Brodie Retallick Springboks and All Blacks match allows for household banter

Brodie Retallick Springboks and All Blacks match allows for household banter

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It will be a nervous 80 minutes for the Pugh household on Saturday night.

The All Blacks and Springboks Rugby World Cup opener is poised to cheekily divide at least one Hamilton household. 

The two title contenders will clash at Yokohama City Stadium at 9.45pm on Saturday. 

The 80 minutes will provide plenty of banter for Marethie and Jake Pugh’s household. 

Marethie, 29, is a Springbok supporter having moved to New Zealand with her family 10 years ago, she’s still happily flying the South African flag.

Brodie Retallick Jake Pugh believes this year's Rugby World Cup is going to be a close campaign.

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Jake Pugh believes this year’s Rugby World Cup is going to be a close campaign.

While husband Jake, 29, is a passionate All Black fan. 

They’ll watch the match at Marethie’s parents place just down the road. 

She jokes that she’s resigned to the fact she’ll be a solo parent to their two children for the next seven weeks. 

“For the next couple of months I won’t have a husband, it’s actually his farewell this Saturday because he can’t really be married to me and rugby at the same time.” 

They both admit to being long-time rugby fans. 

“He [Jake] really likes his rugby, but I did grow up in a family where we used to sleep in our parent’s room on the floor and four or five on a Sunday morning dad would put the TV on to watch the rugby. So we grew up watching rugby in our sleep, but we did grow up with rugby it’s a big part o

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