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Solly Tyibilika

Solly Tyibilika

(1979 – 2011)

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Solly Tyibilika

Solly Tyibilika
(1979 – 2011)

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Solly Tyibilika

(1979 – 2011)
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About Solly
This is an online memorial in memory of Solly Tyibilika. Solomzi "Solly" Tyibilika was a South African rugby union footballer, who played as a flanker for the Lions in the international Super 14 competition in his last years.
Solly Tyibilika was educated at the Loyiso High School.
He played for Springbok 'A' in 2004. In November of that year he made his debut for the Springboks in a match against Scotland at Murrayfield playing at flank. South Africa won the match 45-10. He played in a subsequent test against Argentina in Buenos Aires, which the Springboks won 39-7.
He next played for the Springboks the following season in June, where he played against Uruguay, which the Springboks won 134-3. He then
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played a subsequent test against the Wallabies in the 2005 Tri Nations Series, which the Springboks won 33-20 at Ellis Park in Johannesburg. He earned one other cap that year against Argentina in Buenos Aires in November. He was named in the Springboks' 2006 Tri Nations Series squad.
He was part of the Southern Kings squad that played against the British and Irish lions, in the British and Irish lions tour to South Africa in 2009.
Solly Tyibilika died on the 12th November 2011. This is an online tribute dedicated to his life. May he rest in peace.
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Solly Tyibilika

This is an online memorial in memory of Solly Tyibilika. Solomzi "Solly" Tyibilika was a South African rugby union footballer, who played as a flanker for the Lions in the international Super 14 competition in his last years.
Solly Tyibilika was educated at the Loyiso High School.
He played for Springbok 'A' in 2004. In November of that year he made his debut for the Springboks in a match against Scotland at Murrayfield playing at flank. South Africa won the match 45-10. He played in a subsequent test against Argentina in Buenos Aires, which the Springboks won 39-7.
He next played for the Springboks the following season in June, where he played against Uruguay, which the Springboks won 134-3. He then...

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