‘Tussen die Horings’ with Joey Rasdien and the Bulls



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As if it wasn’t already awesome enough to be a Vodacom Blue Bulls supporter, it is about to get even better as fans will be treated to exclusive content from inside the kraal during the 2014 Absa Currie Cup season.

All the blue blood supporters should get ready to see their favourite players in a completely new light in the ‘Tussen die Horings’ (‘Between the Horns’) campaign. As proud team sponsors of the Vodacom Blue Bulls, Vodacom has created this digital campaign to enhance the fans experience – Power to the fans.

Players will be grilled in front of the camera as funnyman Joey Rasdien explores the lighter side of our Vodacom Blue Bulls heroes as he asks them impossible questions which poses a ‘between the horns dilemma’.

There are a lot more to these players than possessing impressive ball skills as they think on their feet and give Joey a run for his money.

Every week for the next 10 weeks, Vodacom Blue Bulls supporters would be able to access the video clips.

They will give it horns as Rasdien and the players are tasked to complete various tasks and tricks. Who will win the battle between the backline and the forwards?

This will be answered throughout the Currie Cup competition where the players will be set silly challenges such as a hula hoop face-off between a prop and fullback.

The video content will also introduce Vodacom Blue Bulls fans to the stars of the future while some players could find their calling folding paper jets or master chef. 

The exclusive content will also include training sessions with the Vodacom Blue Bulls where supporters will be given a more personal perspective from the players’ point of view.

The stakes are even higher in this year’s Currie Cup and the teams will have to rely heavily on their die-hard fans, and the video content has been created to keep the Vodacom Blue Bulls supporters psyched as the team goes in search of their 24th title.

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Better known as Bunny, Took over after Pissant went over to the "Dark Side"