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Brown, who captained Scotland to third in the RBS 6 Nations, said: “I’m very disappointed to be heading home but I wish the boys all the best and I’m sure they will do well in the final two games of the tour.”
Brown was forced off at half-time in Durban and underwent a scan in Nelspruit yesterday and Scotland team lead physiotherapist Paul McGinley said: “Kelly has a notable ankle injury. He had a scan at a local clinic which indicates ligament damage. He will now be returned to the care of his club medical team at Saracens as he would be unable to play again on the rest of the tour.”
But hooker and namesake Fraser Brown has been called up to join the squad which is currently preparing for Saturday’s clash against the Springboks.
He said: “It’s a bit unreal to be honest. A few months ago I was playing in the RBS Premier Division for Heriot’s and now I’ve been called up to the Scotland squad. I’m immensely proud and hugely excited.”