Just days after winning the Rugby World Cup, Beast announced his decision to retire from international rugby today.
Bidding the game he is the 17th most capped international forward Beast said:
I’ve been privileged to play this great game and achieve many career goals over the last 12 years of playing senior rugby. I’ve been blessed to have been part of teams that achieved so much success over the years, and I have many memories to cherish forever, but I can honestly say that winning the Rugby World Cup is the perfect ending and cherry on top.
The Zimbabwean born Beast retires after representing South Africa internationally a whopping 117 times.
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