A multi-capped Springbok has signed a contract extension with the Bulls which will keep him at Loftus Versfeld for the foreseeable future.
It was confirmed on Monday that scrumhalf Embrose Papier had re-signed with the Bulls.
The 24-year-old made his senior debut for the franchise in 2018, but has since had a dip in his career.
While he still rates in the top two of the Bulls scrumhalf pecking order, Papier has fallen out of favour at Test level. He made his Springbok debut in the defeat by Wales in Washington in 2018 and the last of his seven Test appearances came against the same opposition in Cardiff later that year.
#RESIGNING: Congrats to @EmbrosePapier9 on re-signing with the @BlueBullsRugby.
We have no doubt you’ll continue to make a success of your time there.
We’re proud of you!
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