'That was the toughest mental battle I had to face,' Courtnall Skosan joins The Scenic Drive
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'That was the toughest mental battle I had to face,' Courtnall Skosan joins The Scenic Drive

Courtnall Skosan is a force to be reckoned with. He joined The Scenic Drive team to chat all things, career highlights, Lions and muthi!

Courtnall Skosan
Courtnall Skosan / Jacaranda FM.

Courtnall Skosan describes the last few years as amazing and he further expresses his gratitude for all the successes he has experienced.

He played for UP Tuks in their victorious 2012 and 2013 Varsity Cup campaigns and has since become a household name.

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Courtnall joined The Scenic Drive team to chat about some of his career highlights and obstacles, and of course the team had a bit of fun with the Springbok wing. 

At the start of 2018 The Lions suffered a major blow ahead of their Super Rugby campaign with the news that  Skosan will miss the entire competition, after tearing his anterior cruciate ligaments in his knee. 

A few weeks thereafter, the Lions received a pleasant surprise with the news that Skosan would be back in action sooner than expected. "That was the toughest mental battle I had to face, since I started playing rugby," Skosan told the team.

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But what would it take to get the Lions to the number one spot? That was one of the pertinent questions during Skosan's visit on The Scenic Drive. 

Our Scenic Drive Driver, Quinton visited Faraday Muthi Market in search of muthi to help the Lions rugby team become 'real lions' in order for them to gain the top spot on the log in the Super Rugby. 

While at the market Quinton met Baba Buthulezi, an expert in the field of traditional medicines, who suggested a special mixture to help the Lions.

The mixture consisted of Lion hairball, 'Brown Powder', Snake Venom, Pieces of python skeleton, Springbok fat and 'Brown liquid'

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