Former Scotland forward Brown, drove his Saracens teammate de Kock from Glasgow to the westerly town of Oban before boarding a ferry to the remote Isle of Mull. Making their way through the picturesque landscape, the two former rugby internationals arrived at Mull RFC and surprised the players during their weekly training session.
While in Mull, Rugby Legends Kelly Brown from Scotland and Neil de Kock from South Africa have given their thoughts on the third round Pool B match between Scotland v. South Africa at St. James Park, Newcastle on 03 October 2015.
The former Scotland flanker commented: “As a Scotsman, I am going to have to go with my home nation to win it. I think that they have done really well in the first two games.”
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