Habana's speedy recovery

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Stormers wing Bryan Habana is helped off the field after being injured during the Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Chiefs at Newlands Rugby Stadium in Cape Town on March 9, 2013. Picture: AFP PHOTO / RODGER BOSCH

Cape Town - There’s good news for the injury-plagued Stormers team.

Springbok wing Bryan Habana will be available for their upcoming four-match Australasian tour.

A knee injury has kept Habana on the sidelines for nearly a month.

The Cape side produced a remarkable 22-15 win over the Sharks on Saturday, despite having 13 players out injured.

Habana’s availability will definitely be a welcoming boost to the Stormers, and he is expected to return to action within the next two weeks.

Further good news for Allister Coetzee is the availability of Scurra Ntubeni and Rynhardt Elstadt, who will also be fit to join the travelling squad.

-eNCA

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