International Rugby Superstar David Pocock goes back to his Zimbabwean Roots in New Documentary

In an interview with Australian Story, International rugby union star David Pocock and his partner Emma visit his homeland Zimbabwe where, as a youth, he found his passion and energy that drives him everyday on and off the Rugby field. At 27, David Pocock made headlines around the world for his stand-out performances with the Wallabies during the 2015 Rugby World Cup. He's just as widely known for his commitment to effecting social and environmental change in Australia and Africa. Part one of this two part special will be introduced by Australian pro-surfer Mick Fanning and will air 8pm Feburary 22 on ABC TV Watch the trailer below

'True Grit' Monday Feb 22 - 8pm ABCTV
EXCLUSIVE: This Monday night we take you to Zimbabwe and an insight into the private life of Qantas Wallabies hero and international Rugby Union star David Pocock. Part one of this two part special will be introduced by Mick Fanning 8pm Feburary 22 on ABC TVBrumbies Rugby ABC Grandstand 666 ABC Canberra
Posted by Australian Story on Tuesday, February 16, 2016

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