Springbok fans #RWC2015 gees!

EWN Sport Editor, Cindy Poluta is over in England for the Rugby World Cup - and even though we can't be there we're living the experience vicariously through her social media feeds!

Cindy has made some friends while over in England, and we can blame it one her bubbly personality or the fact that it's easy to make friends when the Boks are your common interest - right?

Whoops! Looks like Cindy and the crew got stuck in traffic on their way over to the big game . . .

And when they made it to the stadium they were greeted by the awesome sight of South African fans are celebrating the beginning of the Boks 2015 Rugby World Cup journey in true South African style:

Lovely Green and Gold on this side of the stadium!

Keep an eye on @CindyPoluta's timeline on Twitter to keep up with her journey of the #RWC2015.

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