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South Africa's Sport Legend From Rugby World Cup 95 "The Black Pearl" Dies
The family of rugby legend, Chester Williams, is still trying to deal with his sudden death.
Nicknamed the "Black Pearl", Williams who was 49, was a Springboks wing from 1993 until 2000. He played 27 tests, scoring 14 tries in that time.
In 1995, Williams was viewed as one of the key players, scoring four tries in the historic 1995 World Cup final.
At the time of his passing, Williams was the head coach at the University of the Western Cape. He is the fifth member of the 1995 World Cup winning squad, to pass away.
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