Bokke

The World Cup fever is starting to spread like wildfire as we get closer to the massive event, Fish Hoek Primary sent a message to the Bokke.

 

Fish Hoek, Western Cape – Are you ready to cheer South Africa on at the 2019 Rugby World Cup? We cannot wait to see our guys in Green and Gold out on the field, making us proud. We cannot wait to hold our hands to our hearts and sing along with them, loud and proud. And we cannot wait to see the country united!

With just 21 days to go, people are starting to get excited. We have seen the World Cup squad selection and feel hopeful.

The Fish Hoek Primary School students are just as excited about the World Cup as us, and they decided to show it. The kids all dressed up in their best green and gold outfits and shared their love for the Bokke.

They cheered the team on in their school hall, and the excitement felt by the kids is infectious! The school then went on to challenge another school to continue the gees and to support the Bokke.

Our hearts are just so full, and we know that this gees challenge will be loved by all, especially the Bokke. We cannot wait to see how Sun Valley take on the challenge.

Take a look at the adorable video below.

We too have a message for the Bokke, we stand with you, and we are rooting for you.


Sources: Fish Hoek Primary School
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