Young South Africans dominating again in America | Houston v Utah | MLR Rugby Highlights

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Rugby Highlights in Major League Rugby as Houston Sabercats play Utah Warriors. Houston yet again are enjoying having plenty of young South African stars on their team, with three of them scoring today alone. Kian Meadon, Gideon van Wyk and Davey Coetzer are just some of the names from South Africa in this team! #MajorLeagueRugby

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