WIN a signed Bok jersey

Courtesy of DHL, we are giving away a brand new Springbok jersey signed by ’95 Rugby World Cup legends Joel Stransky and Chester Williams.

DHL has a long history of delivering rugby around the world, providing logistics expertise for the Rugby World Cup 2011 and the recent British & Irish Lions Tour, to name just two. To celebrate this, they will be making an announcement about their global rugby partnerships at a function in Cape Town next week …

So, in the build up the announcement, DHL Express Africa are offering one Front Row Grunt reader a Springbok Rugby jersey signed by both ’95 Rugby World Cup legends Joel Stransky and Chester Williams …



Post the answer to the following question as a comment on this blog post: How many of Chester’s 4 tries that he scored against Samoa in the ’95 Rugby World Cup quarter final against Samoa did Joel convert?


Post the following from your Twitter account: Hey @frontrowgrunt, a @bokrugby jersey signed by Joel and Chester courtesy of #DHLDelivers would look so good on my wall!


The competition is open only to people living in South Africa


  1. Joel Stransky did not convert any of Chester’s tries. Gavin Johnson was the kicker.

    1. CONGRATULATIONS! You are the winner of the Bok jersey signed by Joel and Chester … DHL will be in touch regarding the delivery of the prize!

  2. None. Gavin Johnson was the Fly half that day. And if I’m not mistaken they were called Western Samoa back then.

  3. Johnson converted 3 of the tries, missed 3 conversions, and slotted two penalties. And Joel was watching from the stands. Nice try though Tank.

  4. Had to phone gran for help because she is a rugby genius and because I was still a little boy back then. Stansky didn’t kick any conversions or penalties. Gavin Johnson had 3 conversion and 2 penalties.

  5. None, Joel Stransky did not play in that game because of an eye injury. Gavin Johnson took all the kicks.

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