"Knows what he said" - Tom Curry's evidence looks bad for South Africa forward - Ruck

“Knows what he said” – Tom Curry’s evidence looks bad for South Africa forward

In an interview with the Mail Online, Tom Curry has voluntarily shared his perspective on recent events, choosing not to remain silent as his loved ones became entangled in a complex and toxic narrative.

The incident occurred during the Springboks’ 16-15 win against England in their Rugby World Cup semi-final in France on 21 October.

World Rugby reviewed video and audio footage and submissions from both teams before clearing Mbonambi to play in the final against New Zealand, ruling there was “insufficient evidence” that he had used the alleged term.

“I didn’t really want to speak about it from the start,” revealed Curry.

“For me, on both occasions, the ball was out of play. Me and Bongi were talking and there’s no misunderstanding from my part. I went to the referee straight away.

“I heard what I heard. That’s all I really want to say about it and I won’t really be talking about it again.”

In essence, Curry stands firm in his initial account of the events. Mbonambi, in contrast, asserted this week that he was saying ‘wit kant’—Afrikaans for ‘white side’—and accused England of being ‘unprofessional’ for criticising World Rugby’s handling of the situation.

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Stuart Hogg

After confirming his retirement, Hogg said in a statement: “A new career beckons and I will attack in the same manner as I play the game.”

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He is the co-owner of steak house Finsbay Flatiron in Glasgow.

The focus for Finsbay Flatiron is steak, specialising in 8oz flat irons (as the name suggests) and steaks from £8 on weekdays and £10 on weekends, as well as sides like mac and cheese and triple cooked chips.


He’s a director of a distillery named Maiden Batch.

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Jack Nowell

The England and Exeter Chiefs winger is the co-owner of The Swordfish Inn back in his hometown of Cornwall.

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