WATCH: Bok prop Ox Nché lastly will get his cake and eats it

Ox has returned to motion for his membership, the Sharks and has spoken in regards to the need to keep up the excessive requirements he set through the World Cup.

Greater than a month after he lifted the Webb Ellis trophy with teammates, Retshegofaditswe “Ox” Nché went to retailer Woolworths’ retailer in Durban to just accept his provide of cake.

“I simply need to say thanks guys, thanks for the wonderful welcome. I didn’t anticipate so many individuals, I’m nonetheless a bit shocked. I appreciated the assist you’ve been giving us all through” stated Ox. An array of assorted truffles have been positioned on a desk in what appeared like a boardroom.

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Model capitalising

In 2022 Ox posted a photograph of himself having fun with a bit of cake, adjoining to him within the photograph was a small chalkboard with the phrases ‘salads don’t win scrums’ written on it, an insinuation that cake does.

Greater than a 12 months after that Instagram submit from the unfastened head prop, Woolworths, capitalising on Ox’s nice off-the bench efficiency towards England within the Rugby World Cup Semifinal final month, responded to Ox’s submit.

“Expensive Ox, please attain out to us for a 12 months’s provide of chocolate cake. After final night time, it’s a South African precedence,” the shop tweeted.

After the memorable end result towards the English, Ox advised media that “I’ve had the caramel salted cheesecake, triple chocolate and a good toffee cake”.

After the Springboks’ countrywide trophy tour that lasted every week, Ox along with fellow ahead Bongi Mbonambi picked up their model new vans from a Mitsubishi dealership.

Sustaining the usual

Ox has spoken about his dedication to not drop the requirements that he set in France through the World Cup when he seems within the United Rugby Championship for his crew, the Sharks.

 “For me, it’s extra of a problem, as a participant I need to get higher,” stated Nche when he spoke to the media.

“I’ve proven what I can probably do, and for me, it’s about setting that normal. I can’t all of a sudden do lower than what I used to be doing on the World Cup for the Springboks.

“So, for me, it’s about setting that normal and really protecting going the way in which I’ve been enjoying,” he stated.

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