More Tears Today #Parforcourse Another #Legend In Our Family; My Pops, Paul Bayvel Ex #Springbok Rugby Scrummie

Just a few more tears today #parforcourse

We have another #legend in our family.

My pops, Paul Bayvel ex #springbok rugby scrummie from flipping long ago.
Today I organised for his biggest fan to meet him Pieter Van Der Spuy – after many years of him asking (dad doesn’t like fame or pics 🤪).

Although at 69 & 70 the genes of these two are looking hopeful for us. Denise Bayvel

Dads Hair (So On Trend) & Captain of the side #morneduplessis looking strong @Springboks
Thanks for the legs to #NolegDayEverNeededForYourGirls oh and clearly a scrummie as you def brought 3 dwarves into this world
Thanks for my green eyes pops – would have hated your ice blue ones 🙄😜
The Bullet Pass
Famous sisters 💁‍♀️🙄@debsbayvel @BronniBee
Most famous sister (firstbron)😵🤐🙄🙄🙄 brilliant at everything & beautiful @BronniBee
Born 6 years later and no one even knew he had tried for a son “Jason” … non famous me adding to remind them

Not even adding to the beautiful words that my oldest sis wrote (just a pic of me always as I was the forgotten non famous child long after his rugby career was finished #thirdchildsyndrome)

Not even adding to the beautiful words that my oldest sis wrote (just a pic of me always as I was the forgotten non famous child long after his rugby career was finished #thirdchildsyndrome)

Repost @BronniBee

Repost @bronni_bee Dad. May my boys follow in your footsteps. To have your talent and your tenacity. To lead as you did. To love as you have. To be strong and bold and fearless. To make their kids as proud one day as I am of you. You rock. #scrapbookmemories #mydad #scrumhalf #springbokrugby love you @bronni_bee you are incredible your musings are amazing & true.

& your Becky loves you to pops my first love ❤️

Love Always

JoJo

1 thought on “More Tears Today #Parforcourse Another #Legend In Our Family; My Pops, Paul Bayvel Ex #Springbok Rugby Scrummie

  1. rayminias

    Hi JoJo, Living in SA 20 years ago, I got into watching rugby and it wasn’t really played here much in the States. It is now a sport played more often here but watching my friends play back in the day was a lot of excitement as it was a tough and competitive sport. I a am sure you are proud of your father for many reasons including Rugby!!
    Best Ray

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