All Blacks’ flanker Sam Came has been given the medical go ahead to return to New Zealand following a lengthy injury induced spell.
Cane underwent an emergency surgery on his neck after breaking a vertebrae in their test match against the Springboks on October 6th.
The game saw the All Blacks the Boks 32-30 in a thrilling show at Loftus.
Cane was subsequently full of praise for South Africa and their people whilst he was recovering.
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My extended stay in South Africa has come to an end & I’m finally on my way home! The care and support I’ve received from the people of South Africa has been amazing and much appreciated. Thank you.🙌🏼 I’ve also been very lucky to have these two lovely nurses looking after me.👩🏽⚕️👩🏼⚕️ Looking forward to getting home!✈️
The 60 cap All Blacks incumbent will be sidelined indefinitely, for several months and was expectedly omitted from the All Black end of year tour squad.