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Joggie Viljoen

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Joggie Viljoen

Joachim Frederik "Joggie" Viljoen (Born 22 July 1976)[1] is a South African rugby union footballer who played at scrum-half for the South Africa national rugby union team during the late 1990s. Viljoen, a native of South Africa's Eastern Cape Province, currently resides in New Zealand and is the first choice scrum-half for Manawatu in the NPC.


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