit and his team swept all before them and once again sport demonstrated how it can unify a country as everyone celebrated their victory.

The 2015 Rugby World Cup kicks off on Friday with England taking on Fiji in what could be an enthralling encounter.

A key player in the game will be gigantic winger  Nemani Nadolo, who had a great Super 15 campaign with the Crusaders.

Fiji will play a physical game and will be a good test for an English team desperate to play well on home soil.

E Street Cafe, situated in Fountains Mall will be the place to watch the Rugby World Cup this year.

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We watch rugby
We watch rugby

Owner Marius Malherbe explains that rugby fans will be well catered for over the next seven weeks.

“We will be giving away a hamper a week via JBay News as well as holding in shop competitions like guess the score, starting with the England vs Fiji game on Friday evening,” said Marius.

The build up will begin at 7 pm on Friday, with the opening ceremony taking place at 8 pm and kick off at 9 pm.

Tables can be booked via 042 293 0095.

The first hamper give away will take place on Friday on the JBay News Facebook Page so make sure you are a fan and don’t miss out on some awesome give aways.

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