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THERE are unlikely to be many changes to the Springbok Sevens team that begins the defence of its IRB Sevens World Series title in Dubai on December 4 and 5.
Coach Paul Treu confirmed yesterday that they would retain the core of last season's winning squad for next month's international contest.
He said they might consider bringing two or three new players into the team to afford them an opportunity to prove their worth at international level.
"We are definitely going to make few changes to last year's winning side because we intend to defend our crown as IRB Sevens World Series champions," Treu said.
Western Province scrumhalf Paul Delport was appointed captain of the side. He has a mammoth task after the sterling performances of predecessors like Mzwandile Stick, Mpho Mboyozo, Jonathan Mokuena and Neil Powell.
"We want to create a platform for all our players to excel as leaders," Treu said.
The final squad will be announced on Friday.